Journal article

Comparison of subsequent injury categorisation (SIC) models and their application in a sporting population.

Liam A Toohey, Michael K Drew, Lauren V Fortington, Miranda J Menaspa, Caroline F Finch, Jill L Cook

Injury Epidemiology | Published : 2019

Abstract

Background: The original subsequent injury categorisation (SIC-1.0) model aimed to classify relationships between chronological injury sequences to provide insight into the complexity and causation of subsequent injury occurrence. An updated model has recently been published. Comparison of the data coded according to the original and revised subsequent injury categorisation (SIC-1.0 and SIC-2.0) models has yet been formally compared. Methods: Medical attention injury data was prospectively collected for 42 elite water polo players over an 8 month surveillance period. The SIC-1.0 and SIC-2.0 models were retrospectively applied to the injury data. The injury categorisation from the two models ..

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