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Associate Professor Caroline Finch is widely regarded both internationally and nationally as Australia's leading sports injury epidemiologist. In addition, she has a background in non‐communicable diseases epidemiology, biostatistics and clinical trials. She is a National Health and Research Council Principal Research Fellow and Professor of Human Movement Science in the School of Human Movement and Sport Sciences at the University of Ballarat in Victoria, Australia. She has been a lead investigator on many sports injury research projects since the early 1990s. Her sports injury research focuses on methodological advances in sports injury surveillance, evaluations of sports injury prevention measures, and assessing attitudinal and behavioural barriers towards the implementation of sports safety measures. This research has been disseminated widely through more than 150 authored publications in peer‐review journals, book chapters, and government reports.