Future directions for building meaningful research and innovation partnerships for applied sport psychology in high performance sport

  • Sharleen Hoar Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, University of Lethbridge
  • Lori Dithurbide Canadian Sport Institute Pacific
  • Judy Goss School of Health and Human Performance

Abstract

This talk will highlight the key points that were discussed in the earlier presentations. Building on the points, practical and actionable strategies will be identified to enable meaningful partnerships and collaborations between applied sport psychology practitioners working within the COPSIN and University-based scholarship that are mutually beneficial. These will include alternative funding options for applied sport psychology research; project options for interns, honours projects, MSc, and PhD students; accessibility to elite athlete populations; and the generation of novel cutting-edge ideas, knowledge, and results.