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Evidence-based Health Monitoring and Injury Surveillance Starts Here

An injury is any physical complaint sustained by a player that results from a match or training session, irrespective of the need for medical attention or time loss from football activities

-Football Association Medical Assessment
and Research Centre (F-MARC)

Detect All Health Problems. Not Just Time-Loss or Medical Attention injuries

An innovative, evidence-based  approach to injury surveillance and health monitoring

AthleteHealth offers a new, evidence-based approach, scientifically validated for use in youth, amateur, Olympic and professional athletes.

Created in partnership with the Oslo Sport Trauma Research Center, an IOC Research Centre for Prevention of Injury and Protection of Athlete Health, and FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence.

Simplifies the administration of the OSTRC Questionnaire on Health Problems and related tools and statistics

Identifies 10x more health problems than conventional injury surveillance systems

Compatible with FIFA injury definition, the Sport Medicine Diagnostic Coding System (SMDCS) and the Orchard Sports Injury Classification System (OSICS-10)

Injury surveillance approach recommended by the International Olympic Committee (IOC)

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2016 Consensus statement on return to sport from the First World Congress in Sports Physical Therapy, Bern

Descriptive Epidemiology of Non-Time-Loss Injuries in Collegiate and High School Student-Athletes

Development and validation of a new method for the registration of overuse injuries in sports injury epidemiology: the Oslo Sports Trauma Research Centre (OSTRC) Overuse Injury Questionnaire

Implementation of the 2017 Berlin Concussion in Sport Group Consensus Statement in contact and collision sports: a joint position statement from 11 national and international sports organisations

Injuries impair the chance of successful performance by sportspeople: a systematic review

Matching the choice of injury/illness definition to study setting, purpose and design: One size does not fit all!

Measuring sports injuries on the pitch: a guide to use in practice

Prospective monitoring of health problems among recreational runners preparing for a half marathon

The Injury/Illness Performance Project (IIPP): A Novel Epidemiological Approach for Recording the Consequences of Sports Injuries and Illnesses

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