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Here is an overview of projects at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. You can sort or search among ongoing or concluded projects.

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  1. «European Test and Risk Assessment Strategies for Mixtures (EuroMix) – a human biomonitoring study

    The Horizon 2020 EuroMix project aims to provide validated test strategies for the hazard and exposure assessments of chemical mixtures.

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  2. A healthy and sustainable start in life

    The aim of the project is to explore the association between maternal diet and child weight development, and if this is associated with cognitive and mental development.

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  3. A Scandinavian cohort of pregnant women in opioid maintenance treatment during pregnancy: long term consequences for the child (ScopeOMT)

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  4. Accuracy of open-ended questions in teachers’ structured conversations with children to uncover abuse, neglect or psychosocial problems

    On the accuracy of open-ended questions in structured conversations between children and daycare and school employees.

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  5. Alcohol and Drugs in Norway

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  6. Alcohol drinking patterns among parents and long-term health and social consequences among their children

    This project will study the long-term effects of various forms of parental drinking patterns in regard to their children’s mental health, substance use and workforce non-participation.

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  7. Alcohol policy and public opinion

    The project investigates trends and changes in public opinion on alcohol policies, and the structure and determinants of attitudes towards policies. The data are mainly based on population surveys.

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  8. Analysis of miRNA and DNA methylation stautus in ADHD triads

    This project will investigate whether epigenetic status at birth is important for neurodevelopmental disorders appearing in childhood and persisting into adulthood.

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  9. Are there dietary and lifestyle factors for the self-prevention of suicide?

    The objective of this project is to examine if dietary and lifestyle factors have a role in suicide prevention.

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  10. ART - Assisted Conceptions - Pregnancy and childhood outcomes

    In this project we combine Norwegian registry data and questionnaire data from the MoBa cohort study to investigate causes and consequences of subfertility and assisted conception.

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  11. Asymptomatic Salmonella carriers – Incidence and Factors

    This project will investigate how many people in Norway remain carriers of Salmonella bacteria after they have had a Salmonella infection and why.

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  12. Autism Birth Cohort Study (ABC study)

    The Autism Study uses data from the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study (MoBa) to study autism among children and adolescents.

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  13. Bedret barnevaksinasjon og beredskap mot sesong og pandemisk influensa: betydning av cellulær immunitet

    The project assesses prevalence of past pneumococcal infections and influenza in Ethiopia with techniques to determine cellular immune protection against new influenza strains.

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  14. Beneficial effect of breastfeeding on offspring long-term health: consequence or maternal pre-existing risk profile?

    The study will investigate the effect of breastfeeding on child health at 7 years of age.

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  15. Best prediction of adverse pregnancy outcomes

    We aim to estimate the association between perinatal death and alternative measures of standardized birthweight using large sample sets.

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  16. Briefly summarised

    Owners, practitioners and users of the Norwegian health care services seek answers to a variety of research questions.

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  17. Building and evaluating a prediction model for vitamin D levels at mid-pregnancy in The Norwegian Mother, Father and Child (MoBa) Cohort Study

    We aim to build a prediction model that may provide reliable predictions on vitamin D levels at mid-pregnancy for all mothers in the MoBa cohort.

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  18. Buprenorphine versus methadone for pregnant women in opioid maintenance treatment (OMT)

    We will systematically summarise research on short- and long-term effects for mother, foetus and child of buprenorphine- versus methadone-based maintenance treatment during pregnancy.

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  19. Cannabis in Norway

    Of the illicit drugs, cannabis is used most both in Norway and in the wider Western world. We know far too little about people’s consumption of cannabis in Norway.

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  20. Capasity building on vector-borne infections, B 1710

    Capacity- and network-building on vector-borne diseases in the Barents region is needed due to microclimatic changes that may influence the northern distribution of ticks and mosquitoes.

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