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The Centre develops and evaluates ways to make it easier for people to use research in decision making.
The Norwegian Institute for Public Health established the Centre for Informed Health Choices to conduct research on how to make research findings more understandable and accessible for everyone.
Good health depends on people making good choices. Good choices depend on the ability to obtain, process, understand and judge the trustworthiness of relevant health information.
We are developing tools to make reliable evidence easier to access, understand and use.
This BBC documentary shows how ten-year-olds can learn critical thinking and to separate fact from fallacy. It is based on a study by the Centre for Informed Health Studies.
Professor David Spiegelhalter from the Winston Centre for Risk and Evidence gave a lecture about risk communication at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health in January 2018.
Here is an overview of publications from the centre.