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Here you will find information about The Norwegian Science Programme on COVID-19, the programme's ongoing activities and resources for researchers.
The Norwegian Science Programme on COVID-19 seeks to address critical knowledge gaps for the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Below, we have collated information about Norwegian and international projects relating to COVID-19 research.
The national COVID-19 knowledge programme sends out a newsletter with the latest Norwegian research about COVID-19. You can find our methods as well as released newsletters below.
This priority project is aimed at learning more about risk factors and risk groups for infection, serious illness and death linked to COVID-19.
This priority project is providing knowledge concerning the population's compliance with infection control advice and factors which influence behaviour in connection with COVID-19.
This priority project aims to contribute to an evidence-based management of COVID-19 by developing and continually updating one or more living systematic reviews.
This priority project is providing measurements and analyses of COVID-19 and of the interaction between COVID-19 and seasonal influenza in hospitals and municipal health services.
This priority project is providing knowledge concerning the importance of social inequality with regard to infection, disease and death from COVID-19 in Norway.
This priority project is providing knowledge concerning the effects of key infection control measures in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.