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  1. 76,000 elderly people were dispensed at least 15 medicines during 2017

    Drug use among the elderly has increased year-on-year. In 2017, approximately 76,000 elderly people living at home were dispensed at least 15 prescription drugs, 570,000 were dispensed five or more.

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  2. Drug consumption statistics 2018:2 Norwegian Prescription Database 2013–2017

    The theme of this report is drug use among the elderly. It includes comprehensive information about the number of people who were dispensed drugs from pharmacies in Norway in the last five years.

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  3. The MicraTM Transcatheter Pacing System, a leadless pacemaker, in patients indicated for single-chamber ventricular pacemaker implantation: A single technology assessment

    In this single technology assessment, we assessed a leadless pacemaker for patients indicated for single-chamber ventricular pacemaker implantation.

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  4. Podcast: How children are fighting misinformation

    This BBC documentary shows how ten-year-olds can learn critical thinking and to separate fact from fallacy. It is based on a study by the Centre for Informed Health Studies.

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  5. Film: Understanding risk

    Professor David Spiegelhalter from the Winston Centre for Risk and Evidence gave a lecture about risk communication at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health in January 2018.

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  6. Exercise for people with severe mental illness

    We evaluated the effect of exercise for people with severe mental illness.

    Systematic review

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  7. Our work

    The project is organised into 10 work packages.

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  8. Effectiveness of shunt treatment for persons with idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus

    We were commissioned to find and summarize key findings from systematic reviews about the effects of shunts in the treatment of idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus.

    Research overview

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  9. Workshop on health preparedness in Oslo

    Palestinian visitors were in May shown how Norway work with risk communication, infection control, disease surveillance and laboratory safety, and experiences were shared between the two countries.

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  10. Limited weight change in pregnant women with obesity: a systematic review

    This report is a systematic review of the effects of lifestyle interventions aiming for low weight gain (< 5 kg) or weight loss for pregnant women with pre-pregnant BMI ≥ 30.

    Systematic review

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  11. Effectiveness of mastectomy for women with breast cancer: evidence base for a shared decision making tool

    We were commissioned to identify and summarize key findings from systematic reviews about the effects of mastectomy for women with small breast cancer tumour.

    Research overview

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  12. About the CO-CREATE study

    CO-CREATE aims to prevent overweight and obesity in adolescents by providing knowledge and infrastructure on policies to support making the healthiest choices the preferred ones.

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  13. Is low fertility a problem?

    A brief discussion by Øystein Kravdal of what kind of individual-level arguments that might be relevant

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  14. The Gro Harlem Brundtland Visiting Scholarship

    The visiting scholar program hosts young researchers from Norway and abroad.

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  15. Which signs that can be observed by personnel in kindergartens and schools might be associated with maltreatment of children? A systematic overview of reviews

  16. Language teaching for adult immigrants with little or no schooling: a systematic review of effect studies

    There is a lack of summarised evidence of which language teaching methods are most effective for adult immigrants with little or no schooling. We were commissioned to make a systematic review.

    Systematic review

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  17. Rabies among polar foxes on Hopen, Svalbard

    Rabies has been detected in a polar fox on Hopen, an island in the Svalbard archipelago. To date, rabies has never been detected in humans in Svalbard.

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  18. NIPH to lead European adolescent obesity project

    An international research project has begun to investigate how society can help adolescents to choose a healthy diet and an active lifestyle.

    Research findings

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  19. Associations between parenting styles and child outcomes: Systematic literature search with sorting

    We were commissioned to make a systematic literature search with sorting on Associations between parenting styles and child outcomes.

    Systematic reference list

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  20. Travel advice for pilgrims to Mecca (Hajj and Umrah)

    If you intend to make the pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj), allow sufficient time for vaccination before you travel. Take precautions with food, water and hygiene to reduce the risk of becoming ill.

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