Doctoral presentations of current interest, where the thesis is available in Munin:

19 May 2020: Anu Mirjam Piira

The ATLET study: Can subjects with long-standing motor incomplete spinal cord injury learn to walk? A randomized clinical trial

22 May 2020: Lizbett Flores-García

Substance Use Disorder patients with and without Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Exploring differences in personality, substance use-related aspects and quality of life in a naturalistic follow-up study

22 May 2020: Eirik Myrvoll-Nilsen

Efficient Bayesian analysis of long memory processes applied to climate

25 May 2020: Marisa Eleonor da Silva

Weight change and cancer

25 May 2020: Ilya Nikolaevich Zykov

Old antibiotics as alternative treatment options for urinary tract infections caused by ESBL-, AmpC- and carbapenemase-producing Escherichia coli

25 May 2020: Bernadine Irene Everett

The challenges of understanding the biogeography of commercially important crustacean species of the Southwestern Indian Ocean — Separating what we know from what we think we know.

26 May 2020: Ragnvald Anton Storvoll

Ung drivkraft i nord. Unges legitime medvirkning i stedsutvikling

27 May 2020: Ellen Christin Arntzen

The effects of and experiences from participation in GroupCoreDIST- a new, individualized, group-based, physiotherapy intervention for ambulant individuals with multiple sclerosis. A mixed methods study including a randomized controlled trial and a qualitative interview study

28 May 2020: Ømur Caglar-Ryeng

Development of oral language skills in children at familial risk of dyslexia from toddlerhood to school age: Associations, Predictors, and Outcomes

29 May 2020: Øyvind Holsbø Hald

Molecular aspects of high-risk neuroblastoma and novel therapeutic opportunities

09 Jun 2020: Antal Martinecz

Mathematical Models of Optimal Antibiotic Treatment

12 Jun 2020: Morgan Lizabeth Bender

Polar Cod in a Changing Arctic. Toxicity of crude oil on sensitive life history stages of a key Arctic species

15 Jun 2020: Lorena Muñoz

Mapping nature’s contribution to people: Opportunities and limitations of crowdsourced data to identify place-based values and conservation concerns

  • Sampling planktonic salmon lice in Norwegian fjords 

    Skardhamar, Jofrid; Fagerli, Margrethe Nilsen; Reigstad, Marit; Sandvik, Anne Dagrun; Bjørn, Pål Arne (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2019-12-19)
    Risk of mortality of wild salmon caused by salmon lice is used as an index for managing aquaculture production in Norway and is based on monitoring of lice attached to wild salmonids and modelled concentrations of lice larvae in fjords. Direct sampling of lice from Norwegian waters to determine concentrations has never been published scientifically and has been considered non-feasible for monitoring ...
  • Typical hydrodynamic models for aquaculture nets: A comparative study under pure current conditions 

    Cheng, Hui; Li, Lin; Aarsæther, Karl Gunnar; Ong, Muk Chen (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-03-17)
    The net is regarded as the most critical component in marine aquaculture facilities as it is the only barrier which protects the environment from fish escapes. Accurate predictions of the net cage deformation and drag force on the nets are needed, both for ensuring fish welfare and for dimensioning of the mooring system. Thus, an appropriate hydrodynamic model is essential. In practice, two types ...
  • Depictions of Laestadianism 1850-1950 

    Kristiansen, Roald E (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-05-23)
    The issue to be discussed here is how society’s views of the Laestadian revival has changed over the course of the revival movement’s first 100 years. The article claims that society’s emerging view of the revival is characterized by two different positions. The first period is typical of the last part of the nineteenth century and is characterized by the fact that the evaluation of the revival took ...
  • Perspectives on the tensions in teaching with technology in Norwegian teacher education analysed using Argyris and Schön’s theory of action 

    Thorvaldsen, Steinar; Madsen, Siri Sollied (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2020-05-22)
    Teachers’ professional digital competence (PDC) is of increasing importance in classrooms in the majority of EU countries. Norway is one of the countries that has been exposed to a strong top-down implementation of information and communication technology in education. However, despite national efforts, practitioners in the education system do not seem to work in line with the given policy. There ...
  • Is smoking associated with patient reported surgical-site infection after fusion surgery in the lumbar spine? 

    Isaksen, Victoria (Master thesis; Mastergradsoppgave, 2018-05-26)
    Introduction: Surgical site infection (SSI) is one of the most common complications in patients undergoing spine surgery. Associations between smoking and SSI have been found in previous studies, but with ambiguous results. This study was designed to compare the postoperative rate of SSI among smokers and non-smokers after fusion surgery in the lumbar spine and evaluate risk factors for SSI. Methods ...

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