Direkt zu:

Dr. Erik Nord Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Oslo


  • Jahrgang 1948
  • Research Fellow am Institute of Social Research (Oslo) und am Norwegian Computing Centre
  • Senior Research Fellow am National Centre for Health Program Evaluation an der Monash University (Melbourne)
  • Visiting scholar an der Stanford University (Kalifornien)
  • seit 1997 Senior Researcher im Norwegian Institute of Public Health (seit 2003 im Department of Mental Health)

Mitgliedschaften (Auswahl)

  • Mitglied des IQWiG International Expert Panel
  • Zuvor u.a. Berater der WHO, der OECD, des US Department of Health sowie des NICE

Forschungsschwerpunkte (Auswahl)

  • principles and population preferences for priority setting in health care developing methods for incorporating such preferences in economic evaluation of health programs
  • “person trade-off” for a particular technique for eliciting societal preferences for resource allocation
  • “Saved Young Life Equivalent” (SAVE) as an alternative to the QALY in valuing health programs
  • “EuroQol Instrument” for measuring health related quality of life (EQ-5D)