Stanley D & Jones H. (2003) How a pyramid helps to unravel the stages of nursing assessment. Professional Nurse. Vol 18, no. 10 p.596
Jones H (2007) Review: `No worries!' : Young people's experience of nurse-led drop-in sexual health services in South West England Journal of Research in Nursing 2007 12: 317
Jones H & Wilding S. (2009) Model of integrated care: a visit to Sunny Dale. Nursing Times. 105: 49-50
Jones H & Meechan R (2010) Learning resistors, care development. Nursing Standard. 24(24) 61
Jones H & Meechan R (2010) Hurdles to understanding. Nursing Standard 24 (25) p. 61
Jones H ( 2010) The value of reflection. Nursing Standard 25(2) 61
Meechan R & Jones H (2010) Addressing the essential skills cluster through the development of clinical examinations. Student perspectives on skills acquisition and knowledge and how they improved career development. Nursing Standard 24 (29); 61.
Meechan, R. Jones H (2010) Lets have a dummy run, career development. Nursing Standard 24 (29); 61.
Meechan, R, Jones, H, Valler-Jones T (2011) Simulated Practice- A panacea for health education. British Journal of Nursing 20(10):628-31
Meechan, R, Jones, H, Valler-Jones T (2011) Does the early introduction of medicines management OSCEs improve drug administration skills for student nurses prior to qualification. British Journal of Nursing 20, (13) 817 - 822
Jones, H (2011) Practice what you preach. Nursing Standard; 25 (37) 29
Nurse Education Today Conference 2007:Concurrent paper: Mentorship for Paramedics:an exploration of mentor preparation
Royal College Nursing Conference 2008 Poster Presentation: Mentorship for Paramedics. Blackpool
Royal College Nursing Conference 2009: Addressing the essential skills clusters through the development of clinical examinations student & mentors perspectives on skills acquisition and knowledge, have they improved? Glasgow
Royal College Nursing Conference 2009: Award winning Poster presentation: An exploratory study to assess the clinical credibility of higher education nurse lecturers when teaching structured clinical skills within the university setting. Glasgow
Royal College Nursing Conference 2010: Concurrent paper: An exploratory study to investigate the most effective learning and assessment strategy to assist foundation student nurses with numeracy and drug calculation skills
Royal College Nursing Education Forum Conference 2010: Concurrent paper. Do Solo simulations assist undergraduate adult nurses to develop their clinical judgment skills in acute nursing care?
External Consultancy, Edith Cowen University, Perth, WA, 2006
Erasmus exchange, Solvenia, Malibor University, 2008
Project with Worcestershire Acute Health Care Trust to produce resources to supportmentors of pre registration nursing student, WANHST, 2009
Does simulation enhance the acquisition of applied drug knowledge for undergraduate nursing students? The results of a UK pilot study for an international pharmacology and medicines management simulation project. Phase 1. RCN Education Forum. (research), University of Worcester, 2009-2010
Does the early introduction of medicines management OSCEs in undergraduate nursing programmes improve drug administration, drug calculation and applied drug knowledge skills prior to qualification? (research), University of Worcester, 2009-2010