Stavanger 2019

Welcome to LivsForsk 17th and 18th of September 2019

Location:  University of Stavanger – UoS, campus Ullandhaug

Tuesday 17th of September

Registration and lunch at arrival
Opening of meeting and greeting from the University of Stavanger 
Philip Moons, Professor of Healthcare and Nursing Science, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Leuven


 «Challenges and opportunities in international collaboration in quality of life research»  

Coffee break

Philip Moons Professor of Healthcare and Nursing Science,  
«Propencity weighting: How to compare groups when groups are not comparable


Break with refreshments
Topic: Physical activity and quality of life in children and adolescences  
Eva Leibinger, Associate professor, Department of Education and Sports Science, University of Stavanger
«School in motion, a multi-centre intervention study (kidscreen)”
·         Kirsti Riiser, Associate professor, Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Physiotherapy, Oslo MET
“Active Play in After School Programs -Development of an intervention and description of a trial assessing physical activity in after school programs (ASP)
16.10 -  16.30
Andreas Åvitsland, PhD student, Department of Education and Sports Science, University of Stavanger.
Physical fitness and mental health in adolescents – what we know and what we don’t”

  Status from  consensus work in LivsForsk:  

 «How can we strengthen Norwegian quality of life research by utilizing good, generic, multidimensional health- related quality of life questionnaires?”  

Short introduction about the work of the consensus group, led by John Roger Andersen.
·         Focus on children, by/Kirsti Riiser (10 minutes)
·         Focus on adults, Rand-36/12 by/ Kari Hanne Geilo (10 minutes)
·         Focus on adults, WHOQLF  by/ Tone Norekvål (10 minutes)
Panel debate


Wednesday 18th of September

John Roger Andersen, Professor at Department of health and caring sciences, Western Norway University of Applied Sciences  and Helse Førde
“Experiences with  longitudinal designs- presenting an example”
 Jo Røislien, Professor in medical statistics,  Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Stavanger
 «Challenges with longitudinal designs”
Astrid Klopstad Wahl, Professor, Department of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, University of Oslo
«Health literacy: policy, theory and methods”
11.00 -11.15
Coffee break
Clinical trials :
Maria Bjerk, PhD student Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Physiotherapy, Oslo MET
An exercise intervention to improve health-related quality of life in frail older adults - results from a randomized controlled trial”
Kirsten Lærum Indrebø.  PhD student and nurse, Helse Førde.
«Muligheter og utfordringer med rutinebruk av PRO/PROM i stomipoliklinikken»
13.00 - 13.30
 Anne Marie Lunde Husebø and Oda Kari Nordfonn
The patient experience with treatment and self-management (PETS) questionnaire: translation and cultural adaption of the Norwegian version”
13.30– 14.15
Summing up and future plans
Nettverksmøte – Eget program

Vi tar forbehold om at det kan bli endringer i programmet.
(Subjects to be reviewed).