Publications that are related to Sykdomspulsen.

Publications about the Sykdomspulsen system/infrastructure

White, R. A. et al. (2021). attrib: Attributable Burden of Disease. R package version 2021.9.20. URL:

Conferences/presentations about the Sykdomspulsen system/infrastructure

Chiang, C. (2021). “Sykdomspulsen - En spennende og fremtidsrettet infrastruktur og nettside for overvåkning av covid-19, andre infeksjoner og dødelighet i sanntid”. In: Helse- og kvalitetsregisterkonferansen. URL:

Koren, C. et al. (2021). “Sykdomspulsen One Health - A real time surveillance system in an infrastructure coping with half a million analysis a day”. In: ARPHA Conference Abstracts 4. DOI: 10.3897/aca.4.e68891.

Publications that include data and/or results from the Sykdomspulsen implementation at FHI

Arnesen, T. M. et al. (2021). Tuberkulose i Norge 2019 og 2020 - med behandlingsresultater for 2018 og 2019. Norwegian Institute of Public Health. URL:

Bragstad, K. et al. (2021). Norway National Influenza Centre: Influenza Virological and Epidemiological season report prepared for the WHO Consultation on the Composition of Influenza Virus Vaccines for the Southern Hemisphere 2022. Norwegian Institute of Public Health. URL:

Engebretsen, S. et al. (2021). “Regional probabilistic situational awareness and forecasting of COVID-19”. In: medRxiv. DOI: 10.1101/2021.10.25.21265166.

Herrador, B. G. et al. (2021). “Heavy weather events, water quality and gastroenteritis in Norway”. In: One Health 13, p. 100297. DOI: 10.1016/j.onehlt.2021.100297.

Influenza-Department (2021). Influenza season in Norway 2020-21. Norwegian Institute of Public Health. URL:

Vestergaard, L. S. et al. (2020). “Excess all-cause mortality during the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe - preliminary pooled estimates from the EuroMOMO network, March to April 2020”. In: Eurosurveillance 25.26. DOI: 10.2807/

Amato, E. et al. (2019). “Increase of scabies infestations, Norway, 2006 to 2018”. In: Eurosurveillance 24.23. DOI:

Arnesen, T. M. et al. (2019). Tuberkulose i Norge 2018 - med behandlingsresultater for 2017. Norwegian Institute of Public Health. URL:

Benedetti, G. et al. (2019). “Identifying exceptional malaria occurrences in the absence of historical data in South Sudan: a method validation”. In: Public Health Action 9.3, pp. 90–95. DOI: 10.5588/pha.19.0002.

Nielsen, J. et al. (2019). “European all-cause excess and influenza-attributable mortality in the 2017/18 season: should the burden of influenza B be reconsidered?” In: Clinical Microbiology and Infection 25.10, pp. 1266–1276. DOI: 10.1016/j.cmi.2019.02.011.

Arnesen, T. M. et al. (2018). Tuberkulose i Norge 2017 - med behandlingsresultater for 2016. Norwegian Institute of Public Health. URL:

Wisløff, T. et al. (2018). “Feasibility of reaching world health organization targets for hepatitis C and the cost-effectiveness of alternative strategies”. In: Journal of Viral Hepatitis 25.9, pp. 1066–1077. DOI: 10.1111/jvh.12904.

Wisløff, T. et al. (2018). “Economic Evaluation of Direct-Acting Antivirals for Hepatitis C in Norway”. In: PharmacoEconomics 36.5, pp. 591–601. DOI: 10.1007/s40273-017-0604-3.

Arnesen, T. M. et al. (2017). Tuberkulose i Norge 2016 - med behandlingsresultater for 2015. Arsrapport. Delrapport 5 av Smittesomme sykdommer i Norge 2016. Norwegian Institute of Public Health. URL:—med-behandlingsresultater-for-2015.pdf.

Meijerink, H. et al. (2017). “Modelling the burden of hepatitis C infection among people who inject drugs in Norway, 1973-2030”. In: BMC Infectious Diseases 17.1. DOI: 10.1186/s12879-017-2631-2.

Vestergaard, L. S. et al. (2017). “Excess all-cause and influenza-attributable mortality in Europe, December 2016 to February 2017”. In: Eurosurveillance 22.14. DOI: 10.2807/

White, R. A. et al. (2014). “Projected Treatment Capacity Needs in Sierra Leone”. In: PLoS Currents. DOI: 10.1371/currents.outbreaks.3c3477556808e44cf41d2511b21dc29f.


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