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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. Prescription drug use and subsequent morbidity and mortality

    The project will provide information on how medicines are used in the general population.

    Active

    Published Updated

  2. Prevalence and characteristics of occasional smokers

    Is intermittent smoking a stable behaviour, is it a risk factor for nicotine dependence? Determine relative importance of factors for predisposibility of becoming occasional smokers.

    Concluded

    Published Updated

  3. Preventive interventions for persons with mental illnesses

    We were asked to conduct a systematic review on the effect of preventive interventions targeting lifestyle habits for persons with mental illnesses.

    Concluded

    Published

  4. Preventive tobacco measures – support, legitimacy and user perspectives

    In this project we will attempt to map the support for and opposition to some of the current steps to tighten the laws.

    Active

    Published Updated

  5. Protein glycosylation, glycan diversity and immunogenicity in meningococcal carriage and disease (PROGLYC)

    Active

    Published Updated

  6. Psychiatric symptoms, other diagnoses and medication use among children with autism spectrum disorders in Norway

    The aim of this project is to investigate trajectories of emotional and behavioral disorders in autism spectrum disorder, as well as how they are diagnosed and treated.

    Active

    Published Updated

  7. Psychobiological interaction effects

    Can problems with attention or hyperactivity related to ADHD be observed in a child’s second year of life?

    Concluded

    Published

  8. Psychometric Assessment Project (project description)

    Active

    Published Updated

  9. Quality assurance of data on Lyme borreliosis in the Norwegian Surveillance System for Communicable Diseases (MSIS) and the Norwegian Patient Registry (NPR)

    Active

    Published Updated

  10. Quantitative sensory tests and prediction of early onset chronic pain

    This study will explore whether QST measures of pain sensitivity among 15-16 year olds are predictive of new-onset pain assessed two years later.

    Active

    Published Updated

  11. Rare diagnoses pilot study

    The purpose of this study is to map the occurrence and course of illness of rare diagnoses (<1:10000).

    Active

    Published

  12. Rare diagnoses pilot study

    The purpose of this study is to map the occurrence and course of illness of rare diagnoses (<1:10000) based on data from the Norwegian Patient Registry and the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study

    Active

    Published

  13. Relation between maternal gestational hypercholesterolemia and offspring cholesterol levels: Using data from the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study (MoBa)

    This study will investigate the association between maternal cholesterol during pregnancy and cholesterol in the child, and the association with maternal diet.

    Active

    Published

  14. Reliability of Free and Total BPA analyte measures in MoBa

    We propose a reliability study of BPA biomarkers over the course of pregnancy that separates total and free BPA, using the reliability substudy urine samples collected in MoBa.

    Concluded

    Published

  15. Remote patient monitoring for chronic illnesses

    What are the effects of remote patient monitoring on chronically ill patients’ health outcomes and their use of health and welfare services?

    Concluded

    Published Updated

  16. Reporting of Quality Indicators to the Norwegian Quality Indicator System

    The Norwegian Directorate of Health has commissioned the Norwegian Institute of Public Health to contribute to the National Quality Indicator System in Norway.

    Active

    Published Updated

  17. Reproduction, partner disruption and health

    The main aim of the project is to understand the health consequences of changes in fertility patterns and partner disruption.

    Active

    Published Updated

  18. Revisiting and dissecting the maternal effect on childhood asthma

    Our aim is to understand the basic biology behind asthma better, with the aim of better preventive actions in the future.

    Active

    Published Updated

  19. Risk profiles for completed suicide among psychiatric patients

    In this research project we aim to link data from several large national registries in order to describe what characterises patients with mental disorders who end their life by suicide.

    Active

    Published Updated

  20. Safety, clinical effectiveness, diagnostic accuracy and cost effectiveness of blood-based tests for women with suspected pre-eclampsia

    This Health Technology Assessment will evaluate safety, effectiveness, diagnostic accuracy and cost-effectiveness of blood-based tests for women with suspected pre-eclampsia after 20 weeks' gestation.

    Concluded

    Published Updated