Completed Ph.D-projects at NAFKAM

Skowronski, Magdalena. 2019: ‘Will I get cancer again?’ An ethnography of worries, healing landscapes and sensation-to-symptom processes among people living in the aftermath of cancer in rural Norway. NAFKAM, UiT Norges arktiske universitet.

Langås Larsen, Anette I. 2018: Mapping the experience and use of traditional healing in Northern Norway. Among conventional health care providers, users and traditional healers, NAFKAM, UiT Norges arktiske universitet

Liodden, Ingrid. 2016: Acupuncture for postoperative morbidities in children, and placebo by proxy, NAFKAM, UiT Norges arkitske universitet

Stub T. 2014. Safety of treatment provided by homepaths. Homepathic aggravations, adverse effects and risk assessment. NAFKAM, UiT The Arctic University of Norway.

Salamonsen A. 2013. Boundary walkers. The use of complementary and alternative medicine in a Scandinavian health care context. NAFKAM, UiT The Arctic University of Norway. (Ennå ikke publisert elektronisk.)

Kristoffersen A E. 2013. Use of complementary and alternative medicine among Norwegian cancer patients.  NAFKAM, University of Tromsø

Borud EK. 2010. Acupuncture treatment for postmenopausal hot flashes.  NAFKAM, University of Tromsø.

Norheim AJ. 2005. Acupuncture in health care - Attitudes to, and experiences with acupuncture in Norway.NAFKAM, University of Tromsø.

Alræk T. 2004. Acupuncture in the prevention of recurrent uncomplicated lower urinary tract infection in adult women. Department of Public Health and Primary Health Care, University of Bergen.


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