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Patient in recovery doing a balance exercise with a physiotherapist.
How can we make the best possible recovery after a stroke?

Every year, around 12,000 Norwegians have a stroke. Research fellow Solbakken has good advice for those affected.

Researcher Berit Mortensen and Palestinian project leader Sahar Hassan on a bench on campus.
Mothers in low-income countries experience serious health problems after giving birth

Midwives in several countries are working together in an OsloMet project to save more women and children in low-income countries.

A toughtful young man sitting alone
Anxiety and depression more common among adults with ADHD

According to new research, there may be several reasons for this.

A developer with a VR headset looking at a child avatar on a computer screen.
Using AI to improve investigative interviews with children

Researchers and experts in the field of interviewing children are using artificial intelligence to develop new training methods for the police and the Child Welfare Services.

Elderly woman suffering from pain from rheumatoid arthritis.
An AI solution to aches and pains

The Centre for Intelligent Musculoskeletal Health (CIM), OsloMet's new Centre of Research Excellence, uses AI to develop innovative and effective interventions for musculoskeletal health.

Two nursing home employees wearing face masks and visors.
Elderly care during the pandemic: Norway and Denmark stand out

Norway and Denmark stand out among the European countries. Both countries had few deaths, both among the population as a whole and in elderly care institutions.

A small robot sits on a desk in class in a primary school.
This robot can help children with health challenges out of isolation

Even when the pandemic has been brought under control, many children will be unable to attend school for various reasons. Can robots help improve their school experience?

En eldre mann sitter ved et spisebord og ser inn i en dataskjerm.
Why is it so challenging to distribute COVID-19 information to the elderly in Norway?

People consume information in different ways. Catering to the needs and habits of the majority when conveying information can amount to discrimination against other groups—including the elderly.

OsloMet researcher Svenn-Erik Mamelund.
Are measures designed to control the spread of Coronavirus working? And at what cost?

Svenn-Erik Mamelund is something of a rarity: a social scientist who specialises in pandemics. It is little wonder, then, that the OsloMet researcher is in high demand.