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  1. ILC POPs - Important dates

    Overview of important dates

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  2. Seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 in the Norwegian population measured in residual sera collected in April/May 2020 and August 2019

    This is the first study measuring antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 in serum samples collected systematically from various geographical regions in Norway and covering all age groups.

    Report

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  3. Abdominal aorta aneurysm (AAA) screening of men aged 65

    In this HTA we have assessed the clinical effectiveness of screening all 65-years old men for AAA in Norway by updating an earlier HTA report from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

    Health technology assessment

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  4. Malawi: Knowledge to curb the increase in traffic injuries

    While the number of traffic injuries and fatalities are decreasing in high-income countries, they are increasing significantly in low-income countries. Malawi is one of the worst-case countries.

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  5. Digitalization of health data from military conscription – a pilot project

    In this pilot project, the Norwegian Armed Forces and the Norwegian Institute of Public Health digitized historical health information from military medical examinations of 17 364 men born in 1950.

    Report

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  6. The Gro Harlem Brundtland Visiting Scholarship 2021

    Read more about the requirements. The application deadline for 2021 Scholarships is September 30, 2020

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  7. Youth Involvement

    True and lasting positive impact on youth health needs to include young peoples input, perspectives and leadership.

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  8. Policies

    CO-CREATE will contribute to the evidence and infrastructure for local and national policy changes that will support healthier weight development.

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  9. MOVING was launched

  10. NIPH's Global Health Preparedness Programme supports COVID-19 response in target countries

    In March 2020, NIPH has quickly readjusted support for International Health Regulation Regulations long-term implementation projects in four partner countries to support COVID-19 response.

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  11. Social and economic vulnerable groups during the COVID-19 pandemic

    We have tried to identify any reported associations between increased severity of COVID-19 disease, and infection rates in populations postulated to be socially or economic vulnerable.

    Note

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  12. Emergency placement in residential childcare institutions

    We summarised research from 2010-2019 on measures (strategies, approaches, offers, methods, service components etc.) related to residential emergency care placement of children and youth.

    Mapping review

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  13. NIPH stops collection of personal data in Smittestopp

    All data collected by the Smittestopp app will be deleted and further collection will cease after a notification of a ban from the Norwegian Data Protection Authority.

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  14. MoBa publication guidelines

    Articles based on MoBa must be approved before publication.

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  15. Should individuals in the community without respiratory symptoms wear facemasks to reduce the spread of COVID-19?

    This is a rapid review of the knowledge base for using face mask, by people in the community to reduce the spread of covid-19.

    Note

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  16. Videos

    Empowering young people to generate a healthier society is at the heart of CO-CREATE. Young people are the next generation of adults, policy makers, parents – they are the future.

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  17. Quality care in residential childcare institutions

    We examined research from 2010-2019 on interventions, methods and strategies focusing on quality care for children and youth living in residential care institutions.

    Mapping review

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  18. About PainFACT

    PainFACT’s main objective is to identify the causal mechanisms associating chronic pain and hyperalgesia with anxiety, depression, fatigue and cardiovascular disease and multimorbidity.

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  19. Our work

    To acieve our overall aim of identifying molecular mechanisms of pain related disorders, we have organized our work into 8 work packages (WP1-WP8).

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  20. Our team

    To achieve the objectives of PainFACT we have on board a solid team of partner institutions, collaborators and personnel with leading expertise within their respective fields.

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