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


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  1. Smoking during pregnancy from 1999 to 2014. Analyses on data quality and socio-demographic trends.

    The study aims to evaluate the data quality of smoking habits over time and to describe national and regional trends in smoking prevalence in all pregnant women in Norway since 1999.

    Published Updated

  2. Social contact and vaccine coverage survey, Norway 2016

    In this study, we determine the vaccination coverage of several vaccines in the Norwegian population and to identify social contact patterns - who meets who.

    Published Updated

  3. Social Factors and Health: a Twin Study

    We explore the genetic and environmental sources of covariance underlying the relationships between diverse types of social factors and their association with health outcomes.

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  4. Stability study: Long-term storage of serum; three different -80 °C storage environments

    The purpose of this study is to assess the effects on several components in serum during long-term storage in these three different -80 °C storage environments.

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  5. Studentenes Helse- og Trivselsundersøkelse – SHoT (project description)

    The SHoT Study (an acronym for the Norwegian name: Studentenes Helse- og Trivselsundersøkelse) is a national student survey for higher education in Norway.

    Published

  6. Study of Assisted Reproductive Technology (START) – Epigenic mechanisms

    This study is interested in health consequences of subfertility in women and men, and we will examine genetic influences and epigenetic changes induced by ART as a possible mechanism of disease.

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  7. Substance abusers in treatment. Analyses of data in the Norwegian Patient Register (NPR)

    Since 2010, tabular data have been extracted from the Norwegian Patient Register for reporting to the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction.

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  8. Substance use among music festival attendees i Norway

    This was a cross-sectional study from six music festivals in Norway, July-August 2016.

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  9. Substance use in the nightlife setting

    This study aims to investigate recreational drug use and user characteristics among people visiting licensed premises by using self-reports and biological markers.

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  10. Systematic mapping review of research on long-term effects and adverse effects of treatment with antidepressants.

    Vestre Viken Hospital Trust has commissioned a systematic mapping review of research on long-term effects and adverse effects of treatment with antidepressants.

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  11. Tackling socioeconomic differences in weight development among youth: assessing trends, mechanisms and potential interventions

    A study of socioeconomic differences in the development of body weight between birth and 14 years, including rapid growth early in life.

    Published

  12. TB cluster study, Sidama, Ethiopia: A population-based prospective cohort study

    This population-based prospective cohort study includes house-to-house active case finding (three visits) in Dale District in Sidama Zone (53 000 households).

    Published Updated

  13. Teaching and support for evidence based knowledge management (project description)

    The Project includes teaching knowledge management aimed at students and staff in the health services and administration.

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  14. The burden of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in Norway

    The project aims to provide estimates of RSV disease burden.

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  15. The CATCH-UP project: The impact of pre- and postnatal exposure to mixtures of environmental toxicants on catch-up growth, obesity and cardio-metabolic health in children

    The overall objective of the project is to study the potential effects of exposure to mixtures of toxicants during vulnerable life stages on child growth and weight status.

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  16. The Epilepsy in Young Children (EPYC) Study

    The goal is to identify and clinically characterize children with epilepsy within the MoBa cohort and to subsequently study the causes of epilepsy.

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  17. The Norwegian Human Milk Study - HUMIS (project description)

    The main aim of the study is to map the levels of environmental toxicants in breast milk, identify factors related to high levels, and see if there is regional differences.

    Published Updated

  18. The Norwegian VRE study

    This study aims to learn more about the spread of antimicrobial resistance in enterococci, identify new targets for antimicrobial treatment and containment of infections.

    Published Updated

  19. The SHoT Study

    The SHoT Study (an acronym for the Norwegian name: Studentenes Helse- og Trivselsundersøkelse) is a national student survey for higher education in Norway.

    Published Updated

  20. Tobacco, drink and drugs on the big screen

    The project explores changing depictions in the most popular feature films produced in Norway since the Second World War of tobacco and drunkenness.

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