The Norwegian Influenza Study (NorFlu) is exploring the potential effects of influenza A (H1N1) – swine flu – during pregnancy.
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NorFlu - a study of influenza A(H1N1) and vaccination in pregnancy
NorFlu is a research project that will examine the consequences of having had influenza A (H1N1) - swine flu - during pregnancy. The project will study how influenza during pregnancy affects maternal health and the child's development. NorFlu will also study the effect of vaccination during pregnancy. Approximately 4,500 mothers and their children from the Oslo and Bergen areas are taking part.
Applying for data from NorFlu
Recruitment to the study ended in October 2010. The Norwegian Influenza Study (NorFlu) will continue to follow up participants.
Questionnaires in NorFlu
The NorFlu study has collected information from study participants through a series of questionnaires. Here is an overview of the questionnaires that participants have received to date.
About the clinical examination of 4-year-olds in NorFlu
An important goal in NorFlu is to investigate whether pandemic influenza infection or vaccination during pregnancy affects the child's cognitive development.