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Cambridge Public Health


Sabrina Anjara is a PhD student at the Institute of Public Health and the first Gates Cambridge Scholar from Indonesia. Her research focuses on the implementation and outcome evaluation of mental health care policies in Indonesia, specifically in adapting service delivery models to local contexts. Prior to Cambridge, Sabrina spent two years working at the Medical Education Unit, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, and a further two years as a Psychologist at Singapore’s Ministry of Social and Family Development. Her MSc research (at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London) focused on the quality of life and social connectivity of migrant workers in Singapore. She was Vice President of the Cambridge University Southeast Asia Forum (2015), and is currently Treasurer of the Cambridge Migration Society, Secretary-General for the Indonesian Students Society (PPI-Cambridge), and a cox for Queens’ College Boat Club.

Publications from Elements


2019 (No publication date)

  • Anjara, S., 2019 (No publication date). Evaluating the Clinical Cost-effectiveness of Two Primary Mental Health Service Frameworks in Yogyakarta, Indonesia