CUTM2473 Anti-Dope Forensics

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Manisha Panda

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Course Objectives:
1. Anti-Dope Forensics & Drugs of Abuse in Sports
2. Pharmacodynamics and Pharmacokinetics of Dope drugs
3. Dope testing in Humans & Animals

Course Outcomes:

CO Statements PO Mapping
CO-1 To gain knowledge about different drugs used in case of doping PO1, PO2, PO6
CO-2 To understand the importance of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of doping drugs PO1, PO2, PO6
CO-3 To gain skills on testing different drugs from body fluids and understanding guidelines for dope testing PO1, PO2, PO6

MODULE-1 Introduction to Anti-Dope Forensics & Drugs of Abuse in Sports (Teaching Hours: 15 Hours)

Doping & Sports Forensics; Problem of Doping in Sports; Types of Sports under anti-doping norms; Introduction to Dope Drugs; New medicines and medical technologies; Stimulants, Anabolic Steroids, Energy Boosters, Contraband Drugs, Growth Hormones,Diuretics, Synthetic Oxygen Carriers, Blood Doping, Insulin, Gene Doping; Therapeutic drug use exemptions.

MODULE-2 Pharmacovigilance and Legal aspects (Teaching Hours: 15 Hours)

Pharmacodynamics and Pharmacokinetics of Dope drugs; Protecting the health of the athlete and maintaining clean sport; Healthcare providers at major sporting events; National & International Laws governing doping in sports; Anti- Doping Agencies NADA & WADA; Need of Doping Education & Awareness among athletes.

MODULE-3 Testing & Analysis (Teaching Hours: 15 Hours)

Dope testing in Humans & Animals; Guidelines for dope testing; Role of Body Fluids in Analysis of Dope drugs (Blood, Urine, and Saliva & Sweat); International Standards for Dope testing Laboratories and Accreditation, Effective Testing Programs. Case Studies.

Session 1 

Doping & Sports Forensics; Problem of Doping in Sports

https://digitalcommons.liu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1021&context=post_honors_theses

Session 2 

Types of Sports under anti-doping norms

https://www.wada-ama.org/sites/default/files/resources/files/2021_wada_code.pdf

Session 4

New medicines and medical technologies

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3413927/

Session 5

Stimulants, Anabolic Steroids, Energy Boosters

Session 6

Contraband Drugs, Growth Hormones

Session 7

Diuretics, Synthetic Oxygen Carriers

Session 8

Blood Doping, Insulin, Gene Doping

Blood Doping

Insulin

Gene Doping

Session 9

Therapeutic drug use exemptions

Therapeutic drug use exemptions

Session 10

Pharmacodynamics and Pharmacokinetics of Dope drugs

Session 11

Protecting the health of the athlete and maintaining clean sport

Protecting the health of the athlete and maintaining clean sport

Session 12

Healthcare providers at major sporting events

Healthcare providers at major sporting events

Session 13

National & International Laws governing doping in sports

National & International Laws governing doping in sports

Session 14

Anti- Doping Agencies-NADA

NADA

Session 15

Anti- Doping Agencies-WADA

Session 16

Need of Doping Education & Awareness among athletes

Session 17

Dope testing in Humans & Animals

Session 18

Guidelines for dope testing

Session 19

Role of Body Fluids in Analysis of Dope drugs (Blood, Urine, and Saliva & Sweat)

Session 20

International Standards for Dope testing Laboratories and Accreditation

Session 21

Effective Testing Programs

Session 22

Case Studies

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