Vegar Bjørnshagen is a PhD student at the Department of Health and Welfare Studies at Norwegian Social Research (NOVA). He has a master's degree in sociology from the University of Oslo.
Fields of study
HIRE? A Mixed-method Examination of Disability and Employers Inclusive Working Life Practices
Employers' understandings of disability as well as their broader knowledge and skills are likely to influence their risk assessments and hiring practices. HIRE? aims to fill this knowledge gap.
Bera Ulstein, Moseng; Bjørnshagen, Vegar (2017). Are there any differences between different testing sites? A cross-sectional study of a Norwegian low-threshold HIV testing service for men who have sex with men. BMJ Open .
Bjørnshagen, Vegar (2021). Diskriminering av rullestolbrukere i arbeidslivet.
Bjørnshagen, Vegar (2021). Ny forskning beviser at arbeidsgivere diskriminerer rullestolbrukere.
Ugreninov, Elisabeth; Bjørnshagen, Vegar
Arbeidsgivere lite interesserte i unge med psykiske helseproblemer.
Bjørnshagen, Vegar (2019). Disability disadvantage. A field experiment on labour market discrimination against disabled people. INTEGRATE 2019.
Bjørnshagen, Vegar; Moseng, Bera Ulstein (2018). NORWAY. Sjekkpunkt: a low-threshold HIV testing service targeting MSM. Compendium of good practices in the health sector response to HIV in the WHO European Region.
Bjørnshagen, Vegar (2017). Hiv-testing utenfor helsevesenet. BestPractice Infeksjon og vaksinasjon.