Recent Submissions

  • Ungdommers erfaring med nyoppdaget diabetes 1. En kvalitativ studie 

    Albertini Früh, Elena; Misvær, Nina; Helseth, Sølvi (Nordisk sygeplejeforskning;Årgang 11, nr. 4-2021, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11-25)
    Bakgrunn: Å få en kronisk sykdom som diabetes er utfordrende og stiller krav til ungdommer som rammes. Eksempler er svingende blodsukkerverdier og psykososiale utfordringer som kan påvirke etterfølgelse av behandlingen. ...
  • 'Keeping up appearances' - Negotiating identities of being fit in older age: A multi-site ethnographic study of daily life in contemporary day centres 

    Øye, Christine; Norvoll, Reidun; Vabø, Mia (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    Abstract As governments adapt to ‘active ageing’ policies, care services are increasingly oriented towards helping older adults to stay active in order to maintain their physiological and cognitive capacity. Day centres ...
  • The tension between carrying a burden and feeling like a burden: a qualitative study of informal caregivers’ and care recipients’ experiences after patient discharge from hospital 

    Lilleheie, Ingvild; Debesay, Jonas; Bye, Asta; Bergland, Astrid (International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being;Volume 16, 2021 - Issue 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-12-20)
    Purpose: The number of people aged 80 and above is projected to triple over the next 30 years. Expanding public expenditure on long-term care services has made policies encouraged informal caregiving. Burden of care describes ...
  • Allele-specific expression of Parkinson’s disease susceptibility genes in human brain 

    Langmyhr, Margrete; Henriksen, Sandra Pilar; Cappelletti, Chiara; van de Berg, Wilma D. J.; Pihlstrøm, Lasse; Toft, Mathias (Scientific Reports;11, Article number: 504 (2021), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-01-12)
    Genome-wide association studies have identifed genetic variation in genomic loci associated with susceptibility to Parkinson’s disease (PD), the most common neurodegenerative movement disorder worldwide. We used allelic ...
  • Prediction of cloud fractional cover using machine learning 

    Svennevik, Hanna; Riegler, Michael A.; Hicks, Steven; Storelvmo, Trude; Hammer, Hugo L. (Big Data and Cognitive Computing;Volume 5 / Issue 4, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11-03)
    Climate change is stated as one of the largest issues of our time, resulting in many unwanted effects on life on earth. Cloud fractional cover (CFC), the portion of the sky covered by clouds, might affect global warming ...
  • ‘Embracing is the most important thing we can do’ – Caring for the family members of patients at risk of suicide 

    Vatne, May Elise; Lohne, Vibeke; Nåden, Dagfinn (International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being;Volume 16, 2021 - Issue 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11-21)
    Aim: This study explores mental health personnel's experiences in the encounter with family members of patients at risk of suicide so as to develop a deeper understanding of the content of caring. Methodology: Data were ...
  • Changes in maternal cortisol, cortisol binding globulin and cortisone levels following diagnosis of fetal anomaly 

    Bekkhus, Mona; Haugen, Guttorm Nils; Braithwaite, Elizabeth; Bollerslev, Jens; Godang, Kristin; Thorsby, Per Medbøe; Kaasen, Anne (Psychoneuroendocrinology;Volume 135, January 2022, 105574, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-10-23)
    The diagnosis of fetal anomaly can be a major stressor to the expectant mother. Current understanding of the relationship between psychological stress and cortisol in pregnancy is limited. This study examined: (1) differences ...
  • A Sámi media system? 

    Rasmussen, Torkel; Sara, Inker-Anni; Krøvel, Roy (Nordicom Review;Volume 42 (2021): Issue s2 (March 2021), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03-26)
    In this article, we propose a history of Sámi journalism and news media as a step in the direction of analysing the existing media system in Sápmi. Numerous Sámi activists and organisations have contributed to the establishment ...
  • Associations between occupational therapy students’ academic performance and their study approaches and perceptions of the learning environment 

    Bonsaksen, Tore; Magne, Trine A; Stigen, Linda; Gramstad, Astrid; Åsli, Lene Angel; Mørk, Gry; Johnson, Susanne Grødem; Carstensen, Tove (BMC Medical Education;21, Article number: 496 (2021), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-18)
    Background: Relationships between students’ academic performance and their employed study approaches have been studied extensively. However, research using study approaches and learning environment factors as concurrent ...
  • Deep Learning for Classifying Physical Activities from Accelerometer Data 

    Nunavath, Vimala; Johansen, Sahand; Johannessen, Tommy Sandtorv; Jiao, Lei; Hansen, Bjørge Hermann; Stølevik, Sveinung Berntsen; Goodwin, Morten (Sensors;Volume 21 / Issue 16, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-08-18)
    Physical inactivity increases the risk of many adverse health conditions, including the world’s major non-communicable diseases, such as coronary heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and breast and colon cancers, shortening ...
  • Children Fleeing Domestic Violence to Emergency Accommodations: Education Rights and Experiences 

    Selvik, Sabreen; Thjømøe, Cathrine (Journal of Family Violence;36 (2021), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-06-25)
    Domestic violence forces many families to fee to emergency accommodations. This article focuses on children’s experiences of schooling and life at confdential addresses, and to what extent their legal right to education ...
  • Classification of Individual Finger Movements from Right Hand Using fNIRS Signal 

    Khan, Haroon; Noori, Farzan Majeed; Yazidi, Anis; Uddin, Md Zia; Khan, M.N Afzal; Mirtaheri, Peyman (Sensors;Volume 21 / Issue 23, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11-28)
    Functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is a comparatively new noninvasive, portable, and easy-to-use brain imaging modality. However, complicated dexterous tasks such as individual finger-tapping, particularly using ...
  • Whose stories are told and who is made responsible? Human-interest framing in health journalism in Norway, Spain, the U.K. and the U.S. 

    Figenschou, Tine Ustad; Thorbjørnsrud, Kjersti; Hallin, Daniel C. (Journalism - Theory, Practice & Criticism;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-08-25)
    Human-interest narratives are journalistic tools to captivate and engage the audience, influence public opinion and bring revenue to media organizations. This paper analyses how human-interest narratives are used in ...
  • Increased COVID-19 testing rates following combined door-to-door and mobile testing facility campaigns in Oslo, Norway, a difference-in-difference analysis 

    Vinjerui, Kristin Hestmann; Elgersma, Ingeborg Hess; Fretheim, Atle (International Journal of Environmental Research and PuInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH);Volume 18 / Issue 21, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-10-21)
    High testing rates limit COVID-19 transmission. Attempting to increase testing rates, Stovner District in Oslo, Norway, combined door-to-door campaigns with easy access testing facilities. We studied the intervention’s ...
  • The Cynical University: Gamified subjectivity in Norwegian academia 

    Kuldova, Tereza Østbø (Ephemera : Theory and Politics in Organization;Volume 21, number 3, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-08)
    Norwegian academia is increasingly subject to governance by numbers. A mixture of New Public Management, corporate governance and the power wielded by management-consultant firms underpins this ‘triumph of numbers’ intended ...
  • Fire typer ungdomsliv: Ressurser, relasjoner og stedets betydning 

    Eriksen, Ingunn Marie; Stefansen, Kari; Ødegård, Guro (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2021-11-18)
    This chapter investigates how young people’s “projects of the self” – their self-presentations and orientations towards the future – are shaped by economic, cultural and relational capital, as well as place. What does ...
  • Reforming mixed operation schedule for electric buses and traditional fuel buses by an optimal framework 

    Duan, Mengyuan; Qi, Geqi; Guan, Wei; Lu, Chaoru; Xie, Dongfan (IET Intelligent Transport Systems;Volume 15, Issue 10, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-07-03)
    Bus scheduling plays a significant role in public transportation and supports the sustainable development of transportation systems. Challenges are beginning to appear with the newly emerging electric buses (EBs), as ...
  • En plaget ungdomsgenerasjon? 

    Madsen, Ole Jacob; von Soest, Tilmann (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2021-11-18)
    In this chapter we present an overview of the prevalence of and trends in psychological distress among Norwegian adolescents, including self-reported symptoms of anxiety and depression. We specifically highlight Ungdata ...
  • Introducing Flipped Classroom Supervision: Challenging Physiotherapy Teachers’ Beliefs about Teaching 

    Røe, Yngve; Rowe, Michael; Ødegaard, Nina Bjerketveit; Dahl-Michelsen, Tone (UNIPED;Årgang 44, nr. 4-2021,, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11-12)
    Despite efforts to increase the implementation of active teaching and learning in higher education, teaching approaches based on information transfer are still dominant. The slow adoption has been attributed to reluctance ...
  • Trafikkulykker og alkohol i Malawi 

    Christophersen, Asbjørg S.; Wyller, Elin H.; Sundet, Mads; Bogstrand, Stig Tore; Gjerde, Hallvard (Research report, 2021-03-16)
    Målet med studien var å undersøke omfang av alkoholpåvirkning blant trafikanter som ble skadet i trafikkulykker i Malawis hovedstad Lilongwe og å registrere ulykkeomstendigheter. Dette er den første studien som har samlet ...

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