I am a 3rd year PhD student and Gates Scholar in the Department of Psychiatry. My research primarily focuses on how we can use public health approaches to reduce the burden of mental health difficulties in children and young people. I am particularly interested in the role of schools in identifying and responding to mental health difficulties.
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The DEAL study (Project Leads: Prof Tamsin Ford, Dr Emma Howarth): this study aims to build a prototype of an early identification programme for primary schools in the UK. Stakeholder engagement with parents, school staff, and mental health practitioners is at the heart of the study’s programme design and development. (Funded by the Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) East of England)
At-Risk for Elementary School Educators: Afeasibility study (Project Leads: Emma Soneson, Prof Peter Jones): this feasibility study aims to examine the utility, feasibility, and acceptability of a simulation-based, online training programme (Kognito’s At- Risk for Elementary School Educators) for improving the identification of and response to mental health difficulties in primary school aged children. (Funded by the UKRI Emerging Minds Network)
OxWell School Survey (Project Leads: Prof Mina Fazel, Dr Karen Mansfield): this pupil survey examines a number of important domains, including mental health and wellbeing, lifestyle factors, school experience, safety, and relationships. I will be analysing survey responses to better understand mental health help-seeking behaviours in schools and in the community. (Funded by the Oxford and Thames Valley NIHR ARC, the Oxford Health NIHR Biomedical Research Centre, the MRC Mental Health Data Pathfinder (Oxford), the Westminster Foundation, and the Gloucestershire NHS Clinical Commissioning Group)
Soneson, E., Puntis, S., Chapman, N., Mansfield, K.L., Jones, P.B.**, Fazel, M.** (2022). Happier during lockdown: a descriptive analysis of self-reported wellbeing in 17,000 UK school students during Covid-19 lockdown. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-021-01934-z
Soneson, E.*, Das, S.*, Burn, A-M., van Melle, M., Anderson, J.K., Fazel, M., Fonagy, P., Ford, T., Gilbert, R., Harron, K., Howarth, E., Humphrey, A., Jones, P.B.**, Moore, A.** (2022). Leveraging administrative data to better understand and address child maltreatment: a scoping review of data linkage studies. Child Maltreatment. https://doi.org/10.1177/10775595221079308
Soneson, E., Burn, A-M., Anderson, J.K., Humphrey, A., Jones, P.B., Fazel, M., Ford, T., Howarth, E. (2022). Determining stakeholder priorities and core components for school-based identification of mental health difficulties: a Delphi study. Journal of School Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsp.2022.01.008
Stochl, J., Jones, H., Soneson, E., Wagner, A.P., Khandaker, G.M., Zammit, S., Heron, J., Hammerton, G., Bullmore, E.T., Dolan, R., Fonagy, P., Goodyer, I.M., Jones, P.B. (2021) Stratification of adolescents across psychopathological phenomena emphasizes the importance of distress: a replication in two general population cohorts. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-021-01909-0
Mansfield, K.L., Newby, D., Soneson, E., Vaci, N., Jindra, C., Geulayov, G., Fazel, M. (2021). COVID-19 partial school closures and mental health problems: a cross-sectional survey of 11,000 adolescents to determine those most at risk. JCPP Advances https://doi.org/10.1002/jcv2.12021
Stochl, J.*, Soneson, E.*, Stuart, F., Fritz, J., Walsh, A., Croudace, T., Hodgekins, J., Patel, U., Russo, D., Knight, C., Jones, P.B., Perez, J. (2021). Determinants of patient-reported outcome trajectories and symptomatic recovery in Improving Access to Psychological Treatment (IAPT) services. Psychological Medicine. doi.org/10.1017/S0033291720005395
Lo Moro, G., Soneson, E., Jones, P.B.**, Galante, J.** (2020) Establishing a theory-based multi-level approach for primary prevention of mental disorders in young people. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17249445
Soneson, E., Perez, J.,Jones, P.B (2020)Principles of risk, screening, and prevention in psychiatry.In A. Thompson & M. Broome (Eds.), Risk Factors for Psychosis: Paradigms, Mechanisms, and Prevention.
Soneson, E.*, Russo, D.*, Stochl, J., Heslin, M., Galante, J., Knight, C., Grey, N., Hodgekins, J., French, P., Fowler, D., Lafortune, L., Byford, S., Dixon-Woods, M., Jones, P.B., Perez, J. (2020) Psychological interventions for people with psychotic experiences: a systematic review and meta-analysis of controlled and uncontrolled effectiveness and economic studies. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry.
Soneson, E., Howarth, E., Ford, T., Humphrey, A., Jones, P.B., Thompson Coon, J., Rogers, M., Anderson, J.K. (2020) Feasibility of school-based identification of children and adolescents experiencing, or at risk of developing, mental health difficulties: A systematic review. Prevention Science. doi.org/10.1007/s11121-020-01095-6
Knight, C., Stochl, J., Soneson, E., Russo, D., Jones, P.B., Perez, J. Revisiting CAPE-P15 cut-off values to increase sensitivity for detecting psychotic experiences in primary care. (2019) Schizophrenia Research. doi.org/10.1016/j.schres.2019.11.051
Soneson, E., Childs-Fegredo, J., Anderson, J.K., Stochl, J., Fazel, M., Ford, T., Humphrey, A., Jones, P.B., Howarth, E. (2018) Acceptability of screening for mental health difficulties in primary schools: A survey of UK parents. BMC Public Health. 18 (1), 1404. doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-6279-7
Stochl, J.*, Soneson, E.*, Wagner, A.P., Khandaker, G.M., Goodyer, I., Jones, P.B. (2018). Identifying Key Targets for Interventions to Improve Psychological Wellbeing: Replicable Results from Four UK Cohorts. Psychological Medicine. 1-8. doi.org/10.1017/ S0033291718003288
Anderson, J.K., Ford, T., Soneson, E., Thompson Coon, J., Humphrey, A., Rogers, M., Moore, D., Jones, P.B., Clarke, E., Howarth, E. (2018). A systematic review of effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of school-based identification of children and adolescents at risk of, or currently experiencing poor mental health. Psychological Medicine. 49 (1), 9-19. doi.org/10.1017/S0033291718002490
*Indicates joint first authors