Sogn Arena (kart)
Klaus Torgårds vei 3, 2. etg
Rett og mulighet til å delta i forebyggende folkehelsetiltak kan være vel så viktig som å kunne gjøre et informert valg om å avstå. Michael Bretthauer og Mette Kalager ved Klinisk effektforskning publiserte i dag en lederartikkel i tidsskriftet Annals of Internal Medicine, der de belyser nye sider ved sosial ulikhet i folkehelseprogrammer.
Our research group seeks to generate evidence for improving health systems and global collective action for health. We examine priorities, strategies, and institutions critical to health systems strengthening, development assistance, and health security and transnational threats.
Our group performs research on pregnancy complications, gynaecological cancer and urogynaecology.
Risk of colorectal cancer in inflammatory bowel disease
– a multinational cohort study.
The goal of this research group is to generate knowledge of the mechanisms and consequences of trauma, patient care, trends and challenges in treatment and rehabilitation, including the patient's healthcare needs, with the main focus being on traumatic brain injuries (TBIs).
The research group generates knowledge about factors and mechanisms contributing to development of chronic, painful conditions within the musculoskeletal system - and effective treatment and rehabilitation strategies, which can reduce malfunction and promote participation and work
The research group aims to address suicide and deliberate self-harm with data from Norwegian registers. Such large scale population studies could provide rich insights to inform national strategies for effective treatment and prevention.
Gruppen forsker på årsaker og risikofaktorer ved selvmord og selvskading, og utvikler og evaluerer behandlingsmetoder på dette feltet.
The research group studies causes and risk factors for suicide and self-harming behaviour, and evaluates and develops treatment methods.
The project is aimed at optimizing resource-use within preventive health services for HPV-related disease, while simultaneously ensuring that these strategies continue to maximize health by reducing morbidity and mortality.
The EPoS-project is addressing one of the most important challenges in the prevention of colorectal cancer; the surveillance of patients that have had colorectal polyps removed (polypectomy). The study is conducted by leading researchers within gastroenterology, epidemiology and biostatistics from Europe and the United States.
The Research Group is conducting large randomized trials and observation studies to test and compare diagnostic and therapeutic clinical interventions in different areas of clinical medicine. The overarching goal is to find out what works and what does not. More than 300,000 patients are currently enrolled in studies run by the group.
OMT is a long-term treatment of heroin addiction using drugs together with psychosocial interventions.
We study the immunology of T and B lymphocytes, and their impact on autoimmune diseases and immunosurveillance of cancer. We also aim at developing more powerful vaccines.