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  1. Long-term antipsychotic treatment of persons with schizophrenia spectrum disorders: a systematic review

    The objective for this systematic review is to summarize the effects and adverse effects of treatment for two years or longer with antipsychotics in patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders.

    Systematic review

    Published

  2. Decrease in new type 2 diabetes cases in Norway

    There are fewer new patients with type 2 diabetes. The number of newly diagnosed cases declined from more than 16 000 in 2009 to 11 000 in 2014.

    Research findings

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  3. Development stages of the knee and ankle by CT and MR imaging for estimation of chronological age

  4. Autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (AHSCT) for Diffuse Systemic Sclerosis. Health Technology Assessment

    AHSCT is suggested for rapid and severe development of diffuse systemic sclerosis. We have summarized the effect and safety, conducted a cost analysis and discussed ethics related to the treatment.

    Health technology assessment

    Published

  5. Adults need booster vaccines every ten years

    Not all the vaccines we are given as children give lifelong protection. Some of the vaccines need booster doses in adulthood to maintain protection against disease.

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  6. When will your child be offered vaccines?

    Here is an overview of when your child will be offered vaccines as part of the Childhood Immunisation Programme.

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  7. Why is vaccination so important?

    A vaccine activates our immune system without making us sick. Many dangerous infectious diseases can be prevented in this simple and effective way.

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  8. Before and after vaccination

    Before the vaccination, the public health nurse will ask whether the child is healthy and if there were any reactions after previous vaccines. Most children show little or no reactions to vaccines.

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  9. Vaccine against tuberculosis (BCG)

    Children in defined risk groups are offered the vaccine in infancy.

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  10. Vaccine against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis and poliomyelitis

    Children in 2nd grade (about 7 years) and 10th grade (about 15 years) are offered the vaccine for diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis and poliomyelitis.

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  11. Vaccine against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR vaccine)

    Children are offered the MMR vaccine against measles, mumps and rubella at the age of 15 months and in 6th grade (approximately 11 years).

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  12. Vaccine against pneumococcal disease

    Children are offered a vaccine against pneumococcal disease at their 3-, 5- and 12-month check-ups at the public health centre.

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  13. Vaccine against HPV (human papilloma virus)

    The HPV vaccine has been offered to girls in 7th grade since the 2009/2010 school year. From autumn 2018, boys will also be offered the vaccine.

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  14. Vaccine against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis, Hib-infection and hepatitis B

    At 3, 5 and 12 months, children are offered a vaccine against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis, Hib infection and hepatitis B at the public health clinic.

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  15. Vaccine against rotavirus disease

    Rotavirus is the cause of approximately half of the cases of diarrhoea and vomiting in infants and toddlers. The virus transmits very easily.

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  16. Support for housing adjustments for the elderly and adults with physical disabilities: a systematic mapping review

    A systematic mapping review of empirical research about support provided for housing adjustments to increase the possibility amongst the elderly and physically disabled to continue living at home.

    Research overview

    Published

  17. Approaches to reduce welfare- and insurance fraud: A systematic mapping review

    This is a systematic mapping review to identify and describe all research about efforts to prevent and identify welfare- and insurance fraud.

    Research overview

    Published

  18. Digital interventions for couples with relationship problems: a systematic review

    We conducted a systematic review on the effects and the experiences with digital interventions for couples who do not want to attend therapy or counselling, individually or in a group.

    Systematic review

    Published

  19. The youth obesity challenge

    CO-CREATE kicked off with an official opening and project meeting in Oslo on June 27 and 28 in Oslo.

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  20. Meningococcal disease: Short way from harmless bacteria to major epidemics

    With just two gene mutations, harmless bacteria transform into a strain that could cause major epidemics in Niger and Nigeria. This is shown by a research study at the Norwegian Institute of Public

    Research findings

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