Dr. Mitchell is 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 Chobanian and Avedisian 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.
- Wake Forest University, MD
- University of California, Los Angeles, MS
- Bethel College, BS
- Published on 5/10/2023
Mitchell SE, Bragg A, De La Cruz BA, Winter MR, Reichert MJ, Laird LD, Moldovan IA, Parker KN, Martin-Howard J, Gardiner P. Effectiveness of an Immersive Telemedicine Platform for Delivering Diabetes Medical Group Visits for African American, Black and Hispanic, or Latina Women With Uncontrolled Diabetes: The Women in Control 2.0 Noninferiority Randomized Clinical Trial. J Med Internet Res. 2023 May 10; 25:e43669. PMID: 37163341.
- Published on 5/5/2023
Shankar KN, Dugas J, Jaiprasert S, Nentwich L, Caruso L, Dobie A, Whalen D, Macip-Rodriguez P, Rao S, Mitchell SE. Evaluation of an Emergency Department-based Palliative Care Extender Program on Hospital and Patient Outcomes. West J Emerg Med. 2023 May 05; 24(3):637-643. PMID: 37278788.
- Published on 3/24/2023
Carlozzi NE, Kallen MA, Troost JP, Miner JA, Bragg A, Martin-Howard J, De La Cruz B, Moldovan I, Jack BW, Mitchell S. Development of a New Measure of Housing Security: The REDD-CAT Housing Security Measure. J Gen Intern Med. 2023 Mar 24; 1-15. PMID: 36964423.
- Published on 3/24/2023
Carlozzi NE, Kallen MA, Troost JP, Miner JA, Bragg A, Martin-Howard J, De La Cruz B, Moldovan I, Jack BW, Mitchell S. Development of a New Measure of Housing Security: The REDD-CAT Housing Security Measure. J Gen Intern Med. 2023 Jul; 38(9):2164-2178. PMID: 36964423.
- Published on 10/31/2022
Carlozzi NE, Kallen MA, Troost JP, Bragg A, Martin-Howard J, De La Cruz B, Miner JA, Moldovan I, Jack BW, Mitchell S. Development and calibration data for the Healthcare Access Item Bank: a new computer adaptive test for persons with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Qual Life Res. 2023 Mar; 32(3):781-796. PMID: 36315318.
- Published on 10/28/2022
Carlozzi NE, Kallen MA, Troost J, Bragg A, Martin-Howard J, Moldovan I, Miner JA, Jack BW, Mitchell S. Development and calibration data for the Medication Adherence Item Bank: a new computer adaptive test for persons with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Qual Life Res. 2023 Mar; 32(3):813-826. PMID: 36306065.
- Published on 10/25/2022
Mitchell S, Kallen MA, Troost JP, Bragg A, Martin-Howard J, Moldovan I, Miner JA, Jack BW, Carlozzi NE. Development and calibration data for the Illness Burden item bank: a new computer adaptive test for persons with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Qual Life Res. 2023 Mar; 32(3):797-811. PMID: 36282447.
- Published on 9/6/2022
Moldovan IA, Bragg A, Nidhiry AS, De La Cruz BA, Mitchell SE. The Physical Activity Assessment of Adults With Type 2 Diabetes Using Accelerometer-Based Cut Points: Scoping Review. Interact J Med Res. 2022 Sep 06; 11(2):e34433. PMID: 36066937.
- Published on 5/1/2022
Mitchell SE, Reichert M, Howard JM, Krizman K, Bragg A, Huffaker M, Parker K, Cawley M, Roberts HW, Sung Y, Brown J, Culpepper L, Cabral HJ, Jack BW. Reducing Readmission of Hospitalized Patients With Depressive Symptoms: A Randomized Trial. Ann Fam Med. 2022 May-Jun; 20(3):246-254. PMID: 35606137.
- Published on 4/12/2022
Javaid M, Fritz M, O'Brien M, Clark S, Mitchell S, Sanchez SE. Use and Perceptions of Shared Decision-Making by General Surgery Faculty and Trainees. J Surg Res. 2022 08; 276:323-330. PMID: 35427910.
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