Dr. Mitchell is Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine/ Boston Medical Center and board certified in family and palliative medicine. She received her medical degree from Wake Forest University School of Medicine and Masters of Science in Clinical Research from UCLA. Dr. Mitchell completed family medicine residency training at the White Memorial Medical Center Family Medicine Residency program in Los Angeles CA where she continued her work and research in cross cultural communication and cultural competency until 2006 when she relocated to Boston, MA. She completed the Boston University academic fellowship and received and AHRQ mentored clinical researcher award in 2010 to study the impact of patient-doctor communication on health disparities, health service utilization and shared decision making behavior. Dr. Mitchell is a member of the research team on transitions of care and the Project Re-Engineered Discharge (RED) at Boston University. She is a co-principal investigator on the current Project RED-Depression trial studying the effectiveness of mental health support to reduce readmissions. She also has a special interest in the use of novel health technology to enhance patient safety and informed patient choice. Dr. Mitchell is an active member of the teaching faculty at the Boston University School of Medicine and continues to practice primary and palliative care in medically underserved communities of the Boston area.
Dr. Mitchell’s expertise and interests include: cultural competency; health disparities; shared decision making; motivational interviewing; PCMH team development; transition of care; palliative care.
- Active Staff Hospital Privileges, Family Medicine, Boston Medical Center
- Wake Forest University, MD
- University of California, Los Angeles, MS
- Bethel College, BS
- Published on 4/19/2017
Mitchell SE, Weigel GM, Laurens V, Martin J, Jack BW. Implementation and adaptation of the Re-Engineered Discharge (RED) in five California hospitals: a qualitative research study. BMC Health Serv Res. 2017 Apr 19; 17(1):291. PMID: 28424074.
- Published on 4/3/2017
Naylor MD, Shaid EC, Carpenter D, Gass B, Levine C, Li J, Malley A, McCauley K, Nguyen HQ, Watson H, Brock J, Mittman B, Jack B, Mitchell S, Callicoatte B, Schall J, Williams MV. Components of Comprehensive and Effective Transitional Care. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2017 Jun; 65(6):1119-1125. PMID: 28369722.
- Published on 12/13/2016
Gardiner P, Lestoquoy AS, Gergen-Barnett K, Penti B, White LF, Saper R, Fredman L, Stillman S, Lily Negash N, Adelstein P, Brackup I, Farrell-Riley C, Kabbara K, Laird L, Mitchell S, Bickmore T, Shamekhi A, Liebschutz JM. Design of the integrative medical group visits randomized control trial for underserved patients with chronic pain and depression. Contemp Clin Trials. 2017 Mar; 54:25-35. PMID: 27979754.
- Published on 11/3/2016
Mitchell SE, Weigel GM, Stewart SK, Mako M, Loughnane JF. Experiences and Perspectives on Advance Care Planning among Individuals Living with Serious Physical Disabilities. J Palliat Med. 2017 Feb; 20(2):127-133. PMID: 27809645.
- Published on 3/1/2016
Mitchell SE, Martin J, Holmes S, van Deusen Lukas C, Cancino R, Paasche-Orlow M, Brach C, Jack B. How Hospitals Reengineer Their Discharge Processes to Reduce Readmissions. J Healthc Qual. 2016 Mar-Apr; 38(2):116-26. PMID: 26042743.
- Published on 9/3/2015
Mitchell SE, Martin JM, Krizman K, Sadikova E, Culpepper L, Stewart SK, Brown JR, Jack BW. Design and rationale for a randomized controlled trial to reduce readmissions among patients with depressive symptoms. Contemp Clin Trials. 2015 Nov; 45(Pt B):151-6. PMID: 26343332.
- Published on 7/1/2015
Mitchell SE, Paasche-Orlow MK, Orner MB, Stewart SK, Kressin NR. Patient Decision Control and the Use of Cardiac Catheterization. Glob Adv Health Med. 2015 Jul; 4(4):24-31. PMID: 26331101.
- Published on 7/1/2015
Jack B, Bickmore T, Hempstead M, Yinusa-Nyahkoon L, Sadikova E, Mitchell S, Gardiner P, Adigun F, Penti B, Schulman D, Damus K. Reducing Preconception Risks Among African American Women with Conversational Agent Technology. J Am Board Fam Med. 2015 Jul-Aug; 28(4):441-51. PMID: 26152434.
- Published on 3/20/2015
Gardiner P, Sadikova E, Filippelli AC, Mitchell S, White LF, Saper R, Kaptchuk TJ, Jack BW, Fredman L. Stress Management and Relaxation Techniques use among underserved inpatients in an inner city hospital. Complement Ther Med. 2015 Jun; 23(3):405-12. PMID: 26051576.
- Published on 9/10/2014
Mitchell SE, Mako M, Sadikova E, Barnes L, Stone A, Rosal MC, Wiecha J. The comparative experiences of women in control: diabetes self-management education in a virtual world. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2014 Nov; 8(6):1185-92. PMID: 25212580.
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