Dáppe gávnnat geahčastaga dain doavttergrádain maid Finnmárkku buohcciviesu bargit leat geigen

  • Agledahl, Kari Milch

    Morally bound medical work – an empirical study exploring moral conditions of doctors' everyday practice.

  • Ellen BlixBlix, Ellen

    Iskkus-CTG: Iskosa prediktiivva árvvuid, reliabilitehta ja effeavtta árvvoštallan. Dán mearkkašupmi jortamovrraid beaivválaš bargui.

  • Dimpas, Anne Lene Turi

    Internalizing symptoms and health service use in indigenous Sami and non-indigenous adolescents in Arctic Norway

  • Javo, Cecilie

    Child-rearing and child behavior problems in a Sami population. A cross-cultural study of families with pre-school children

  • Kokkvoll, Ane

    Managing Childhood Obesity ­– The Finnmark Activity School

  • Møllersen, Snefrid

    Mental health services and treatment in Sami and non-Sami populations. A comparative study in a multiethnic rural area of Northern Norway

  • Olsen, Ingrid Petrikke

    Functional ultrasound of the anal canal – The effect of pregnancy and childbirth

  • Oppegaard, Kevin Sunde

    Misoprostol’s Preoperative Cervical Ripening Effect

  • Silviken, Anne Cathrine

    Suicidal behavior among indigenous Sami in Arctic Norway – A special focus on adolescents and young adults

  • Spein, Anne Rita

    Substance use behavior among etnic diverse young people in North Norway in the 1990s. "The North Norwegian Youth Study": A cross-cultural longitudinal study comparing smoking and drinking rates and patterns among young indigenous Sami and n...

  • Signe Hjelen StigeStige, Signe Hjelen

    Stabilization groups for heterogeneous samples of trauma clients. Presentation of a new treatment approach, and a hermeneutical-phenomenological analysis of help seeking, treatment participation, and ways to positive change.

  • Utsi, Margrethe Bals

    Risk and protective factors associated with internalizing symptoms in Sami and non-Sami adolescents in Arctic Norway

  • Wisborg, Torben

    Improving the spirit – Increasing the chances of survival. Results of multiprofessional training of medical teams in Iraq and Norway.

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