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  1. Effects of co-organizing general practitioners with other primary care services (project description)

    Co-organization of general practitioners with other healthcare services and establishment of multi-disciplinary teams are some of the measures proposed.

  2. National System for the introduction of new technologies within the specialist health service (project description)

  3. Mini-HTA (project description)

    A mini-HTA evaluates the effectiveness, safety, and costs as well as ethical and organizational consequences of the new technology.

  4. Psychosocial interventions for retention in drug abuse treatment (project description)

    The objective of this Cochrane review project is to assess the effects of psychosocial interventions for retention in drug abuse programmes.

  5. Autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation in systemic sclerosis (project description)

    Prepare a HTA on the efficacy and safety of autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation compared with pharmacological therapy in the treatment of diffuse systemic sclerosis.

  6. Coordination of Quality Indicator Data for OECD and NOMESCO (project description)

  7. Psychometric Assessment Project (project description)

  8. Health technology assessment of influenza vaccination of children (project description)

    This project aims to assess the clinical effect and cost-effectiveness of influenza vaccination of chronically ill and healthy children.

  9. Caremoms (project description)

    The Caremoms project examines the effect of having children with special care needs on maternal employment, income and sickness certification, as well as self-reported mental health and well-being.

  10. Birkebeiner Ageing Study (project description)

    The aim of this project is to study ageing, disease and functional decline among the fittest elderly people in Norway.

  11. The significance of early social skills and communication for later language development (project description)

    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.

  12. Children with language difficulties - risk factors and developmental paths (project description)

    This study aims to learn about children's normal language development and the factors that contribute to variations in language skills.

  13. Autism Birth Cohort Study (ABC Study) (project description)

    The purpose of the Autism Birth Cohort Study is to describe the development path and risk factors for autism spectrum disorders.

  14. MIDIA project (project description)

    The MIDIA project is looking for the environmental causes of type 1 diabetes.

  15. PAGE (project description)

    By following over 100,000 pregnancies in the MoBa study, we can identify children who later develop type 1 diabetes and coeliac disease via linkage to national registries.

  16. CP Study (MOBAND) (project description)

    The CP Study is based on data from the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study (MoBa) and its Danish equivalent "Bedre Sundhed for Mor og Barn" (BSMB).

  17. Immunological effects of phatalates inhalation and prenatal exposure (project descrption)

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  18. FP7 - OBELIX - OBesogenic Endocrine disrupting chemicals: LInking prenatal eXposure to the development of obesity later in life (project description)

    OBELIX is an EU-funded research project in which the Norwegian Institute of Public Health participates.

  19. FP7 - EURO-URHIS 2 - European Urban Health Indicators Part Two: Using indicators to inform policy (project description)

    EURO-URHIS 2 – European Urban Health Indicators Part Two: Using indicators to inform policy – is a collaborative project in which the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) participates.

  20. FP7 - ESCAPE - European Study of Cohorts for Air Pollution Effects (project description)

    ESCAPE - European Study of Cohorts for Air Pollution Effects - is a large collaborative project of more than 30 European cohort studies including some 900,000 subjects.