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The NORMA research group at SERAF (Norwegian Offender Mental Health and Addiction Study) looked at how prisoners changed various health-related behaviors during incarceration, in the absence of specific interventions.
In a recent ambulance study, 1054 non-fatal opioid overdoses in central Oslo were examined to understand if opening hours at a safe injection facility affected these overdoses, and what role the overdose location may have on severity and ambulance transport.
Does being lonely after completing alcohol treatment make you more likely to relapse? This is one of the questions discussed by SERAF researcher Ley Muller and colleagues from the University of Southern Denmark in a new qualitative paper published in Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly.
In a new article published in Addiction, researchers from SERAF and FHI examined possession and use of naloxone following the implementation of a large-scale naloxone distribution program.
A Nordic expert group has published a review of treatment options and recommendations for individuals dependent on prescription opioid pain medications.
SERAF and ProLAR have published the first scientific article that reports patient satisfaction and side effects of all three OMT medications, from a survey answered by more than 1,000 patients. ProLAR designed and implemented the survey, and SERAF helped analyze the data.