Siri Håvås Haugland is a professor in psychosocial health, and has a masters degree in social work and a PhD in public health and general practice from the Norwegian University of science and technology (NTNU). Her PhD-thesis from 2014 was "HAZARDOUS ALCOHOL USE ACROSS GENERATIONS. Parental and offspring hazardous alcohol use in the Nord Trøndelag Health Study». Her research has since focused on adverse childhood experiences, with a particular focus on parental alcohol use) and harmfull outcomes among children.
Siri has worked within the drug and alcohol field since 1996, primarily at a regional resource center for drug and alchol research, treatment and prevention. She has also workexperience from project management, planning and clinical work with young substance users. In august 2014 the started working at the University of Agder as an associate professor at the Department of psycosocial health, and from january 2016 as the head of department.
Epidmiology, substance use, family, pparental alcohol use, health, living conditions and living habits among marginalized groups, substance use among adolecents, adverse childhood experiences
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