Author: Bjorvatn B

Original article [online first; 20 October 2020]   pdf
The effects of bright light treatment on subjective and objective sleepiness during three consecutive night shifts among hospital nurses – a counter-balanced placebo-controlled crossover study
Bjorvatn B, Pallesen S, Waage S, Thun E, Blytt KM
 
Discussion paper 2020;46(6):557-569   pdf full text
How to schedule night shift work in order to reduce health and safety risks
Garde AH, Begtrup L, Bjorvatn B, Bonde JP, Hansen J, Hansen ÅM, Härmä M, Jensen MA, Kecklund G, Kolstad HA, Larsen AD, Lie JA, Moreno CRC, Nabe-Nielsen K, Sallinen M
 
Short communication 2020;46(6):645-649   pdf full text
A longitudinal study on the association between quick returns and occupational accidents
Vedaa Ø, Harris A, Waage S, Bjorvatn B, Thun E, Buchvold HV, Djupedal ILR, Pallesen S
 
Original article 2018;44(3):251-257   pdf
Shift work schedule and night work load: Effects on body mass index – a four-year longitudinal study
Buchvold HV, Pallesen S, Waage S, Bjorvatn B
 
Review 2010;36(2):109-121   pdf
Measures to counteract the negative effects of night work
Pallesen S, Bjorvatn B, Magerøy N, Saksvik IB, Waage S, Moen BE
 
Original article 2007;33(3):204-215   pdf
Randomized placebo-controlled field study of the effects of bright light and melatonin in adaptation to night work
Bjorvatn B, Stangenes K, Øyane N, Forberg K, Lowden A, Holsten F, Åkerstedt T