Guidelines for community-based injury surveillance in rugby union

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Guidelines for community-based injury surveillance in rugby union

The vast majority of rugby union (‘rugby’) participants are community-based players; however, the majority of injury surveillance studies reported relate to the elite, professional game. A potential reason for this dearth of studies could be the perceived difficulty of using the consensus statement for injury recording at the community level. The aim of this study was to identify areas where the consensus statement could be adapted for easier and more appropriate implementation within the community setting.

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