Health researchers can learn from soccer

Health care could be improved by taking lessons from the complexities of soccer, according to researchers writing in the latest issue of the British Medical Journal (BMJ).

While health research focuses on the quantifiable and tends not to publish negative findings, soccer fans and experts appreciate the complexities and intangibles that make a soccer player succeed or fail.

Researchers said health scientists should learn from soccer by more comprehensively describing the components of interventions and potential outcomes for clinical practice.

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