Ingeborg Skjærvø

  • Researcher; PhD
  • +47 414 53 842

PhD thesis:
Substance use and crime: Characteristics of victim and offender roles in a longitudinal study of patients entering substance use treatment

PriSUD - Diagnosing and treating substance use in prison


Publications 2024

Bukten A, Virtanen S, Hesse M, Chang Z, Kvamme TL, Thylstrup B, Tverborgvik T, Skjærvø I, Stavseth MR (2024)
The prevalence and comorbidity of mental health and substance use disorders in Scandinavian prisons 2010-2019: a multi-national register study
BMC Psychiatry, 24 (1), 95
DOI 10.1186/s12888-024-05540-6, PubMed 38317111

Bukten A, Virtanen S, Hesse M, Thylstrup B, Kvamme TL, Seid AK, Chang Z, Skjærvø I, Tverborgvik T, Stavseth MR (2024)
The prevalence of substance use disorders among people in Norwegian, Danish and Swedish prisons: A multi-national cohort study, 2010-19
Addiction (in press)
DOI 10.1111/add.16477, PubMed 38529890

Ormhaug SM, Skjærvø I, Dyrdal GM, Fagermoen EM, Haabrekke KJ, Jensen TK, Knutsen ML, Næss A, Päivärinne HM, Martinsen M (2024)
Stepping Together for Children After Trauma (ST-CT): Feasibility and Predictors of Outcome of a Parent-led, Therapist Assisted Treatment
Res Child Adolesc Psychopathol (in press)
DOI 10.1007/s10802-024-01199-5, PubMed 38739305

Publications 2023

Bukten A, Skjærvø I, Stavseth MR (2023)
Exploring mental health comorbidities and opioid agonist treatment coverage among people in prison: A national cohort study 2010-2019
Drug Alcohol Depend, 250, 110896
DOI 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2023.110896, PubMed 37515826

Fagermoen EM, Skjærvø I, Birkeland MS, Jensen TK, Ormhaug SM (2023)
The bidirectional associations between caregiver and child symptoms in the parent-led treatment stepping together for children after trauma
Behav Res Ther, 173, 104459
DOI 10.1016/j.brat.2023.104459, PubMed 38128401

Fagermoen EM, Skjærvø I, Jensen TK, Ormhaug SM (2023)
Parent-led stepped care for traumatised children: parental factors that predict treatment completion and response
Eur J Psychotraumatol, 14 (2), 2225151
DOI 10.1080/20008066.2023.2225151, PubMed 37366166

Publications 2022

Bukten A, Lokdam NT, Skjærvø I, Ugelvik T, Skurtveit S, Gabrhelík R, Skardhamar T, Lund IO, Havnes IA, Rognli EB, Chang Z, Fazel S, Friestad C, Hesse M, Lothe J, Ploeg G, Dirkzwager AJE, Clausen T, Tjagvad C, Stavseth MR (2022)
PriSUD-Nordic-Diagnosing and Treating Substance Use Disorders in the Prison Population: Protocol for a Mixed Methods Study
JMIR Res Protoc, 11 (3), e35182
DOI 10.2196/35182, PubMed 35320114

Bukten A, Skjærvø I, Stavseth MR (2022)
The association of prison security level with mortality after release from prison: a retrospective national cohort study (2000-16)
Lancet Public Health, 7 (7), e583-e592
DOI 10.1016/S2468-2667(22)00107-4, PubMed 35779542

Publications 2021

Latif ZH, Skjaervø I, Solli KK, Tanum L (2021)
Chronic Pain Among Patients With an Opioid Use Disorder
Am J Addict, 30 (4), 366-375
DOI 10.1111/ajad.13153, PubMed 33738870

Skjærvø I, Clausen T, Skurtveit S, Bukten A (2021)
Desistance from crime following substance use treatment: the role of treatment retention, social network and self-control
BMC Psychiatry, 21 (1), 563
DOI 10.1186/s12888-021-03518-2, PubMed 34772369

Publications 2018

Abel KF, Skjærvø I, Ravndal E, Clausen T, Bramness JG (2018)
Perceived Self-Control is Related to Mental Distress in Patients Entering Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Subst Use Misuse, 53 (9), 1454-1462
DOI 10.1080/10826084.2017.1413114, PubMed 29303399

Skjaervo I, Clausen T, Skurtveit S, Abel KF, Bukten A (2018)
Similarities and Differences in Victimization Risk Factors for Nonoffending and Offending Substance Users
Victims Offenders, 13 (4), 526-541
DOI 10.1080/15564886.2017.1383332

Publications 2016

Skjaervø I, Skurtveit S, Clausen T, Bukten A (2016)
Substance use pattern, self-control and social network are associated with crime in a substance-using population
Drug Alcohol Rev, 36 (2), 245-252
DOI 10.1111/dar.12406, PubMed 27147068

Publications 2015

Jørgensen KN, Skjærvø I, Mørch-Johnsen L, Haukvik UK, Lange EH, Melle I, Andreassen OA, Agartz I (2015)
Cigarette smoking is associated with thinner cingulate and insular cortices in patients with severe mental illness
J Psychiatry Neurosci, 40 (4), 241-9
DOI 10.1503/jpn.140163, PubMed 25672482

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