Bilde av Husberg, Vendela
Bilde av Husberg, Vendela
Department of Psychology vendela.husberg@uit.no Tromsø

Vendela Husberg


Job description

My primary interest is within the field of psychiatric epidemiology. I use population based data from the Tromsø Study to investigate comorbid hazardous alcohol use and insomnia. 

- Comorbid mental and physical health

- Hazardous alcohol use

- Insomnia

- Hazardous alcohol use and use of healthcare services 


  • Vendela Husberg, Laila Arnesdatter Hopstock, Oddgeir Friborg, Jan H Rosenvinge, Svein Bergvik, Kamilla Rognmo :
    Epidemiology of comorbid hazardous alcohol use and insomnia in 19 185 women and men attending the population-based Tromsø Study 2015–2016
    BMC Public Health 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Vendela Husberg-Bru, Anne Katrine Bergland, Svetlana Ondrasova Skurtveit, Torgeir Gilje Lid :
    Pasientforløp etter en Alkohol-intervensjon på Somatisk Sykehus: TRAITS Hospital
    2023
  • Vendela Husberg-Bru, Kamilla Rognmo, Marijke Veenstra :
    Dimensjoner av sosial ulikhet i eldre år: Alkoholbruk før og etter pensjonsalder
    2023
  • Vendela Husberg-Bru, Kamilla Rognmo, Marijke Veenstra :
    Alkoholbruk etter overgangen til pensjon: En befolknings basert studie fra Tromsøundersøkelsen (2007-2016)
    2023
  • Vendela Husberg :
    Which potentially traumatic events are highest associated with hazardous alcohol use?
    2022
  • Vendela Husberg, Laila Arnesdatter Hopstock, Oddgeir Friborg, Jan H Rosenvinge, Svein Bergvik, Kamilla Rognmo :
    The risk and prevalence of insomnia among individuals with alcohol use disorder: Results from the Tromsø study.
    2019
  • Vendela Husberg, Laila Arnesdatter Hopstock, Oddgeir Friborg, Jan H Rosenvinge, Svein Bergvik, Kamilla Rognmo :
    Insomnia and alcohol use disorder: Findings from a population based study
    2019

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    Research interests

    • Psychiatric epidemiology
    • Alcohol use disorders
    • Alcohol and insomnia
    • Healthcare utilization and hazardous alcohol use
    • Comorbid somatic and mental health problems
    • Alcohol and potentially traumatic events (PTE)