Discover the new version of the Olympic Movement Medical Code which applies to Olympic Games, beginning with the 2016 Rio Olympic Summer Games. The document defines basic rules regarding best medical practices in the domain of sport and the safeguarding of the rights and health of the athletes.
IOC consensus statements have been published based on the works of the Medical and Scientific Commission. Find out more about these publications and reports here!
IOC Research Centres
Since 2009, the IOC has supported and partnered with established research centres from around the world to promote the athletes’ health through the prevention of injury and illness. Collaborating closely with these research centres, the IOC aims to further promote and protect the health of athletes.
IOC Medical and Scientific Educational Events
The IOC Medical and Scientific Department organises several Medical and Scientific Educational Events
IOC confirms new partnerships with 11 Research Centres specialising in athlete health and injury prevention
Successful first edition of “IOC Certificate: Safeguarding Officer in Sport” course
World Health Day: How the Olympic Games help keep host communities – and our planet – healthy
2022 Call for applications : IOC Research Centres
2022 Call for applications : The IOC Medical and Scientific Research Fund for the protection of athletes’ health through prevention of injury and illness in sport