Guidelines for administration and use of research data from the HUNT study

Guidelines for administration and use of research data from the HUNT study

The purpose of The HUNT Study is to be a provider of material to be used in research on antecedents and consequences of health and disease from a public health perspective. The research material should be utilized to its best potential. HUNT research material is available for qualified researchers affiliated with a Norwegian research institute. Access can be granted to researchers located outside of Norway in collaboration with a Principle Investigator from a Norwegian research institute.

Read our guidelines from the link in the box on the right

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HUNT Research Centre is a part of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Department of Public Health and Nursing

HUNT Research Centre
Forskningsveien 2
7600 Levanger

+47 7407 5180 / +47 7401 9240

if no answer: +47 91683253 
hunt@medisin.ntnu.no

During the period with Covid-19 precautions, HUNT Research Centre has fewer people physically present. If you do not reach us by telephone, please send an e-mail. 
The building is closed for visitors during this time.

July 20th til August 7th many of us will take a holiday break and we have no capacity for answering phone calls. The response time for e-mail may be longer during this period. 

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