Tom Ivar Lund Nilsen
Bakgrunn og aktiviteter
OM FORSKNING OG UNDERVISNING
- Kroniske sykdommers epidemiologi
- Livsløpsepidemiologi; generasjons- og familiestudier
- Modifiserbare faktorer for sykdomsforebygging, med særlig fokus på fysisk aktivitet
Mine publikasjoner i PubMed
- Epidemiologi, forskningsmetode, og statistikk
- Fysisk aktivitet og helse
Vitenskapelig, faglig og kunstnerisk arbeid
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- (2020) Hours lying down per day, as a proxy for sedentary behaviour and risk of diabetes in young and middle-aged adults in Norway: an 11-year follow-up of the HUNT study. BMJ Open. vol. 10 (3).
- (2020) Intake of Boiled Potato in Relation to Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors in a Large Norwegian Cohort: The HUNT Study. Nutrients. vol. 12 (1).
- (2020) Pre-consultation biopsychosocial data from patients admitted for management at pain centers in Norway. Scandinavian Journal of Pain. vol. 20 (2).
- (2019) Prolonged sitting, its combination with physical inactivity and incidence of lung cancer: Prospective data from the HUNT study. Frontiers in Oncology. vol. 9:101.
- (2019) Longitudinal associations of kinematics and fear-avoidance beliefs with disability, work ability and pain intensity in persons with low back pain. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice. vol. 41.
- (2019) Improvement in Work Ability, Psychological Distress and Pain Sites in Relation to Low Back Pain Prognosis: A Longitudinal Observational Study in Primary Care. Spine. vol. 44 (7).
- (2019) Long-term changes in body weight and physical activity in relation to all-cause and cardiovascular mortality: the HUNT study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. vol. 16 (45).
- (2019) Incidence and mortality of moderate and severe traumatic brain injury in children: A ten year population-based cohort study in Norway. European journal of paediatric neurology. vol. 23 (3).
- (2019) Long-term members’ use of fitness centers: a qualitative study. BMC sports science, medicine and rehabilitation. vol. 11 (1).
- (2019) An App-Delivered Self-Management Program for People With Low Back Pain: Protocol for the selfBACK Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research. vol. 8 (12).
- (2019) Physical activity after inpatient occupational rehabilitation: secondary outcomes of two randomized controlled trials. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports.
- (2019) Incidence of mild traumatic brain injury: A prospective hospital, emergency room and general practitioner-based study. Frontiers in Neurology. vol. 10.
- (2019) Influence of sleep problems and co-occurring musculoskeletal pain on long-term prognosis of chronic low back pain: the HUNT Study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
- (2019) The interplay between sleeplessness and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein on risk of chronic musculoskeletal pain: longitudinal data from the Tromsø Study. Sleep. vol. 42 (9).
- (2019) The joint effect of insomnia symptoms and lifestyle factors on risk of self-reported fibromyalgia in women: longitudinal data from the HUNT Study. BMJ Open. vol. 9 (8).
- (2019) Work-Related Mental Fatigue, Physical Activity and Risk of Insomnia Symptoms: Longitudinal Data from the Norwegian HUNT Study. Behavioural Sleep Medicine.
- (2019) Postoperative quality and safety using Efficacy Safety Score (ESS) and a wireless patient monitoring system at the ward: A randomised controlled study. Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica.
- (2019) Impact of high-intensity interval training on disease activity and disease in patients with psoriatic arthritis: A randomized controlled trial. Arthritis care & research. vol. 71 (4).
- (2018) Influence of family history on prognosis of spinal pain and the role of leisure time physical activity and body mass index: A prospective study using family-linkage data from the Norwegian HUNT study. BMJ Open. vol. 8:e022785 (10).
- (2018) Time of injury and relation to alcohol intoxication in moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury: A decade-long prospective study. World Neurosurgery. vol. 122.