Sports Ethics: Graham, J.
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This magazine explores drug use and poor ethics in sports medicine. Also, some articles show that players get rushed back into the game faster than they should and the injury turns worse. All are problems in sports and just for a W in the win column.
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#Leadership - 4 Reasons We Struggle with Ethics

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We think ethics is about rules. Laws can be demanded of people but ethics can’t. Rules are reactive. Ethics is proactive. Rules are about maintaining. Ethics is about leadership. Rules can only go so far. You can’t lead on rules alone. Rules can only regulate certain behaviors, but to grow you need to lead with ethics. Leading with ethics means to lead within a framework defined by how not what. 

Ethics provide a framework in which to make right choices—a framework in which to lead. They provide the how for our what. 

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, July 14, 2013 11:50 AM

We think ethics is about rules. Laws can be demanded of people but ethics can’t. Rules are reactive. Ethics is proactive. Rules are about maintaining. Ethics is about leadership. Rules can only go so far. You can’t lead on rules alone. Rules can only regulate certain behaviors, but to grow you need to lead with ethics. Leading with ethics means to lead within a framework defined by how not what. 

Ethics provide a framework in which to make right choices—a framework in which to lead. They provide the how for our what. 


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Jeter to miss weekend series with quad strain - Yahoo! News

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Jeter to miss weekend series with quad strain
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NEW YORK (AP) -- Derek Jeter was not going to take it easy, not after spending 91 agonizing games sidelined with a broken ankle. That's not Jeter.
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Results: The Effect of Performance Enhancing Drug Use in Sports on American Society

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"Performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) have been used by athletes for decades. The first appearance of anabolic steroids was in the 1954 Olympics by the Russian weightlifting team. Once the Americans found out about this, they started putting their athletes on steroids and the rivalry was born. The east Germans were famous, or infamous, for their rigorous doping program lasting from 1968 to 1976. In that eight-year span, they dominated in the women’s sports and demonstrated the significant effectiveness of doping. This is thought to be what started the widespread use of doping in sports." http://bit.ly/1doazRa


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Anthony J. Cameron's curator insight, September 12, 2014 2:00 PM

Performance enhancing drugs has crippled the sports society in the past few years. Usually when a record is broken, many spectators question if that athlete took PEDs. It is sad to see that every record broken has to be a questionable debate.

Reginald Quince's curator insight, November 1, 2015 10:53 AM

PEDs have become almost the norm in the sports arena.  The allure of being the best is something quite of few have accepted the risk of being caught and losing it all to reach that stature. 

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AAOS: Balancing Medical Ethics With Sports Medicine for High-Level Athletes

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Nancy M. Cummings, MD, and Matthew J. Matava, MD, discuss ethical issues in sports medicine in a recent issue of AAOS Now.

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Ethics in Sports Medicine

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ahmed ben kamagate's curator insight, April 13, 2014 3:16 AM

to become a athletic trainer you also have to know medicine and the kinds of it.

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A dark day for track as sprinters Gay, Powell and Simpson test positive for banned substances

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The list reads like a Who's Who among the world's best sprinters: (A dark day for track as sprinters Gay, Powell and Simpson test positive for banned substances http://t.co/EiqBj7MtyQ #runcleanornotatall)...
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Another example of players doing anything for that edge over the competition

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RG3 knee injury: The lesson of Robert Griffin III—the health of an ...

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Check back here each week as a rotating cast of football watchers discusses the weekend's key plays, coaching decisions, and traumatic brain injuries. And click here to play the latest episode of ...
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The Medical Establishment's 'Favorite' Doctor and his Crusade Against Supplements and Alternative Medicine - David Icke Website

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David Icke - Exposing the dreamworld we believe to be real (The Medical Establishment's 'Favorite' Doctor & his Crusade Against Supplements and Alternative Medicine
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Ex-USC Player: Painkiller Injections Caused Heart Attack

Toradol label warns of risk of gastrointestinal bleeding, stroke, heart attack.
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Robert Ray Norris's curator insight, December 8, 2013 4:51 PM

This is why poeple think so poorly about sports trainers. Trainers that do this type of stuff is what gives sports medicine a bad name. Coaches that allow these events to take place should  not be allowed to coach or even teach.

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Ethics in Sports Medicine: UI Health Care

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When is it safe to send an injured athlete back in the game?

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