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Abbreviation : GAA
Long Form : Gaelic Athletic Association
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2019 The clinical presentation, diagnosis and pathogenesis of symptomatic sports-related femoroacetabular impingement (SRFAI) in a consecutive series of 1021 athletic hips. SRFAI
2018 Cardiovascular disease risk factor profile of male Gaelic Athletic Association sports referees. BP, CVD
2018 Effects of the Gaelic Athletic Association 15 on Lower Extremity Injury Incidence and Neuromuscular Functional Outcomes in Collegiate Gaelic Games. IPP
2018 Hamstring injuries in elite Gaelic football: an 8-year investigation to identify injury rates, time-loss patterns and players at increased risk. RR
2018 Lower limb injuries in men's elite Gaelic football: A prospective investigation among division one teams from 2008 to 2015. ---
2018 What do coaches want to know about sports-related concussion? A needs assessment study. ---
2017 The Effects of the Gaelic Athletic Association 15 Training Program on Neuromuscular Outcomes in Gaelic Football and Hurling Players: A Randomized Cluster Trial. LESS, YBT
2016 An evaluation of Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) athletes' self-reported practice of playing while concussed, knowledge about and attitudes towards sports-related concussion. ---
2014 Dramatic impact of using protective equipment on the level of hurling-related head injuries: an ultimately successful 27-year programme. ---
10  2013 Prepared for sudden cardiac arrest? A cross-sectional study of automated external defibrillators in amateur sport. AEDs, SCA
11  2013 Vitamin D status and supplementation in elite Irish athletes. ---
12  2012 Incidence of injury in Gaelic football: a 4-year prospective study. ACL
13  2010 Alcohol use among amateur sportsmen in Ireland. AUDIT, OR
14  2010 The effect of sporting events on emergency department attendance rates in a district general hospital in Northern Ireland. DGH, ED, WC