Important documents for MoBa researchers
Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)
MoBa has conducted a Data Protection Impact Assessment in accordance with the new Personal Data Act, which has been approved by the Data Protection Officer at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. The document describes and assesses the processing of personal data in MoBa. It is currently only available in Norwegian.
- Data Protection Impact Assessment for MoBa (in Norwegian)
Questionnaires and data files
Agreement and admission documents
The MoBa agreement and admission documents describe how to access and use data and biological material from MoBa for research purposes. The documents include the MoBa statutes, the MoBa guidelines and the agreement with the Standard terms and conditions.
Variable list and biological material form
The form should be filled out and submitted with the application for data and/or biological material from MoBa.
The 'Variable list' is available in two versions. The normal version should be used as an attachment to applications submitted via Helsedata.no. Full version should be submitted if the application form on FHI.no - Access to data is used. The application form on FHI.no should only be used for applicants who do not have a Norwegian electronic ID.
The 'MoBa biological material form' is only available in one version.
Approval of manuscripts for publication
All MoBa articles must go through an administrative approval from the MoBa management group to ensure that the analyses are performed according to the approved application and that MoBa is described correctly. Here is the checklist that should be sent in with the article.
- MoBa publication guidelines (information and checklist)
Changes to existing application
If you need to make changes to a project that is already approved by the MoBa administration please fill out the following document and send it to email@example.com:
- Application for change of approved MoBa projects (Word file)
Pricelist for data and biological data from the Mother, Father and Child Cohort Study (MoBa)