Publikasjoner

2019

2015

  • Hauken, M. Aa., Holsen, I., Fismen, E., Larsen, T.M.B

    Working towards a Good Life as a Cancer Survivor: A longitudinal Study on Positive Helath Outcomes of a Rehabilitation Program for Young Adult Cancer Survivors. Cancer Nursing 38(1), 3-15

  • Jensen R, Aadland E, Robertson L, Kristiansen M, Andersen J.R, Natvig G.K:

    Factors and associations for physical activity in severely obese adults during a two-year lifestyle intervention. PubMed 25165622. Published August 7, 2014

  • Jepsen R, Aadland E, Robertson, Kolotkin RL, Andersen JR, Natvig GK:

    Physical Activity and Quality of Life in Severely Obese Adults during a Two-Year Lifestyle Intervention Programme. Journal of Obesity 2015, 2015;314194

2014

  • Aadland E.

    Assessment of change in moderate to vigorous physical activity by accelerometry over time in obese subjects: is individual accelerometer cut points useful? Sport SPA 2014: 11 (1): 17-23

  • Aadland E, Jepsen R, Andersen JR, Holme IM, Anderssen SA

    Differences in fat loss in response to physical activity among severely obese men and women. J Rehabil Med 2014: 46: 363-9.

  • Hauken, M. Aa., Holsen, I., Fismen, E., Larsen, T. M. B.

    (2014): Participating in Life Again: A mixed-method Study on a Goal-Orientated Rehabilitation Program for Young Adult Cancer Survivors. Cancer Nursing 37(4), 48-59.

  • Jepsen R, Aadland E, Robertson L, Kristiansen M, Andersen JR, Natvig GK.

    Factors and associations for physical activity in severely obese adults during a two-year lifestyle intervention. PeerJ 2014 Aug 7;2.

2013

  • Hauken, May Aasebø MSci; Holsen Ingrid PhD; Larsen Torill Marie Bogsnes PhD.

    “Working toward a good life as a cancer survivor: A longitudinal study of positive health outcomes of a rehabilitation programme for young adult cancer survivors”

  • Hauken, May Aasebø MSci; Holsen Ingrid PhD; Larsen Torill Marie Bogsnes PhD.

    Meeting Reality: Young Adult Cancer Survivors’ Experiences of reentering Everyday Life after Cancer Treatment.

  • Hauken, May Aasebø MSci, RN; Holsen, Ingrid PhD; Fismen, Eirik MD; Larsen, Torill Marie Bogsnes PhD

    Participating in Life Again: A Mixed-Method Study on a Goal-Orientated Rehabilitation Program for Young Adult Cancer Survivors.

  • List TitleAadland E, Jepsen R, Andersen JR, Anderssen SA

    Increased physical activity improves aerobic fitness but not functional walking capacity in severely obese subjects. J of Rehab. Med. 2013; 45: 1071–1077. DOI: 10.2340/16501977-1205

2012

  • Aadland E. og Robertson L.

    Physical Activity Is Associated with Weight Loss and Increased Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Severely Obese Men and Women Undergoing Lifestyle Treatment. Journal of Obesity, vol. 2012, Article ID 810594, 9 pages, 2012. doi:10.1155/2012/810594.

  • Aadland E, Steene-Johannessen J

    The use of individual cut points from treadmill walking to assess free-living moderate to vigorous physical activity in obese subjects by accelerometry: is it useful? BMC Medical Research Methodology 2012,15:172.

2009

  • Fismen, E.; Lien, A.; Robertson, L.

    Abstract, Nordic Obesity meeting: Two Year Lifestyle Change Intervention: Effects on weight, physical capacity and perceived mental health. Abstracts, Obesity Facts, 2 (4). 264.

2008

  • Røe C., Sveen U., Kristoffersen O.J., Fossen B., Hammergren N., Iversen V.T., Hannestad K., Bautz-Holter E.

    Utprøvning av ICF-kjernesett for korsryggssmerter, Tidsskr Nor Legeforen 2008; 128:2706 – 8.

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