The recently launched Oslo University Hospital research blog is the first of this kind among Norwegian health care institutions. The blog acts as a platform for communicating discoveries in medical sciences in a popularised form, as well as serving as a vehicle for the hospital to stay in touch with the community. It will also be used as a channel for voicing the views of the hospital in debates concerning research policies. The blog is in Norwegian. New contributions will appear on the blog every other week, starting with the heads of research at the various divisions writing in turn. The current contribution is by Karin C. Lødrup Carlsen, head of research at the Women and Children's Division.
Previous research blogs:
Plager flest, koster mest (28.10 2014)
John-Anker Zwart, head of research at Division of Surgery and Clinical Neuroscience, Oslo universitetssykehus. Head of FORMI - a Communication and Research Unit at the Division of Neuroscience, Oslo University Hospital - Ullevål.
Én pluss én kan bli mer enn to (13.10 2014)
Dan Atar, head of research at Division of Medicine; professor in cardiology at University of Oslo | Steinar Heldal, administrative coordinator at Institute for Clinical Medicine, University of Oslo