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Dr. Siobhan Mitchell

Dr. Siobhan Mitchell

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Child Health

 +44 (0) 1392 72 6969

 College House 2.07

 

College House, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

Siobhan’s background is in dance, training vocationally in ballet she developed an interest in health and wellbeing. Siobhan completed her MRes in Health and Wellbeing and was awarded an ESRC studentship in 2014 to complete her PhD exploring the psychosocial implications of maturity timing for children growing up in an elite dance training context.

Since completing her doctorate Siobhan has worked as a research associate at the University of Bristol where she is involved in research on alcohol use at adolescence; exploring parent views on adolescent drinking and contributing to the development of a digital intervention to reduce alcohol consumption at adolescence.

Siobhan currently works as a postdoctoral research associate on the Incredible Years trial assisting with process evaluation and service design.

Qualifications

  • PhD Health and Wellbeing (University of Bath)
  • MRes Health and Wellbeing (University of Bath)
  • MSc Dance Science (Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance)

Research

Research interests

Siobhan's research interests are in child and adolescent health and development. More specifically, exploring child and adolescent development and health risk behaviours from a biocultural perspective using qualitative or mixed methods approaches. Siobhan also continues to be involved in research exploring youth development in sport and physical activity contexts.

Research projects

Current Projects:

  • E-SEE Trial: Enhancing social-emotional health and well-being in the very early years: a community-based RCT (and economic) evaluation of the Incredible Years infant and toddler (0-2) parenting programmes.

Publications:

  • Cumming, S.P., Brown, D., Mitchell, S.B., et al., (2018). Premier League Academy Soccer Players’ Experiences of Competing in a Tournament Bio-banded for Biological Maturation. Journal of Sports Sciences, 36:7, 757-765.
  • Mitchell, S. B., Haase, A. M., Malina, R. M., & Cumming, S. P. (2017). Understanding growth and maturation in the context of ballet: A biocultural approach. Research in Dance Education, 18:3, 291-300.
  • Mitchell, S. B., Haase, A. M., Malina, R. M., & Cumming, S. P. (2016). The role of puberty in the making and breaking of young ballet dancers: Perspectives of dance teachers. Journal of Adolescence, 47, 81-89.

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Mitchell S (In Press). On-time maturation in female adolescent ballet dancers: Learning from lived experiences. Journal of Early Adolescence
Benham-Clarke S, Ford T, Mitchell S, Price A, Newlove-Delgado T, Blake S, Eke H, Moore D, Russell A, Janssens A, et al (In Press). Role of Education Settings in Transition from Child to Adult Health Services for Young People with ADHD. Journal of Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties Full text.
Blower SL, Berry VL, Bursnall MC, Cohen J, Gridley N, Loban A, Mandefield L, Mason-Jones AJ, McGilloway S, McKendrick KL, et al (2021). Enhancing Social-Emotional Outcomes in Early Years (E-SEE): Randomized Pilot Study of Incredible Years Infant and Toddler Programs. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 30(8), 1933-1949. Abstract.  Full text.
Lloyd J, Bjornstad G, Borek A, Cuffe-Fuller B, Fredlund M, McDonald A, Tarrant M, Berry V, Wilkinson K, Mitchell S, et al (2021). Healthy Parent Carers programme: mixed methods process evaluation and refinement of a health promotion intervention. BMJ Open, 11(8). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Mitchell SB, Haase AM, Cumming SP (2021). Of Grit and Grace: Negotiating Puberty, Surviving, and Succeeding in Professional Ballet. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 29(2), 127-138. Abstract.
Wilkinson K, Ball S, Mitchell S, Ukoumunne O, O'Mahen H, Tejerina-Arreal M, Hayes R, Berry V, Petrie I, Ford T, et al (2021). The longitudinal relationship between child emotional disorder and parental mental health in the British Child and Adolescent Mental Health surveys 1999 and 2004. Journal of Affective Disorders, 288, 58-67. Full text.
Mitchell SB, Haase AM, Cumming SP (2020). Experiences of delayed maturation in female vocational ballet students: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Adolescence, 80, 233-241. Abstract.
Tinner LE, Kaner E, Garnett C, Mitchell S, Hickman M, Campbell R, MacArthur G (2020). Qualitative Evaluation of Web-Based Digital Intervention to Prevent and Reduce Excessive Alcohol Use and Harm Among Young People Aged 14-15 Years: a "Think-Aloud" Study. JMIR Pediatr Parent, 3(2). Abstract.  Author URL.
Cumming SP, Searle C, Hemsley JK, Haswell F, Edwards H, Scott S, Gross A, Ryan D, Lewis J, White P, et al (2018). Biological maturation, relative age and self-regulation in male professional academy soccer players: a test of the underdog hypothesis. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 39, 147-153. Abstract.
Cumming SP, Brown DJ, Mitchell S, Bunce J, Hunt D, Hedges C, Crane G, Gross A, Scott S, Franklin E, et al (2018). Premier League academy soccer players’ experiences of competing in a tournament bio-banded for biological maturation. Journal of Sports Sciences, 36(7), 757-765. Abstract.
Mitchell SB, Haase AM, Cumming SP, Malina RM (2017). Understanding growth and maturation in the context of ballet: a biocultural approach. Research in Dance Education, 18(3), 291-300. Abstract.
Mitchell SB, Haase AM, Malina RM, Cumming SP (2016). The role of puberty in the making and breaking of young ballet dancers: Perspectives of dance teachers. Journal of Adolescence, 47, 81-89. Abstract.

Chapters

Mitchell S, Clements L (2021). Psychosocial, physical and cognitive perspectives on the adolescent dancer. In Pessali-Marques B (Ed) Scientific perspectives and emerging developments in dance and the Performing Arts, IGI Global.

Publications by year


In Press

Mitchell S (In Press). On-time maturation in female adolescent ballet dancers: Learning from lived experiences. Journal of Early Adolescence
Benham-Clarke S, Ford T, Mitchell S, Price A, Newlove-Delgado T, Blake S, Eke H, Moore D, Russell A, Janssens A, et al (In Press). Role of Education Settings in Transition from Child to Adult Health Services for Young People with ADHD. Journal of Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties Full text.

2021

Blower SL, Berry VL, Bursnall MC, Cohen J, Gridley N, Loban A, Mandefield L, Mason-Jones AJ, McGilloway S, McKendrick KL, et al (2021). Enhancing Social-Emotional Outcomes in Early Years (E-SEE): Randomized Pilot Study of Incredible Years Infant and Toddler Programs. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 30(8), 1933-1949. Abstract.  Full text.
Lloyd J, Bjornstad G, Borek A, Cuffe-Fuller B, Fredlund M, McDonald A, Tarrant M, Berry V, Wilkinson K, Mitchell S, et al (2021). Healthy Parent Carers programme: mixed methods process evaluation and refinement of a health promotion intervention. BMJ Open, 11(8). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Mitchell SB, Haase AM, Cumming SP (2021). Of Grit and Grace: Negotiating Puberty, Surviving, and Succeeding in Professional Ballet. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 29(2), 127-138. Abstract.
Mitchell S, Clements L (2021). Psychosocial, physical and cognitive perspectives on the adolescent dancer. In Pessali-Marques B (Ed) Scientific perspectives and emerging developments in dance and the Performing Arts, IGI Global.
Wilkinson K, Ball S, Mitchell S, Ukoumunne O, O'Mahen H, Tejerina-Arreal M, Hayes R, Berry V, Petrie I, Ford T, et al (2021). The longitudinal relationship between child emotional disorder and parental mental health in the British Child and Adolescent Mental Health surveys 1999 and 2004. Journal of Affective Disorders, 288, 58-67. Full text.

2020

Mitchell SB, Haase AM, Cumming SP (2020). Experiences of delayed maturation in female vocational ballet students: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Adolescence, 80, 233-241. Abstract.
Tinner LE, Kaner E, Garnett C, Mitchell S, Hickman M, Campbell R, MacArthur G (2020). Qualitative Evaluation of Web-Based Digital Intervention to Prevent and Reduce Excessive Alcohol Use and Harm Among Young People Aged 14-15 Years: a "Think-Aloud" Study. JMIR Pediatr Parent, 3(2). Abstract.  Author URL.

2018

Cumming SP, Searle C, Hemsley JK, Haswell F, Edwards H, Scott S, Gross A, Ryan D, Lewis J, White P, et al (2018). Biological maturation, relative age and self-regulation in male professional academy soccer players: a test of the underdog hypothesis. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 39, 147-153. Abstract.
Cumming SP, Brown DJ, Mitchell S, Bunce J, Hunt D, Hedges C, Crane G, Gross A, Scott S, Franklin E, et al (2018). Premier League academy soccer players’ experiences of competing in a tournament bio-banded for biological maturation. Journal of Sports Sciences, 36(7), 757-765. Abstract.

2017

Mitchell SB, Haase AM, Cumming SP, Malina RM (2017). Understanding growth and maturation in the context of ballet: a biocultural approach. Research in Dance Education, 18(3), 291-300. Abstract.

2016

Mitchell SB, Haase AM, Malina RM, Cumming SP (2016). The role of puberty in the making and breaking of young ballet dancers: Perspectives of dance teachers. Journal of Adolescence, 47, 81-89. Abstract.

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External Engagement and Impact

Awards

Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) PhD Studentship (2014-2018)

Recipient of the Healthy Dancer Canada Annual Research Award (2017)

Finalist, Ede and Ravenscroft prize, University of Bath (2017)

 


Media Coverage

Coverage of a paper on the implications of maturity timing in dance (April 2016), including:

Local radio interviews (including The Breeze, BBC Radio Somerset)

Online and print coverage in The Stage, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, Yorkshire Post, Western Daily Press, The Herald, The Scotsman and The Press and Journal.

Teaching

Supervision / Group

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