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Tarjei Widding-Havneraas

PhD Candidate
  • E-mailTarjei.Widding-Havneras@uib.no
  • Visitor Address
    Haukeland Universitetssykehus Laboratoriebygget, 7. etg. Heis øst
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7804
    5020 Bergen
Academic article
  • Show author(s) 2021. Causal modelling of variation in clinical practice and long-term outcomes of ADHD using Norwegian registry data: The ADHD controversy project. BMJ Open. 1-13.
  • Show author(s) 2020. The role of welfare regimes in the relationship between childhood economic stress and adult health: a multilevel study of 20 European countries. SSM - Population Health. 1-9.
  • Show author(s) 2019. A meta-regression of the impact of policy on the efficacy of individual placement and support. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica. 1-15.
  • Show author(s) 2016. Unge voksne som verken er i arbeid eller utdanning : en registerbasert studie, 1993-2009. Søkelys på arbeidslivet. 360-378.
  • Show author(s) 2019. The prescription rate for ADHD-medication varies among children and young people’s psychiatric out-patient clinics (BUP): Which prescription rate gives best prognosis?
  • Show author(s) 2019. Suicide can be prevented by training GPs: Evidence for effectiveness from a nation-wide naturalistic controlled trial.
  • Show author(s) 2018. Effects of medication on long-term outcomes in children and adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
  • Show author(s) 2017. Karrieremuligheter for sosiologer i helsesektoren.
  • Show author(s) 2016. Nye sosiale risikoer i den norske velferdsstaten?
Academic lecture
  • Show author(s) 2019. Potential outcomes and instrumental variables: An introduction.
  • Show author(s) 2018. Causal inference in observational data: Potential outcomes and its applications.
Reader opinion piece
  • Show author(s) 2018. Statistisk teori og kausalitet i metodeundervisning. sosiologen.no.
Book review
  • Show author(s) 2017. Forbi arv og miljø. sosiologen.no.
Academic literature review
  • Show author(s) 2021. Preference-based instrumental variables in health research rely on important and underreported assumptions: a systematic review. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.

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