Welcoming the Games to London
IOC and LOCOG expectations for public health
Dr Richard Budgett
Chief Medical Officer
LOCOG
...
London 2012
Medical Services
Dr Richard Budgett CMO
Dr Pam Venning Medical Services Manager
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
29/01/15
3
IOC
Key messages and expectations
Scale of the Olympics
LOCOG responsibili...
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
29/01/15
4
IOC
– Importance of Health
– Protect the Games
– Protect the Population
– ...
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
LOCOG Obligations to the IOC
- Medical Services
During the Games period LOCOG is
resp...
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
Scale of the Games for Medical
Services
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
Client Groups – Medical Services
Approx 200,000 accredited people
―Athletes & Team Of...
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
Venues – Medical Services
―Competition Venues x 35
―Competition Training Venues x 25
...
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
Medical Services - Olympic &
Paralympic Games
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
29/01/15
10
Competition Venue Medical Teams
Venue Medical Manager
Sports Medicine Doc...
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
29/01/15
11
POLYCLINICS
Sports Medicine
Imaging (MRI, CT, X-ray,
US)
Dental
Pharmacy
...
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
29/01/15
12
Non Competition Venue Medical Services
– Primary Care
– First Aid
– Emerg...
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
29/01/15
13
Infrastructure for Medical Services Planning
Core LOCOG Medical Team Work...
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
29/01/15
14
Clinical Expert Work Streams
Work
Define clinical care for constituent
gr...
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
29/01/15
15
Public Health Planning for a Healthy Games
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
29/01/15
16
Air, Food and Water
• Recognise the added risks to air, food
and water
• ...
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
Communicable Disease Surveillance
LOCOG will collect data re
communicable diseases th...
London 2012 Medical Service Planning
Issues for Planning
Identification of all
stakeholders
Roles and responsibilities
Sce...
London 2012: First Sustainable Games
London 2012 Sustainability Plan
• Cross-stakeholder
• Preparation, staging and
legacy phases
• Key themes
• Climate Change...
Healthy living
Principal areas of focus:
– Food
– Active Travel Programme
– Remediation
– Air and Water Quality
– Health a...
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  • Healthy Living is the fifth main theme of the London 2012 Sustainability Plan.
    Much of this agenda is focused on wider legacy and behaviour change initiatives.
    Walking and Cycling Routes:     
    Within London: 80km of walking and cycling route improvements delivered by December 2011
    Outside London venues: 20km of walking and cycling route improvements delivered by December 2011              
    Active Spectator Programme      
    At least 6,000 temporary cycle parking spaces created at the Olympic Park for Games
    5% of spectators to walk and cycle to competition events at the Olympic Park
    10% of workforce to walk and cycle to work at the Olympic Park
    For LOCOG one of our principal areas of focus will be on food as this is important for all client groups and is a key part of the games experience for everyone.
  • Welcoming the Games to London

    1. 1. Welcoming the Games to London IOC and LOCOG expectations for public health Dr Richard Budgett Chief Medical Officer LOCOG Dr Pam Venning Medical Services Manager LOCOG David Stubbs Head of Sustainability LOCOG
    2. 2. London 2012 Medical Services Dr Richard Budgett CMO Dr Pam Venning Medical Services Manager
    3. 3. London 2012 Medical Service Planning 29/01/15 3 IOC Key messages and expectations Scale of the Olympics LOCOG responsibilities and priorities Public Health Planning Who
    4. 4. London 2012 Medical Service Planning 29/01/15 4 IOC – Importance of Health – Protect the Games – Protect the Population – Promote Health
    5. 5. London 2012 Medical Service Planning LOCOG Obligations to the IOC - Medical Services During the Games period LOCOG is responsible for: ― Medical Services is responsible for the medical care and health planning for all client groups associated with the Games ― Coordination of delivery of medical care inside ALL Olympic & Paralympic venues ― Negotiate appropriate medical care outside venues
    6. 6. London 2012 Medical Service Planning Scale of the Games for Medical Services
    7. 7. London 2012 Medical Service Planning Client Groups – Medical Services Approx 200,000 accredited people ―Athletes & Team Officials ―Technical Officials ―Olympic /Paralympic Family ―Press ―Broadcast ―Marketing Partners ―Workforce ―Spectators (9m tickets for sale) ―400 Horses 29/01/15 7
    8. 8. London 2012 Medical Service Planning Venues – Medical Services ―Competition Venues x 35 ―Competition Training Venues x 25 ―Olympic & Paralympic Villages x 4 ―Non Competition Venues x 55 ― Olympic/Paralympic Official Hotels ― MPC/IBC ― UDAC ― Technical Official Residences 29/01/15 8
    9. 9. London 2012 Medical Service Planning Medical Services - Olympic & Paralympic Games
    10. 10. London 2012 Medical Service Planning 29/01/15 10 Competition Venue Medical Teams Venue Medical Manager Sports Medicine Doctor Physiotherapists Dental services in some sports Emergency Services Nurse Crowd Doctors First Aid
    11. 11. London 2012 Medical Service Planning 29/01/15 11 POLYCLINICS Sports Medicine Imaging (MRI, CT, X-ray, US) Dental Pharmacy Primary Care Laboratory Services Physiotherapy Podiatry Optometry Emergency Services Overnight Stay Ward (London Village Only) IOC/IPC Medical Commission Offices Specialist Clinics – e.g. ENT, Dermatology Hydrotherapy (London Only)
    12. 12. London 2012 Medical Service Planning 29/01/15 12 Non Competition Venue Medical Services – Primary Care – First Aid – Emergency Services (not on site) – Nurse Competition Training Venue Medical Services – Physiotherapy – Sports Medicine – Emergency Services (depending on sport)
    13. 13. London 2012 Medical Service Planning 29/01/15 13 Infrastructure for Medical Services Planning Core LOCOG Medical Team Work Medical Team Recruitment from 2009 – Games Time Operational Planning – Medical Volunteer Workforce Recruitment – Equipment Procurement – Governance – Budget Clinical Workstreams – Polyclinic – Sports Medicine – Emergency Medical Services – Equine Services – Imaging Services – Pharmacy ― Physical Therapy Services – Public Health
    14. 14. London 2012 Medical Service Planning 29/01/15 14 Clinical Expert Work Streams Work Define clinical care for constituent groups and delivery sites Set the standard of qualifications and experience for the medical volunteer workforce Assist with the service design for test events and Games time Develop clinical polices and procedures in line with current practice. Who
    15. 15. London 2012 Medical Service Planning 29/01/15 15 Public Health Planning for a Healthy Games
    16. 16. London 2012 Medical Service Planning 29/01/15 16 Air, Food and Water • Recognise the added risks to air, food and water • Address safety, quality and supply at Games time • LOCOG’s medical services will act as liaison with the relevant authorities to facilitate planning • Games time daily reports on issues related to air, food and water
    17. 17. London 2012 Medical Service Planning Communicable Disease Surveillance LOCOG will collect data re communicable diseases through medical encounter sheets This data will be shared with HPU Planned to accommodate HPU in Polyclinic in Stratford Daily reporting and/or critical incident reporting Information required from all venues - UK wide reporting Knowledge about “hot spots” in the general population
    18. 18. London 2012 Medical Service Planning Issues for Planning Identification of all stakeholders Roles and responsibilities Scenario planning Contingency Resources Policies and procedures Information/data flows
    19. 19. London 2012: First Sustainable Games
    20. 20. London 2012 Sustainability Plan • Cross-stakeholder • Preparation, staging and legacy phases • Key themes • Climate Change • Waste • Biodiversity • Inclusion • Healthy Living • Independently assured by Commission for a Sustainable London 2012
    21. 21. Healthy living Principal areas of focus: – Food – Active Travel Programme – Remediation – Air and Water Quality – Health and Safety – Public health – Sport participation and physical activity
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