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Emerging practice: cutting edge approaches to Sport and Exercise Sciences

BASES 30th Anniversary

We have an exciting year ahead with several celebrations planned to help mark this 30-year milestone

Conference highlights:
  • Two-day sport and exercise science programme packed with world-leading insight and expertise
  • Comprehensive programme for 2023 with 18 plenary sessions including keynotes, lectures, workshops and symposia
  • Over 60 Oral sessions
  • Hear from world-leading researchers and practitioners
  • Five BASES CPD credits per day
  • Awards available to reward outstanding research and practice
  • Opportunity to network, make notes and view the programme through the conference app

Dr Ian Taylor 
(Chair of the BASES Conference Planning Group)

"We aim to provide two days of world-leading content across sport and exercise sciences. Whether you wish to present your own research or listen to others, I hope you will join us for what promises to be an outstanding event."

Pre-Conference Workshops
On 15 November 2023, BASES will be running several pre-conference satellite events at Coventry University.  Places are limited. To read about these pre-conference events and to register, please see here

Public Lecture
The BASES Outreach Project Team, which aims to increase public engagement and awareness of BASES, has planned a public talk, open to any interested parties, which will take place from 5:15 pm to 6 pm on Thursday 16 November 2023 during the BASES 2023 Conference at the CBS Arena, Coventry. This free, public session, entitled Exercise Training and the Menstrual Cycle: What’s a Girl to do? will be presented by Dr Emma O’Donnell. To register for this public talk, please see here

BASES 2023 Gold Supporters