Charlotte Hanlon

Job role: 
Psychiatrist and epidemiologist
Member type: 
Practitioner/Implementer
Researcher
Regions of interest: 
Africa
Disorders of interest: 
Depression/anxiety/stress-related disorders
Country: 
Ethiopia

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Where There Is No Psychiatrist: A Mental Health Care Manual

This is the 2nd edition of this mental health care manual from Vikram Patel and Charlotte Hanlon aimed largely at general health workers in low- and middle-income country settings.
Page type: 
Research summaries and systematic reviews
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RISE Manual for community-based rehabilitation workers

A manual for community-based rehabilitation workers, who will be working with people with schizophrenia.
Page type: 
Training
Approach: 
Task sharing
Treatment, care and rehabilitation
Training, education and capacity building
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Building the capacity of policy-makers and planners to strengthen mental health systems in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review

A review of the literature to identify and synthesize the evidence base for building the capacity of policy-makers and planners to strengthen mental health systems in LMICs.
Page type: 
Research summaries and systematic reviews
Approach: 
Policy and legislation
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Rehabilitation Intervention for people with Schizophrenia in Ethiopia (RISE)

Community based rehabilitation (CBR), which involves working with individuals, families, and communities.
Region: 
Africa
Population: 
Adults
Families and carers
Disability
Disorder: 
Psychosis/bipolar disorder
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Raj Persaud in Conversation: Where there is no psychiatrist

In this podcast, Dr Raj Persaud interviews Dr Charlotte Hanlon about care for people with severe mental disorders in Ethiopia, specifically, and across Africa more generally.
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Approach: 
Policy and legislation
Human rights
Empowerment and service user involvement
Advocacy
Task sharing
Technology
Prevention and promotion
Detection and diagnosis
Treatment, care and rehabilitation
Training, education and capacity building
Disorder: 
All disorders
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Where did all the depression go?

Prime researcher Charlotte Hanlon discusses the widespread issue with underdetection of depression at primary healthcare.
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