Dr Christina McMellon

  • Research Associate (MRC/CSO Social & Public Health Sciences Unit)

Biography

I am a Research Associate (0.5FTE) in the Complexity Programme at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit with the Transdisciplinary Research for the Improvement of Youth Mental Public Health (TRIUMPH) network. TRIUMPH is funded by UK Research and Innovation, brings together young people, academics, practitioners and policy-makers to find new ways to improve youth mental health and wellbeing, especially among those where need is greatest. I have particular responsibility for young people’s participation and co-production in TRIUMPH, including supporting our Youth Advisory Group.

My research interests include:

  • Co-producing research with young people
  • Qualitative research with young people and communities
  • Cross-cultural research with young people and communities
  • Young people’s public mental health and wellbeing
  • Youth activism and social change

Research interests

  • Co-producing research with young people
  • Qualitative research with young people and communities
  • Cross-cultural research with young people and communities
  • Young people’s public mental health and wellbeing
  • Youth activism and social change

Publications

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2020

McMellon, C. and Tisdall, E. K. M. (2020) Children and young people’s participation rights: looking backwards and moving forwards. International Journal of Children's Rights, 28(1), pp. 157-182. (doi: 10.1163/15718182-02801002)

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Articles

McMellon, C. and Tisdall, E. K. M. (2020) Children and young people’s participation rights: looking backwards and moving forwards. International Journal of Children's Rights, 28(1), pp. 157-182. (doi: 10.1163/15718182-02801002)

This list was generated on Mon Nov 30 05:41:46 2020 GMT.

Grants

Grants and Awards listed are those received whilst working with the University of Glasgow.

  • Rapid Review of the Relationships between Adolescents' Screen Time, Sleep and Mental Health and Wellbeing
    Scottish Government
    2019 - 2019