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Prof Ian Jones

Biography

Ian is a senior cardiac nurse and academic with over 25 years clinical experience. He is a former President of the British Association for Nursing in Cardiovascular Care, Council member of the British Cardiovascular Society and Nurse Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology.

He has published widely in the field and completed a PhD focussing on the clinical outcomes of cardiac patients. He has successfully managed a number of funded research projects which have included the needs of the carers of cardiac patients, the end of life needs of heart failure patients and the users views of cardiac nurses

He has benefited from a number of grants from the British Heart Foundation and other NHS organisations to undertake this important area of work.

Ian is an internationally renowned academic who is regularly invited to present at the annual conferences of a number of national cardiac societies

Publications

Highlighted publications

Johnson M, Attree M, Jones I, Al Gamal E, Garbutt D. 2014. Diagnosis, prognosis and awareness of dying in nursing homes: Towards the Gold Standard? International Journal of Older People Nursing, 9 :95-105 >DOI

Astin F, Carroll DL, De Geest S, Martensson J, Jones I, Hunterbuchner L, Jennings C, Kletsiou E, Serafin A, Timmins F. 2014. Education for nurses working in cardiovascular care: A European survey European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 13 :532-540 >DOI

Journal Articles

Driscoll A, Grant MJ, Carroll D, Dalton S, Deaton C, Jones I, Lehwaldt D, McKee G, Munyombwe T, Astin F. 2017. The effect of nurse-to-patient ratios on nurse-sensitive patient outcomes in acute specialist units: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Eur J Cardiovasc Nurs, :1474515117721561-1474515117721561 >DOI >Link

Brake R, Jones ID. 2017. Chronic heart failure part 1: pathophysiology, signs and symptoms. Nurs Stand, 31 :54-63 >DOI >Link

Brake R, Jones ID. 2017. Chronic heart failure part 2: treatment and management. Nurs Stand, 31 :53-63 >DOI >Link

Astin F, Carroll D, De Geest S, Fernandez-Oliver A-L, Holt J, Hinterbuchner L, Jennings C, Jones I, Ketchell A, Kletsiou E, Ruppar T, Bustelo AS, Serafin A, Uchmanowicz I. 2015. A Core Curriculum for the Continuing Professional Development of Nurses Working in Cardiovascular Settings: Developed by the Education Committee of the Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions (CCNAP) on behalf of the European Society of Cardiology European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 14 :S1-S17 >DOI

Albarran JW, Jones I, Lockyer L, Manns S, Cox H, Thompson DR. 2014. Patients' perspectives on the educational preparation of cardiac nurses EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR NURSING, 13 :451-458 >DOI >Link

Johnson M, Attree M, Jones I, Al Gamal E, Garbutt D. 2014. Diagnosis, prognosis and awareness of dying in nursing homes: Towards the Gold Standard? International Journal of Older People Nursing, 9 :95-105 >DOI

Astin F, Carroll DL, De Geest S, Martensson J, Jones I, Hunterbuchner L, Jennings C, Kletsiou E, Serafin A, Timmins F. 2014. Education for nurses working in cardiovascular care: A European survey European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 13 :532-540 >DOI

Jones ID. 2014. Management of AF: A NICE start but still more work needs to be done British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 7 :318-319

Price A, Jones I. 2013. Heart failure and the need for high-quality end-of-life care British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 8 :332-337 >DOI

Jones I, Rushton M. 2012. Circulatory shock part 1: Overview, causes, and types British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 7 :528-533 >DOI

Jones I, Rushton M. 2012. Circulatory shock part 2: Nursing management British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 7 :580-585 >DOI

Iley K, Mclnulty L, Jones I, Yorke J, Johnson M. 2011. Developing competence in cardiac care through the use of blended learning: Course members' and mentors' accounts NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, 31 :323-327 >DOI >Link

Jones I, Flather M, Johnson M, Barrow S, Thompson D. 2008. A description of the characteristics of patients with non-ST elevation acute coronary syndromes admitted to different settings in the 1990s Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 24 :286-294 >DOI

Jones I, Johnson M. 2008. What is the role of the coronary care nurse? A review of the literature EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOVASCULAR NURSING, 7 :163-170 >DOI >Link

Jones I. 2007. A considered approach to change British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 2 :465-465 >DOI

Jones I. 2007. A new model for nursing education? British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 2 :555-555 >DOI

Gamon R, Jones I, Whitmore J, Charnley L, Coleman L. 2007. Primary PCI and the role of the ‘thrombolysis nurse’: Threat or opportunity? British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 2 :580-587 >DOI

Jones ID, Karapiperis V, Bowman L, Duggan H, Jones D, Johnson M, Barrow S. 2006. Does formal psychoeducational support influence anxiety and depression levels in cardiac patients and their relatives? A pilot study Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, 26 :172-175 >DOI

Jones I. 2006. The heart of cardiovascular nursing is beating loudly and is being heard British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 1 :212-213 >DOI

Jones I. 2005. Thrombolysis nurses: Time for review European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 4 :129-137 >DOI

Jones I. 2004. A response to John Albarrans paper: ‘Preparing nurses to initiate thrombolytic therapy for patients with an acute myocardial infarction – is there a consensus?’ [Nurse Education in Practice Vol. 4, 60–68] Nurse Education in Practice, 4 :224-225 >DOI

Jones I. 2003. Acute coronary syndromes: identification and patient care. Professional nurse (London, England), 18 :289-292

Jones I, Goode I. 2003. Percutaneous coronary intervention. Nursing times, 99 :46-47

Jones I. 2003. Coronary care units should care for all at-risk cardiac patients. Professional nurse (London, England), 18 :287

Jones ID, Good I. percutaneous coronary intervention Nursing times, 27 :46-47

Jones ID. Coronary Care Units should care for all at risk cardiac patients Professional nurse (London, England), 5 :287-287

Jones ID. Acute Coronary Syndromes: Identification and patient care Professional nurse (London, England), 5 :289-292

Jones ID, Jones D, Jones DV. Overcoming barriers to better care Professional nurse (London, England), 11 :646-647

Jones ID, Hipkin M, Rogers P. Care of patients with heart failure and the use of left ventricular devices Professional nurse (London, England), 12 :34-36

Jones ID, Castle H. A long wait: how nurses can help patients through the transplantation pathway Professional nurse (London, England), 12 :37-39

Reports

Jones ID, Hardiker N, Grant M. 2013. Self-management of long-term conditions: a literature review. A Final Report. Self-management of long-term conditions: a literature review. A Final Report.

Jones ID, Johnson M, Attree M. 2011. 'Developing confidence to provide end of life care in Salford nursing homes - Final Report', for: Burdett Trust for Nursing, 'Developing confidence to provide end of life care in Salford nursing homes - Final Report', for: Burdett Trust for Nursing,

Jones ID, Albarran J, Lockyer L, Cox H, Manns S, Thompson D. 2010. An evaluation of the British Heart Foundation nurse education pathway. A report for the British Heart Foundation An evaluation of the British Heart Foundation nurse education pathway. A report for the British Heart Foundation

Jones ID, Johnson M, Yorke J, Iley K, McNulty L. 2009. 1. An evaluation of a British Heart Foundation blended learning module in cardiac care nursing. A report for the British Heart Foundation

Jones ID, Johnson M, Long T, Hardicre J. 2004. Access to Health Services in the Rochdale Metropolitan Borough A report submitted to the Rochdale Strategic Health Partnership Access to Health Services in the Rochdale Metropolitan Borough A report submitted to the Rochdale Strategic Health Partnership

Jones ID, Frank H, Johnson M, McGrath M. An evaluation of an innovative cardiovascular risk screening service in a remote community An evaluation of an innovative cardiovascular risk screening service in a remote community

Jones ID. A Core Curriculum for the Continuing Professional Development of Nurses Working in Cardiovascular Settings: Developed by the Education Committee of the Council for Cardiovascular Nurses and Allied Professions (CCNAP) on behalf of the European Society of Cardiology A Core Curriculum for the Continuing Professional Development of Nurses Working in Cardiovascular Settings: Developed by the Education Committee of the Council for Cardiovascular Nurses and Allied Professions (CCNAP) on behalf of the European Society of Cardiology >DOI

Chapters

Jones I, Dormer A. 2013. Long-Term Cardiac Conditions Nursing the Cardiac Patient :178-197 9781118785331 >DOI

Jones ID. 2006. Care of the patient with acute coronary syndrome in the Coronary Care Unit Jones ID. Cardiac Care: An introductory Text Wiley. London

Jones ID, Lawson E. 2006. Drugs effecting the cardiovascular system Jones ID. Cardiac Care: An Introductory Text Wiley 978-1-86156-471-9

Jones ID, Vickers D. 2006. Care of the patient with acute coronary syndrome in the accident and emergency department. Cardiac Care An Introductory Text John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

Jones ID. Cardiac Surgery Jones ID. Cardiac Care: An introductory text

Jones ID. Cardiac Interventions Jones ID. Cardiac Care: An introductory text Wiley. London

Jones ID, Blanchard G. Investigations in the management of patients with coronary heart disease Jones ID. Cardiac Care: An introductory text Wiley. London

Books

Jones I. 2006. Cardiac Care An Introductory Text John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

Engagement & Impact

Award:

Award title: Nurse Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology, Awarding body: European Society of Cardiology

Editorial boards:

Publication: British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, Position: Editorial Board

Publication: British Journal of Cardiology, Position: Editorial Board

Fellowships:

Fellowship title: Nurse Fellow, Organisation: European Society of Cardiology

Membership of professional bodies:

European Society of Cardiology, Nurse Fellow

British Cardiovascular Society, Member

British Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, Member

British Society of Heart Failure, Member

British Association for Nursing in Cardiovascular Nursing, Educational advisor

Research Grants Awarded:

Blackpool, Wyre and Fylde NHS Trust, Is psychological support of benefit to the relatives of patients undergoing cardiac rehabilitation?, Johnson M, Grant value (£): 14,000, Duration of research project: 1 year

British Heart Foundation, Development and evaluation of an innovative educational course in cardiac care, Grant value (£): 54549, Duration of research project: 1 year

Salford Primary Care Trust, A Study of End of Life Care Planning in Nursing/Care Homes in Salford and Trafford, Johnson M, Attree M, Grant value (£): 10000, Duration of research project: 1 year

Burdett Trust for Nursing, Study of End of Life Care Planning in Nursing/Care Homes in Salford and Trafford, Johnson M, Grant value (£): 49912, Duration of research project: 1 year

British Heart Foundation, Evaluation of the British Heart Foundation education pathway, Grant value (£): 48000, Duration of research project: 1 year

British Heart Foundation, Delivery of an online cardiac course for nurses in acute cardiac care., Grant value (£): 30000, Duration of research project: 1

Western Isles Health Board, Evaluation of a community based cardiovascular screening programme., Grant value (£): 10000, Duration of research project: 2 years

Liverpool Primary Care Trust, Systematic review of the literature to evaluate the efficacy of intervention with clients with long term conditions, Hardiker N, Grant value (£): £12000, Duration of research project: 6 months

Investment for Innovation, Develpment of a unique resuscitation manikin prototype, Rushton M, Grant value (£): £15,000, Duration of research project: 1 year

Teaching qualification:

Title of qualification gained: Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning