Department of Public Health and Nursing
Social Epidemiology, Work and Health Research
- The Nord-Trøndelag Health Study (The HUNT Study): the HUNT4 Survey (2017-19) – data collection.
- Contact: Steinar Krokstad.
- Stressful life events in childhood and adolescence and later risk for psychological distress and reduced labor participation.
- Contact: Kristine Pape
- The consequences of obesity - use of instrumental variables and Mendelian randomization to study complex causal mechanisms with observational data
- Contact: Gunnhild Åberge Vi
- MINDMAP Promoting mental wellbeing in the ageing urban population: determinants, policies and interventions in European cities (H2020 project).
- Heal-Tech. Health Inequalities and Technology Project.
- Determinants of longevity and healthy aging. The HUNT study, Norway
- Contact: Steinar Krokstad/Siri H. Storeng
- Leisure time cultural activities in the population; mortality, morbidity, sickness absence and use of health care - cohort analyses from the HUNT3 Survey (2006-08). The HUNT Study, Norway
- Psychiatric epidemiology
- Contact: Johan Håkon Bjørngaard
- Occupational medicine
- Contact person: Bjørn Hilt
- Psychosocial work factors and mental health in Norwegian farmers during three decades
- Return-to-work rehabilitation programs for musculoskeletal pain and common mental health disorders; a randomized controlled trial with nested qualitative studies
- Workplace intervention added to in-patient occupational Rehabilitation
- The relationship between unemployment and health
- Musculoskeletal pain in relation to risk of disability pension, and the possible modifying role of physical workload
- Darlings and disability - perceived health in couples and disability pension receipt