The Centre for Intervention Science in Maternal and Child Health is a Norwegian Centre of Excellence and will work to improve maternal and child health.
- Bjørnevik K, et.al Sun exposure and multiple sclerosis risk in Norway and Italy: The EnvIMS study. Mult Scler. Jan 2014
- Hanssen VM, et.al High prevalence of respiratory and dermal symptoms among Ethiopian flower farm workers. Arch Environ Occup Health. Jan 2014
- Mori AT, et.al The role of evidence in the decision-making process of selecting essential medicines in developing countries: the case of Tanzania. PLoS One. Jan 2014
Thinking of buying someone a bunch of roses? Maybe you should think again.
And if they do, how and why do they work?
Selection of essential medicines in Tanzania is currently based more on experience and subjective criteria than on evidence.
The results of a study comparing groups in Norway and Italy have shown that sun exposure in childhood and adolescence may lower the risk of later developing Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
New PhD course
New course for PhD candidates, with Allen Wilcox from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIH), USA.
IGS in the media
- Rettferd og helseprioriteringar (06.03.14)
- Nicholls to Host Science Olympiad March 15 (21.02.14)
- Magnesium may protect against hip fractures (19.02.14)
- Increased fairness in priority setting processes within the health sector: the case of Kapiri-Mposhi District, Zambia (19.02.14)
- No increased risk of stillbirth and infant mortality when a pregnant woman uses SSRI drugs (14.02.14)