HTF i vitenskapelige publikasjoner

Her finner du vitenskapelige publikasjoner med dokumentasjon av effekter eller erfaringer fra innsatsen til helse- og treningsfysiologer.


Exercise Science Graduates in the Healthcare System: A Comparison Between Australia and Switzerland, Carrard et al 2022.


What role can accredited exercise physiologists play in the treatment of eating disorders? A descriptive study. Bergmeier et al 2021

Charter to establish clinical exercise physiology as a recognised allied health profession in the UK: a call to action, Jones et al 2021.

Implementing an Exercise Physiology Clinic for Consumers Within a Community Mental Health Service: A Real-World Evaluation, Fibbins et al 2021.


Why Is Exercise Underutilized in Clinical Practice Despite Evidence It Is Effective? Ekkekakis 2020

Is physical exercise and dietary therapy a feasible alternative to cognitive behavior therapy in treatment of eating disorders? A randomized controlled trial of two group therapies. Mathisen et al 2020.


The Norwegian Healthy Life Centre Study: A pragmatic RCT of physical activity in primary care. Samdal et al 2019.

Respect, trust and continuity: A qualitative study exploring service users’ experience of involvement at a Healthy Life Centre in Norway. Sagsveen et al, 2019.


Therapists’ experiences with a new treatment combining physical exercise and dietary therapy (the PED-t) for eating disorders: an interview study in a randomised controlled trial at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences. Bakland et al 2018.

Treatment effects on compulsive exercise and physical activity in eating disorders. Mathisen et al, 2018.


How do women with eating disorders experience a new treatment combining guided physical exercise and dietary therapy? An interview study of women participating in a randomised controlled trial at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences. Pettersen et al 2017.


Stakeholders’ expectations of Healthy Life Centers: A focus group study. Abildsnes et al, 2016