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Martin Hägglund




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Martin Hägglund, Markus Waldén, Jan Ekstrand (2007)

American Journal of Sports Medicine , Vol.35 , s.1433-1442 Continue to DOI

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Markus Waldén, Isam Atroshi, Henrik Magnusson, Philippe Wagner, Martin Hägglund (2012)

British Journal of Sports Medicine , Vol.46 , s.904- Continue to DOI

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Martin Hägglund, Markus Walden, Henrik Magnusson, Karolina Kristenson, Hakan Bengtsson, Jan Ekstrand (2013)

British Journal of Sports Medicine , Vol.47 , s.738-742 Continue to DOI


Ramana Piussi, Elin Nilsson, Hannah Karlsson, Martin Hägglund, Andreas Ivarsson, Kristian Samuelsson, Hans-Christer Holmberg, Eric Hamrin Senorski (2024) Wrestling with a ghost: facing an opponent I can neither see nor clinch - the experience of professional wrestlers who have suffered an ACL injury BMJ OPEN SPORT & EXERCISE MEDICINE, Vol. 10, Article e001782 Continue to DOI
Andrea M. Bruder, Brooke E. Patterson, Kay M. Crossley, Andrea B. Mosler, Melissa J. Haberfield, Martin Hägglund, Adam G. Culvenor, Sallie M. Cowan, Alex Donaldson (2024) If we build it together, will they use it? A mixed-methods study evaluating the implementation of Prep-to-Play PRO: an injury prevention programme for women's elite Australian Football British Journal of Sports Medicine Continue to DOI
Anna Hallén, Rita Tomas, Jan Ekstrand, Håkan Bengtsson, Elke Van den Steen, Martin Hägglund, Markus Walden (2024) UEFA Women's Elite Club Injury Study: a prospective study on 1527 injuries over four consecutive seasons 2018/2019 to 2021/2022 reveals thigh muscle injuries to be most common and ACL injuries most burdensome British Journal of Sports Medicine Continue to DOI
Hanna Lindblom, Martin Hägglund (2024) Motivation and goal-pursuit for injury prevention training in amateur football coaches: a cross-sectional study using the Health Action Process Approach Injury Prevention, Vol. 30, p. 20-26 Continue to DOI
Dan Horan, Eamonn Delahunt, Mark Roe, Martin Hägglund, Catherine Blake, Seamus Kelly (2024) More than likely the men come first. Thats just very frustrating. A qualitative exploration of contextual factors affecting the implementation of injury prevention initiatives and the provision of effective injury management in elite-level womens club football in Ireland British Journal of Sports Medicine, Vol. 58, p. 89-96 Continue to DOI