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Phathokuhle Zondi

Prime Human Performance Institute (RSA)
South Africa

Dr Zondi is a Sports and Exercise Medicine (SEM) Physician and business executive with diversified healthcare and leadership experience. She is the managing director of PCZ Consulting (Pty) ltd, offering advisory services in medical strategy, business development and project execution in the sport and health sectors. Dr Zondi is the current Chairperson of the Medical Advisory Commission for the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC), a Director at the Sharks Rugby Union and the South African Institute for Drug Free Sports (SAIDS), a medical advisor to Virgin Active Africa, and a trustee of the South African Women in Sport Foundation. In 2015- 2017, she served as President of the South African Sports Medicine Association. Dr has extensive clinical experience working as a team physician in a variety of codes and has served as Chief Medical Officer for Team South Africa at Commonwealth Games, World Games, Olympic Games and Paralympics Games. Her current clinical and research interests are in the area female athlete health, and she is involved with numerous national and international advocacy groups focused on equity and transformation in sport.

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Sessions

  • Visibility and Voice
    Visibility and Voice
    Solutions That Increase Research For The Marginalised
    Discuss the challenges associated with insufficient sports and exercise medicine (SEM) research on marginalised female athletes.

    Review and gain insights from the African Football case study that enabled a team of researchers to access FIFA's network of African players to generate scientific evidence that would inform clinical practice or policy.

    Session Title: Out of sight, out of mind, the invisibility of marginalised female athletes in sports and exercise medicine research: Implications for clinical practice and policy

    In-person session
    3:30pm - 4:15pm
    Visibility and Voice

    Review and gain insights from the African Football case study that enabled a team of researchers to access FIFA's network of African players to generate scientific evidence that would inform clinical practice or policy.

    Session Title: Out of sight, out of mind, the invisibility of marginalised female athletes in sports and exercise medicine research: Implications for clinical practice and policy

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Systems, Resources and Investment
    visibility & voice

    Review and gain insights from the African Football case study that enabled a team of researchers to access FIFA's network of African players to generate scientific evidence that would inform clinical practice or policy.

    Session Title: Out of sight, out of mind, the invisibility of marginalised female athletes in sports and exercise medicine research: Implications for clinical practice and policy

    Format: Workshop
    Lenses:
    • Systems, Resources and Investment

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