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Approved projects, Stockholm Public Health Cohort

Approved projects

Association between hyperlipidemia and diabetes mellitus, and back/neck/shoulder pain
Lena Holm

Prospective examination of working life factors, health status, and health behaviors among foreign born workers in Stockholm
Mikael Rostila

Country/region of birth as an independent risk factor for diabetes mellitus type 2 in Stockholm Sweden
Liselotte Schäfer Elinder

Data som underlag för en rapport om alkohol och drogsituationen i Stockholms län

Fil dr Kozma Ahacic, SLL/KFA

Psychological ill health and sickness absenteeism in Stockholm County six years after the tsunami catastrophe compared to a population sample
Hans Michélsen, associate professor, Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society, Karolinska Institutet

Employment Conditions and Health Outcomes in Different Welfare States
Gloria Macassa MD, PhD, Associate Professor, KI

Quality of life, health, health behaviors, social capital and participation among people with mobility disability and overweight
Professor Finn Rasmussen, PHS/KI

What explains differences in health between foreign born and Swedish born women?
Alice Mwiro, magisterstudent. Handledare: Sara Fritzell

The ageing population – studies of the health of the oldest based on both self-reported data and registry data 
Karin Modig, Ph.D., KI/IMM

Bestämningsfaktorer för självskattad nedsatt arbetsförmåga
Andreas Lundin, KI/IMM

Tracking risky behaviours during transition into retirement – a cross-national comparison
Marita Södergren, KI/NVS

Equity aspects of patient choice in primary care in Stockholm County Council
Bo Burström, Janne Agerholm, KI

Disorders in eating – risk factors, occurrence and future directions
Jennie Ahrén, KI/CES

Occupational skin exposure to water – are there changes over time? A population-based study
Birgitta Meding, KI/IMM

Comparison of attrition possible between groups in the cohort between 2002 and 2010
Jeroen de Munter/Finn Rasmussen, PHS/KI

A longitudinal population-based study of factors influencing disparities in physical and mental health between sexual minorities (homo- and bisexuals) and heterosexuals
Richard Bränström, Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet

Epidemiological studies of childhood social circumstances as determinants of behavioural risk factors and cardiovascular disease in Swedish men and women 
Daniel Falkstedt, Department of Public Health Sciences, Karolinska Institutet

Socio-economic disparities in alcohol-related hospitalizations and mortality – patterns and mechanisms 
Thor Norström, Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI) Stockholm University

Immigration, integration and health in Stockholm County
Karin Engström, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Förändringar i levnadsvanor vid pensionering – en internationell jämförelse
Marita Södergren, CeFAM, NVS

Prevalence and incidence of diabetes in Stockholm County council 1990-2010 - time trends, risk factors and projections for the future
Sofia Carlsson, The Institute of Environmental Medicine, KI

Risk factors for subarachnoid hemorrhage
Johan Sundström, Department of Medical Sciences, Uppsala University

Livskvalitet, hälsa, socialt kapital och delaktighet bland människor med rörelsehinder och övervikt. Kohortstudie i Stockholms län
Finn Rasmussen, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Den åldrande befolkningen: studier av de äldres hälsa baserad på självrapporterade uppgifter samt registerdata
Karin Modig, The Institute of Environmental Medicine, KI

Social capital, social differences and health in Stockholm County
Karin Engström, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Unga människor som får alkoholrelaterad sjukhusvård eller öppen beroendevård: Vilka är de och minskar de sitt drickande?
Kozma Ahacic, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Skador bland äldre. Populationsbaserade studier om samspelet mellan levnadsvanor, hälsostatus och levnadsmiljö
Lucie Laflamme, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Stability, change, and predictors of change in alcohol habits - longitudinal cohort studies in the Stockholm County
Peter Wennberg, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Does maternal smoking during pregnancy lead to tobacco use in offspring? The roles of foetal environment, social influences and genes
Maria Rosaria Galanti, Department of Public Health Sciences, Karolinska Institutet (KI)

Livsloppsanalyser av sambanden mellan psykosociala arbetsförhållanden och senare hälsa och levnadsvanor - data från Stockholms läns folkhälsokohort
Tomas Hemingsson, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Arbetsmarknadsposition, hälsa och social situation - en långtidsuppföljning
Tomas Hemingsson, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Mental Health and mental health problems in youth (18-29 years) – protective and risk factors
Lene Lindberg, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Pain of the body and soul
Cecilia Magnusson, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Health effects of snus use
Cecilia Magnusson, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Public Health Economics of Sexual Health – the Case of Chlamydia
Anna Månsdotter, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Konsekvenser av sjukfrånvaro – en longitudinell studie av sjukfrånvarons effekter på långtidssjukskrivning och arbetsmarknadsposition samt dess samverkan med förändringar i hälsa med sociala faktorer
Jette Möller, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

Back and neck pain. What factors are of importance for the prognosis? A multi professional and international post doc project and PHD-student project
Eva Skillgate, The Institute of Environmental Medicine, KI

Conditionally approved

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Awaiting ethical approval from the Ethics Review Board

Occupational skin exposure to water - are there changes over time? A population-based study
Birgitta Meding The Institute of Environmental Medicine

LifeTimeHealth 1: Social transitions, social trajectories and change in risk factor exposure and health. The influence of first employment and retirement on non-occupational behavioural risk exposure, and perceived health
Johan Hallqvist, Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Uppsala University, Department of Public Health Sciences, KI

LifeTimeHealth 2: Accumulation of social disadvantage and risk factor exposure
Johan Hallqvist, Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Uppsala University, Department of Public Health Epidemiology, KI

Kontaktperson: Cecilia Magnusson

Senast ändrad: 2016-04-21