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Live Seminars: IHF Medical Webinar Series

To continue its series of educational webinars, the IHF Virtual Academy introduces the first IHF Medical Webinar Series for medical professionals all accross the world.

From 20 October to mid December 2020 the comprehensive programme will see several live webinars with presentations on various topics by international medical experts.


Medical professionals, handball enthusiasts and everyone interested in sports medicine in general can take part in the webinars, which will be held in English, with simultaneous translations offered in Spanish, French and Arabic.

In order to participate, simply register at the IHF Education Centre. During the seminars, the participants will be able to ask the lecturers questions via a chat function.

Please note that all times specified on this website are in GMT.

The first webinar is scheduled for 11:30-13:00 GMT or 13:30-15:00 CEST respectively, while all other seminars are scheduled for 13:00-14:00 GMT or 14:00-15:00 CET respectively.


The IHF Medical Webinar Series will conclude on 16 December with a lecture by experts from the International Testing Agency covering the changes of the 2021 World Anti-Doping Code, medications, supplements and the WADA Prohibited List, and further ways of learning and development. Additional information on the presentation as well as the link to join the live webinar can be found in the list below.

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Upcoming Online Seminars

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Previous Online Seminars

Latest Anti-Doping Information By: Olya Abasolo Ovtchinnikova, Gianluca Siracusano, Mark Stuart, Margo Mountjoy (ITA Experts)
Date 16/12/2020
Materials Not Available
Prevention and Rehabilitation of Knee (ACL) and Shoulder Injuries By: Prof Grethe Myklebust (Professor of Rehabilitation and Prevention, Oslo Sports Trauma Research Center at the Norwegian School of Sports Sciences)
Date 08/12/2020
Materials Not Available