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Hines J,Crosby L, Harris A, Davis O, Mitchell M. Youth Engagement in Sickle Cell Disease Community Education. Health Behavior and Education. In Press.
Crosby L, Modi A, Mitchell M, Lemanek K, Kalinyak K. Adherence to clinic visits in adolescents with sickle cell disease. Journal of Hematology and Oncology. In Press.
Hines J, Mitchell M, Crosby L, Johnson A, Valenzuela J, Kalinyak K, Joiner C. Engaging Patients with Sickle Cell Disease and their Families in Disease Education, Research, and Community Awareness. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community. In Press.
Valenzuela J, Jacquez F, Pendery R, Niemes L, Huddleston D, Mitchell M. The Impact of a Community-based Activity and Nutrition Program for Children. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community. In Press.
Lynch J, Mitchell M. Community Engagement and the Ethics of Global, Translational Research: A Response to Sofaer and Eyal. The American Journal of Bioethics. 2010.
McGrady M, Mitchell M, Theodore S, Sersion B, Holtzapple E. Preschool Participation and BMI at Kindergarten Entry: The Case for Early Behavioral Intervention. Journal of Obesity. 2010.
Herzer H, Godiwala N, Hommel K, Driscoll K, Mitchell M, Crosby L, Zeller M, Modi A. Family functioning in the context of pediatric chronic conditions. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. 31, 26-31. 2010.
Roberts Y,Mitchell M,Witman M, Taffarro C. Mental Health Symptoms in Youth Affected by Hurricane Katrina. Professional Psychology Research and Practice. 41 (1), 10-18. 2010.
Mitchell M, Carpenter GJO, Crosby LE, Bishop C, Hines J. Noll J. Growth In Children And Adolescents With Sickle Cell Disease: Risk Factors And Correlates. Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. 26 (4), 237-250. 2009.
Mitchell M, Piazza-Waggoner C, Modi A. Examining short-term stability in the Mealtime Interaction Coding System (MICS). Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 34(1), 63-68. 2009.
Modi A, Crosby L, Guilfoyle S, Lemanek K, Mitchell M. Barriers to adherence in children with sickle cell disease. Children’s Health Care. 38(2), 107-122. 2009.
Crosby L, Hines J, Mitchell M. 8th Annual Research Day Features Pain Management and Youth Empowerment Activities. CenterTALK. Winter 2009.
Valenzuela J, Crosby L, Mitchell M. PhotoVoice Project and Photo Exhibit Gives Voice to Youth with Sickle Cell Diseases. CenterTALK. Winter 2009.
Crosby L, Hines J, Mitchell M. 7th Annual SCD Research and Education Day Teaches Parents and Youth Ways to Manage Stress. CenterTALK. Winter 2009.
Mitchell M, Sato A. Diversity in Pediatric Psychology: Keynote Address and Diversity Poster Awards. CenterTALK. Summer 2009.
Janicke D,Mitchell M, Quittner A, Piazza-Waggoner C, Stark L. The Impact of Behavioral Intervention on Family Interactions at Mealtime in Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis.Children’s Health Care. 37, 49-66. 2008.
Mitchell M, Witman M, Taffarro C. Re-Establishing Mental Health Services in St. Bernard Parish, LA following Hurricane Katrina. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 39(1), 66-76. 2008.
Mitchell M. SPP Launches Diversity Committee. SPP Progress Notes. Summer 2008.
Mitchell M, Lemanek K, Palermo T, Crosby L, Nichols A, Powers S. Parent perspectives on pain management, coping, and family functioning in pediatric sickle cell disease. Clinical Pediatrics. 46(4), 311-319. 2007.
Mitchell M, Crosby L, Hines J. The Sixth Annual Sickle Cell Disease Research and Education Day. CenterTALK. 2007.
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