eRegistries The eRegistries approach aims to minimise data collection efforts while maximising use of data. It ensures health information is always available to the person who needs it, when they need it. Les på norsk Contact About e-Registries Article Updated 06.07.2020 Resources A list of links to relevant discussion forums, courses and resources to optimise the analysis and use of data are provided below, followed by publications and reports by the eRegistries team. Article Updated 06.07.2020 What we do We support implementations of digital health interventions that utilise data in health information systems, and conduct research on the optimal design and implementation of such interventions. Article Updated 06.07.2020 What are eRegistries? eRegistries utilise uniform, systematic, longitudinally and digitally entered individual-level clinical data to drive evidence-based digital health interventions for health systems strengthening. Show more The multidisciplinary e-Registries team Article Updated 06.07.2020 Who we are We are a multidisciplinary team consisting of maternal and child health researchers, eRegistry implementation advisors, technology specialists, medical doctors and public health practitioners. Show more See also: Theme WHO, EU, Bilateral Collaboration The Norwegian Institute of Public Health is engaged in global health issues and has established research collaboration and projects with international partners. Theme Global Health Preparedness Programme About the National Institute of Public Health's collaboration with other countries to strengthen public health preparedness internationally. Theme EEA and Norway Grants Information about the public health programmes funded through the EEA and Norway Grants.