• 'No systematic doping in football': A critical review 

      Malcolm, Dominic; Waddington, Ivan (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2008-01-01)
      This essay examines the degree to which football administrators are correct to believe that there is relatively little use of performance-enhancing drugs in elite football. In contrast to FIFA's reliance on the results of ...
    • On being ‘head strong’: the pain zone and concussion in non-elite rugby union 

      Liston, Katie; McDowell, Mark; Malcolm, Dominic; Scott-Bell, Andrea; Waddington, Ivan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-12-07)
      In recent years there has been growing concern about concussion in sport in general and rugby union in particular. The qualitative study reported here draws on interviews (n=20) with adult players in non-elite club rugby ...
    • The provision of medical care in English professional football: An update 

      Malcolm, Dominic; Scott-Bell, Andrea; Waddington, Ivan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Objectives: To compare the current methods of appointment, qualifications and occupational experience of club doctors and physiotherapists in English professional football with (i) those outlined in a study published in ...
    • The social management of medical ethics in sport: Confidentiality in English professional football 

      Waddington, Ivan; Scott-Bell, Andrea; Malcolm, Dominic (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017-10-09)
      This paper examines one of the major ethical challenges in the practice of sports medicine, confidentiality. Drawing on interview and questionnaire data with doctors and physiotherapists working in English professional ...