Background and activities
Eivind Schjelderup Skarpsno is a phd-candidate at the Department of Public Health and General Practice. He is a part of the research groups “Musculoskeletal Research” and “Epidemiology and Medical Statistics”. He is also a university lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and EPINOR representative (National Research School in Population Based Epidemiology).
- Sleep problems
- Chronic musculoskeletal pain
- Epidemiology focusing on lifestyle factors
- Occupational research
- The optimal balance between physical behaviours and sleep among workers
- The influence of insomnia on prognosis of chronic pain
- Sleep problems, c-reactive protein and chronic musculoskeletal pain
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2018) Concurrent changes in physical activity and body weight in relation to all-cause and cardiovascular mortality: the HUNT Study. Norsk Epidemiologi, Supplement. vol. 28.
- (2018) Objectively measured occupational and leisure-time physical activity: cross-sectional associations with sleep problems. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health. vol. 44 (2).
- (2018) The joint association of musculoskeletal pain and domains of physical activity with sleep problems: cross-sectional data from the DPhacto study, Denmark. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health.
- (2018) Physical work exposure, chronic musculoskeletal pain and risk of insomnia: longitudinal data from the HUNT study, Norway. Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
- (2017) Sleep positions and nocturnal body movements based on free-living accelerometer recordings: association with demographics, lifestyle, and insomnia symptoms. Nature and Science of Sleep. vol. 9.
- (2017) Do physical activity and body mass index modify the association between chronic musculoskeletal pain and insomnia? Longitudinal data from the HUNT study, Norway. Journal of Sleep Research. vol. 27.