Oslo University Hospital is a merger of three former university hospitals in Oslo. Biomedical research is one of the hospital's core activities. Research at the hospital is closely interlinked with research undertaken at the University of Oslo. More than 50% of all biomedical research in Norway is published by researchers affiliated with the hospital. Research undertaken cover both basic research, translational research, and clinical research.
Oslo University Hospital has a central role in developing and supporting biomedical research within the South-Eastern Regional Health Authority. The hospital also pursues international research collaborations.
Summary of publications:
Publications (original articles or review articles) published in 2019 from OUS - Personality Disorders Research Unit
8 publications found
Metyrosine treatment in a woman with chromosome 22q11.2 deletion syndrome and psychosis: a case study
Int. J. Dev. Disabil., 65 (2), 116-121
Battles of the Comfort Zone: Modelling Therapeutic Strategy, Alliance, and Epistemic Trust-A Qualitative Study of Mentalization-Based Therapy for Borderline Personality Disorder
J. Contemp. Psychother., 49 (3), 141-151
Family and caregivers' experience of mental illness in migrants with intellectual disability - reflections on practice
Adv. Ment. Health Intellet. Disabil., 13 (2), 76-88
Autism, intellectual disabilities and additional psychosis, and affiliation to groups with violent ideology: short communication
J. Intellect. Disabil. Offending Behav., 10 (1), 1-7
Inpatient treatment of borderline personality disorder in adults with intellectual disability: reflections on practice
Adv. Ment. Health Intellet. Disabil., 13 (2), 67-75
Identification of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability: A Systematic Review
J. Ment. Health Res. Intellect. Disabil., 12 (1-2), 1-25
Are Impairments in Theory of Mind Specific to Borderline Personality Disorder?
J Pers Disord, 1-15 (in press)
The mentalization-based therapy adherence and quality scale (MBT-AQS): Reliability in a clinical setting
Nord. Psychol., 71 (2), 104-115