Research and Publications

Approaches to Public Health Contingency Planning During Major International Sporting Events

This research report focuses on the challenges and issues facing public health authorities in their planning and responses to health-related risks during major international sporting events. It examines the development in terms of thinking and analytical frameworks to date for identifying and responding to risks and makes suggestions around an approach to developing an analytical framework for future analysis.

The International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS) in conjunction with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) produced this research report by way of a contribution towards advancing the body of knowledge around how public health authorities approaches to contingency planning during major international sporting events (MISE).