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  1. Report

    Commonwealth Fund’s population survey in 11 countries: Norwegian results in 2016 and changes over time

    The Commonwealth Fund’s annual international survey of health systems in 2016 shows that it is easier to get health care out of hours in Norway than in the other countries.

  2. Report

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

  3. Report

    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.

  4. Report

    Patient safety and quality in the health service in 2014 and changes over time: study based in Gallup Panel

    The report shows the results from the fourth measurement of patient safety and quality carried out in GallupPanelet.

  5. Report

    Commonwealth Fund survey of persons aged 55 years or more: Results from Norway and ten other countries

    Norway is participating in the Commonwealth Funds annual international survey of health systems. The target group for questions in 2014 was adults aged 55 years or more.

  6. PasOpp-rapport

    Inpatients’ experience with specialist mental health care. Results from a large scale survey in 2014

  7. Research overview

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

  8. Report

    User evaluation of the Norwegian blood donor form

    The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services was commissioned by the Directorate of Health (Helsedirektoratet) to evaluate the Norwegian blood donor questionnaire.

  9. Report

    Norway – Health system review

    The Health Systems in Transition (HiT) series consists of country-based reviews that provide a detailed description of a health system in a specific country.

  10. PasOpp-rapport

    Inpatients’ experiences with somatic hospitals in 2013. Local results.

  11. PasOpp-rapport

    Inpatients’ experiences with Norwegian hospitals: National results in 2013

  12. PasOpp-rapport

    General practitioners’ assessment of community mental health centres. Results per institution.

  13. PasOpp-rapport

    User experiences of pregnancy, birth and postnatal care. National results

  14. PasOpp-rapport

    Inpatients experiences with somatic hospitals in 2011. Results for health regions and health enterprises

  15. PasOpp-rapport

    Inpatients’ experiences with interdisciplinary treatment for substance dependence – results from a national survey 2013

  16. PasOpp-rapport

    User experiences with Norwegian casualty clinics: results from a survey among seven casualty clinics (“The Watchtowers”)

  17. Report

    Commonwealth Fund survey among primary care physicians in 10 countries: Norwegian results in 2012 and development since 2009

    The Commonwealth Fund-survey 2012 shows that Norwegian primary care physicians are more positive to the health care system and have a higher job satisfaction than the average.

  18. Report

    Users’ experiences with coordinated health services – a review of relevant measurement instruments

    The purpose of this literature search has been to find relevant and validated instruments about coordinated health services.

  19. Report

    The 2011 Commonwealth Fund survey among sicker adults: Results from a comparative survey in 11 countries

    This is the 3rd time Norway participate in Commonwealth Fund’s International Health Policy survey. Here we present the Norwegian results and compare them to the other countries or group of countries.

  20. Report

    Patients' experiences with GP - a review of relevant measurement instruments

    Literature review to find relevant and validated instruments to measure the patients’ and / or guardians’ experiences with general practitioners.