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PRiSM Presents

Pediatric and Adolescent ACL Injuries: Addressing the Controversies is now on demand. Register and watch the content at your own pace.


8th Annual Meeting

Join PRiSM January 28-30 for the 8th Annual Meeting, presented virtually. Register now! #PRISM2021 This year’s meeting will feature 12 live scientific sessions with 60 presentations on topics such as ACL, concussion, female athlete, injury prevention and more. We are excited to have to Carolyn Emery and Baxter Holmes as our keynote speakers to talk about “Targets for the Prevention of Injuries and their Consequences in Youth Sport” andThe Threat of Youth Sports.” There will be opportunities to meet other attendees in the networking lounge, browse more than 90 posters in the poster hall and view on demand content in the education room.


PRISM Website and Social Media: Member Research Highlights

We are excited to announce a new feature now available on our webpage to better highlight all of the exciting research being done by our members.

If you have published a new research study related to pediatric sports medicine, and you are a PRiSM member, click on this link and tell us about it.


2021 Dues Renewals

The members make PRiSM great- be sure to renew your dues for 2021. Not a member? Join now!


The PRISM diversity mission statement

PRiSM Diversity Mission Statement

Recognizing that diversity within the membership is essential to being an inclusive, effective, and influential multi-specialty research society, the Pediatric Research in Sports Medicine society (PRiSM) is committed to: (1) creating a culture within the PRiSM community that encourages and values diversity; (2) building both a membership and a leadership of PRiSM that are reflective of the communities that we represent, study, and care for; and (3) supporting research efforts that recognize the importance of diversity by investigating and reporting differences in sex, gender, race, and ethnicity.


PRiSM Presents: Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S) and the Female Athlete Triad

PRiSM Presents: Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S) and the Female Athlete Triad