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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. Systematic mapping review for care services research in Norway

    The Norwegian Institute of Public Health will map Norwegian care services research.

    Active

    Published Updated

  2. Systematic mapping review of research on long-term effects and adverse effects of treatment with antidepressants.

    Vestre Viken Hospital Trust has commissioned a systematic mapping review of research on long-term effects and adverse effects of treatment with antidepressants.

    Active

    Published Updated

  3. Tackling socioeconomic differences in weight development among youth: assessing trends, mechanisms and potential interventions

    A study of socioeconomic differences in the development of body weight between birth and 14 years, including rapid growth early in life.

    Active

    Published

  4. Tapering for pregnant women in opioid maintenance treatment (OMT)

    Norwegian Institute of Public Health has been commissioned by the Norwegian Directorate of Health to carry out a systematic review of effects of methadone or buprenorphine tapering during pregnancy.

    Concluded

    Published

  5. TB cluster study, Sidama, Ethiopia: A population-based prospective cohort study

    This population-based prospective cohort study includes house-to-house active case finding (three visits) in Dale District in Sidama Zone (53 000 households).

    Active

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  6. Teeth in Moba

    The purpose of this project is to collect at least one deciduous tooth from as many children as possible who participate in the Norwegian Mother, Father and Child Cohort Study (MoBa).

    Active

    Published

  7. The burden of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in Norway

    The project aims to provide estimates of RSV disease burden.

    Active

    Published Updated

  8. The CATCH-UP project: The impact of pre- and postnatal exposure to mixtures of environmental toxicants on catch-up growth, obesity and cardio-metabolic health in children

    The overall objective of the project is to study the potential effects of exposure to mixtures of toxicants during vulnerable life stages on child growth and weight status.

    Active

    Published Updated

  9. The Epilepsy in Young Children (EPYC) Study

    The goal is to identify and clinically characterize children with epilepsy within the MoBa cohort and to subsequently study the causes of epilepsy.

    Active

    Published Updated

  10. The impact of the covid-19 pandemic on mental health of health care workers: protocol for a rapid systematic review

    It is important to understand the psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on healthcare workers, both frontline and non-frontline, and to identify possible interventions to address such impacts.

    Active

    Published Updated

  11. The Norwegian Human Milk Study - HUMIS (project description)

    The main aim of the study is to map the levels of environmental toxicants in breast milk, identify factors related to high levels, and see if there is regional differences.

    Active

    Published Updated

  12. The Norwegian VRE study

    This study aims to learn more about the spread of antimicrobial resistance in enterococci, identify new targets for antimicrobial treatment and containment of infections.

    Active

    Published Updated

  13. The SHoT Study

    The SHoT Study (an acronym for the Norwegian name: Studentenes Helse- og Trivselsundersøkelse) is a national student survey for higher education in Norway.

    Active

    Published Updated

  14. The significance of early social skills and communication for later language development

    The purpose of this study was to look at the development from early social skills and non-verbal communication at 18 months to later language development at three and five years of age.

    Concluded

    Published Updated

  15. The use of force against children and youth in residential child care and foster care: a sys-tematic mapping review

    An overview of and description of research and explorations that have examined the use of force against children and youth in residential child care and foster care.

    Active

    Published Updated

  16. To what extent is use of social media related to online prosocial behaviors among adolescents? A systematic review.

    We will carry out a systematic review to investigate the association between use of social media and online prosocial behaviour among adolescents.

    Active

    Published Updated

  17. Tobacco, drink and drugs on the big screen

    The project explores changing depictions in the most popular feature films produced in Norway since the Second World War of tobacco and drunkenness.

    Active

    Published Updated

  18. Treatment and diagnostics of Lyme borreliosis in Norwegian hospitals

    Treatment and diagnostics of Lyme borreliosis in Norwegian hospitals

    Active

    Published Updated

  19. Treatment pathways for suicide victims and suicide bereaved

    In the Treatpath project we aim to explore the treatment and user pathways within the health care and welfare sectors among suicide victims and the suicide bereaved.

    Active

    Published Updated

  20. Treatments for exposure to and perpetration of violence and sexual abuse - project plan

    We shall, on behalf of the Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies, map overviews of the effects of treatment for suspects and practitioners of violence and sexual assault.

    Concluded

    Published