Charlotte Mühlmann. PhD

Position: Post doc researcher

Education: MSc in Psychology

Mobil / Cell (+45)

Profil på ​​ResearchGate​_Muehlmann2
Research interests

In the Self-help Online against Suicidal thoughts (SOS) trial, we examined the effect of an internet-based therapy program ( and found the program to be effective in lowering suicidal ideation. In the MyPlan project, we investigate the effect of having a crisis plan on an app versus on paper. My main research interest focus on designing and implementing eHealth interventions for people at risk of suicide.


Bailey, E; Mühlmann, C; Rice, S; Nedeljkovic, M; Alvarez-Jimenez, M; Sander, L; Calear, AL; Batterham, PJ; Robinson, J. (2020) Ethical issues and practical barriers in internet-based suicide prevention research: A review and investigator survey. BMC Medical Ethics. In print.

Sander B; Gerhardinger K; Bailey E; Robinson J; Lin J; Cuijpers P; Mühlmann C. (2020) Suicide risk management in research on internet-based interventions for depression: A synthesis of the current state and recommendations for future research. Journal of Affective Disorders. doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2019.11.045.

Mühlmann C, Madsen T, Hjorthøj C, Kerkhof A, Nordentoft M, Erlangsen A. The Self-help Online against Suicidal thoughts (SOS) trial: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. (2017) Trials.;18(1):45. Published 2017 Jan 28. doi:10.1186/s13063-017-1794-xErlangsen A, Lind BD, Stuart EA, Qin P, Stenager E, Larsen KJ, Wang AG, Hvid M, Nielsen AC, Pedersen CM, Winsløv JH, Langhoff C, Mühlmann C, Nordentoft M. (2015) Short-term and long-term effects of psychosocial therapy for people after deliberate self-harm: a register-based, nationwide multicentre study using propensity score matching. The lancet. Psychiatry  1;2:49–58.​

Conference attendance:

  • 28th World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention, Montreal, Canada: Oral presentation.
  • 3rd ESRII Conference in Warsaw, Poland: Poster presentation.
  • Conference on Suicide Prevention, Kolding, Denmark: Oral presentation

Danish Research Institute for Suicide Prevention – DRISP
Mental Health Center Copenhagen
Gentofte Hospitalsvej 15, 15, 4. sal
DK-2900 Hellerup