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Niels Mulder

Niels C.L. Mulder, MD, PhD

Professor of public mental health

Department of Psychiatry
Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam, The Netherlands

c.l.mulder@erasmusmc.nl





Biographical sketch
Prof. Dr. C.L. Mulder is a psychiatrist and professor of public mental health. He is program leader of the Epidemiological and Social Research institute at Erasmus University Medical Centre, department of psychiatry, psychiatrist and teacher at BavoEuropoort/Parnassia psychiatric institute. He is involved in research projects concerning help seeking behaviour, motivation and compliance, emergency psychiatry, victimisation, assertive outreach, compliance, and coercion and regularly publishes (inter)national scientific articles and books on these matters.

Research interests

De onderzoeksactiviteiten vinden plaats in het kader van het Epidemiologische en Sociaal Psychiatrisch Research instituut (ESPRi). Dit is een samenwerkingsverband tussen ggz-intstellingen in de regio Zuid-West Nederland, de Gemeente Rotterdam en het het Erasmus MC. Prof. Mulder werkt als psychiater in de crisisdienst en doet onderzoek op het gebied van de openbare geestelijke gezondheidszorg (oggz), acute psychiatrie, motivatie voor behandeling en therapietrouw, preventie van dwang en drang, en herstelprocessen.



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