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  1. Effects of organised follow-up of behaviour that may increase risk of disease in adults

    This systematic review is meant to answer questions about effects of organised follow-up on change of health behaviours (physical activity, diet, use of tobacco and alcohol).

    Systematic review

    Published Updated

  2. Health personell involved in adverse events

    We have performed a systematic literature search to identify research that has investigated the experiences and needs of health personnel who have been involved in adverse events.

    Report

    Published Updated

  3. Effectiveness of electromagnetically shielded rooms in hospitals or other health care institutions: a systematic review and meta-analysis of provocation studies

  4. Are data from national and other large scale user experience surveys used in local quality work? A systematic literature review

  5. Readmission in Norwegian hospitals

    Readmission rates are increasingly being used as an indicator of quality of care in other countries.

    Report

    Published Updated

  6. Positronemissiontomography (PET) in the diagnosis and follow up of cancer – a systematic literature search

  7. Communicating with patients and families after adverse events. A systematic literature search.

  8. Drug Consumption in Norway 2007-2011

    The statistics include all sales of prescription and over-the-counter medicines in Norway from wholesalers to pharmacies, hospitals, nursing homes and groceries.

    Report

    Published

  9. Low-level radiofrequency electromagnetic fields - an assessment of health risks and evaluation of regulatory practice (English summary)

    This is the English summary of a report from the Expert Committee appointed to evaluate whether electromagnetic fields caused health damage.

    Report

    Published

  10. Interlaboratory Comparison on POPs in Food 2012

    The 13th round of the interlaboratory comparison study on the determination og PCDDs/PCDFs, PCBs and brominated flame retardants in three food items was conducted in spring 2012.

    Report

    Published Updated