Erica Breuer is a public mental health researcher based in Newcastle, Australia, with various research interests including the development and evaluation of complex mental health interventions in low and middle income countries. From 2008-2018 she worked in Cape Town, South Africa, where she worked on studies using theory driven evaluation approaches in the development and evaluation of complex health interventions, intervention studies of community based mental health services and epidemiological studies of mental illness in South Africa, Ethiopia, India, Nepal, Uganda and Kenya. From 2011-2019, she has been a researcher and project manager for the Programme for Improving Mental Healthcare (PRIME) (www.prime.uct.ac.za), a multi-country research programme which aims to develop, implement, evaluate and scale up mental healthcare plans in five low and middle income countries led from the University of Cape Town. She has specific expertise in Theory of Change and is currently co-leading the Theory of Change work-package for STRiDE: Strengthening Dementia Responses in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (https://www.stride-dementia.org)
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