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  1. Do incentives and enablers improve adherence to tuberculosis treatment?

    This Cochrane Review shows that giving people material incentives and enablers, may have little or no effect on the number of people that are cured or complete tuberculosis treatment.

    Structured summary

    Published Updated

  2. Review of systematic reviews on prevention of falls in institutions

    Multifactorial institutions customised to the particular institution will probably reduce rate of falls in hospitals, but not the number of fallers or hip fractures.

    Systematic review

    Published Updated

  3. Cost-effectiveness of HPV-vaccination of boys aged 12 in a Norwegian setting

    This economic evaluation examines the cost-effectiveness of vaccinating both 12-year-old boys and girls against HPV-infection compared to maintaining the current practice of vaccinating only girls.

    Health technology assessment

    Published Updated

  4. Effect of interventions targeting incarcerated parents and their children

    This systematic review indicates a need for more research about the effects of interventions on incarcerated parents and their children.

    Systematic review

    Published Updated

  5. Effects of interventions in residential areas and neighbourhoods to promote social contact, social networks and social support

    It is uncertain whether, and to what extent, interventions in residential areas and neighbourhoods contribute to increased social contact, social networks and social support.

    Systematic review

    Published Updated

  6. Effectiveness of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in patients with Late Radiation Tissue Injury or Diabetic Foot Ulcer

    We have assessed clinical effectiveness of HBOT in patients with LRTI or DFU compared to standard treatment or placebo.

    Health technology assessment

    Published Updated

  7. Commonwealth Fund survey among general practitioners in ten countries: Norwegian results in 2015 and changes over time

    General practitioners have more positive perceptions of the health care system and a higher job satisfaction than the average of the nine other countries that participated in the survey.

    Report

    Published Updated

  8. Treatment of persons who suffer from both an eating disorder and diabetes

    This systematic review addresses treatment of persons who suffer from both an eating disorder and diabetes.

    Systematic review

    Published Updated

  9. Alternatives of plasma for transfusion to patients

    A health technology assessment (HTA), which has compared the various alternatives for generation of plasma for transfusion purposes in terms of clinical effectiveness, safety and costs.

    Health technology assessment

    Published Updated

  10. Voter mobilization among immigrants

    The commission for this report  was to identify research published 2000-2015 on effects of different types of interventions on an individual level to mobilize for voting.

    Report

    Published Updated

  11. Information of research gaps from NOKC systematic reviews and HTA-reports in 2014

  12. Health effects of employment

    Systematic literature search with a subsequent categorization of relevant research.

    Report

    Published Updated

  13. The effect of same-day-access to primary care

    Summarized research on the effect same day scheduling has on wait time, number of list patients, number of appointments made, patient satisfaction.

    Report

    Published Updated

  14. The effect of relationship and marital interventions

    Commision to identify and sort existing empirical research on the effect of relationship/marital interventions.

    Mapping review

    Published Updated

  15. User centred Work Processes in the Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services. Status, Ideas, Challenges and Plans

  16. Closed loop medication

    Commissioned by the Norwegian Directorate of Health. A systematic search for studies evaluating the effect of closed loop medication in hospital or institution.

    Report

    Published Updated

  17. Cancer patient pathways: Baseline measurement based on surveys among the population, patients and general practitioners

  18. Overview of reviews on effect of medical reconciliation

    In this overview of reviews, we have searched for systematic reviews of effect of medication reconciliation.

    Systematic review

    Published Updated

  19. A health technology assessment of the new drugs for inoperable or metastatic malignant melanoma patients

    This health technology assessment compares the relative effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of seven new drugs used for the treatment of advanced malignant melanoma patients in the Norwegian setting.

    Health technology assessment

    Published Updated

  20. Effect of HPV-vaccination of boys

    This systematic review was carried out to assess whether vaccinating boys with the same HPV vaccines currently offered to 11 to 12-year-old girls in Norway would be effective in preventing HPV-related

    Systematic review

    Published Updated