Hopp til innhold

Projects

Here is an overview of projects at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. You can sort or search among ongoing or concluded projects.


Sort by:
|
Narrow search
  1. Effect and experiences of part-time work in the healthcare services

    The protocol describes two scoping reviews that will map the published evidence regarding part-time work (including effects and experiences) in the healthcare and community care services.

    Published Updated

  2. Effect evaluation of The International Child Development Programme (ICDP)

    The aim of this project is to conduct an evaluation of the effect of International Child Development Programme (ICDP) through a randomized controlled trial (RCT).

    Published Updated

  3. Elicitation of a Norwegian EQ-5D Value Set and Normative Data for the Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programs

    EQ-5D value sets and normative data will be derived through nationally representative surveys of the general population.

    Published Updated

  4. EMCDDA 2048

    FHI is commissioned by HOD to be the national focal point. The task as requires the collection, processing and reporting of a wide range of information about the drug situation in Norway.

    Published Updated

  5. Environmental noise and childrens`s sleep and health - using the MoBa cohort

    This project will investigate the potential effects of residential night-time traffic noise on children's sleep quality, behavioural and cognitive problems and risk of overweight and obesity.

    Published Updated

  6. ESPAD - European School Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs

    FHI is responsible for collecting Norwegian data for ESPAD. To date, six data collections have been carried out; 1995, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011 and 2015.

    Published Updated

  7. Evaluation of free school fruit on childhood growth and obesity: a natural experiment

    This project will examine to which extent free fruit in schools may influence weight development in schoolchildren.

    Published Updated

  8. Evidence-base for shared decision making tools.

    The NIPH collaborates with the "Samvalgssenter" by publishing reports about the documentation on the effectiveness of treatment for their national shared-decision making tools.

    Published Updated

  9. Exposure of the father and implications for the child: Analysis of genetic and epigenetic changes in triads-a case-control study

    Our ambition is to identify paternal factors of major importance for the health of the child, thereby preventing health risk of new generations.

    Published Updated

  10. Glucose tolerance test in pregnancy: A systematic mapping review

    Published Updated

  11. Health Gap: Health, maturity, and gender gap in education

    The project aims to understand the health consequences of gender differences in school performance and examine whether they are explained by differences in timing of physical maturity.

    Published Updated

  12. Health personnel's communication of children’s weight status: What is effective and what are the childrens and parents’ experiences and preferences? A mixed methods systematic review

    We were commissioned to conduct a mixed methods systematic review of empirical research about communication of children’s underweight, overweight or obese status to children and their parents.

    Published

  13. Health Technology Assessment of medicines used for multiple sclerosis

    The present Health Technology Assessment (HTA) have added two new medicines for the indication and removed a group of medicines (interferons) due to low priority use.

    Published

  14. Health Technology Assessment of medicines, including rituximab, used for primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS)

    We aim to examine the clinical and cost effectiveness of RRMS medicines in the treatment of patients with primary progressive MS.

    Published Updated

  15. HEV vaksinestudie hos fertile kvinner i Bangladesh og risikofaktorer for alvorlig HEV

    The project aims to evaluate the protection against hepatitis E virus (HEV) disease in pregnant women by immunization with the HEV vaccine (Hecolin).

    Published Updated

  16. Hip fractures in Norway: Predictors, incidence and survival. Norwegian Epidemiologic Osteoporosis Studies (NOREPOS)

    The aim of the project is to explore the possible causes for the high incidence of hip fractures in Norway.

    Published Updated

  17. i4C - Strengthening global health international collaboration

    "Strengthening International Collaboration for Capitalizing on Cost-Effective and Life-Saving Commodities (i4C)" project is evaluating eight different policy interventions.

    Published

  18. Immune cell profiles in patients with unknown mechanism of allergic reactions to food

    This project will identify the characteristic immune cell profiles for two patient groups with allergic reactions with or without specific IgE in serum, also compared with healthy controls.

    Published Updated

  19. Injuries in Norway: incidence, consequences, demographic and individual risk factors

    The project aims to study trends in injury incidence in Norway and to provide knowledge of potential risk factors for injuries, and consequences of non-fatal injuries.

    Published Updated

  20. Inpatients’ experiences with interdisciplinary treatment for substance dependence: measurement, application and use of data

    The project will test the psychometric properties of the questionnaire used in the surveys of inpatients in interdisciplinary treatment for substance dependence.

    Published Updated