About the programme
The Kavli Trust Programme on Health Research is committed to fund research on preventing and combating serious illness and on alleviating humanitarian need. In 2017, 2018 and 2019 the programme will be devoted to the funding collaborative research projects addressing selected evidence gaps in children and adolescents mental health.
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The staff have designed the programme. They screen all applications before sending them through to review and they provide support for the scientific committees.
Jan-Ole Hesselberg | Programme manager
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Ida Svege | Senior Advisor
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The Strategic Scientific Committee
The committee searches for evidence gaps in high quality scientific databases. The identified evidence gaps are formulated as research questions.
Arild Bjørndal | Chair
Bjørndal is the director of RBUP and professor II at the University of Oslo. He is the former board chair of the Campbell Collaboration.
Karianne Thune Hammerstrøm | Member
Hammerstrøm is a senior advisor at RBUP and the former head of the section of welfare services at The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services.
Johan Siqveland | Member
Siqveland is a senior advisor at Akershus University Hospital. He is a psychologist and researcher, and previously a senior advisor at the section of Health Economics and Drugs Unit at The Norwegian Knowledge Centre for the Health Services.
Scientific Review Committee
The committee reviews the pre-proposals and full-proposals.
Clinical psychologist and Associate Professor of Youth Mental Health in the Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Auckland
Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at Saint Louis University and Co-Chair of the Campbell Collaboration’s Social Welfare Coordinating Group.
Integrated Specialist in Diverse and Underserved Children, Families, and Communities, Associate Professor, Human Development and Family Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Professor and Associate Dean for Research in the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Denver
The User Panel
The user panel consists of six different Norwegian mental health organisations. They provide a ranking of the research questions. It serves as a recommendation when the Kavli Trust Board decides on which research questions that will be funded.
The organisations are Mental Helse, Mental Helse Ungdom, Landsforeningen for pårørende i psykisk helse, Norsk psykologforening, Norsk psykiatrisk forening and Rådet for psykisk helse.