Anneliese de Wet, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow (previously held)
Boston University
Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation

Since July 2021, I am in a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship at Boston University's Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation to gain additional exposure, training and mentorship in mental health recovery.
From January to June 2021, I completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Stellenbosch University to add publications from my PhD.
I completed my PhD in December 2020 at Stellenbosch University. The dissertation topic was, The development of a contextually-appropriate individual measure of mental health recovery for a South African context.
I completed my Masters degree in Psychology in 2013. My thesis title was, Hearing their voices: The lived experience of recovery from first episode psychosis in schizophrenia.

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  1. de Wet A, Maru M. The importance of family and service provider involvement with service users from three perspectives in a South African context. WAPR Bull. 2023 Dec; 51:29-37. PMID: 38566893; PMCID: PMC10986310
  2. De Wet A, Kagee A. G. Joubert & L. Myer (Eds.), Epidemiology: A research manual for South Africa. Community participation in epidemiological research. Oxford University Press. 2022; 48-55.
  3. De Wet A, Sunkel C, Pretorius C. Opportunities and challenges: A case for formal peer support work in mental health in a South African context. Advances in Mental Health. 2022. View Publication
  4. de Wet A, Pretorius C. From darkness to light: Barriers and facilitators to mental health recovery in the South African context. Int J Soc Psychiatry. 2022 Feb; 68(1):82-89. PMID: 33307927
  5. de Wet A, Pretorius C. Perceptions and understanding of mental health recovery for service users, carers, and service providers: A South African perspective. Psychiatr Rehabil J. 2021 Jun; 44(2):157-165. PMID: 33151709
  6. de Wet A, Dowling T, Swartz L, Lesch A, Kagee A, Kafaar Z, Hassan NR, Newman PA. Complexities in the process of translating research documents in cross-cultural settings. Glob Public Health. 2020 06; 15(6):818-827. PMID: 31994442
  7. de Wet A, Swartz L, Kagee A, Lesch A, Kafaar Z, Hassan NR, Robbertze D, Newman PA. The trouble with difference: Challenging and reproducing inequality in a biomedical HIV research community engagement process. Glob Public Health. 2020 01; 15(1):22-30. PMID: 31274374
  8. De Wet A, Parker J, Pretorius C. The Spring Foundation: a recovery approach to institutional public mental health services in South Africa. Perspect Public Health. 2019 05; 139(3):123-124. PMID: 31074345
  9. Hassan NR, Swartz L, Kagee A, De Wet A, Lesch A, Kafaar Z, Newman PA . “There is not a safe space where they can find themselves to be free”: (Un)safe spaces and the promotion of queer visibilities among township males who have sex with males (MSM) in Cape Town, South Africa. Health & Place. 2018; 49:93–100. View Publication
  10. Kagee A, De Wet A, Kafaar Z, Lesch A, Swartz L, Newman PA. Caveats and pitfalls associated with researching community engagement in the context of HIV vaccine trials. J Health Psychol. 2020 01; 25(1):82-91. PMID: 29243520
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2018-2020 National Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences: PhD scholarship award (~$24,000)
2018 Psychology Department, Stellenbosch University: Departmental bursary for PhD study (~$3,600)
2012 Golden Key International Honour Society: membership
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