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Researchers can apply for access to data from health registries and health studies, as well as biological material from the biobanks. Here you will find guidelines and electronic application forms.
The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) can provide access to data from health registries and population-based health surveys once an application for data is approved.
For applications for access to data or biological samples from studies or mandatory national health registries at the NIPH.
All publications and presentations that use data from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health's health register or health surveys shall state the relevant health registry/health survey as a source.
The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) will charge for actual expenses in connection with administrative work, processing and delivery of data.
In the Registry of Withdrawal from Biological Research Consent, patients can withhold consent for research use of biological samples taken during routine healthcare examinations.
Researchers and others can apply for access to data from the Norwegian Surveillance System for Communicable Diseases (MSIS).
The mandatory national health registries were established to maintain national functions.