Dr. Colin Jones - Senior Lecturer / Research Lead
Dr. Colin Jones
|Telephone Number:||0151 231 4394|
3.13 Henry Cotton Building
Senior Lecturer / Research Lead
Originally from Liverpool, Colin completed pre registration ophthalmic nurse training in St Pauls Eye Hospital before completing his RN in The Caernarfon & Anglesey Hospital in Bangor. Since qualification, Colin has held positions as staff nurse, charge nurse and lecturer practitioner in cardiac and general intensive care units and is still a practicing nurse in HDU / critical care.
Colin completed his undergraduate studies in Professional Vocational Education at University of Bolton and has a PhD in nursing awarded by the Liverpool John Moores University.
Clinical examination, clinical diagnostics, Advanced Healthcare Practice, Advanced Life Support, Critical Care, Research methods.
Life Review and Reminiscence Therapy. Psychological Adaptation Following Critical Illness.
Jones C, Singh, S (2013) The experience of emotional distancing in the management of compulsive hoarding: A visual methods approach using the “HOARD” acronym tool. Journal of Cognitive and Behavioural Psychotherapies and Research 2 41-46
Salem, A, Jones, C, Elkharam, W (2013) Attitudes to causes of failure to report service errors. British Journal of Healthcare Management 19 (2) 75-84
Jones, C, Singh, S (2013) Engaging in treatment for sufferers of compulsive hoarding disorder. Mental Health Nursing (in press)
Jones, C (2013) Compulsive Hoarding: Visual, Narrative and Metaphor - The value of the story. In Mendelson, Z “This Mess is a place” An interdisciplinary project exploring the borders of hoarding (accepted)
Bennett, A, Jones, Colin, (2013) The pros and cons of being a clinical manager. Journal of Health Organisation and Management (under review)
Watkinson, Jones, C, (2013) An explorative study examining the themes that initiate readmission to hospital following a previous in-patient stay for patients on a Community Matron caseload. Nursing Times (Accepted)
Jackson M, Jones C., Kerbside consultations: advice from the advanced paramedic to the frontline. Journal of Paramedic Practice, Vol. 4, Iss. 9, 09 Sep 2012, pp 526 – 532
Jones, C, Waller C (2012) Integration of APs - using the critical incident technique. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants Vol 6 (7) 349-353
Singh, S, Jones, C (2012) Visual Research Methods: A novel approach to understanding the experiences of compulsive hoarders. Journal of Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy & Research 1,(1) 36-42
Jones, C (2012) Tales you could tell. Nursing Standard 26 18 p61
Bradbury-Jones C, Jones C, Irvine F (2011) A comparison of elderly care nursing in the UK and Japan |
Jones C, Astles S (2011) GP’s attitudes towards practice based commisioning
Jones C, Jones P, Waller C (2011) Simulation in prehospital care: teaching testing and fidelity
Noble A, Jones C (2010) “Getting it right” : oncology nurses’ understanding of spirituality
Jones C, Jones, P (2009) Paramedic Research Methods: Importance and Implications
Jones C, (2006) Involving NHS Service Users in teaching advanced clinical skills in nursing
Jones C, Noble A. (2005) Benefits of narrative therapy: holistic interventions at end of life
|Part of Register||Field of Practice|
|Registered Nurse Teacher||Education|
|Specialist Practitioner - Critical Care||Intensive Care Nursing|
|Ophthalmic Nursing Diploma||Ophthalmic Nursing|
Professional and Vocational Education (1991)
BA (Hons) - First Class
|Certificate in Education (1990)||