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Pause in fieldwork due to COVID-19

published on Wednesday, June 3rd, 2020

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Systematic review and meta-analysis of dementia prevalence in seven developing countries

published on Thursday, May 13th, 2021

Farina N, Ibnidris A, Alladi S, Comas-Herrera A, Albanese E, Docrat S, Ferri CP, Freeman E, Govia I, Jacobs R, Astudillo-Garcia CI, Musyimi C, Sani TP, Schneider M, Theresia I, Turana Y, Knapp M, Banerjee S, on behalf of the STRiDE team (2020) A systematic review and meta-analysis of dementia prevalence in seven developing countries: A STRiDE […]

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Description of the cross-cultural process adopted in the STRiDE (STrengthening Responses to dementia in DEveloping countries) program: A methodological overview

published on Monday, April 11th, 2022

Farina E, Jacobs R, Sani TP, Schneider M, Theresia I, Turana Y, Fitri FI, Albanese E, Lorenz-Dant K, Docrat S, Du Toit P, Ferri CP, Govia I, Comas-Herrera A, Ibnidris A, Knapp M, Banerjee B (2022) Description of the cross-cultural process adopted in the STRiDE (STrengthening Responses to dementia in DEveloping countries) program: A methodological overview. […]

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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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Alia Ibnidris

published on Monday, November 11th, 2019

Alia Ibnidris is working with Emiliano Albanese on the STRiDE project, particularly focusing on evidence review.

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Paper: Description of the cross-cultural process adopted in the STRiDE program

published on Monday, April 11th, 2022

This paper describes the methodology used for the cross-cultural adaptation process as part of the development of a valid and culture-fair toolkit to enable the collection of data on the prevalence of dementia, its impact on people’s lives, and costs in Indonesia and South Africa, as part of the STRiDE program. The paper summaries the features […]

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Costs and data

published on Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

We are generating new evidence about the prevalence, costs, and impact of dementia in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). This is being achieved in three phases: A systematic review of existing literature on the prevalence of dementia for the seven STRiDE countries and review existing evidence on impact and costs of dementia Search, screen, critically […]

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Crick Lund

published on Monday, November 11th, 2019

Professor Crick Lund is Director of the Alan J Flisher Centre for Public Mental Health at the University of Cape Town. He is CEO of PRIME (Programme for Improving Mental Health Care), a DFID-funded research consortium focusing on the integration of mental health into primary care in low-resource settings, and Principal Investigator of AFFIRM (Africa […]

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Nicolas Farina

published on Monday, November 11th, 2019

Dr Nicolas Farina has eclectic research interests spanning from the benefits of physical activity, to identifying ways to maintain and improve people’s quality of life. The consistent element of his research is that it always involves people with dementia. More recently, his research interests have moved to understand people’s attitudes of dementia and also how […]

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Roxanne Jacobs

published on Monday, November 11th, 2019

Roxanne Jacobs has joined the South African team at the Centre for Public Mental Health at the University of Cape Town, as an early career researcher on the STRiDE project. She is a research psychologist with a background in psychology, research methods and gender women’s studies. Roxanne has worked with multi-disciplinary teams both locally and […]

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