Paul McCrory




Paul McCrory is a neurologist and sports & exercise physician at the Florey Institutes of Neuroscience and Mental Health, and Centre for Health, Exercise & Sports Medicine at the University of Melbourne. Paul is a former editor-in-chief of BJSM, serves on 5 other editorial boards and is a past-president of the Australasian College of Sports Physicians. Paul is Chair of the International Concussion in Sport Consensus Group. He has over 450 publications, 5 textbooks, and received the 2010 Duke of Edinburgh Prize (awarded for an outstanding contribution to clinical and/or research work in the field of sports medicine).

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Mar 1st 2017

Learn from leading global experts about the benefits of physical activity and how to prevent and treat injuries. This health course will show you why exercise is a fundamental component of a healthy lifestyle. Exercise is more than just an “art of converting big meals and fattening snacks into back strains and pulled muscles by lifting heavy things that don’t need to be moved, or running when no one is chasing you.” (Anonymous quote) Our bodies evolved to move over several millennia.

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Feb 25th 2015

This course examines the benefits of physical activity, how to prevent injuries, and what to do when injuries occur. The course will include content from leading international experts in multiple fields related to the science of exercise.

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