Background and activities
ABOUT RESEARCH AND TEACHING
- Family studies of lifestyle, health, and disase across generations
- Life course epidemiology; early life exposure and later disease risk
- Modifyable factors in chronic diseases epidemiology, with particular focus on physical activity
Publications in PubMed
- Epidemiology, research methods, and statistics
- Physical activity and health
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
- (2017) The influence of multisite pain and psychological comorbidity on prognosis of chronic low back pain: longitudinal data from the Norwegian HUNT Study. BMJ Open.
- (2017) Adiposity, physical activity and risk of diabetes mellitus: Prospective data from the population-based HUNT study, Norway. BMJ Open. vol. 7 (1).
- (2016) Psychosocial work stress, leisure time physical exercise and the risk of chronic pain in the neck/shoulders: Longitudinal data from the Norwegian HUNT Study. International Journal of Occupational Medicine and Environmental Health. vol. 29 (4).
- (2016) Familial Risk of Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain and the Importance of Physical Activity and Body Mass Index: Prospective Data from the HUNT Study, Norway. PLoS ONE. vol. 11 (4).
- (2016) Long-Term Changes in Musculoskeletal Pain Sites in the General Population: The HUNT Study. Journal of Pain. vol. 17 (11).
- (2016) Does existential unease' predict adult multimorbidity? Analytical cohort study on embodiment based on the Norwegian HUNT population. BMJ Open. vol. 6:e011602 (11).
- (2016) Tilvistarvandi og streituvaldandi umhverfi sem mögulegur forspárþáttur fyrir fjölveikindi fullorðinna. Vísindaþing heimilislækna Reykjavík 7.- 8. október 2016, Reykjavik.
- (2016) Transgenerational effects of parental cardiovascular disease and risk factors on offspring mortality: Family-linkage data from the HUNT Study, Norway. European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. vol. 23 (2).
- (2015) Association of body mass index with depression, anxiety and suicide - An instrumental variable analysis of the HUNT study. PLoS ONE. vol. 10 (7).
- (2015) Leisure-time physical activity and disability pension: 9 years follow-up of the HUNT Study, Norway. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. vol. 25 (6).
- (2015) Neck/upper back and low back pain in parents and their adult offspring: Family linkage data from the Norwegian HUNT Study. European Journal of Pain. vol. 19 (6).
- (2015) Glycaemic control in people with diabetes influences the beneficial role of physical activity on cardiovascular mortality. Prospective data from the HUNT Study, Norway. Primary Care Diabetes. vol. 9 (6).
- (2015) Cancer risk in people with diabetes: Does physical activity and adiposity modify the association? Prospective data from the HUNT Study, Norway. Journal of diabetes and its complications. vol. 29 (2).
- (2015) Blood pressure and mortality: using offspring blood pressure as an instrument for own blood pressure in the HUNT study. Scientific Reports. vol. 5.
- (2014) Hours lying down per day and mortality from all-causes and cardiovascular disease: the HUNT Study, Norway. European Journal of Epidemiology. vol. 29 (8).
- (2014) Lung function and respiratory symptoms in association with mortality: The HUNT study. COPD: Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. vol. 11 (1).
- (2014) Parental chronic pain in relation to chronic pain in their adult offspring: Family-linkage within the HUNT Study, Norway. BMC Public Health. vol. 14 (1).
- (2014) The adverse association of diabetes with risk of first acute myocardial infarction is modified by physical activity and body mass index: prospective data from the HUNT Study, Norway. Diabetologia. vol. 58 (1).
- (2014) Sleep problems, exercise and obesity and risk of chronic musculoskeletal pain: The Norwegian HUNT study. European Journal of Public Health. vol. 24 (6).
- (2014) Comparison of father-offspring and mother-offspring associations of cardiovascular risk factors: Family linkage within the population-based HUNT Study, Norway. International Journal of Epidemiology. vol. 43 (3).