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Centre for Elderly and Nursing Home Medicine (SEFAS)

Kalfarveien 31

Centre for Elderly and Nursing Home Medicine (SEFAS) is part of Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care at Faculty of Medicine.

Head of centre is Professor Bettina Husebø.

SEFAS is established in cooperation with GC Rieber Funds, and focuses on research, education and implementation, - based on national and international cooperation.

Research
Two elderly people looking at an Ipad

New study involving persons with dementia/cognitive impairment and their caregivers

We are seeking persons with dementia or cognitive impairment and their caregivers to the new study LIVE@Home. Path. The goal of the project is to increase knowledge about the elderly with dementia living at home, and how to improve the dementia pathway in health care services.

News
Heather allore togheter with Bettina Husebø

SEFAS and Yale collaboration

Yale professor Heather Allore visited Centre for Elderly and Nursing Home Medicine (SEFAS). She is working together with Professor Bettina Husebø on the upcoming SFI-application.

Annual Report
forsiden av årsrapporten

SEFAS' Annual Report 2018

Our highlights from research, international collaboration and dissemination.

Fulbrigth Scholarship
Kjellstadli med to kolleger.

- This stay has provided me with new tools for doing research

SEFAS' PhD student at a six months exchange as Postgraduate Fellow at Yale School of Medicine, Geriatrics.

International student exchange

Medical student from Japan is doing research on data from Norwegian Nursing Homes

Erika Ito is a third year medical student at Tohoku University in Sendai in Japan and as part of her study she is four months in Bergen to do research.