Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health (London)
The Institute of Sport, Exercise & Health (ISEH) was established in 2013 with a £10m grant from the Department of Health as a major legacy project from the 2012 London Olympic Games.
ISEH’s vision is to be the world-leading institute for sport and exercise medicine, providing excellence in the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of sports injuries and illnesses, whilst bridging the gap between elite sport and recreational physical activity to support the improvement in the health of the nation.
ISEH achieves this through:
- Providing world class clinical delivery for elite athletes and sports enthusiasts of all abilities, both privately and through the NHS.
- Conducting and disseminating world leading research in supporting elite athlete health and performance, as well as focusing on how exercise and physical activity can play an important role in broader population health.
- Creating and delivering world class education and training in sports exercise medicine, both academically and through ongoing CPD.
ISEH is a partnership between the British Olympic Association, the English Institute of Sport, HCA Healthcare UK, University College of London (UCL) and the University College of London Hospitals Trust (UCLH).