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Adherence in patients with diabetes

Adonix

Capacity building through supportive structures and increased knowledge at work reduce stigma and that manager improve their competence in managing CMD - Work stream 3, New ways

Depression stigma at work (New ways)

Development of a decision support for sick-listed (New ways)

DRUMS - Drug Related Morbidity in Sweden

Early identification and treatment in the primary health care of persons with CMD and at risk of sickness absence - Work stream 2, New ways

Experience of and attitudes to generic substitution and over-the counter medicines

Experienced dilemmas in treating men's sexual health

Food and Media

GP-3Q (New ways)

Grow up Gothenburg

H70

Health Assets Project

Health Equilibrium Initiative (HEI)

Health literacy and the development of a decision support for persons on sick-leave - Work stream 1, New ways

ICT use, lifestyle and BMI in young adults

IDEFICS

I.Family

Intergene

Intergene Adonix 2

Livbojen 2.0

MADRS-S (New ways)

Manager's perspective - a missing piece (New ways)

Maternal health in Rwanda

New ways

Prescribing of psychotropic drugs in Region Västra Götaland

PRIM-NET - Does internet-based CBT work as a method to improve capacity to work and reduce sickness absence?

Prospective Population Study of Women in Gothenburg (PPSW)

Quality and utilization of antenatal care services (ANC)

RARE - Refill Adherence in Registers

Social inequity in access to care (New ways)

TIDAS - Early identification of people at risk for sick-leave due to work-related stress (New ways)

Traumatic experiences, mental disorders and barriers to care among young men and women in Rwanda

WAG - Women and Alcohol in Göteborg

WHO COSI

WIS-CMD (New ways)

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