2017 iNADO Workshop - Participant List
It was a pleasure to see so many Anti-Doping Experts from all parts of the world at our event at the University of Lausanne. Thanks to everyone for making this event a success.
Click here to see and download the 2017 iNADO Workshop participation list.
2017 iNADO Workshop & AGM: NADO Operations in 2017
Anti-doping is a dynamic field. Anti-doping programmes must evolve and innovate to be effective and to keep the trust of clean athletes.
Lessons for NADOs from the McLaren Report (Graeme Steel, DFSNZ)
Data Protection & Information Sharing (Paulo Silva, European Commission) Available upon request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Guarding Against Cyber Attacks (Cori McPhail, CCES)
Promoting a culture of whistleblowing (Kelsey Erickson, Leeds Beckett University)
A secure whistleblower platform (Peter Dagø, Got Ethics)
Protecting and supporting whistleblowers (Johann Koss, Fair Sport)
Using whistleblower information (Martin Rostgaard, ADD)
NADO – IF Operational Collaboration: The FINA-NADOs pre-RIO Example (FINA, Svensk Anti-Doping, SAIDS)
Incorporating Analytics into Risk Assessment to drive Smart Testing (Matthew Fedoruk, USADA)
Data use for doping testing: what does performance data tell us? (Sergei Iljukov, Estonian ADA)
Using ADAMS to Best Advantage (Jesus Muñoz-Guerra, AEPSAD)
WADA Code Compliance Challenges and Solutions (Gobinathan Nair, Southeast Asia RADO)
The right sample, the right athlete, the right time (Martial Saugy, REDs)
NADO Good Governance (Andrea Gotzmann, NADA Germany)