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Doctoral presentations of current interest, where the thesis is available in Munin:
31 Jan 2023: Samira Sahebalzamani
10 Feb 2023: Agnes Bohne
16 Feb 2023: Tahrir Jaber
20 Feb 2023: Amalie Nilsen Hagen
Cardiovascular disease: risk assessment, total risk, and primary prevention in the general population. Insights from the Tromsø Study (Doctoral thesis; Doktorgradsavhandling, 2023-02-20)Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a major cause of mortality and morbidity, calling for an active preventive approach. Elevated blood pressure and cholesterol, smoking, diabetes, unhealthy diet, inactivity, and obesity are key risk factors for CVD development. Several risk factors combined may put an individual at a high total CVD risk. To measure total CVD risk, we used the NORRISK 2 score that ...
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2023-01-04)Artikkelen utforsker hvordan norske sosialarbeidere forholder seg til den islamske rettstradisjonen når de arbeider med ekteskaps- og skilsmisserelaterte saker som påvirker livene til klienter med muslimsk bakgrunn. Noen sider av tradisjonen overlapper og virker sammen med norsk lov, og kan i enkelte tilfeller undergrave utsatte personers menneskerettigheter. Med utgangspunkt i begrepene juridisk ...
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022)Psoroma femsjonense, long considered to be a synonym of P. hypnorum, is shown here to represent a distinct, misunderstood species. The collections seen are from the lowlands of southern Sweden, Denmark, Germany, the Czech Republic, and France. In these areas, the species has not been collected since 1945 and may prove to be regionally extinct from these countries. However, a report indicates that ...
Pannaria microphyllizans (Nyl.) P.M.Jørg. from New Zealand restudied and compared with P. athroophylla (Stirt.) Elvebakk & D.J.Galloway and the three new species Pannaria cassa, P. kantvilasii and P. wrightiorum (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-07)Pannaria microphyllizans, a previously misunderstood species, is shown here to have gibbose perispores with long-tailed apical extensions, and to lack TLC-detectable chemistry. It is related to P. athroophylla, a species with different phyllidia, a chemistry of isovicanicin and leprolomin, and spores of the same type but differing in several details. The latter has been too widely interpreted in ...
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2022-01)Psoroma sphinctrinum var. crispellum has been considered a synonym of Pannaria implexa, but it is a distinct species, recombined here as P. crispella. It forms a thin, filmy thallus on tree trunks, and consists of rounded, confluent squamules surrounded by a distinct black prothallus. The apothecia are initially simple with a well-defined central thalline plug. However, the plug soon expands into ...