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  1. Article

    Public Health Survey in Hordaland 2018

    The public health survey in Hordaland will take place in January and April 2018.

  2. Report

    What to expect of the 2017/18 influenza season in Norway

    This report presents the assessment by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) on the influenza situation early in the 2017/2018 season.

  3. Article

    About the EEA Grants

    Through close collaboration with the EU through the EEA agreement and EEA Grants, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway contribute to reducing disparities in Europe.

  4. Brochure

    Working together to reduce health inequalities

    Fifteen examples of health projects in ten European countries, financed by EEA Grants, and with Norwegian project partners.

  5. Research overview

    Unskilled personnnel, skill mix, quality of care and patient safety in the healthcare services: a mapping review

    This mapping review is a follow-up of a systematic review that did not identify any studies eligible for inclusion. Therefore the inclusion criteria is extended with studies of weaker study design.

  6. Article

    Travelling with children

    Children can become very ill from diarrhoea or respiratory infections. In non-Western countries, there is generally a greater risk of contracting infectious diseases.

  7. Article

    Travelling while pregnant

    Pregnant women are exposed to some risk by travelling abroad, especially to the tropics and when travelling under primitive conditions.

  8. Article

    Travel to former homelands

    People with immigrant backgrounds who travel to their former homelands are - compared to other types of travellers - more exposed to infection with some infectious diseases.

  9. Public Health Report

    Alcohol and other psychoactive substances

    After alcohol, cannabis and amphetamines are the most commonly used drugs in Norway.

  10. Report

    Volume Calculation of a Subset of Non-surgical Examinations and Procedures in the Norwegian Hospital Service

    Vi har identifisert koder og utført beregning av volum for utførte undersøkelser og prosedyrer innen spesialisthelsetjenesten på oppdrag fra Helsedirektoratet.

  11. Research overview

    Long term institutional or residential treatment of patients with substance abuse compared to short-term outpatient treatment (updated literature search)

    A systematic literature search to identify new studies published after 2009.

  12. Report

    Commonwealth Fund survey in 2009 among primary care physicians: results from a comparative survey in 11 countries

    This report highlights the Norwegian results of the Commonwealth Fund’s International health systems survey 2009.

  13. Research overview

    The effectiveness of treatment for anxiety and/or depression in children – Systematic reference list

    Documentation about the effectiveness of treatment for anxiety and/or depression in children.

  14. Article

    About polio and travel

    The World Health Organization (WHO) are still reporting cases of polio (poliomyelitis) in several countries.

  15. Report

    Women's and partners' experiences of pregnancy-, birth- and postnatal care. Results from a pilot study

    The purpose of the pilot study was to test two questionnaires, one focusing on women's experiences, the other addressing partners' experiences, as well as testing methods of data collection.

  16. Report

    The 2011 Commonwealth Fund survey among sicker adults: Results from a comparative survey in 11 countries

    This is the 3rd time Norway participate in Commonwealth Fund’s International Health Policy survey. Here we present the Norwegian results and compare them to the other countries or group of countries.

  17. Report

    Which aspects of treatment are perceived as crucial for the patients?

    We present the results from qualitative interviews with patients receiving inpatient substance dependence treatment.

  18. Report

    Everyday descriptions of Norwegian hospitals. Results following a national survey of nurses in 2009

    Personnel is the most important input factor in the hospitals, and forecasts suggest that there will be a challenge to balance supply and demand in the years to come.

  19. Report

    Users’ experiences with coordinated health services – a review of relevant measurement instruments

    The purpose of this literature search has been to find relevant and validated instruments about coordinated health services.

  20. Report

    Interlaboratory Comparison on POPs in Food 2017

    The 18th round of the interlaboratory comparison study on the determination of PCDDs/PCDFs, PCBs and brominated flame retardants in three food items were conducted in spring of 2017.