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NAKMI flyers (NOR)


Title/name of initiative: 


Type of initiative: 

Website containing links to flyers with information in several languages and links to further resources and help. Flyers in Polish

Do you have signs of dementia? 

What is dementia? 

Do you forget things more often than you used to?  




The Norwegian Centre for Migration and Minority Health (NAKMI) works towards attaining equity in health care for immigrants and their descendants in Norway.

NAKMI’s goal is to be the nexus for migrant and ethnic minority health, through research and policy development, education, training, capacity building and dissemination of research and information nationally and internationally. Our main target groups are health policy makers and managers, health professionals, researchers and students.

NAKMI was established in 2003 by the Ministry of Health and Care Services. The centre reports to the Directors of Health and is administratively affiliated with Oslo University Hospital. 

Source of the information on this page: 

Which ethnic group(s) are covered?

Several, including people from Polish-speaking communities living in Norway

Which languages are covered? 

Several, including Polish

What is the target audience of the initiative?

People with dementia, family members and interested parties.



Where or from whom to obtain more information:  

Visiting address


Oslo University Hospital, Aker Campus
 Trondheimsveien 235
 0586 Oslo, Norway
 Building No. 6 (8th floor)

Phone: +47 23 02 34 80

Postal address

NAKMI (Norwegian Center for Minority Health)
 Oslo University Hospital
 PO Box 4956 Nydalen
 0424 Oslo, Norway



Last Updated: Friday 14 December 2018


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