A proposed framework for developing a plan for research in lifesaving and water safety
Peer reviewed, Journal article
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Original versionInternational Journal of Aquatic Research and Education. 2008, 2(1), 78-84
In the centers for aquatic research, the infrastructure, methodology, and expertise already exist. What remains is to integrate the needs and interests of lifesaving research into these programs. Especially in physiology and biomechanics, the tools are already in place. The ILS, with two world congresses under its belt, is the ideal agency to foster systematic lifesaving research. This article addresses that issue and recommends a framework for developing a plan for research in lifesaving and water safety.