Helga Bjørnøy Urke
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Specific Resistance Resources in the Salutogenic Model of Health
MB Mittelmark, T Bull, M Daniel, H Urke
The Handbook of Salutogenesis, 71-76, 2017
Socioeconomic status and chronic child malnutrition: wealth and maternal education matter more in the Peruvian Andes than nationally
HB Urke, T Bull, MB Mittelmark
Nutrition Research 31 (10), 741-747, 2011
Influence of childcare practices on nutritional status of Ghanaian children: a regression analysis of the Ghana Demographic and Health Surveys
DA Amugsi, MB Mittelmark, A Lartey, DJ Matanda, HB Urke
BMJ open 4 (11), e005340, 2014
Klasseleiing og IKT i vidaregåande opplæring
RJ Krumsvik, K Ludvigsen, HB Urke
DLC-rapport nr. 1/2011, 2011
Trends in stunting and overweight in Peruvian pre-schoolers from 1991 to 2011: findings from the Demographic and Health Surveys
HB Urke, MB Mittelmark, M Valdivia
Public health nutrition 17 (11), 2407-2418, 2014
Household food security and adequacy of child diet in the food insecure region north in Ghana
P Agbadi, HB Urke, MB Mittelmark
PloS one 12 (5), e0177377, 2017
High school physical education: What contributes to the experience of flow?
S Stormoen, HB Urke, HE Tjomsland, B Wold, Å Diseth
European Physical Education Review 22 (3), 355-371, 2016
Validity of a single item food security questionnaire in Arctic Canada
HB Urke, ZR Cao, GM Egeland
Pediatrics 133 (6), e1616-e1623, 2014
COMPLETE–a school-based intervention project to increase completion of upper secondary school in Norway: study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial
T Larsen, HB Urke, I Holsen, CH Anvik, T Olsen, RH Waldahl, ...
BMC public health 18 (1), 340, 2018
Reliability of demographic and socioeconomic variables in predicting early initiation of breastfeeding: a replication analysis using the Kenya Demographic and Health Survey data
DJ Matanda, MB Mittelmark, HB Urke, DA Amugsi
BMJ open 4 (6), 2014
The Influence of Maternal and Household Resources, and Parental Psychosocial Child Stimulation on Early Childhood Development: A Cross-Sectional Study of Children 36–59 Months …
HB Urke, M Contreras, DJ Matanda
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (5), 926, 2018
Indicators of positive youth development can be maladaptive: The example case of caring
GJ Geldhof, T Larsen, H Urke, I Holsen, H Lewis, CP Tyler
Journal of Adolescence 71, 1-9, 2019
Changes in optimal childcare practices in Kenya: insights from the 2003, 2008-9 and 2014 Demographic and Health Surveys
DJ Matanda, HB Urke, MB Mittelmark
PloS one 11 (8), e0161221, 2016
Child diet and healthy growth in the context of rural poverty in the Peruvian Andes: What influences primary caregivers’ opportunities and choices?
HB Urke, T Bull, MB Mittelmark
Global health promotion 20 (3), 5-13, 2013
Promoting mental health and preventing loneliness in upper secondary school in Norway: Effects of a Randomized Controlled Trial
TB Larsen, H Urke, M Tobro, E Årdal, RH Waldahl, I Djupedal, I Holsen
Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 1-14, 2019
Associations between intimate partner violence, childcare practices and infant health: findings from Demographic and Health Surveys in Bolivia, Colombia and Peru
HB Urke, MB Mittelmark
BMC public health 15 (1), 819, 2015
Resources for nurturing childcare practices in urban and rural settings: F indings from the Colombia 2010 Demographic and Health Survey
HB Urke, MB Mittelmark, DA Amugsi, DJ Matanda
Child: care, health and development 44 (4), 572-582, 2018
Mental well-being among students in Norwegian upper secondary schools: the role of teacher support and class belonging
OL Brandseth, MT Håvarstein, HB Urke, E Haug, T Larsen
Norsk Epidemiologi 28 (1-2), 2019
Delrapport fra COMPLETE-prosjektet
T Larsen, CH Anvik, M Tobro, RH Waldahl, T Olsen, KM Antonsen, ...
Social Determinants of Chronic Child Malnutrition in Peru: Comparison of a National Sample to a Sample from the Rural Andes from the Peru 2006-2008 Measure DHS Project.
HB Urke
The University of Bergen, 2010
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