Presentation on theme: "The Institute of Sport, Exercise & Health at UCL Fares S Haddad BSc MCh (Orth) FRCS (Orth) FFSEM Consultant Hip and Knee Surgeon Divisional Clinical Director."— Presentation transcript:
The Institute of Sport, Exercise & Health at UCL Fares S Haddad BSc MCh (Orth) FRCS (Orth) FFSEM Consultant Hip and Knee Surgeon Divisional Clinical Director Surgical Specialties University College London Hospitals, UK Director, Institute of Sport, Exercise & Health University College London
The Vision for 2012 – Host an inspirational, safe and inclusive Olympic and Paralympic Games – Leave a legacy for London and the UK – Delivery of exceptional medical care during the London Games – Deliver a doping-free Games – Contribute to a lasting and tangible sporting and health legacy
Olympics: Health Legacy Provision of Medical and Health Services – Development of Sport & Exercise Medicine as a specialty Regeneration/Mitigation Physical Activity/ Choosing Health National Sports and Exercise Medicine Centre (NSEMC) as part of the London Olympic Institute (LOI)
Sports & Exercise Medicine Sports Medicine Sports Injuries: able-bodied & disability Medical problems in Sportspersons Team & Event medicine Emergencies Exercise Medicine Exercise testing & prescription Health Promotion
Sport & Exercise Medicine Specialty status confirmed 2005 SEM Syllabus 2006 PMETB approved 2007 First trainees began top-up training February 2007 First run-through (ST3-6) trainees August 2007 First completing trainee appointed at UCH 2009
Olympics: Health Legacy Provision of Medical and Health Services – Development of Sport & Exercise Medicine as a specialty Regeneration/Mitigation Physical Activity/ Choosing Health ???National Sports and Exercise Medicine Centre (NSEMC) as part of the London Olympic Institute (LOI)???
2012 Olympics: Health Legacy Provision of Medical and Health Services – Development of Sport & Exercise Medicine as a specialty Regeneration/Mitigation Physical Activity/ Choosing Health An Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health in Central London based on the UCH / UCL campus – potentially leading a collaborative national network
Other Nations have used Home Olympic Games effectively to provide Medical/Science Legacy Australia (Sydney 2000): The AIS received substantial funding to develop further its services and establish itself as the leading National Institute coordinating other regional centres China (Beijing 2008): The Chinese institute of sports science (founded in 1958) received a boost in funding to renew and modernise the facilities and increase staffing levels Canada (Vancouver 2010): 8 M Can Dollars investment in science activities in Sport, Own the Podium raised funds to increase Sports Science and Medicine activities, renovate and establish 4 Canadian Sports Institutes (still ongoing: Montreal, B.C., Toronto and Calgary) Brazil (Rio 2016): already announced $7m investment for a new Olympic Lab in Rio
The UCH / UCL Solution
UCH/UCL World leading University with Institute launched formally in 2010 capable of bringing wide range of disciplines to address sport, exercise and health challenges Nationally leading hospital with ability to attract the very best specialists Potential partnership also with HCA, leading private hospital provider in London, to provide support with delivery Currently housing the BOA Science and Research team Already working collaboratively with BOA and EIS Close proximity to BOA headquarters London location home of 2012 Games and convenient location for access nationally and internationally All players well connected to engage with expertise in partner centres, and beyond, nationally and internationally
The Potential for a Sports Institute at UCH Well established Sports Clinic – Diagnostic and Surgical Pathways established – Sports Physicians in place – Ideal location to link with primary care Geography – Transport Olympic VIP Hospital Reputation – Top of Dr Foster league tables Potential – Large real estate with ongoing developments including Cancer Centre and multiphase rebuilding
Leaders within the UCH Community GeneticsH Montgommery Bone RemodellingR Keen CartilageG Bentley / J Skinner Muscle / TendonR Brown Endothelial functionJ Deanfield Cardiac GrowthB McKenna HypoxiaM Grocott PerformanceM Mythen ImagingD Hawkes
The Potential for a Sports Institute at UCL UCLs academic community includes: 20 UCL-related Nobel Laureates 36 Fellows of the Royal Society 28 Fellows of the British Academy, 10 Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering 78 Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences.
The Institute of Sport, Exercise & Health at UCL Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health established – MSc – Sports Medicine Registrar Training – Distance learning from 2011 – iBSc from 2011 – Performing Arts Msc from 2011 Research profile well established – #4 in World University Rankings Clinical / Academic Collaborative Model in place – UCL, UCLH and UCLP are #1 in Clinical Medicine outside North America – Academic Health Sciences Centre Sports and Exercise Medicine will be put forward as emerging theme
Comprehensive Biomedical Research Centre UCL Institute of Sports, Exercise and Health
UCH / UCL Institute of Sport, Exercise & Health Well established vision – Has been assessed and modelled Strategic Board has been in place for 2 years – Clinical Outpatient Activity – Imaging – Rehabilitation – Education and Training – Research – Co-location / Collaboration
NHS Musculo- skeletal Services GPs/Other Primary Care Sports & Exercise Medicine Clinics Specialist, expert assessment, diagnosis & treatment Training facilities with integrated rehabilitation throughout UK Ongoing treatment through a network of centres Availability of best experts for advice & treatment Assessment, diagnosis & development of treatment plan Team facilities for ongoing treatment where appropriate Specialist, expert assessment, diagnosis & treatment Assessment, diagnosis & development of treatment plan Complex cases More routine cases Delivery of treatment following assessment Elite Athletes Professional Sports Weekend Warriors NHS Sports Medicine
Support and Collaboration are in Place UCH / UCL British Olympic Association English Institute of Sport UK Sport ISEM RFU / WRFU FA Jockey Club Many other sporting clubs and organisations...
2012 Olympics: Health Legacy The UCH / UCL Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health could deliver a unique national and international function It could lead a national collaboration to deliver excellence in sports and exercise medicine and allied fields It could be the principal concrete sustainable high quality high profile 2012 health legacy