SASMASouth African Sports Medicine Association
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upozorio u casopisu >>Jezik>>), pa srpsko posrednistvo tih rusizama u hrvatskoj jezicnoj kulturi s osnovom toc- nije sasma sigurno.
Without a publisher the journal found itself at a crossroad and the Executive of SASMA had to make a decision about the future and sustainability of the journal.
Bloemfontein: South African Sports Medicine Association (SASMA), 2010.
SASMA views disorders of sexual development (DSD) as a medical condition that has profound physical and psychological effects on not only the individuals affected, but also their families.
SASMA, as the national umbrella body for sports medicine, commits itself within the bounds of medical ethics and sound clinical practice, to co-operate with other national representative sports bodies for the benefit of the health of South African athletes.
Also, the president of SASMA has negotiated a deal with the British Journal of Sports Medicine that will allow us to publish selected articles from that journal.
Recognising this, a sub-committee was formed at the 13th Biennial Conference of the South African Sports Medicine Association (SASMA) in Durban on 21-23 October 2009 to draft a position statement on gender and sex verification for the South African context.
The South African Sports Medicine Association (SASMA) is the most representative body for sports medicine health care professionals in South Africa.
There were, at the time of the Games, 268 registered members of SASMA. The table on p.
The South African Sports Medicine Association (SASMA) is undergoing a renaissance with a realignment of their vision and a drive to boost membership.
Soon a mechanism will be in place for better communication between SASMA members, so we will be able to piggyback onto this communication structure to inform members about the journal.
The South African Sports Medicine Association (SASMA) and the South African Institute for Drug Free Sport have announced a partnership to combat doping in sport.