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Useful websites

On this website, you will find different learning resources/arenas for children and young people and/or interaction between professions. The resources are not developed by INTERACT.

Barn oss i mellom
Barn oss imellom’ (BOIM) is a student association working to increase interdisciplinary expertise among students who will work with children in the future. Each year, the students at OsloMet organise a joint conference focusing on children and young people. The purpose of the conference is to lower the threshold for getting in touch with and cooperating with other professionals, and in this way be able to care for children and young people in a more uniform manner.

Ungdata– The centre Ungdatasenteret is part of OsloMet (OsloMet)

NOVA (Norwegian Social Research)  – Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet)

The Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs
Here you will find a host of relevant resources directed towards children, young people and families.

Kompetansebroen (The competence bridge)
The website offers courses, training, news and theme-based subject areas. The list of areas of competence sharing is long, and the sharing is supported both by research and legislation.

The Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training
The Norwegian Directorate for Education and Trainingis responsible for the development of kindergartens, primary and secondary education.

KS læring (KS learning)
KS Læring is a national resource for knowledge sharing and competence-raising from the Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities (KS) for employees in Norwegian municipalities and county authorities.


The Norwegian Centre for Migration and Minority Health
The Norwegian Centre for Migration and Minority Health (NAKMI) works to promote knowledge about health and care services to immigrants and their descendants in Norway.

The National Parents’ Committee for Primary and Lower Secondary Education – cooperation between home and school.
Gives advice and guidance to parents with children in school and is a service and information body for parent contact persons, the Parents’ Working Committee and municipal parents’ committees.Develops a range of publications for parents and employers in schools (these can be downloaded from www.fug.no/materiell). Also provides advice to the education authorities in matters concerning cooperation between home and school.

Public and quality-assured information for young people about their rights, opportunities and duties. The target group is young people from ages 13 to 20.

Web-based services in different subject areas relevant to health personnel, patients or next of kin.Helsekompetanse is part of the Centre for quality and Development at the University Hospital of North Norway (UNN).

Tilbeste.no is a cooperation between the four Regional Centres for Child and Youth Mental Health and Child Welfare (RKBU North, RKBU Central Norway, RKBU west and RBUP East and south). These four regional knowledge and competence centres engage in research, development, service support, teaching and dissemination within the fields of children and young people’s mental health, and child care and welfare. The centres work on assignment for, and are funded by, the Norwegian Directorate of Health and the Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs.

RVTS South – a leading academic environment in the field of psychological trauma
RVTS South is a competence-building and dissemination centre in the field of psychological trauma. The centre is home to a diverse academic community that translates theoretical knowledge into practice by organising courses, programmes and dissemination work. Rooted in values, they want to make helpers good at encountering people. Their social mission is to be a service for the services within the fields of violence and abuse, traumatic stress, suicide prevention, refugees/forced migration and psychosocial response.

The Norwegian National Advisory Unit on Learning and Mastery in Health – Treff meg! (See me!)
Specialist literature for experts in specialist and municipal health services who work with young people with long-term health challenges, and their parents.

Evidence-based practice
Here you can learn to find, evaluate and use research-based knowledge in practice.