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A recent presentation of Norwegian data from the Babies Born Better Survey has been published on our website, please click below to view.

What matters to women who have given birth in Norway: findings from the Babies Born Better Survey.


Country Coordinator

Dr. Anne Britt Vika Nilsen abvn@hvl.no

Anne Britt Vika Nilsen is a midwife (RN, RM, MHSc, PhD). She has practiced as midwife in different birth settings. She is a lecturer and researcher in Midwifery at Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL) in Norway. Her research interests are; models of care, perineal trauma, user experience, salutogenesis, promoting physiological labour, evidence based practice. She was a member of the COST Action IS1405 and is one of two Country Coordinators from Norway of the Babies Born Better Survey.

Dr. Tine Schauer Eri tine.eri@oslomet.no

Tine Schauer Eri (RN, RM, PhD) is connected to the master program in midwifery science at Oslo Metropolitan University where she works as a lecturer and researcher. She has practiced several years as a midwife. Her research interests are experiences with maternity care, place of birth, models of care, theoretical development of midwifery knowledge, salutogenesis, labour onset. She was a member of the COST Action IS1405 and is one of two Country Coordinators from Norway of the Babies Born Better Survey.

Country Members

Prof. Ellen Blix ellblx@oslomet.no

Ellen Blix (RN, RM, MPH, DrPH) is a professor in Midwifery Science at Oslo Metropolitan University. Her research fields are intrapartum fetal monitoring, place of birth, promoting physiological labour, evidence based practice.

Carina Lian calian@oslomet.no

Carina Vedeler Lian (RN, RM, MMid) is a midwife and a PHD candidate at Oslo Metropolitan University. She is working part time as a community midwife. Her research interests are user experiences, models of care, promoting physiological labour, salutogenesis and community-based primary care. She is currently doing her PhD on the Norwegian and English data from the Babies Born Better survey.

Maternity and parent support organisations:

Ammehjelpen: http://www.ammehjelpen.no

Landsforeningen 1001 dager – mental helse under graviditet og etter fødsel: http://www.landsforeningen1001dager.no 

Foreldresupport 116123:  foreldresupprt@mentalhelse.no, https://mentalhelse.no/fa-hjelp/foreldresupport