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  1. Article

    About the Norwegian Microbiota Study (NoMIC)

    The purpose of NoMIC is to learn more about gut microbiota during infancy, how it is composed, factors that affect it and how it develops through childhood.

  2. Article


    The publications list for NOMIC.

  3. Article

    Collaborating partners

    Karolinska Institute in Sweden, The Knight Lab in USA and Imperial College in England are collaborating partners in NoMIC.

  4. Article

    Countries with high occurrence of tuberculosis

    List of countries with a high occurrence of tuberculosis. People from these countries are required to undergo tests for tuberculosis.

  5. Report

    Accidents and injuries in Norway (Report 2014:2)

    Description of the epidemiology of injuries in Norway, overall and for separate sectors (transport, work, leisure, home etc.). Main focus is on accidental injuries.

  6. Research overview

    Research gaps identified in systematic reviews and health technology assessments published by the Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services in 2015

    This is an annual report of the knowledge gaps that we have identified during our work with systematic reviews and health technology assessments (HTA).

  7. Fact sheet

    Suicide and suicide attempts in Norway – fact sheet

    Every year, between 500 and 600 suicides are registered in Norway.

  8. Article

    About the Respiratory Infections Study

    The aim of the study is to find out how influenza, respiratory syncytial virus and whooping cough affect young and older children treated in Norwegian hospitals.

  9. Article

    About NorEPIS

    NorEPIS (Norwegian Enhanced Paediatric Surveillance Network) is a research network for diseases that can be prevented by vaccination.

  10. Article

    Travel advice for pilgrims to Mecca (Hajj)

    If you intend to make the pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj), allow sufficient time for vaccination before you travel.

  11. Article

    About the Rotavirus Study

    This project will monitor the rotavirus vaccination coverage, possible adverse events after immunisation and effects of the vaccination programme on disease incidence in the population.

  12. Research overview

    Effect of general practitioner’s presence at accident site: a systematic review

    National expertise service for traumatology asked the Norwegian Institute of Public Health to examine the effect the presence of a general practitioner on accident site.

  13. Article

    About the varicella zoster study

    Chickenpox and herpes zoster (shingles) are caused by the varicella zoster virus and both diseases can be prevented by vaccination.

  14. Article

    About CeFH

    Our scientific goal is to advance our understanding of health implications of recent changes for the involved children and adults, and the complex social and biological pathways involved.

  15. Article

    What is a “boil water advisory”?

    If the water supplier suspects that water can contain harmful microorganisms, consumers will be advised to boil water.

  16. Article

    Type approval of UV equipment

    The type approval system from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health is intended to ensure that UV equipment meets the minimum requirements for disinfection effect and control/monitoring equipment.

  17. Brochure

    About HIV infection

    This brochure gives information about HIV, disease progress and treatment.

  18. Article

    Receive post from Norwegian Institute of Public Health via Digipost or e-Boks

    Like many other public agencies in Norway, the NIPH can now send post to your digital mailbox.

  19. Article

    The Lancet with special edition

    The Lancet published on October 7, 2016 updated figures from the International Burden of Disease Study 2105 (GBD 2015).

  20. Report

    Disease Burden in Norway 2015

    The report presents Norwegian results from the international project «Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk Factors Study 2015 (GBD 2015)».