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Policy responses to hepatitis C in the Nordic countries: Gaps and discrepant reporting in the Hep-Nordic study.

In the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden), the prevalence of chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection is relatively low in the general population, but is much higher among people who inject drugs (PWID). We conducted an exploratory study to investigate the extent to which these countries have policies supporting key elements of the public health response that is necessary to achieve the global goal of eliminating HCV as a public health threat.

Dermatological moulage collections in the Nordic countries.

The art of producing and acquiring dermatological wax models, moulages, flourished all over Europe in the beginning of the twentieth century, whereas very little is known about the existence of moulage collections in the Nordic countries.

Recent evolution of 129I levels in the Nordic Seas and the North Atlantic Ocean.

Most of the anthropogenic radionuclide 129I released to the marine environment from the nuclear fuel reprocessing plants (NFRP) at Sellafield (England) and La Hague (France) is transported to the Arctic Ocean via the North Atlantic Current and the Norwegian Coastal Current. 129I concentrations in seawater provides a powerful and well-established radiotracer technique to provide information about the mechanisms which govern water mass transport in the Nordic Seas and the Arctic Ocean and is gaining importanc...

eHealth provides a novel opportunity to exploit the advantages of the Nordic countries in psychiatric genetic research, building on the public health care system, biobanks, and registries.

Nordic countries have played an important role in the recent progress in psychiatric genetics, both with large well-characterized samples and expertise. The Nordic countries have research advantages due to the organization of their societies, including system of personal identifiers, national health registries with information about diseases, treatment and prescriptions, and a public health system with geographical catchment areas. For psychiatric genetic research, the large biobanks and population surveys ...

The Effects of Nordic Walking and Slope of the Ground on Lower Limb Muscle Activity.

Psurny, M, Svoboda, Z, Janura, M, Kubonova, E, Bizovska, L, Martinez Lemos, RI, and Abrantes, J. The effects of Nordic walking and slope of the ground on lower limb muscle activity. J Strength Cond Res 32(1): 217-222, 2018-Nordic walking (NW) has proven to be a simple and safe mode of exercise that can be used in various types of sport, recreation, and rehabilitation activities. The aim of this study was to assess the effect of Nordic walking and slope of the ground on lower limb muscle activity. The experi...

Status of small water supplies in the Nordic countries: Characteristics, water quality and challenges.

Access to safe water is essential for public health and is one of the most important prerequisites for good living and safe food production. Many studies have shown that non-compliance with drinking water quality standards in small water supply systems is much higher than in large systems. Nevertheless, people served by small water supply systems have the right to the same level of health protection. Actions are therefore needed to improve the situation. The objective of the present study was to carry out a...

Medium-term survival after surgery for acute Type A aortic dissection is improving.

To report long-term survival and predictors of mortality in patients included in a large, contemporary, multicentre, multinational database: Nordic Consortium for Acute Type A Aortic Dissection (NORCAAD), which consists of 8 centres in 4 Nordic countries.

Systematic misclassification of gestational age by ultrasound biometry: implications for clinical practice and research methodology in the Nordic countries.

Historically, pregnancy dating has been based on self-reported information on first day of the last menstrual period. In the 1970s, ultrasound biometry was introduced as an alternative for pregnancy dating, and is now the leading method in Nordic countries. The use of ultrasound led to a reduction of postterm births and fewer inductions and is considered more precise than last menstrual period-based methods for pregnancy dating. Nevertheless, differences in early growth and specific situations, such as mate...

Lessons to be learned from early psychedelic therapy in Denmark.

Data Resource Profile: The Nordic Obesity Surgery Cohort (NordOSCo).

Vitamin D levels in children and adolescents with obsessive compulsive disorder.

Recent studies showed that vitamin D deficiency may lead to dysfunctional changes in the brain and may be associated with neuropsychiatric diseases.

Centralized Pediatric Surgery in the Nordic Countries: A Role Model for Europe?

Increased suicides during new year, but not during Christmas in Sweden: analysis of cause of death data 2006-2015.

Previous studies have investigated the impact of the Christmas and New Year holiday on suicide rates. However, no such data has yet been published on Swedish suicides.

Lung cancer, genetic predisposition and smoking: the Nordic Twin Study of Cancer.

We aimed to disentangle genetic and environmental causes in lung cancer while considering smoking status.

Outcomes of clients in need of intensive team care in Flexible Assertive Community Treatment in Sweden.

Flexible Assertive Community Treatment (Flexible ACT) has been implemented in Sweden during recent years due to increasing interest in integrated services for people with severe mental illness. To date, few studies have been done on Flexible ACT effectiveness.

Outcome of depressive and anxiety disorders among young adults: Results from the Longitudinal Finnish Health 2011 Study.

We investigated the outcomes and outcome predictors of depressive and anxiety disorders in a general population sample of young adults with a lifetime history of these disorders.

Measuring personal recovery - psychometric properties of the Swedish Questionnaire about the Process of Recovery (QPR-Swe).

Personal recovery, defined as an individual process towards meaning, is an important target within mental health services. Measuring recovery hence requires reliable and valid measures. The Process of Recovery Questionnaire (QPR) was developed for that purpose.

Mortality rates for Finnish anaesthesiologists and paediatricians are lower than those for the general population.

Previous studies on mortality among anaesthesiologists in the Nordic countries have reported inconsistent results. In an effort to examine mortality patterns among Finnish anaesthesiologists, we compared anaesthesiologists and paediatricians with the general population.

Knocking on prison's door: a 10-fold rise in the number of psychotic prisoners in Finland during the years 2005-2016.

As in many European countries, Finnish psychiatric services experienced a rapid process of deinstitutionalization in the 1990s. In recent decades, the decrease in numbers of psychiatric hospital beds has in several countries been found to be linked with increasing criminality among severely mentally ill individuals. It has been concluded that deinstitutionalization could be the main reason for this development.

Risk of violence among patients in psychiatric treatment: results from a national census.

Adverse media coverage of isolated incidents affects the public perception of the risk of violent behavior among people with mental illness. However, the risk of violence is studied most frequently among inpatients, which falsely exaggerates the prevalence of people with mental illness because the majority of individuals receive treatment as outpatients.

Deceased donor kidney transplantation in New Zealand: use and audit of a survival prediction tool.

New Zealand follows the guideline that only patients with projected five-year survival of 80% are listed for deceased donor kidney transplantation. An algorithm derived from US data estimates survival after transplantation, however, this may not be as applicable to the New Zealand population. We review use of the US derived algorithm in New Zealand. We assessed accuracy of scores calculated by referring units and audited whether the system is applied in New Zealand.

Risk of early-onset prostate cancer associated with occupation in the Nordic countries.

Early-onset prostate cancer is often more aggressive and may have a different aetiology than later-onset prostate cancer, but has been relatively little studied to date. We evaluated occupation in relation to early- and later-onset prostate cancer in a large pooled study.

Food waste quantification in primary production - The Nordic countries as a case study.

Our understanding of food waste in the food supply chain has increased, but very few studies have been published on food waste in primary production. The overall aims of this study were to quantify the total amount of food waste in primary production in Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark, and to create a framework for how to define and quantify food waste in primary production. The quantification of food waste was based on case studies conducted in the present study and estimates published in scientific li...

Applying sensory modulation to mental health inpatient care to reduce seclusion and restraint: a case control study.

Clinical training in managing conflicts and preventing violence seldom contains sensory modulation (SM) as a method to de-escalate and prevent restraint and seclusion. Sensory-based interventions promote adaptive regulation of arousal and emotion. SM is a complementary approach that is associated with reduced rates of seclusion and restraint in mental healthcare, but there is need for more research in this area.

International multi-site survey on the use of online support groups in bipolar disorder.

Peer support is an established component of recovery from bipolar disorder, and online support groups may offer opportunities to expand the use of peer support at the patient's convenience. Prior research in bipolar disorder has reported value from online support groups.

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