Rudo Dube

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Rudo is an aspiring Clinical Psychologist and current Trainee Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner studying at UCL. She has a first-class degree in Psychology & Biology from Newcastle University and has worked in a range of community and inpatient based clinical roles. Her areas of interest include trauma-informed approaches, novel therapeutic interventions and mental health inequality, particularly relating to the disparities experienced by minoritized groups.


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Is complex trauma associated with worse outcomes than non-complex trauma?


Rudo Dube summarises a longitudinal study which finds that people exposed to complex trauma had higher levels of general psychopathology and were more likely to experience conditions such as PTSD, depression and psychotic symptoms.

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HIV stigma and depression: new systematic review of people in South Africa

LANGA TOWNSHIP, SOUTH AFRICA - JULY 12, 2015 - A young girl poses for a photograph at her home in Langa, South Africa, a township located on the outskirts of Cape Town.

Rudo Dude summarises a systematic review which examines the links between HIV stigma and depression among people living with HIV/AIDS in South Africa.

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The links between social deprivation and mental health problems in immigrants and non-immigrants


Rudo Dube writes about an Australian study of socially fragmented neighbourhoods and psychological distress among immigrants and non-immigrants in Australia.

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