Professional Rugby Injury Surveillance Project

Project: Central government, health and local authorities

Project Details


First commissioned by the RFU and Premiership Rugby in 2002, the PRISP Project is an annual study that monitors injury incidence (how often), injury severity (days absence) and injury burden (incidence x severity) in English Premiership clubs and the England senior team.

The main objectives of PRISP are to accurately report the risk of injury in the professional game and to highlight any patterns or trends over time, allowing for the targeted investigation of specific areas of injury risk and the development of evidence-based strategies to reduce injury risk.
Effective start/end date12/09/22 → …


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