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Oddrun Samdal

Professor, Viserektor for utdanning
  • E-postOddrun.Samdal@uib.no
  • Telefon+47 55 58 25 60+47 970 70 904
  • Besøksadresse
    Muséplassen 1
  • Postadresse
    Postboks 7800
    5020 Bergen
  • Skolen som elevenes arbeidsmiljø
  • Helsefremmende arbeid i skolen
  • Evaluering av skolebaserte tiltak
  • Fysisk aktivitet og velvære blant barn og unge       
Vitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2019. Pupils' perceptions of how teachers' everyday practices support their mental health: a qualitative study of pupils aged 14-15 in Norway. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research.
  • 2019. How to evaluate the effect of seven years of The Norwegian School Fruit Scheme (2007-14) on fruit, vegetables, snacks consumption and weight status- A natural experiment. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. 1-11.
  • 2019. Associations between family structure and young people's physical activity and screen time behaviors. BMC Public Health. 10 sider.
  • 2018. Supporting pupils' mental health through everyday practices: a qualitative study of teachers and head teachers. Pastoral Care in Education: An International Journal of Personal, Social and Emotional Development. 16-28.
  • 2018. Family wealth and parent?child relationships. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 1534-1543.
  • 2017. Psychometric properties of the five-item version of the Mindful Awareness Attention Scale (MAAS) in Norwegian adolescents. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. 373-380.
  • 2017. Conceptualising a new approach to adolescent health literacy. Health Education Journal. 787-801.
  • 2017. Barriers in Implementing Coach Education in Grassroots Youth Football in Norway. International Sport Coaching Journal. 162-176.
  • 2016. Trends in smoking among Polish and Norwegian youth 1986-2014. Journal of Health Inequalities. 44-51.
  • 2016. Trends in Food Habits and Their Relation to Socioeconomic Status among Nordic Adolescents 2001/2002 - 2009/2010. PLOS ONE. 15 sider.
  • 2016. Reduction in sick leave by a workplace educational low back pain intervention: A cluster randomized controlled trial. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. 571-579.
  • 2016. Evaluating the implementation of the Empowering Coaching™ programme: Balancing fidelity and adaptation. Health Education. 238-258.
  • 2016. Enjoyment in youth soccer: its portrayals among 12- to 14-year-olds. Soccer and Society. 827-842.
  • 2016. Daily smoking and subjective health complaints in adolescence. Nicotine & Tobacco Research. 102-110.
  • 2016. Changes from 1986 to 2006 in reasons for liking leisure-time physical activity among adolescents. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. 951-959.
  • 2015. Trend analyses in the health behaviour in school-aged children study: Methodological considerations and recommendations. European Journal of Public Health. 7-12.
  • 2015. The assessment of ongoing community-based interventions to prevent obesity: Lessons learned. BMC Public Health.
  • 2015. Pre-pregnant body mass index and recreational physical activity: effects on perinatal mortality in a prospective pregnancy cohort. BJOG: an International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 1322-1330.
  • 2015. Evaluation of the Coaches Educators training implementation of the PAPA project: A comparison between Norway and France. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. e539-e546.
  • 2015. Creating a supportive environment among youth football players: A qualitative study of French and Norwegian youth grassroots football coaches. Health Education. 570-586.
  • 2015. Classroom Achievement Goal Structure, School Engagement, and Substance Use Among 10th Grade Students in Norway. International Journal of School & Educational Psychology. 267-277.
  • 2015. Are associations between electronic media use and BMI different across levels of physical activity? BMC Public Health. 10 sider.
  • 2014. Autonomy support and achievement goals as predictors of perceived school performance and life satisfaction in the transition between lower and upper secondary school. Social Psychology of Education. 269-291.
  • 2014. A school based study of time trends in food habits and their relation to socio-economic status among Norwegian adolescents, 2001–2009. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 10 sider.
  • 2013. Promoting Adolescent health through an intervention aimed at improving the quality of their participation in Physical Activity (PAPA): Background to the project and main trial protocol. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. 319-327.
  • 2013. Physical activity in schools: A qualitative case study of eight Norwegian schools’ experiences with the implementation of a national policy. Health Education. 52-63.
  • 2013. Measurement invariance of the Behavioural Regulation in Sport Questionnaire when completed by young athletes across five European countries. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. 11 sider.
  • 2013. Gaming addiction, gaming engagement, and psychological health complaints among Norwegian adolescents. Media Psychology. 115-128.
  • 2013. Comparing self-reported leisure-time physical activity, subjective health, and life satisfaction among youth soccer players and adolescents in a reference sample. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology. 13 sider.
  • 2012. What they want and what they get: self-reported motives, perceived competence and relatedness in adolescent leisure activities. Child Development Research. 11 sider.
  • 2012. Trender i sosial ulikhet i helseatferd. Tidsskrift for ungdomsforskning. 21-41.
  • 2012. The importance of teachers' feelings of self efficacy in developing their pupils' social and emotional learning: A Norwegian study of teachers' reactions to the Second Step program. School Psychology International. 631-645.
  • 2012. The Relationship Between School Perceptions and Psychosomatic Complaints: Cross-Country Differences Across Canada, Norway, and Romania. Advances in School Mental Health Promotion. 95-104.
  • 2012. Sustainable prevention of obesity through integrated strategies: The SPOTLIGHT project's conceptual framework and design. BMC Public Health. 7 sider.
  • 2012. Leading and Supporting the Implementation of the Norwegian Network of Health Promoting Schools. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research. 671-684.
  • 2012. Gendered leisure activity behavior among Norwegian adolescents across different socio-economic status groups. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies. 355-375.
  • 2012. Family affluence and cultural capital as indicators of social inequalities in adolescent's eating behaviours: a population-based survey. BMC Public Health.
  • 2012. Does the school performance variable used in the international health behavior in school-aged children (HBSC) study reflect students' school grades? Journal of School Health. 404-409.
  • 2012. Cross-national measurement invariance of the teacher and classmate support scale. Social Indicators Research. 145-160.
  • 2012. Basic psychological need satisfaction in leisure activities and adolescents' life satisfaction. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 1588-1599.
  • 2012. A path analysis of basic needs support, self-efficacy, achievement goals, life satisfaction and academic achievement level among secondary school students. Educational Psychology. 335-354.
  • 2011. Understanding barriers to implementing the Norwegian national guidelines for healthy school meals: a case study involving three secondary schools. Maternal & Child Nutrition. 315-327.
  • 2011. Implementation of national guidelines for healthy school meals: The relationship between process and outcome. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research. 357-378.
  • 2011. Filling the black box of implementation for health promoting schools. Health Education. Health Education. 347-362.
  • 2010. The role of physical structures in implementing the Norwegian guidelines for healthy school meals. Health and Place. 93-100.
  • 2010. The characteristics of the outdoor school environment associated with physical activity. Health Education Research. 248-256.
  • 2010. Sustaining comprehensive Physical Activity Practice in Elementary School: A Case Study applying mixed Methods. Teachers and Teaching: theory and practice. 73-95.
  • 2010. Socioeconomic patterning of physical inactivity among adolescents: Comparative study across six Nordic countries. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity.
  • 2010. Local school policies increase physical activity in Norwegian secondary schools. Health Promotion International. 63-72.
  • 2010. Health Promotion Integrated Into School Policy And Practice: Experiences from the implementation of the Norwegian Network of Health Promoting Schools. Journal of child and adolescent psychology. 43-72.
  • 2010. Does socio-economic status moderate the associations between psychosocial predictors and fruit intake in schoolchildren? The Pro Children Study. Health Education Research. 121-134.
  • 2009. The relationship of schools to emotional health and bullying. Sozial- und Präventivmedizin. 251-259.
  • 2009. The Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study: methodological developments and current tensions. Sozial- und Präventivmedizin. 140-150.
  • 2009. School-related social support and students' perceived life satisfaction. The Journal of educational research (Washington, D.C.). 303-318.
  • 2009. Overweight in school-aged children and its relationship with demographic and lifestyle factors: results from the WHO-Collaborative Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) Study. Sozial- und Präventivmedizin. 167-179.
  • 2009. Hvilken betydning har støtte fra foreldre, venner og lærere for norske 15-åringers livstilfredshet? Sykepleien Forskning. 90-99.
  • 2009. Hvilken betydning har støtte fra foreldre, venner og lærere for norske 15-åringers livstilfredshet? Sykepleien Forskning. 90-99.
  • 2008. Time trends in sleep-onset difficulties among Norwegian adolescents: 1983–2005. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. 889-895.
  • 2008. Sustaining comprehensive Physical Activity Practice in Elementary School: A Case Study applying mixed Methods. Teaching and Teacher Education : An International Journal of Research and Studies.
  • 2008. Sustaining comprehensive Physical Activity Practice in Elementary School: A Case Study applying mixed Methods. Teaching and Teacher Education : An International Journal of Research and Studies.
  • 2008. Physical environmental characteristics and individual interests as correlates of physical activity in Norwegian secondary schools: The health behaviour in school-aged children study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 10 sider.
  • 2008. Facilitating the implementation and sustainability of second step. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research. 187-204.
  • 2008. Facilitating the implementation and sustainability of second step. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research. 187-204.
  • 2007. Trends in vigorous physical activity and TV watching of adolescents from 1986 to 2002 in seven European Countries. European Journal of Public Health. 242-248.
  • 2007. The application of a social cognition model in explaining fruit intake in Austrian, Norwegian and Spanish schoolchildren using structural equation modelling. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity.
  • 2007. The application of a social cognition model in explaining fruit intake in Austrian, Norwegian and Spanish schoolchildren using structural equation modelling. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity.
  • 2007. Sosial ulikhet i ungdoms helse: Er helseatferd viktig? Norsk Epidemiologi. 79-86.
  • 2007. Implementing second step: Balancing fidelity and program adaptation. Journal of educational and psychological consultation. 1-29.
  • 2007. Implementing Second Step: Balancing Fidelity and Program Adaptation. Journal of educational and psychological consultation. 1-29.
  • 2007. Fem om dagen - ti år etter. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. 2250-2253.
  • 2006. The role of the student: Salutogenic or pathogenic? International Journal of Nursing Practice. 280-287.
  • 2006. Country material distribution and adolescents' perceived health: multilevel study of adolescents in 27 countries. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 156-161.
  • 2005. Psykologiens rolle i helsefremmende arbeid. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 897-908.
  • 2005. Nye tall om ungdom: Sosial ulikhet og trender i subjektiv helse og livsstil blant norske ungdom i perioden 1985-2001. Tidsskrift for ungdomsforskning.
  • 2004. Teachers as facilitators of student participation in school mental health promotion. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion. 46-52.
  • 2004. Konsum av sukret mineralvann og søtsaker blant norske skoleelever: sterk økning fra 1989 til 2001. Den norske tannlegeforenings tidende. 816-121.
  • 2004. Konsum av sukret mineralvann og søtsaker blandt norske skoleelever: Sterk økning fra 1989 til 2001. Den norske tannlegeforenings tidende. 816-821.
  • 2002. Skolehelsetjenesten og helsefremmende arbeid: Samarbeid mellom helsesøstre og lærere ved de norske skolene i "Europeisk nettverk av Helsefremmende skoler". ?. 42-46.
  • 2002. Skolehelsetjenesten og helsefremmende arbeid: Samarbeid mellom helsesøstre og lærere ved de norske skolene i "Europeisk nettverk av Helsefremmende skoler". Vård i Norden. 42-46.
  • 2001. Time trends in oral health behaviors among Norwegian adolescents: 1985-97. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica. 193-200.
  • 2001. Psykiske og somatiske plager blant ungdom. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. 2923-2927.
  • 2000. The teacher and classmate support scale: Factor structure, test-retest reliability and validity in samples of 13 - and 15-year old adolescents. School Psychology International. 195-212.
  • 2000. Students' perception of school and their smoking and alcohol use: A cross-national study. Addiction Research and Theory. 141-167.
  • 2000. Students' perception of school and their smoking and alcohol use : A cross-national study. Addiction Research and Theory. 141-167.
  • 1999. The relationship between students' perceptions of the school environment, their satisfaction with school and perceived academic achievement : an international study. School Effectiveness and School Improvement. 296-320.
  • 1998. Achieving health and educational goals through schools - a study of the importance of the school climate and the students' satisfaction with school. Health Education Research. 383-397.
  • 1997. Health-promoting schools in Australia : Models and measurement. Australian and New Zealand journal of public health. 365-370.
Faglig foredrag
  • 2018. How Norway went SoTL.
Populærvitenskapelig foredrag
  • 1999. Vilkår for skoletrivsel.
  • 1999. The psychosocial school environment as a resource for students' subjective well-being.
  • 1999. The educational system and public health : The effects of school-based interventions on lifestyle and health. Prøveforelesning for dr.-philosgraden.
  • 1999. Skulen som ressurs eller risiko for elevane sine helsevanar.
  • 1999. Skulen som ressurs eller risiko : Korleis betre skulekvardagen?
  • 1999. Skulen - ressurs eller risiko? Kva kan skulen gjere for å betre elevane sin skuletrivsel?
  • 1999. Skolen som ressurs eller risiko for elevenes helsevaner og livskvalitet. Innlegg på pilotprosjekt for formidling av erfaringer fra det 3-årige tiltaksprosjektet "Helsefremmende skoler" til 20 nye skoler i Oslo og Akershus med tanke på å utvikle modell for videreføring.
  • 1999. Metoder i folkehelsearbeidet.
  • 1999. Helsefremmende arbeid som del av skolens virksomhet sett i sammenheng med PRECEDE-modellen.
  • 1999. Helsefremmende arbeid i skolen.
  • 1999. Helse og livskvalitet blant barn og unge.
  • 1999. Health promotion through the first sixteen years of life. What to do and where to do it? Prøveforelesning for dr-philosgraden.
  • 1999. Health Behaviour in School-aged Children.
  • 1998. School as a risk to students' subjective well-being/quality of life.
  • 1998. Helsefremmende skoler : Trivsel og trygghet i skolen - arbeids-modeller og erfaringer fra prosjektet.
Vitenskapelig foredrag
  • 2013. Implementation fidelity – exploring delivery of the Empowering Coaching program through the use of an observation grid.
  • 2013. Autonomy support and achievement goals as predictors of school performance and life satisfaction.
  • 2011. The relationships between school environment perceptions and academic performance in Canada and Norway.
  • 2011. The interplay between students’ interest and school facilites and policies to promote student level physical activity.
  • 2011. Basic need support, achievement goals and students’ life satisfaction.
  • 2010. Achievement goals, basic need support, life satisfaction and academic achievement among elementary school students.
  • 2010. A hierarchical model of basic need support, achievement goals, self-efficacy, life satisfaction, and academic achievement among elementary school students.
  • 2009. School-related Social Support and Students? Perceived Life Satisfaction.
  • 2005. Positiv psykologi i skolen.
  • 2005. Improving students' school environment: findings from the Norwegian part of the European Network of Health Promoting schools.
  • 2004. Trivsel og helse: Et nettbaserte aktivitetstilbud for å fremme psykososialt arbeidsmiljø på skolen.
  • 2004. The impact of student autonomy on students' satisfaction with school.
  • 2004. Structural and organizational aspects of schoolpromoting physical activity.
  • 2004. Social competence as an educational aim � why is it important and how can it be effective.
  • 2004. Examples of inter country reports of Physical activity in the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children study.
  • 2002. Helsefremmingsmodellers bidrag til læringsforskning.
  • 2002. Helsefremmende skoler.
  • 2002. Health Behaviour in School-aged Children: Lessons learned regarding design and data management.
  • 2002. Design av spørreskjema for skolebarn med utgangspunkt i studien "Helsevaner blant skole-elever. En WHO-undersøkelse i flere land".
  • 2002. Alkoholatferd blant barn og unde - hvor stort er problemet og hva kan vi gjøre?
  • 2001. Transforming pupils' priorities into planned intervention in schools: the interactive effects of pupil-teacher communication and collective efficacy.
  • 2001. Skoletrivsel – hvordan bruke forskningsdata i problembasert læring.
  • 2001. Modeller for forebyggende helsearbeid.
  • 2001. Modeller for forebyggende helsearbeid.
  • 2000. Physical activity and dietary habits in children and adolescents : their effect on health and recommendations for intervention.
  • 2000. Individual and school related resources as correlates of domain-specific versus global life satisfaction.
  • 2000. Helsefremmende arbeid blant barn og unge.
  • 2000. Helsefremjande arbeid i skulen : forebygging av belastningar blant barn og unge.
  • 2000. Health promoting schools and school health services: outsiders or insiders in collaboration ?
  • 2000. Health Behaviour in School-aged Children : Methodological concerns and developments.
  • 2000. Health Behaviour in School-aged Children.
  • 2000. Fysisk aktivitet og måltider i skolehverdagen.
  • 2000. Effects of physical activity and diet on children and adolescents' health.
  • 2000. Challenges in cooperation between Health promoting school and School health services.
  • 1999. The psychosocial school environment as a resource for students' subjective well-being.
  • 1999. The Norwegian Network of Health Promoting Schools : Research and practice.
  • 1999. Skolen som elevenes arbeidsplass: ressurs eller risiko for elevenes helsevaner og helse.
  • 1998. The relationship between students' perception of school and their smoking and alcohol use.
  • 1998. The relationship between students' perception of school and their reported health behaviours.
  • 1998. Satisfaction with school : predictors and relevance to students' health.
  • 1998. Measuring lifestyles and health among adolescents: a cross-cultural perspective.
  • 1997. Helsefremjande skular - arbeidsmodellar for å skape trivsel og tryggleik i skulen.
  • 1997. Health promotion in schools - does it work? The nned for comprehenvise evaluation - what does it take?
  • 1996. The relationship between pupils` perception of school and their reported psychosomatic health and quality of life.
  • 1996. The relation between pupils` perception of school and their reported psychosomatic health and quality of life. Making difference: Health psychology and chronic disease.
  • 1996. Research informing practice: Development of a computerised learning package "Health Behaviour among School-aged Children".
  • 1993. European Network of Health Promoting Schools : målsettinger og strategier.
Vitenskapelig antologi/Konferanseserie
  • 2013. The implementation of health promoting schools: Exploring the theories of what, why and how. Routledge.
  • 2013. The implementation of health promoting schools. Routledge.
  • 2012. An Ecological Perspective on Health Promotion Systems, Settings and Social Processes. Bentham eBooks.
Populærvitenskapelig artikkel
  • 2001. Trivsel i skolen : Erfaringer fra Europeisk nettverk av helsefremmende skoler i Norge. Helse og trivsel i skolen. 1-36.
  • 2001. Hva betyr vennskap for barn og unges helse og velvære? Liv & Helse. 25-27.
  • 2001. Helse- og trivselsefremmende arbeid i skolen : Hvorfor og hvordan. Spesialpedagogikk. 22-28.
  • 1999. Europeisk nettverk av helsefremmende skoler - erfaringer fra Norge. Sinnets helse. 26-27.
  • 1997. Vilkåra for skuletrivsel. Bergens Tidende. 24-24.
  • 1997. The importance of school experiences for students' health and well-being. Network News : The European Network of Health Promoting Schools. 5-6.
Kronikk
  • 2011. Schools for Health in Europe (SHE) - et europeisk nettverk av helsefremmende skoler. Utdanning. 44-47.
  • 2008. Gode vaner for et godt liv. Bergens Tidende. 23.
Doktorgradsavhandling
  • 2017. Adolescent eating habits. Trends and socio-economic status.
  • 1999. The school environment as a risk or resource for students' health-related behaviours and subjective well-being.
Vitenskapelig Kapittel/Artikkel/Konferanseartikkel
  • 2017. Trivsels- og helsefremmende arbeid i skolen. 27 sider.
  • 2016. School health promotion. 8 sider.
  • 2014. Evaluation Research in Health Promoting Schools and Related Challenges. 14 sider.
  • 2013. Theory based components for implementation of health promoting schools. 24 sider.
  • 2013. Theory and empirically based implementation of elements in components. 24 sider.
  • 2013. Introduction. 12 sider.
  • 2013. From initiation to institutionalisation: the principals’ leadership and management in Norwegian health promoting schools. 6 sider.
  • 2013. Cross-fertilisation of national experiences and needs for future development. 13 sider.
  • 2012. The ecology of health promotion. 5 sider.
  • 2012. School as a Resource or Risk to Students’ Subjective Health and Well-Being. 12 sider.
  • 2012. Introduction to health promotion. 8 sider.
  • 2010. Betydningen av et sunt kosthold og fysisk aktivitet for helse og læring. 16 sider.
  • 2009. Trivsels- og helsefremmende arbeid. 21 sider.
  • 2009. Trivsel- og helsefremmende arbeid i skolen. 26 sider.
  • 2009. Skolen som arena for helsefremmende kostholdsarbeid. 14 sider.
  • 2009. Levevaner: individuelle valg eller sosiokulturelle produkter? 13 sider.
  • 2009. Kostholdsvaner blant barn og unge. 10 sider.
  • 2008. School Health Promotion. 9 sider.
  • 2006. Vurdering av rusprogrammer i skolen. Forebyggende innsatser i skolen. 1 sider.
  • 2005. School level influences on physical activity and school meals. 12 sider.
  • 2004. Life circumstances of young people - School. 10 sider.
  • 2004. Explaining the health and health-related behaviour of young people - Introduction and comment. 4 sider.
  • 2004. Dokumenterte metoder i det trivsels- og helsefremmende arbeidet. 28 sider.
  • 2000. The school environment and the health of adolescents. 16 sider.
  • 2000. The School Environment and the Health of Adolescents. 16 sider.
  • 1999. Helsefremmende arbeid som del av skolens virksomhet. 46 sider.
  • 1999. Health promotion integrated into school policy and practice. 39 sider.
  • 1999. Experiences and recommendations from the Norwegian part of "The European Network of Health Promoting Schools". 6 sider.
  • 1999. Erfaringer og anbefalinger fra den norske delen av prosjektet Europeisk nettverk av helsefremmende skoler (HEFRES). 6 sider.
  • 1997. Helsefremmende skoler - rammer og utviklingsforsøk. 14 sider.
Vitenskapelig oversiktsartikkel/review
  • 2019. Physical activity, sports practice and cognitive functioning: The current research status. 1-7.
  • 2015. Cross-national trends in perceived school pressure by gender and age from 1994 to 2010. 51-56.
  • 2011. Theoretical base for implementation components of health promoting schools. 367-390.
Fagartikkel
  • 2010. Health promotion integrated into school policy and practice: experiences of implementation in the Norwegian network of health promoting schools. Journal of child and adolescent psychology. 43-72.
  • 2007. Viktige forutsetninger for implementering av forebyggende innsatser i skolen. Forebygging.no.
  • 2007. Hovedresultater fra :Fysisk aktivitet og måltider i skolen. Kroppsøving.
Faglig kapittel
  • 2017. Psykisk helse blant ungdom. 82-105. I:
    • 2017. Ungdom, livsstil og helsefremmende arbeid. Gyldendal Akademisk.

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Publikasjoner 2016-20 (for komplett oversikt se Cristin)

Fagfellevurderte tidsskriftsartikler

  1. Hernandéz-Mendo, A.; Reigal, R.E.; López-Walle, J.M.; Serpa, S.; Samdal, O.; Morales-Sánchez, V.; Lopez de Mier, R.J.; Tristán Rodríguez, J.L.; Rosado, A.F.; Falco, C. (2019). Physical activity, sports practice and cognitive functioning: The current research status. Frontiers in Psychology, 10:2658. s. 1-7
  2. Hovdenak, I.M., Stea, T.H., Magnus, P., Krokstad, S., Samdal, O. & Bere, E. (2019). How to evaluate the effect of seven years of the Norwegian School Fruit Scheme (2007–2014) on fruit, vegetable and snack consumption and weight status: A natural experiment. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 19/09/2019, DOI: 10.1177/1403494819875923.
  3. Langøy, A.; Smith, O.R.F.; Wold, B.; Samdal, O. & Haug, E. (2019). Associations between family structure and young people's physical activity and screen time behaviors. BMC Public Health; 19(433) s. –
  4. Mælan, E.N.; Tjomsland, H.E.; Samdal, O. & Thurston, M. (2019). Pupils' perceptions of how teachers' everyday practices support their mental health: a qualitative study of pupils aged 14-15 in Norway. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, s.-.
  5. Ramdahl, M.E.; Jensen, S.S.; Borgund, E.; Samdal, O. & Torsheim, T. (2018). Family wealth and parent-child relationships. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 27(5) s. 1534-1543
  6. Mælan, E.N., Tjomsland, H. E., Baklien, B., Samdal, O., & Thurston, M. (2018). Supporting pupils' mental health through everyday practices: a qualitative study of teachers and head teachers. Pastoral Care in Education: An International Journal of Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Volum 36.(1) s. 16-28
  7. Peralta, L., Rowling, L., Samdal, O., Hipkins, R. & Dudley, D. (2017). Conceptualising a new approach to adolescent health literacy. Health Education Journal; Volum 76.(7) s. 787-801.
  8. Søvik, M.L., Larsen, T., Tjomsland, H.E., & Samdal, O (2017). From theory to practice–barriers for implementation in real life? International Sport Coaching Journal, Volum 4.(2), pp.162-176.
  9. Smith, O.R.F, Melkevik, O., Samdal, O. Larsen, T.M. & Haug, E. (2017): Psychometric properties of the five-item version of the Mindful Awareness Attention Scale (MAAS) in Norwegian adolescents. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 04/2017, DOI:10.1177/1403494817699321.
  10. Aarø, L. E., Mazur, J., Zatoński, W. A., & Samdal, O. (2016).  Trends in smoking among Polish and Norwegian youth 1986-2014. Journal of Health Inequalities, 2, 44-51.
  11. Braverman, M.T; Stawski, R.S.; Samdal, O.; Aarø, L.E. (2016). Daily Smoking and Subjective Health Complaints in Adolescence. Nicotine & tobacco research, 19(1), 102-110.
  12. Fismen, A.S.; Smith, O.R.F.; Torsheim, T.; Rasmussen, M.; Pedersen, T.P.; Augustine, L; Ojala, K.; & Samdal, O. (2016). Trends in Food Habits and Their Relation to Socioeconomic Status among Nordic Adolescents 2001/2002 - 2009/2010. PLoS ONE, 11(2).
  13. Ree, E.; Lie, S.A.; Eriksen, H.R.; Malterud, K.; Indahl, Aa.; Samdal, O. & Harris, A. (2016). Reduction in sick leave by a workplace educational low back pain intervention: A cluster randomized controlled trial. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 44(6), 571-579.
  14. Søvik, M., Larsen, T., Tjomsland, H.E. & Samdal, O. (2016) Evaluating the Implementation of the Empowering Coaching™ Program: Balancing Fidelity and Adaptation. Health Educ, 116(3), 238-258.
  15. Wold, B.; Littlecott, H.; Tynjala, J; Samdal, O.; Moore, L; Roberts, C; Kannas, L; Villberg, J; Aarø, L.E. (2016). Changes from 1986 to 2006 in reasons for liking leisure-time physical activity among adolescents. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 26(8), 951-959.

Bokkapitler

  1. Aarø, L.E., Samdal, O., & Wold, B. (2017). Psykisk helse blant ungdom. I: Ungdom, livsstil og helsefremmende arbeid. Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk, pp. 82-105.
  2. Samdal, O. (2017). Trivsels- og helsefremmende arbeid i skolen. I: Ungdom, livsstil og helsefremmende arbeid. Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk, pp. 345-371
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Rapporter

  1. Inchley, J. Currie, D., Young, T., Samdal, O., Torsheim, T.,  Augustson, L., Mathisen, F.K.S., Aleman-Diaz, A., Molcho, M., Weber, M., & Barnekow, V. (2016). Growing up unequal: gender and socioeconomic differences in young people's health and well-being. Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study: international report from the 2013/2014 survey.. Copenhagen: World Health Organization. 
  2. Samdal, O.; Mathisen, F.K.S.; Torsheim, T.; Diseth, Å.; Fismen, A.S.; Larsen, T.; Wold, B.; Årdal, E. (2016). Helse og trivsel blant barn og unge. Resultater fra den landsrepresentative spørreundersøkelsen «Helsevaner blant skoleelever. En WHOundersøkelse i flere land». Universitetet i Bergen, 183 s. HEMIL-rapport(1/2016).
  • Leder (sammen med Bente Wold for forskningsgruppen SIPA, som studerer sammenhengen mellom sosiale prosesser og ungdoms helse og livsstil 
  • Forskningsleder for den norske delen av studien "Health Behaviour in School-aged Children. A WHO Cross-national Study"
  • Databankansvarlig for den internasjonale studien "Health Behaviour in School-aged Children. A WHO Cross-national Study". www.hbsc.org
  • Forskningsleder og internasjonal dataansvarlig for den norske delen av den EU-finansierte (FP7) intervensjonsstudien PAPA (Promoting adolescent health through an intervention aimed at improving the quality of their participation in Physical Activity). www.projectpapa.org
  • Arbeidspakkeleder i det EU-finansierte (FP7) prosjektet SPOTLIGHT (Sustainable prevention of obesity through integrated strategies) som har til hensikt å identifisere korrelater og effektive intervensjoner for å forebygge overvekt i voksenpopulasjonen i EU. www.spotlightproject.eu

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