VITA
Last 6 Years
NAME: JANET JONES, DNS, APRN, CNS, CCRA
Rank: Assistant Professor
Address: 20203 Parc Wood Dr.
Covington, LA 70433
PHONE:
(985) 549-5288 (Office)
(985) 549-2869 (Fax)
EMAIL:
[email protected]
DEGREES HELD
Fall 2004
Degree: Doctorate in Nursing Science
School: Louisiana State University
Medical Center
Location: New Orleans, LA
Spring 1986
Degree: Masters’ in Nursing
School: Louisiana State University
Medical Center
Location: New Orleans, LA
Spring 1979
Degree: Bachelors’ of Science in
Nursing
School: University of Texas at Arlington
Location: Arlington, TX
Spring 1977
Degree: Associate Degree in Nursing
School: El Centro Junior College
Location: Dallas, TX
LICENSURE
1981/2013
Registered Nurse, Louisiana
CERTIFICATIONS
1986/2013
Advanced Practice Registered Nurse,
Clinical Nurse Specialist, Louisiana
1977/2013
Registered Nurse, Texas, Currently
Inactive
2012 – 2014
Certified Clinical Research Associate
Association of Clinical Research
Professionals
2012 – 2014
Healthcare Provider (CPR)
American Heart Association
EMPLOYMENT
2012 - Present
Assistant Professor
Southeastern Louisiana University
Hammond, LA
2011 – 2012
Instructor
Southeastern Louisiana University
Hammond, LA
2011 – Present
Consultant
TCA Cellular Therapy
Covington, LA
2007 – 2011
Chief Operating Officer
TCA Cellular Therapy
Covington, LA
2004 – 2011
General Manager
Tchefuncte Cardiovascular Associates
Covington, LA
1993 – 2004
Clinical Director Cardiovascular
Services
St. Tammany Parish Hospital
Covington, LA
HONORS:
Dec. 2004
Outstanding Doctorate Student
Louisiana State University Medical
Center
New Orleans, LA
Dec. 2004
Who’s Who in American Colleges and
Universities
Louisiana State University Medical
Center
New Orleans, LA
PROFESSIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS:
2004/2014
Association of Clinical Research
Professionals
1993/2014
Preventative Cardiovascular Nurses’
Association
2002/2014
Sigma Theta Tau, International Nursing
Society, Rho Zeta Chapter
Governance Committee Chair
PUBLICATION:
Jones, J. (2000). Performance improvement through clinical
research utilization: The linkage model. Journal of Nursing
Care Quality, 15 (1), 49-54.
PRESENTATIONS:
Southeastern Louisiana University and AHEC, Slidell, Louisiana, February 16, 2012,
“What’s Happening in Cardiovascular Nursing?”
BioEurope, Munich, Germany, November 2010, “Adult Stem Cell Therapy for
Cardiovascular and Neurological Conditions.”
Louisiana Technology Council Roadshow, Fall 2010, “Adult Stem Cell Therapy at TCA
Cellular Therapy.”
Louisiana Economic Development, BioConvention, Chicago May 2010, “Adult Stem Cell
Therapy.”
American College of Phlebology Conference, San Francisco, California, November
2006, “Nursing Responsibilities Associated with Sclerotherapy.”
The Louisiana Public Health Association Convention, Alexandria, Louisiana, April 2005,
“The Diagnosis and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease: Past, Present, and Future.”
The Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses, Annual Congress, New Orleans,
Louisiana, Spring 1999, “Putting Your CABG Patient on the Fast Track to Recovery.”
American College of Cardiovascular Administrators Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas,
November 1997, “Critical Pathways for the CABG Patient.”
RESEARCH IN PROGRESS:
Impact of Journal Clubs on Evidence-Based Practice Self-Efficacy in Undergraduate
Nursing Students. L. Billingsley, DNP and J. Jones, DNS. IRB Approval Spring 2013.
Data Analysis Stage Fall 2013.
The Relationship of Individual Characteristics and Medication Adherence in an Adult
Hypertensive Population. J. Jones, DNS. Submission to IRB Fall 2013.
PREVIOUS RESEARCH:
Dissertation: The Effect of a Health Promotion Program on Self-Efficacy, Health
Behaviors, and Blood Pressure in an Adult Hypertensive Population. Fall 2004.
Thesis: Quantitative Analysis of Cardiovascular Nursing Practice Research. Spring
1986
CONTINUING EDUCATION:
June 2013
The Teaching Professor Conference, New Orleans, 16 hrs.
April 2013
Connie Logan Research Day, Sigma Theta Tau, Baton Rouge, 5.25 CEUs
Jan. 2013
Best Practices of Developing Online Courses, SLU, 2.25 CEUs
Dec 2012
Cardiovascular Nursing: An Overview, Western Schools, 30 CEUs
July 2012
Advanced Clinical Trial Monitoring, Medical Research Management, Coral
Springs, FL, 16 CEUs
Jan 2012
Learning to Improve Outcomes in Nursing Education Using QSEN, SLU,
5.25 CEUs
Dec 2011
Nursing of the Older Adult, Western Schools, 25 CEUs
Dec. 2011
Cognitive Disorders in Aging, Western Schools, 2 CEUs
Dec 2011
MRSA: A Healthcare and Community Issue, Western Schools, 1 CEU
Dec. 2011
Influenza: A Vaccine-Preventable Disease, Western Schools, 1 CEU
Dec. 2011
Pain & Symptom Management, Western Schools, 1 CEU
Dec. 2011
Nursing Education and Theory: Faculty Roles & Responsibilities, LSUMC,
1.1 CEUs
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:
Fall 2012
Moodle Six Week Course, SLU
Fall 2012
Quality Matters
April 2011
Grantsmanship: Basics & Beyond, SLU 10 hrs.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:
2012/2014 College of Nursing & Health Studies Curriculum Committee
2011/2014 School of Nursing Curriculum Committee
2013/2014 Doctorate of Nursing Practice Curriculum Committee, Chair
2013/2014 College of Nursing & Health Studies, Writers’ Block Task Force
1994/2014 Shriners’ International, Daughters of the Nile & Lady Bugs
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