WellStar School of Nursing


Jackie Jones

Jackie Jones, EdD, MSN, RN

Assistant Professor

Assistant Director of UG Programs

HS 3116

Phone: 678-797-2397

Email: jjone229@kennesaw.edu

 

 

Academic Degrees

 

 

Ed.D

Higher Education

University of Georgia

2005

  MSN Nursing Vanderbilt University 1998

 

 

Professional Experience

 

 

08/06 – Present  

Assistant Professor of Nursing, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA

 

05/05 – 8/08  

NCLEX Review Instructor, Kaplan Test Prep & Admissions
Atlanta, GA

 

08/02 - 07/06 

Assistant Professor of Nursing, North Georgia College & State University, Dahlonega, GA.

 

1999 – 2002 

LPN Instructor, Chattahoochee Technical College, Dallas, GA.

 

1998-1999  

District Child Health Coordinator, Cobb Board of Health, Marietta, GA. 

 

1997-1998 

Assistant Director of Nursing, Woodstock Health & Rehab, Woodstock, GA. 

 

1996-1997

Audit Specialist, Country Home Health & Hospice, Paris, TN

 

1995-1996  

Staff Development Coordinator, Camden Health & Rehab, Camden, TN,

 

1994-1995 

Staff nurse, Critical Care Unit, Williamson Medical Center, Franklin, TN.

 

1991-1995 

Staff nurse, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN

 

 

Recent Professional Activities

 

 

Publications

 

Refereed Journal Articles:

  • Treiber, L. T., & Jones, J. H. (2010) Devastatingly human: An analysis of registered nurses’ medication error accounts.  Qualitative Health Research, 20(10), 1327-1342.Doi:10.1177/1049732310372228          
  • Jones, J. H. & Treiber, L. (2010, July/September).  When the 5 rights go wrong: Medication errors from the nursing perspective.  Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 25(3), 248-255.
  • Jones, J. H. (2010, February). Developing critical thinking in the perioperative environment.  AORN             Journal, 91(2), 248-256.
  • Jones, J. H. & Treiber, L. (2010) Concierge medicine: The perfect storm? Implications for nurse practitioners.  The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 6(2), 109-114.
  • Jones, J. H. & Bremner, M. N. (2008, September/October). Essential steps in implementing a comprehensive testing and review program.  Nurse Educator, 33(5), 206-209.
  • Jones, J. H. & Morris, L. V. (2007, October). Evaluation of critical thinking skills in an associate degree nursing program. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 2(4), 109-115.
  • Jones, J. H. (2007, May) Special needs populations:  Patient illiteracy. AORN Journal, 85(5), 951-955.

 

Textbooks:

  • Contributor:  Chapter 52, Fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance in Kozier & Erb’s (2008) Fundamentals of nursing: Concepts, process, and practice (8th ed.).  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Pearson Prentice Hall.

 

Refereed Chapters in Books

 

  • Jones, J. H. & Sanchez-Jones, T. R. (2007). Health literacy and communication.  In C. L. Williams, Therapeutic interaction in nursing (2nd ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett.

 

Other Published Works:

  • Jones, J. H. (2007). Chapter 12: Hospital Diets. In ATI, Nutrition for nursing, Content Mastery Series. Overland Park, KS:  Assessment Technologies Institute.
  • Jones, J. H. (2007). Chapter 13: Enteral Nutrition. In ATI, Nutrition for nursing, Content Mastery Series. Overland Park, KS: Assessment Technologies Institute.
  • Jones, J. H. (2007). Chapter 14:  Parenteral Nutrition. In ATI, Nutrition for nursing, Content Mastery Series. Overland Park, KS: Assessment Technologies Institute.
  • Jones, J. H. (2007). Chapter 19:  Nutrition for Clients with Cancer or HIV/AIDS. In ATI, Nutrition for nursing, Content Mastery Series. Overland Park, KS:  Assessment Technologies Institute.


Presentations

 

Refereed Presentations

  • Health Literacy:  Communicating Therapeutically with Patients with Low Levels. In the Midst of Reform: Rejuvenating Nurse Educators: Georgia Association for Nursing Education’s 2011 Annual Conference, Savannah, GA, February 2011. Poster presentation, State.
  • Developing Critical Thinking in the Clinical Environment (with Jane Brannan).  Transitions: Facilitating Excellence in Nursing: Georgia Association for Nursing Education’s Annual Conference, Pine Mountain, GA, February 2010.  Podium presentation, State.
  • Devastatingly Human: An Analysis of Registered Nurses’ Medication Error Accounts (with Linda Treiber)Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology 2009 Annual Conference: Practical Sociology: Meeting Today’s and Tomorrow’s Challenges, October 7-11, 2009, San Antonio, TX, Podium presentation, National.
  • When the Five Rights Go Wrong: Medication Errors from the Nursing Perspective (With Linda Treiber).  Pass It Forward: Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing Education: Georgia Association for Nursing Education’s Annual Conference, St. Simons Island, GA, February 2009.  Podium presentation, State.
  • Collaborative Post-Testing in an Adult Health Course:  An Innovative Strategy to Improve Academic Success (with Kathy Lishman). Mosby’s Faculty Development Institute, Orlando, Florida, January 4-6, 2009, Poster Presentation, National.
  • Collaborative Post-Testing in an Adult Health Course (with Kathy Lishman). Transforming Nursing:  The Road Ahead, Georgia Association for Nursing Education’s Annual Conference, Pine Mountain, GA, February 2008, Poster Presentation, State.
  • Developing Critical Thinking Skills in the Clinical Practice.  Northwest Georgia Chapter AORN, Atlanta, GA, March 2007.   Invited Speaker, Podium, Regional.
  • Evaluation of Critical Thinking Skills in an Associate Degree Nursing Program, 25th Anniversary Research Day:  Celebrating Nursing Creativity and Scholarship, Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing in collaboration with Valdosta State University College of Nursing and South Georgia Medical Center, Valdosta, Georgia, April 13, 2007, Poster Presentation, State
  • Evaluation of Critical Thinking Skills in an Associate Degree Nursing Program.  Critical Issues, Innovations, and Initiatives, Georgia Association for Nursing Education Annual Conference, St. Simons Island, GA, February, 2006, Podium Presentation, State.

Grants and Contracts

 

Funded Projects as CoPI:

  • When the Five Rights Go Wrong: Medication Errors from the Nurse’s Perspective (with Linda Treiber).FY 2009 Incentive Funding Award for Scholarship Recipient, Kennesaw State University Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, $7796.00, July 2008 – June 2009, $7796.00.

Other Research:

  • A Method to Reduce Medication Administration Errors Using Watson’ Caring Theory (with Tommie Nelms & Linda Treiber) in collaboration with WellStar Health Care System.

 

Professional Interests

 

 

Medication Errors

Critical Thinking

Health Literacy

 

 

Teaching Responsibilities

 

 

NURS 3313     Adult Health Nursing
NURS 3303     Pharmacology for Nurses
NURS 4417     Advanced Clinical Practicum
NURS 9210     Curriculum Theories/Models in Nursing