My research, webinars and podcasts

This is an overview of my research. I have categorized it to make it more accessible due to your curiosity. I will try to revise it as soon as new projects are published. 

My Thesis

My thesis was titled “Physiological changes following swimming in cold water in triathlon and military operations: Temperaturephysiology and cold water swimming with wetsuit or drysuit”. I did my dissertation at Oslo University Hospital on 12 May 2022.

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Norseman Research

“Is left ventricular function reduced after ultra-endurance exercise?”

“Reduced L-Arginine and L-Arginine-ADMA-Ratio, and Increased SDMA after Norseman Xtreme Triathlon”

“Transient Reduction of FMD-Response and L-Arginine Accompanied by Increased Levels of E-Selectin, VCAM, and ICAM after Prolonged Strenuous Exercise”

“Core Temperature during Cold-Water Triathlon Swimming”

“Does Cold-Water Endurance Swimming Affect Pulmonary Function in Healthy Adults?”

“Biochemical markers after the Norseman Extreme Triathlon”

“Effects of Krill Oil and Race Distance on Serum Choline and Choline Metabolites in Triathletes: A Field Study”

“Lung function and oxygen saturation after participation in Norseman Xtreme Triathlon”

“Core Temperature in Triathletes during Swimming with Wetsuit in 10 °C Cold Water”

“Late-Presenting Swimming-Induced Pulmonary Edema: A Case Report Series from the Norseman Xtreme Triathlon”

Military related research

3D-Printed Tourniquets Used at the Battlefront in Ukraine: A Pilot Study

Altered Sympathoadrenal Activity Following Cold-Water Diving

“Impact of a 10,000-m Cold-Water Swim on Norwegian Naval Special Forces Recruits”

“Abstracts from The Cold Weather Operations Conference 2021”

“Performance of Norwegian civilian EMTs and army medics in penetrating trauma: a controlled simulation-based assessment”

Emergency and prehospital care

“Assessing Firefighters’ Tourniquet Skill Attainment and Retention: A Controlled Simulation-Based Experiment”

“Norwegian Emergency Medicine Systems’ Training and Equipment for Penetrating Injuries: A National Survey-Based Study”

“Relationship between level of CPR training, self-reported skills, and actual manikin test performance—an observational study”

“Self-perceived and factual skills in basic CPR in young military personnel with two different levels of life support training”

“Compression fraction and basic airway management skills in young military personnel on two different levels of life support training”


Australian Tactical Medical Association March 2024

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Norseman Research Group Seminar 2020

Idrettsforskning Seminar 2020 (Norwegian)


College of Remote and Offshore Medicine March 2024

Industrivernpodden March 2024(Norwegian)

Industrivernpodden 25 mars 2024

TSG Talk Podcast 2023

Gode Dager Podcast 2023 (Norwegian)

Gode Dager Podcast

Ekstrempodden 2023 (Norwegian)

Extrempodden Podcast

Idrettsforskning Podcast 2022 (Norwegian)

Idrettsforskning Podcast

Frozen Doc Podcast 2022

Journal of Special Operation Medicine Podcast Fall 2021

Journal of Special Operation Medicine Podcast