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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. Maternal dietary selenium intake and selenium status during pregnancy in relation to pregnancy outcomes, neonatal outcomes and child health

    The aim of this project is to study the impact of maternal prenatal selenium intake, selenium status and genetics on pregnancy and neonatal outcome, and childhood development.

    Active

    Published

  2. Maternal probiotic intake during pregnancy and breastfeeding complications

    This project will study the association of dietary intake of probiotics during pregnancy and breastfeeding complications.

    Active

    Published

  3. Mental health disorders among minority women: risk factors and consequences from a life-course perspective

    The project will determine the extent of mental health service use among minority women over time and identify the causes and consequences of mental health disorders over the life-course.

    Active

    Published Updated

  4. Method Development (project description)

    Purpose: Supportive research and development for the national user experience studies.

    Active

    Published Updated

  5. Methodological issues in economic evaluations

    The aim of this project is to contribute with updated knowledge on relevant methodological developments within the field of economic evaluations and the use of alternative methods in applied studies.

    Active

    Published

  6. MIDIA (Environmental causes of type 1 diabetes)

    The aim of the MIDIA project is to identify environmental causes of type 1 diabetes with a view to prevent the disease.

    Active

    Published Updated

  7. Mild- to moderate iodine deficiency in pregnancy and early age and risk of impaired neuropsychological development

    This project will explore the associations between maternal iodine intake in pregnancy from food and supplements and markers of child brain development in The Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study.

    Active

    Published Updated

  8. Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) for individuals with open-angle glaucoma. A health technology assessment

    We will assess the relative effect, safety, and cost-effectiveness of the method(s) for treatment of individuals with open-angle glaucoma.

    Active

    Published Updated

  9. MoBa Psychiatric Genetics. Identifying the missing heritability of psychiatric disorders combining hospital and population samples and leveraging novel analytical tools

    The project will study large cohorts and clinical materials to identify genetic risk factors and environmental factors across different psychiatric disorders.

    Active

    Published

  10. Monitoring tobacco habits and consumption

    Monitoring the smoking habits of the population on a yearly basis using detailed information obtained by the Directorate of Health's tobacco surveys which began in 1973.

    Active

    Published Updated

  11. Monitoring Young Lifestyles (MyLife): A prospective mixed-method study of youth and substance use in Norway

    MyLife is a large-scale longitudinal investigation of substance use among youth in Norway.

    Active

    Published Updated

  12. Mortality and morbidity effects of long-term exposure to low-level PM2.5, Black Carbon, NO2 and O3: an analysis of European cohorts (4954-RFA14-3/16-5)

    This project will address health effects at low air pollution levels.

    Active

    Published Updated

  13. Multisystemic interventions for children and youth with conduct problems

    The Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs commissioned a systematic review on the effects of multisystemic interventions for children with behavioral problems.

    Concluded

    Published Updated

  14. National surveillance of the HPV vaccination programme (project description)

    When the vaccine against human papillomavirus (HPV) was introduced in 2009/2010, a surveillance programme was established to monitor its efficacy, unwanted effects and vaccination coverage.

    Active

    Published Updated

  15. National survey of user experiences with private and public rehabilitation institutions

    The Norwegian Directorate of Health has given the Norwegian Institute of Public Health the task to plan and carry out a national survey of user experiences.

    Active

    Published Updated

  16. Negative consequences of others’ use of alcohol

    The project focuses on four types of negative consequence which can often affect others both in the form of human suffering and of economic cost.

    Active

    Published Updated

  17. Next-of-kin experiences with the provision of mental health care for children and adolescents

    This is a user survey among children and adolescents with 4-6 consultations at child and adolescent mental health outpatient clinics (CAMHS) in 2017.

    Active

    Published Updated

  18. NON-PROTECTED. The impact of perfluorinated toxicants and the gut microbiome on vaccine responses in children.

    The project will investigate whether PFAS, even at lower levels, is of importance for the vaccine response, as well as investigating the role of the gut microbiota for vaccine responses.

    Active

    Published Updated

  19. NorFlu

    NorFlu is a research project that is investigating the possible consequences of having influenza A (H1N1) - swine flu - during pregnancy.

    Active

    Published Updated

  20. Norwegian alcohol policy

    The project highlights the use of alcohol policy instruments at local and national level, including an evaluation of changes the Norwegian Alcohol Act.

    Active

    Published Updated