Det juridiske fakultet 
Tromsø Museum 
Aktuelle disputaser der avhandlingen er tilgjengelig i Munin:
12 des 2018: Ludvig Balteskard Rinde
12 des 2018: Ragnhild Aven Svalheim
13 des 2018: Lars Moksness
17 des 2018: Fredrik Nilsen
The Norwegian Capture the Fracture Initiative a stepped wedge cluster randomized 1 controlled trial of a Fracture Liaison Service model of care: The NoFRACT Trial Protocol (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-12-07)<p><i>Importance</i>: Fragility fracture is a major health issue because of the accompanying morbidity, mortality, and financial cost. Despite the high cost to society and personal cost to affected individuals, secondary fracture prevention is suboptimal in Norway, mainly because most patients with osteoporotic fractures do not receive treatment with antiosteoporotic drugs after fracture ...
The advective origin of an under-ice spring bloom in the Arctic Ocean using multiple observational platforms (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-02-13)Under-ice blooms of phytoplankton in the Chukchi Sea have been observed, with strong implications for our understanding of the production regimes in the Arctic Ocean. Using a combination of satellite remote sensing of phytoplankton biomass, in situ observations under sea ice from an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), and in vivo photophysiology, we examined the composition, magnitude and origin ...
A refined late-Cryogenian – Ediacaran Earth history of South China: phosphorous-rich marbles of the Dabie and Sulu orogens (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2017-12-02)The late-Cryogenian – Ediacaran geological framework for South China is constructed principally from sedimentary successions preserved in the central and western regions of the Yangtze Block. New stratigraphic and carbonate-carbon isotope data allow us to extend that framework into the exhumed HP-UHP subduction complexes of the eastern Dabie and Sulu orogens that separate the South and North China ...
“What matters to you?” A longitudinal qualitative study of Norwegian patients’ perspectives on their pathways with colorectal cancer (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2018-12-12)<p><i>Purpose</i>: Person-centred care (PCC) is a well-acknowledged goal throughout the western world both within the health care services sector and for the patients themselves. To be able to create a future health care system that includes improved PCC, we need more in-depth knowledge of what matters to patients, how “what matters” might change over time, and tentative descriptions of commonalities ...