Svenn-Erik Mamelund, PhD, Professor
Svenn-Erik Mamelund, PhD, Professor
Head and founder of Centre for Research on Pandemics & Society, Oslo Metropolitan University
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An egalitarian disease? Socioeconomic status and individual survival of the Spanish Influenza pandemic of 1918-19 in the Norwegian capital of Kristiania
SE Mamelund
Memorandum, 2004
Tracking parental attitudes on vaccination across European countries: the Vaccine Safety, Attitudes, Training and Communication Project (VACSATC)
P Stefanoff, SE Mamelund, M Robinson, E Netterlid, J Tuells, ...
Vaccine 28 (35), 5731-5737, 2010
Geography may explain adult mortality from the 1918–20 influenza pandemic
SE Mamelund
Epidemics 3 (1), 46-60, 2011
Can the Spanish influenza pandemic of 1918 explain the baby boom of 1920 in neutral Norway?
SE Mamelund
Population (english edition), 229-260, 2004
Short-term birth sequelae of the 1918–1920 influenza pandemic in the United States: state-level analysis
S Chandra, J Christensen, SE Mamelund, N Paneth
American journal of epidemiology 187 (12), 2585-2595, 2018
Race and 1918 influenza pandemic in the United States: A review of the literature
H Økland, SE Mamelund
International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (14), 2487, 2019
1918 pandemic morbidity: The first wave hits the poor, the second wave hits the rich
SE Mamelund
Influenza and other respiratory viruses 12 (3), 307-313, 2018
Employability as an alternative to job security
VH Bernstrøm, I Drange, SE Mamelund
Personnel Review 48 (1), 234-248, 2018
Spanish influenza mortality of ethnic minorities in Norway 1918–1919
SE Mamelund
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 19, 83-102, 2003
The association between socioeconomic status and pandemic influenza: Systematic review and meta-analysis
SE Mamelund, C Shelley-Egan, O Rogeberg
PLoS One 16 (9), e0244346, 2021
Social inequality – a forgotten forgotten factor in pandemic influenza preparedness
SE Mamelund
Tidsskrift for den norske legeforening 137 (12/13), 911-913, 2017
Black-white disparities in 2009 H1N1 vaccination among adults in the United States: a cautionary tale for the COVID-19 pandemic
AE Burger, EN Reither, SE Mamelund, S Lim
Vaccine 39 (6), 943-951, 2021
The association between marital status and psychological well-being in Norway
A Reneflot, SE Mamelund
European sociological review 28 (3), 355-365, 2012
The association between socioeconomic status and pandemic influenza: protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis
SE Mamelund, C Shelley-Egan, O Rogeberg
Systematic reviews 8, 1-6, 2019
Influenza-associated mortality during the 1918–1919 influenza pandemic in Alaska and Labrador: a comparison
SE Mamelund, L Sattenspiel, J Dimka
Social Science History 37 (2), 177-229, 2013
Kohort-og periodedødelighet i Norge 1846-1994: Cohort and period mortality in Norway 1846-1994
SE Mamelund, JK Borgan
Statistisk Sentralbyrå (Statistics Norway), 1996
Are you moving up or falling short? An inquiry of skills-based variation in self-perceived employability among Norwegian employees
I Drange, VH Bernstrøm, SE Mamelund
Work, Employment and Society 32 (2), 387-406, 2018
Individual and organizational well-being when workplace conflicts are on the agenda. A mixed methods study
H Enehaug, M Helmersen, SE Mamelund
Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies 6 (1), 83-104, 2016
Influenza, historical
SE Mamelund
In: Kris Heggenhougen and Stella Quah (eds.), International Encyclopedia of …, 2008
Effects of the Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918-19 on Later Life Mortality of Norwegian Cohorts Born About 1900
SE Mamelund
Memorandum, 2003
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