Section 1: The Use, Misuse and Regulation of Drugs in Sport
1. Drugs and Their Use in SportDavid Mottram 2. The Evolution of Doping and Anti-Doping in Sport David Mottram 3. Prevalence of Doping in Sport Kelsey Erickson and Susan H. Backhouse 4. Regulation of Anti-Doping in Sport - International and National Operational Frameworks Neil Chester and Nick Wojek 5. Doping Control in Sport Neil Chester, Nick Wojek and Yorck Olaf Schumacher 6. Inadvertent Use of Prohibited Substances in Sport David Mottram and Neil Chester 7. The Role of Athlete Support Personnel in Drug Use in Sport Neil Chester, Mark Stuart and David Mottram 8. Medical and Pharmacy Services for International Games Mark Stuart Section 2: Substances and Methods Prohibited in Sport 9. Anabolic Agents Neil Chester 10. Peptide Hormones, Growth Factors and Related Substances David Mottram and Neil Chester 11. Beta-2 Agonists Neil Chester and David Mottram 12. Hormone and Metabolic Modulators Neil Chester 13. Diuretics and Masking Agents David Mottram 14. Manipulation of Blood and Blood Components Yorck Olaf Schumacher 15. Chemical and Physical Manipulation David Mottram 16. Gene Doping Dominic J. Wells 17. Stimulants David Mottram 18. Narcotics David Mottram 19. Cannabinoids David Mottram 20. Glucocorticoids Nick Wojek 21. Alcohol David Mottram 22. Beta Blockers David Mottram Section 3: Substances and Methods Permitted in Sport 23. Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs Nick Wojek 24. Sports Supplements and Herbal Preparations Neil Chester 25. Caffeine Neil Chester Section 4: Evolving Issues Concerning Drug Use in Sport 26. Drug Use in Society and the Impact on the Anti-Doping Movement Neil Chester and Jim McVeigh 27. Governance and Corruption in Sport with Respect to Doping Neil King
David R. Mottram is Emeritus Professor of Pharmacy at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. He was a member of the organising committee for pharmacy services for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and part of the medical services team at the Polyclinic in the Athlete Village during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. David is currently providing education and training programmes on medicines management in sport for the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and UK Anti-Doping (UKAD). Neil Chester is Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. His teaching commitments are in exercise physiology with a particular focus in sports nutrition, supplementation, drug use and anti-doping in addition to research ethics and ethics in sport and professional practice. Neil works closely with UK Anti-Doping in a research, education and testing capacity and is a committee member of the British Association for Sport and Exercise Sciences Clean Sport Interest Group.