African American men's health; cancer health disparities, patient-provider communication; psychosocial well-being and family support; social determinants of health
|(734) 763-4955||(734) email@example.com||3847 SSWB||University of Michigan|
School of Social Work
1080 S. University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
|2010||PhD||Social Work||Ohio State University, Columbus|
|2007||MSW||Social Work||University of Tennessee, Memphis|
|2005||BA||Psychology||Ohio State University, Columbus|
Mitchell, J., Johnson-Lawrence, V., Williams, E., & Thorpe, R. (in press). Characterizing mobility limitations among older African American men. Journal of the National Medical Association.
Mitchell, J., Cadet, T., Burke, S., Williams, E. & Alvarez, D. (in press). The paradoxical impact of companionship on the mental health of older African American men. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences.
Hawkins, J., Mitchell, J., Piatt, G., & Ellis, D. (in press). Older African American men’s perspectives on factors that influence Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) self-management and peer-led interventions. Geriatrics: Special Issue on Chronic Illness Self-Management.
Hawkins, J. & Mitchell, J. (2017). Can social integration and social support help to explain racial disparities in health care utilization among men with diabetes? International Journal of Men’s Health, 16(1), 66-83.
Hawkins, J., & Mitchell, J. (2017). Social support and integration as mechanisms for better understanding the relationship between race and health care utilization among men. International Journal of Men's Health, 16(1), 66-83.
Mitchell, J., Watkins, D. C., J. & Shires, D., Chapman, R., & Burnett, J. (2015). Clues to the blues: predictors of self-reported mental and emotional health among older African American men. American Journal of Men's Health.
Watkins, D. C., Wharton, T., Mitchell, J. A., Matusko, N., & Kales, H. (2015). Perceptions and receptivity of non-spousal family support: A mixed methods study of psychological distress among older, church-going African American men. Journal of Mixed Methods Research.
Rodgers, C., Mitchell, J., Franta, G., Shires, D. & Foster, M. (2015). Masculinity, racism, social support, and colorectal cancer screening uptake among African American men: A systematic review. American Journal of Men's Health, 11(5), 1486-1500.
Thompson, T., Mitchell, J., Johnson-Lawrence, V., Watkins, D. & Modlin, C. (2015). Self-rated health and health care access associated with African American men's health self-efficacy. American Journal of Men's Health.
Tucker-Seeley, R., Mitchell, J., Shires, D., & Modlin, C. (2015). Financial hardship, unmet medical need, and health self-efficacy among African American men. Health Education and Behavior, 42(3), 285-292.
Thompson, H., Shelton, R., Mitchell, J., Eaton, T., Valera, P., & Katz, A. (2014). Inclusion of underserved racial and ethnic groups in cancer intervention research using new media: A Systematic literature review. Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monographs, 47, 216-223.
Mitchell, J., Hawkins, J. & Shires, D. (2014). Current approaches to support the psychosocial care of African American adults with diabetes: a brief review. Social Work in Public Health, 29(6), 518-527.
Mitchell, J., Hawkins, J., & Watkins, D. C. (2013). Factors associated with cancer family history communication between African American men and their relatives. Journal of Men's Studies, 21(2), 97-111.
Mitchell, J., Watkins, D. C., & Modlin, C. (2013). Social determinants associated with colorectal cancer screening in an urban community sample of African American men. Journal of Men's Health, 10(1), 14-21.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106