Charlotte Sahlén Helmer

As a PhD student I am studying and evaluating interventions for preventing stress and support interaction between preterm infants and their parents.

About me


  • Assignments: I have some teaching assignments at the Specialist Nursing Programs



Charlotte Sahlén Helmer, Ulrika Birberg Thornberg, Thomas Abrahamsson, Evalotte Mörelius (2022) Mothers experiences of a new early collaborative intervention, the EACI, in the neonatal period: A qualitative study Journal of Clinical Nursing Continue to DOI
Evalotte Mörelius, Charlotte Sahlén Helmer, Maria Hellgren, Siw Alehagen (2022) Supporting Premature Infants Oral Feeding in the NICU: A Qualitative Study of Nurses Perspectives Children, Vol. 9, Article 16 Continue to DOI


Charlotte Sahlén Helmer, Ulrika Birberg Thornberg, Evalotte Mörelius (2021) An Early Collaborative Intervention Focusing on Parent-Infant Interaction in the Neonatal Period: A Descriptive Study of the Developmental Framework International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Vol. 18, Article 6656 Continue to DOI


Evalotte Mörelius, Emma Olsson, Charlotte Sahlén Helmer, Ylva Thernstrom Blomqvist, Charlotte Angelhoff (2020) External barriers for including parents of preterm infants in a randomised clinical trial in the neonatal intensive care unit in Sweden: a descriptive study BMJ Open, Vol. 10, Article e040991 Continue to DOI
Charlotte Sahlén Helmer, Ulrika Birberg Thornberg, Anneli Frostell, Annica Ortenstrand, Evalotte Morelius (2020) A Randomized Trial of Continuous Versus Intermittent Skin-to-Skin Contact After Premature Birth and the Effects on Mother-Infant Interaction Advances in Neonatal Care, Vol. 20, p. E48-E56 Continue to DOI