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Research Tool 1: Theory of change

published on Wednesday, November 13th, 2019

Breuer E, Comas-Herrera A, Docrat S, Freeman E, Schneider M and the STRiDE team (2019) STRiDE Theory of Change Workshops: Guidance and Resources. STRiDE Research Tool No.1 (version 2), Care Policy and Evaluation Centre at LSE, London.

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Research Tool 2: Conducting literature reviews

published on Tuesday, January 5th, 2021

Lorenz-Dant K, Docrat S, Fry A and Comas-Herrera A (2020) STRiDE Guide to Conducting Literature Searches. STRiDE Research Tool No.2 (version 2), Care Policy and Evaluation Centre, LSE, London.

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Research Tool 3: In-depth situational analysis

published on Thursday, December 16th, 2021

Comas-Herrera A, Docrat S, Lorenz-Dant K, Ilinca S, Govia I, Hussein S, Knapp M, Lund C, Schneider M and the STRiDE team (2021) STRiDE Guide to In-Depth Situational Analysis: Desk-Review Topic Guide. STRiDE Research Tool No.3 (version 2), Care Policy and Evaluation Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science, London.

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Research Tool 4: Academic writing

published on Thursday, December 16th, 2021

Lorenz-Dant K, Docrat S, Comas-Herrera A, Brawn N, Weidner W, Salcher-Konrad and Knapp M (2021) STRiDE Guide to Academic Writing. STRiDE Research Tool No.4 (version 2), Care Policy and Evaluation Centre, LSE, London.

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Research Tool 5: Case vignettes

published on Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022

Lorenz-Dant K, Comas-Herrera A, Docrat S, Schneider M, Jacobs R, Lopez-Ortega M, Gutiérrez Robledo LM, Amour R, Elias N, Nguyen T, Da Mata F, Ferri C, De Oliveira D, Mateus E, Franzon AC, Robinson J, Rajagopalan J, Alladi S, Pattabiraman M, Thomas PT, Narendhar R, Hurzuk S, Govia I, Lund C, Knapp M, and the […]

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Martin Knapp

published on Monday, November 11th, 2019

Martin Knapp is Professor of Social Policy and Professorial Research Fellow within CPEC at LSE. He is the Principal Investigator for the STRiDE project. He has also been Director of the NIHR School for Social Care Research since 2009. His current research emphases are primarily dementia, child and adult mental health, autism and long-term social […]

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Adelina Comas-Herrera

published on Monday, November 11th, 2019

Adelina Comas-Herrera is an Assistant Professorial Research Fellow within CPEC at LSE and co-leads the STRiDE project. She was also academic project manager of the Modelling Dementia (MODEM) research project which aimed to estimate the impact, in terms of costs and quality of life, of making interventions that are known to work for people with […]

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Christine Musyimi

published on Monday, November 11th, 2019

Dr Christine Musyimi is a community mental health researcher at Africa Mental Health Research and Training Foundation. She received her PhD in Global Mental Health from Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, and MSc in Medical Statistics and BSc in Nursing from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. She has written extensively (in book chapters and peer-reviewed journals) on […]

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STRiDE training

published on Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

A core aim of the STRiDE project is to develop research capacity in the seven STRiDE countries. We are developing research skills in economics, policy analysis and use of evidence in policy-making to underpin sustainable and equitable responses to dementia in each country. Our training centres on producing the project’s research outputs; training for researchers […]

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Klara Lorenz-Dant

published on Monday, November 11th, 2019

Klara Lorenz-Dant is a Research Officer working on both the STRiDE (Strengthening responses to dementia in developing countries) and the MODEM (modelling outcome and cost impacts of interventions for dementia) projects and the and will shortly complete her PhD at LSE looking at the well-being and quality of life of unpaid carers of people with […]

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