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Consensus on a netball video analysis framework of descriptors and definitions by the netball video analysis consensus group

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posted on 2023-02-28, 10:51 authored by Lois Mackay, Ben Jones, Dina Christina Christa Janse van Rensburg, Francine Hall, Lisa Alexander, Karen Atkinson, Pippa Baldrey, Anthony Bedford, Stuart Cormack, Jade Clarke, Hayden Croft, Katie Denton, Aaron S Fox, Paige Hadley, Richard Handyside, Sharief Hendricks, Jim Kerss, Liana Leota, Bjorn Maddern, Stuart McErlain-NaylorStuart McErlain-Naylor, Mitchell Mooney, Daniel Pyke, Danielle Pistorius, Dimakatso A Ramagole, Dan Ryan, Fiona Scott, Tannath Scott, Julie Snow, Kirsten Spencer, Jess Thirlby, Carel Thomas Viljoen, Sarah Whitehead
Using an expert consensus-based approach, a netball video analysis consensus (NVAC) group of researchers and practitioners was formed to develop a video analysis framework of descriptors and definitions of physical, technical and contextual aspects for netball research. The framework aims to improve the consistency of language used within netball investigations. It also aims to guide injury mechanism reporting and identification of injury risk factors. The development of the framework involved a systematic review of the literature and a Delphi process. In conjunction with commercially used descriptors and definitions, 19 studies were used to create the initial framework of key descriptors and definitions in netball. In a two round Delphi method consensus, each expert rated their level of agreement with each of the descriptors and associated definition on a 5-point Likert scale (1—strongly disagree; 2—somewhat disagree; 3—neither agree nor disagree; 4—somewhat agree; 5—strongly agree). The median (IQR) rating of agreement was 5.0 (0.0), 5.0 (0.0) and 5.0 (0.0) for physical, technical and contextual aspects, respectively. The NVAC group recommends usage of the framework when conducting video analysis research in netball. The use of descriptors and definitions will be determined by the nature of the work and can be combined to incorporate further movements and actions used in netball. The framework can be linked with additional data, such as injury surveillance and microtechnology data.

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  • Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences

Published in

British Journal of Sports Medicine

Volume

57

Issue

8

Pages

441-449

Publisher

BMJ

Version

  • AM (Accepted Manuscript)

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© Author(s) (or their employer(s))

Publisher statement

This article has been accepted for publication in British Journal of Sports Medicine, 2023 following peer review, and the Version of Record can be accessed online at https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2022-106187

Acceptance date

2023-01-10

Publication date

2023-02-08

Copyright date

2023

ISSN

0306-3674

eISSN

1473-0480

Language

  • en

Depositor

Dr Stuart McErlain-Naylor. Deposit date: 27 February 2023

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