Background and activities

Emil Øversveen is a post-doctoral research fellow at NTNU. His research interests include social inequality, health inequalities, medical technology, the welfare state and institutional norms, as well as general sociological and methodological issues. Øversveen is currently associated with CHAIN and the Unequal Childhood project.

Scientific, academic and artistic work

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2022

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2017

  • Øversveen, Emil. (2017) Examining the discourse behind the Norwegian strategy to reduce social inequalities in health. Den norske helsesosiologikonferansen ; 2017-04-28 - 2017-04-29.
  • Øversveen, Emil. (2017) Flattening the gradient: Examining the discourse behind the Norwegian strategy to reduce social inequalities in health. BSA Medsoc 2017 . British Sociological Association; York. 2017-09-13 - 2017-09-15.
  • Øversveen, Emil. (2017) Fremmed i Nav. Arbeidslinja i praksis. Vinterseminaret 2017 . Sosiologiforeningen; Geilo. 2017-02-03 - 2017-02-05.
  • Øversveen, Emil; Eikemo, Terje Andreas. (2017) Brystkreft og sosial ulikhet i helse: Kan medisinske framskritt bidra til å gjøre samfunnet mer ulikt?. Bestpractice Onkologi/Hematologi. vol. 34 (7).
  • Øversveen, Emil; Rydland, Håvard T.; Bambra, Clare; Eikemo, Terje Andreas. (2017) Rethinking the relationship between socio-economic status and health: Making the case for sociological theory in health inequality research. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. vol. 45 (2).