Christine Holm Moseid, born 220770, has been working as a medical doctor since 1998, graduating from the University of Bergen, Norway in 1997. She is a specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation as well as in sports medicine. She has also worked as a general practitioner as well as a rheumatologist. She has been involved as a sports physician both at the elite, sub-elite and recreational level with athletes of all ages. She has worked as team-physician for the Norwegian Female Cross Country Skiing team. She is a member of the Norwegian board for Sports Physicians and also a board-member of the Society for Ethics and Ethical decision making in sports in the Norwegian Confederation of Sports. She defended her PhD on “Injury and illness in youth elite athletes” from the Oslo sports Trauma Research Center and the University of Oslo during the spring of 2020. She now works in SKADEFRI/Fittoplay, aiming to implement injury and illness prevention in youth sports by narrowing the gap between sports medicine research and sports in practice. The SKADEFRI/Fittoplay implementation model is based on both short term and long-term strategies. More specifically, the work involves several platforms such as social media, sport club events, coach educational programs, sports organizing committees and sport academy high school educational programs. Learn more about SKADEFRI/Fittoplay at Skadefri (fittoplay.org).