All the latest News and Blogs from the EIS

Commitment and communication key physio attributes

Commitment and communication are the key attributes of an effective sports physio according to English Institute of Sport (EIS) Lead Physiotherapist with British Gymnastics Jason Laird. Speaking to The…
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Mental Health and Wellbeing support vital in helping our athletes compete with the best

Sarah Cecil is a Lead Sports Psychologist and the EIS Lead on Mental Health  Events have taken place this week to mark Mental Health Awareness Week – an annual…
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Courageous leadership is key in ensuring we protect our athletes and the culture and ethics of our high performance system

In Mental Health Awareness Week, John Steele, Chairman of the English Institute of Sport (EIS), which is a signatory of the Mental Health Charter for Sport and Recreation, highlights…
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EIS support tackling physical inactivity at ELEVATE

The English Institute of Sport (EIS) is once again set to make a significant contribution to the UK’s largest cross-sector event focused on tackling physical inactivity. Over two days…
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Top sports medics discuss priority of athlete welfare

A new professional code and clarity of contracts for sports science and medicine staff to prioritise athlete welfare over the perceived needs of a team were among the topics…
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Matthew outlines approach to athlete support during pregnancy

English Institute of Sport (EIS) Technical Lead Physiologist Esme Matthew believes there’s nothing to prevent athletes achieving even higher levels of performance after giving birth as she outlined the…
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Page hails help of ‘Time of Flight’ analysis

British Trampolinist and Olympic medallist Bryony Page has hailed the impact of a measurement tool that aided her training ahead of the Games last year. Page, who produced a…
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Work underway on medicines management review

British Cycling has commissioned the English Institute of Sport’s (EIS) Director of Medical Services, Dr Rod Jaques, to conduct an independent review of its medical and physiotherapy teams’ operational…
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EIS appoint Michael Naylor Head of Performance Nutrition

The English Institute of Sport (EIS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Michael Naylor as its new Head of Performance Nutrition. Naylor, who led nutrition support for Team…
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Friendly Games an important part of sporting calendar

As today (4th April) marks one year to go to the Commonwealth Games 2018 on Australia’s Gold Coast the ‘friendly games’, as they are often referred to, form an…
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