Wednesday, 24th July 2024

Publication Integrity & Ethics (PIE) was developed over a decade ago to address several areas of concern and promote real editorial freedom.Read more.


PIE Council

General Council Members VIII

PIE Highlights
You are invited to join the Publication Integrity and Ethics as one of its founding members. PIE offers free membership to all interested individuals. Read more.
As an Editor-in-Chief Member you will play a central role in shaping the organisation; you will benefit from the many and varied facilities the P.I.E. Read more.
The Publication Integrity and Ethics intends to publish a special peer-reviewed periodical that will publish short debate articles in science. Read more.

I.H. Monrad Aas PhD

I.H. Monrad Aas started in research in 1976 at the University of Oslo and has his PhD from the same university (1983). In his research, focus has been on a number of issues, like health services research, telemedicine, health care management, health policy, psychiatry and research methodology. For publications, see the database for Norwegian research ( where he has 160 registrations. He has full professor competence (from 1994), been invited speaker to international conferences in Europe, Australia, USA and the Middle East, been invited author by international journals and publishing companies, been mentor and given feedback to more than 250 research works, at the Nordic School of Public Health leading international courses at high level in management and international courses for researchers, been referee for several international journals, opponent at doctoral dissertations and evaluated research institutions in other countries. He has had several elected positions, for example member of the Oslo Students Parliament (1970-1973), leader of the Norwegian Association for Researchers at Vestfold Mental Health Care Trust (2007-2011) and Vestfold Hospital Trust (2012-). He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (London).  He is working with a research unit at the Vestfold Hospital Trust in Norway.

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