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Louise Jones

Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor Educational Partnerships & Strategic Director for Health and Wellbeing

University Executive

Contact Details

email: louise.jones@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 85 5453

Research

Research

2010-11 Development and evaluation of a mobile skills laboratory to support skills development in paediatric palliative care. In partnership with Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.  DoH funded (£140,158)  

2009-10 Maternal & newborn, child health and safeguarding care pathways project. West Midlands SHA funded (£300,000)

Care of the older person and stroke rehabilitation scoping project. (1999-2000)

Commissioned by United Bristol Healthcare Trust. £10,000

Qualifications

Qualifications

Chartered Physiotherapist

Masters in Business Administration

Bachelor of Arts

Certificate in Education

Diploma in Teaching Physiotherapy

NVQ Assessor Award (D32 & 33)

Publications

Publications

Jones, L.E., Bennett, C (2012) Leadership in Health and Social Care: An Introduction for Emerging Leaders. Reflect Press. London: UK   

Wallbank, S. Jones, L. (2011) Supporting Vulnerable Families who do not attend appointments – A gap analysis of the skills health professionals need. Journal of the British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (accepted for publication)  

Wallbank, S., McKeown, C., Cook, K., Delaney, J., Jones, L. (2010) Children’s Health Care Pathways Report. West Midlands SHA  

Wallbank, S., McKeown, C., Jones, L. (2010) Safeguarding Children Care Pathway Report. West Midlands SHA.  

Cross-Sudworth, F., Wallbank, S., Martin, T., McKeown, C., Morgan, A., Jones, L. (2010) Maternal and Newborn Care Pathways Report. West Midlands SHA  

Jones, L.E. Green, A. (2008) Where Lies the Future of the Profession. World Café style seminar. National Physiotherapy Congress. Manchester: UK  

Jones, L.E., Dudley, R. (2008) Values Exchange: A tool to explore and facilitate the development of professional values. National Physiotherapy Congress. Manchester: UK  

Jones, L.E. et al. (2007) Development of a Multi-Professional Learning Environment Profile - The Future for Quality Assurance of Practice Placements?  World Congress of Physical Therapy. Vancouver: Canada.  

Jones, L.E. Green, A., Holdsworth, L. (2007) Searching for Solutions – Graduate Employment. World Café style seminar. National Physiotherapy Congress. Birmingham: UK  

Jones, L.E. (2006) Physiotherapy: A Different Perspective. National Lecturer Practitioner Conference. York: UK  

Byron, M., Howell, C., Bheenuck, S., Jones, L., Bradley, P., Wickham, C. (2005) Making a ‘Democratic’ Consultation Process Inclusive for Adults with Learning Disabilities. Where’s the Patient’s Voice in Healthcare Education Conference Vancouver: Canada  

Jones, L.E. (2005) The Importance of Mentoring. In Touch. London:UK  

Byron, M., Bradley, P., Bheenuck, S., Jones, L., Howell, C., Wickham, C. (2005) Using Public Consultation to Develop Curriculum Learning Outcomes for Disability Equality Teaching in Healthcare. Where’s the Patient’s Voice in Healthcare Education Conference. Vancouver: Canada  

Jones, L.E., Atkinson, K. (2005) Learning and Development Presentation. Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Representatives Conference. Cardiff: UK  

Jones, L.E., Bheenuck, S. (2004) A Collaborative Research Approach to Improving the Disabled Person’s Experience of UK Health Services: Sharing a Vision of Disability Equality. Promoting Global Health: Sharing Visions and Strategies Conference. Kansas: USA  

Jones, L.E. (2004) Learning and Development Presentation. Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Representatives Conference. Newcastle: UK  

Jones, L.E., Herbenova, A., Gosling, S., Dawson, D.L. (2003) Evidencing International Collaboration. Poster. World Congress of Physical Therapy. Barcelona: Spain  

Byron, M., Howell, C., Bheenuck, S., Bradley, P., Wickham, C., Jones, L., Shakespeare, T. (2003) Disabled People have Their Say in the Education of Health Professionals. Association for the Study of Medical Education: Learning & Teaching about Diversity Conference. Birmingham UK  

Jones, L.E., Herbenova, A., Gosling, S., Dawson, D.L. (2003) Evidencing International Collaboration. Representation of poster. International Society of Physiotherapy Educators. Valencia: Spain  

Jones, L.E., Herbenova, A., Gosling, S., Dawson, D.L. (2003) Evidencing International Collaboration. Representation of poster. National Physiotherapy Congress. Birmingham:UK  

Jones, L.E. (2003) Education Presentation. Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Representatives Conference. Birmingham: UK  

Jones, L.E. (2002) Education Presentation. Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Representatives Conference. Belfast: UK  

Carter, R. H., Densley, J.A., Galley, C.M., Holland, A., Jones, L.E., Dunn, C.D.R. (2001) Factors associated with GP referrals to physiotherapy. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation. 8 (12), p.454-459  

Sharpe, M.W., Paterson, C., Radford, H., Small, A., Jones, L.E. (2000) An Investigation into the Factors that Influence Final Year Physiotherapy Students’ Choice of Location of their First Post. Poster. National Physiotherapy Congress Birmingham: UK

Jones, L.E. (1999) Organisational structures: Do they matter? Guest Lecturer. Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Management Conference. Taunton:UK

Jones, L.E. (1997) Understanding Muscles. Book Review: Physiotherapy Journal. August

Jones, L.E. (1996) Physiotherapy: hands on or hands off? International Whiplash Conference. Bristol: UK

Jones, L.E., Rees, D.P., Hunter, D.G. (1994) Measuring Performance: A Human Analysis Laboratory. Poster. Conference of European Schools of Physiotherapy. Valencia: Spain

Academic & Professional Interests

Academic & Professional Interests

Leadership

Organisational character, structure and function

Anatomy and biomechanics

Project management; Management of change; Business planning

Factors affecting first destination of students