Joanne Jones

Senior Lecturer (Adult Nursing), School Learning and Teaching and Quality Co-ordinator

School of Nursing and Midwifery

Department of Apprenticeships & CPD

Contact Details

tel: 01905 542648


Registered Nurse (RN): Diploma in Higher Education
Professional Nurse Advocate
Masters Education: MA Ed
Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education: PGCE HE
BSc Hons: (Acute Care) Ophthalmic
Diploma Administrative Management

Joanne is passionate about both undergraduate and post-graduate nursing development. She has a particular interest in supporting students with specific learning differences and disabilities to reach their full potential. She has a keen interest in the quality of teaching and currently holds the position of the Three Counties School of Nursing and Midwifery Learning and Teaching and Quality Co-ordinator.

She has worked in a variety of clinical settings, across three local trusts, inclusive of surgical, medical, women’s health and ophthalmology.  In addition, Joanne has worked as a Lecturer Practitioner, a role which required working in a variety of clinical settings to support and develop a range of healthcare professionals to deliver excellent patient care.

She has worked in Higher Education since 2013, supporting and leading both undergraduate and postgraduate modules, and has previously worked as programme lead for a large BSc Hons nursing programme.    

Teaching Interests

Adult Nursing – Theory and Practice

Clinical Skills


Care of the Frail Elderly

Long Term Conditions

Leadership and Teamworking in Nursing

Teaching in Nursing

Research Interests

Supporting Nursing Students with Dyslexia to Achieve 

Membership of Professional Bodies

Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)

Higher Education Academy - Fellow

External Roles

The Mullany Fund – Mentor: supporting young people to achieve career aspirations