The Centre for Health Promotion Research (UKK Institute) is a private research organisation located in Tampere, Finland with 60 employees. The UKK Institute was founded in 1980 and is owned by the Urho Kekkonen Fitness Institute Foundation. The purpose of the UKK Institute is to promote public health. The main aim is to promote healthy lifestyle and, in particular, health-enhancing physical activity and to reduce the number of injuries occuring at home or leisure through research, training and public awareness. Tampere Research Center of Sports Medicine (TaULA) is one of the six centers of Sports and Exercise Medicine in Finland and has been operating as a part of the UKK Institute since 1980. TaULA offers appointments of physicians of Sports and Exercise Medicine, sports medicine nutritionist and physiotherapists, and performs exercise and clinical physiology testing. The expertise area of the TaULA includes scientific research on sports injuries and their prevention. TaULA participates in the field of physical activity-related injuries on the National Physical Activity Behaviour of Children and Adolescents (LIITU) study under the Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children (HBSC) study in Finland.