I am currently employed as Post-doc Researcher in the PRIME Health research group under the lead of Prof. Cecilia Magnusson at the Department of Global Public Health. Within my post-doc project, I research questions on the bi-directional association between school and labor market environment and mental health using Swedish register data.
During my PhD studies (2013-2018) I have been working in the research group “Child and Adolescent Epidemiology” under the lead of Prof. Finn Rasmussen where I evaluated a large cluster-randomised trial (PRIMROSE) aiming at the prevention of childhood obesity.
Work in process:
Döring N, Lundberg M, Dalman C, Hemingsson T, Rasmussen F, et al (2020) Labour market position of young people and premature mortality in adult life: A 26-year follow-up of 569 528 Swedish 18 year-olds submitted
Transition to Further Education among Young Adults with Autism without Intellectual Disability: A Total Population Register Study, Stockholm, Sweden
Döring N, Zethraeus N, Tynelius P, et al (2018). Economic evaluation of PRIMROSE - A trial-based analysis of an early childhood intervention to prevent obesity. Frontiers Endocrinology. 2018; 9:104
Döring N, Mayer S, Rasmussen F, Sonntag D (2016) Economic Evaluation of Obesity Prevention in Early Childhood: Methods, Limitations and Recommendations, International journal of environmental research and public health 2016;13(9)
Döring N, Ghaderi A, Bohman B, et al. (2016) Motivational interviewing to prevent childhood obesity: a cluster RCT. Pediatrics. 2016;137(5):1–10
Döring N, Hansson LM, Scheers Andersson E, et al. (2014) Primary prevention of childhood obesity through counselling sessions at Swedish child health centres: design, methods and baseline sample characteristics of the PRIMROSE cluster-randomised trial. BMC Public Health. 2014;14(1):335
Döring N, de Munter J, Rasmussen F (2015), The associations between overweight, weight change and health related quality of life: Longitudinal data from the Stockholm Public Health Cohort 2002-2010, Preventive Medicine, 75:12-17