STP Published: 1993

Skiing Trauma and Safety: Ninth International Symposium

Editor(s): Robert J. Johnson, C. D. Mote Jr, John Zelcer

Presents the most comprehensive summary of current issues in ski trauma research, and advances the knowledge that can further reduce the risk of injury in skiing. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of the subjects presented in this test, the 24 peer-reviewed papers are divided into the following categories:

• Alpine Skiing Epidemiology

• Biomechanical and Physiological Aspects of Skiing

• Ski Bindings

• Skiing Safety

• Other Winter Sports Injuries

Table of Contents

RJ Johnson, CD Mote, J Zelcer

RJ Johnson, CF Ettinger, JE Shealy

JE Shealy

MK Lamont

A Ekeland, L Nordsletten, H Lystad, Å Holtmoen

PH Giddings, IG McCallum, PA Duff

F Allegra, P Fava, F Priano

AL Chiang, CD Mote

PS Schaff, W Hauser

GS Berns, ML Hull, HA Patterson

AG Yee, CD Mote

TP Quinn, CD Mote

W Plitz, V Kuhn, A Maier, C Carl, F-W Hagena

L Nordsletten, A Ekeland

P Schaff, W Hauser

E Grappa, A Bonvecchio, P Zucco

B Caldwell, D Landry, ML Hull

K Eseltine, ML Hull

D Penniman

KA Bergstrøm, O Askild, NA JøDrgensen, A Ekeland

E Eriksson

JE Shealy

PC Janes, GT Fincken

T Yamamura, M Sugawara, S Ishii

E Sherry, AV Biankin

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Developed by Committee: F27
Pages: 275
DOI: 10.1520/STP1182-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5237-3
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1494-4