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National Food Agency

In 1997-98, the Statistics Sweden in co-operation with the National Food Administration (NFA) carried out the second nationwide Swedish dietary survey, Riksmaten. The study was a follow-up of the previous survey (Hulk) c...

  • National Food Agency
Published: 2021-01-12

University of Gothenburg

AIM: This paper is a report of a study of children's experiences of visiting a seriously ill/injured relative in an intensive care unit. BACKGROUND: Little attention has been paid to children's experiences and needs whe...

  • Ingegerd Bergbom, University of Gothenburg
  • Susanne Knutsson, Jönköping University
Published: 2020-02-26
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University of Gothenburg

The NordChild study is a cross-sectional postal study among children aged 2-17 years from the five Nordic countries; Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. A random sample stratified for age and gender was drawn i...

  • Lennart Köhler, Nordic School of Public Health
  • Bo Eriksson, Nordic School of Public Health
Published: 2019-04-11
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Umeå University

The Umea ̊ SIMSAM Lab in a nutshell: 1) The Lab was established for interdisciplinary research from childhood into lifelong health and welfare. It provides individual-level data on an entire nation’s population, coverin...

  • Per Gustafsson, Umeå university, Department of Epidemiology and Global Health
  • Anneli Ivarsson, Umeå university, Department of Epidemiology and Global Health
  • Urban Lindgren, Umeå University, Department of Geography
  • +2
Published: 2019-02-27

Kristianstad University

In the academic year 2008/2009 Pernilla Garmy initiated a longitudinal study regarding sleep, media habits, and lifestyle in school aged children (ages 6–16; n=3011 in collaboration with all the school nurses in the city...

  • Pernilla Garmy, Kristianstad University
Published: 2019-01-18

Stockholm University

The Swedish Contextual Database provides a large number of longitudinal and regional macro-level indicators primarily assembled to facilitate research on the effects of contextual factors on family and fertility behavior...

  • Gerda Neyer
  • Johan Dahlberg
Published: 2018-07-11
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Lund University

Objective: This study investigated potential associations between novel biomarkers for cardiovascular disease and other surrogate markers for health. Methods: Community sample of 170 (92 boys and 78 girls) children aged...

  • Magnus Dencker
Published: 2017-10-09
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Jönköping University

The Generations and Gender Programme (GGP) is a Social Science Research Infrastructure that provides micro- and macro-level data which significantly improve the knowledge base for social science. The Infrastructure is ru...

  • Elizabeth Thomson, Stockholm University, Department of Sociology
  • Gunnar Andersson, Stockholm University, Department of Sociology
Published: 2017-04-10

Stockholm University

Traditional level of living surveys often excluded the oldest sectors of the population, which has led to insufficient knowledge about elderly people's living conditions. As the population ages, the need for this knowle...

  • Carin Lennartsson, Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm University, Aging Research Center (ARC)
  • Johan Fritzell, Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm University, Aging Research Center (ARC)
  • Olle Lundberg, Karolinska Institutet and Stockholm University, Aging Research Center (ARC)
  • +1
Published: 2017-02-27

Uppsala University

411 adolescents born in 1978 or 1979 in two socioeconomically different cities are included in the study. Collection of the material has occurred three times for each youth, at 15, 17 and 20 years of age. 103 boys and 10...

  • Johan Sundström, Uppsala University, Department of Medical Sciences
Published: 2017-02-27