Mette Valdersdorf Jensen
Academic associate, PhD in Medical Psychology

Telephone: 28 15 82 48

Educational background:
Bachelor of science in Nursing, The Metropolitan University College Copenhagen (2015)
Master of science in Public Health, University of Southern Denmark (2018)
PhD in Medical Psychology, University of Southern Denmark (2022)

Areas of work:

  • Development of teaching materials in suicide prevention aimed at social – and health care assistant schools
  • Implementation of teaching materials in suicide prevention for selected groups of professions
  • Trial and evaluation of teaching materials in suicide prevention


  • Jensen MV, Broadley M, Speight J, Chatwin H, Scope A, Cantrell A, Heller S, de Galan BE, Hendrieckx C, Pouwer F; of the Hypo-RESOLVE consortium. The impact of hypoglycaemia in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes on parental quality of life and related outcomes: A systematic review. Pediatric Diabetes. 2022 May;23(3):390-405. doi: 10.1111/pedi.13308.
  • Jensen MV, Broadley M, Speight J, Scope A, Preston L, Heller S, de Galan BE, Pouwer F, Hendrieckx C; Hypo-RESOLVE Consortium. The impact of hypoglycaemia on the quality of life of family members of adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes: A qualitative systematic review. Diabetic Med. 2021 Oct;38(10):e14666. doi: 10.1111/dme.14666.
  • Chatwin H, Broadley M, Valdersdorf Jensen M, Hendrieckx C, Carlton J, Heller S, Amiel S, de Galan B, Hermanns N, Finke-Groene K, Speight J, Pouwer F. ‘Never again will I be carefree’: a qualitative study of the impact of hypoglycemia on quality of life among adults with type 1 diabetes. BMJ Open Diabetes Res Care. 2021 Aug;9(1):e002322. doi: 10.1136/bmjdrc-2021-002322.
  • Jensen MV, Pouwer F. Pårørendes livskvalitet påvirkes af hypoglykæmi. Best Practice Nordic. 2022 Nov.
  • P.B. Danborg, M. Valdersdorf and P.C. Gøtzsche. Long-term harms from previous use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors: A systematic review. International Journal of Risk & Safety in Medicine 30 (2019) 59–71. DOI 10.3233/JRS-180046