Melissa Jones PhD(c), RN, CHPN, COI

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Melissa Jones PhD, RN, CHPN, COI
Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing
2255 NW Northrup, Portland, Oregon 97210
406-240-1697 [email protected]
LINFIELD COLLEGE
2015-Current
Associate Professor of Nursing, RN to BSN Program
Coordinator of Online Programs in Nursing, 2014 – Current
2009 – 2014
Assistant Professor of Nursing, RN-BSN Program
2010-2011
Interim Associate Dean of Nursing for Distance Education
Temporary Appointment, Linfield College, Portland, OR
EDUCATION
2014
Capella University, Minneapolis, MN
Doctor of Philosophy, Nursing Education
Dissertation: The Influence of Generational Differences on Learning
in the Online Classroom: A Qualitative Study
Dr. Paula Reams (chair)
2008
Oregon Health & Sciences University, Portland, OR
Masters of Nursing Education and Community Health
2006
Salish Kootenai College, Pablo, MT
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
1991
Northern Montana College, Havre, MT
Associate of Science in Nursing
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
2007 – Current
Providence Hospice & Palliative Care, Portland, OR
Hospice & Palliative Care, Staff RN
2006-2010
Salish Kootenai College, Pablo, MT
Adjunct Faculty, RN-BSN Program
1998-2007
Partners in Home Care, Missoula, MT
Hospice and Home Health RN
1994-1998
Interim Home Health Care, Missoula, MT
Home Care Manager – Private Services Department
1991-1994
Columbus Hospital, Great Falls, MT
Medical/Surgical ICU Staff RN
PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT
TEXTBOOK CHAPTER
Wros, P., Wheeler, P., & Jones, M. (2014). Curriculum planning for baccalaureate
nursing programs. In Keating, S. (3rd ed.), Curriculum development and
evaluation in nursing (pp. 245-284). New York, New York: Springer.
Wros, P., Wheeler, P., & Jones, M. (2011). Curriculum planning for baccalaureate
nursing programs. In Keating, S. (2nd ed.), Curriculum development and
evaluation in nursing (pp. 209-240). New York, New York: Springer.
PEER-REVEIWED PUBLICATIONS
Smith, P. & Jones, M. (2015). Evaluating an online family assessment activity: A focus
on diversity and health promotion. Nursing Forum, xxx.
Accepted for publication January 5, 2015.
Jones, M., & Breen, H. (2015). Enriching RN to BSN Education with Veteran-Centered
Learning. Journal of Professional Nursing, July-August.
Breen, H., & Jones, M. (2014). Experiential learning: Using virtual simulation in an
online RN-BSN program. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, xxx.
Accepted for publication September 13, 2014.
Jones, M., & Smith, P. (2014). Population-focused nursing: Advocacy for vulnerable
populations in an RN-BSN program. Public Health Nursing, 31(5), 463-471.
McCulley, C., & Jones, M. (2013). Fostering RN-to-BSN students’ confidence in
searching online for scholarly information on evidence-based practice. The
Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 45(1), 22-27.
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Jones, M., Harrington, T., & Mueller, G. (2013). Hospice admission and eligibility: A
staff education project. Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing, 15(2), 114-122.
Gilson Sistrom, M., Zeigen, L., Jones, M., Fiol Durham, K., & Boudrot, T. (2011).
Integrated methods for teaching population health. Journal of Nursing Education,
50(1), 35-39.
PROCEEDINGS PAPERS
Jones, M. (2013). Influence of generational differences on learning in the online
classroom. In Continuing Studies University of Wisconsin-Madison, Distance
Teaching & Learning. Paper presented at The 29th Annual Conference on
Distance Teaching & Learning, Continuing Studies University of WisconsinMadison, Madison, 6-8 August (pp. 338-342). Madison, WI.
Rosenburg, N., & Jones, M. (2013). The power of distance education: Promoting
academic progression. In Continuing Studies University of Wisconsin-Madison,
Distance Teaching & Learning. Paper presented at The 29th Annual Conference
on Distance Teaching & Learning, Continuing Studies University of WisconsinMadison, Madison, 6-8 August (pp. 267-270). Madison, WI.
PEER-REVIEWED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS
Jones, M. (2014). “The Influence of Generational Differences on Learning in the Online
Classroom: A Qualitative Study.” Presented at the Providence Nursing Research
Symposium Series on November 11, 2014.
Jones, M. (2014). “Distance Learning: Delivering Palliative Care Education to Nurses in
Rural Communities.” Poster presented at the 20th International Congress on Palliative
Care, Montreal, Canada, September 9-12, 2014.
O’Brien, J., Suchawadee, Y., Volpin, M., Wheeler, P., Maxwell, K., Betita, J., Breen, H.,
Jones, M., & Luce, L. (2014). “Designing and implementing an integrated, conceptbased curriculum.” Podium presentation at the Western Institute of Nursing (WIN) 47th
Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference (Symposium Presentation) in
Seattle, WA, April 10, 2014.
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Breen, H., Jones, M., and Luce, L. (2014). “Innovative Approaches to Experiential
Learning for Online RN-BSN Students.” Podium presentation at the Western Institute of
Nursing (WIN) 47th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference in Seattle,
WA, April 10, 2014.
Jones, M. (2013). “Influence of Generational Differences on Learning in the Online
Classroom.” Podium presentation at the 29th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching
and Learning Conference, Madison, WI, August 7, 2013.
Rosenburg, N. and Jones, M. (2013). “The Power 29th of Distance Education: Promoting
Academic Progression for Nurses.” Podium presentation at the 29th Annual Conference
on Distance Teaching and Learning Conference, Madison, WI, August 7, 2013.
Jones, M. (2012). “Disaster Nursing: Innovative Teaching Strategies for Online BSN
Programs.” Poster presented at the National League for Nursing 7th Annual Technology
Conference, Spokane, WA, October 19-21, 2012.
Jones, M. and Harrington, T. (2011). “Best Practices in RN Case Management.”
Presented at the Oregon Hospice Association Professional Practice Exchange, Bend, OR,
September, 2011.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS (NON-PEER REVIEWED)
Jones, M. “Student Engagement and Community Building.” Presented at the Linfield
College Blackboard Workshop, McMinnville, OR, June 14, 2014.
Jones, M. and Rosenburg, N. “Building Online Learning Communities.” Presented at
the Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing Faculty Development First Friday,
Portland, OR, May 3, 2013.
Jones, M., Rosenburg, N., and Bailey-Glasgow, Sharon. “The 21st Century Classroom:
Exploring Best Practices for Online Teaching.” Presented at the Faculty Workshop,
Linfield College, McMinnville, OR, April 26, 2013.
Jones, M. “Influence of Generational Differences on Learning in the Online Classroom.”
Presented at the Faculty Lecture, Linfield College, McMinnville, OR, February 20, 2013.
Jones, M. and Harrington, T. “Veteran Issues at the End-of-Life: The Veteran’s Story as
a Healing Connection.” Presented at the Providence Hospice Fall Professional
Conference, Portland, OR, October, 2012.
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Jones, M. “Hospice & Palliative Care.” Presented at the Oregon Student Nurses
Association, Portland, OR, 2009.
GRANT ACTIVITIES
Academic Partners to Improve Health – American Association of Colleges of Nursing
and Centers for Disease Control Partnership Agreement Project – 2015
 Principal Investigator for Evaluation Research Study
 Study aimed at evaluating the impact of service learning on RN to BSN students
and Community Partner Organizations
 Awarded $5000.00 on April 23, 2015
LGSSON Electronic Health Record
 Member of the Work Group leading the initiative to incorporate electronic health
records management system into LGSSON curriculum, $29,500, 2010-2012.
 Participated in product review and selection, literature review, and grant
writing.
Salish Kootenai College – American Indian College Fund/Bristol-Myers Squibb Grant
 Grant Assistant and Lead for Implementation and Evaluation of Grant Activities
 Focus of the Grant: Health Promotion and the Prevention of Cardiovascular
Disease/Diabetes in Native Populations; $60,000, 2004-2006
 Conducted Community Health Education and Prevention Outreach in the Tribal
Community, Developed Partnerships with Tribal and County Health Officials
 Conducted a Focus Group with undergraduate nursing students using a
Traditional Talking Circle format to obtain lived perspectives on Diabetes and
Cardiovascular Disease impacting the Tribal Community
 Focus Group Findings were used to inform the development and delivery of an
online course titled “Nursing, Native Americans, & Diabetes”
ACADEMIC CERTIFICATION/ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Certified Quality Matters Online Course Peer Reviewer, 2014-Current
 Recognition as expert in online education quality assurance and evaluation.
Skilled in the utilization of research-supported, best practice-based quality
standards, appropriate evaluation tools, and procedures for online education.
 Completion of Quality Matters: Peer Review Course, April, 2014
 Completion of the Quality Matters: Applying the QM Rubric (APPQMR)
Workshop, April, 2014
 Preparation for Instructional Design of Online Courses
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Certified Online Instructor (COI), 2012-Current
 Recognition for knowledge and skills as an expert in online learning engaged in
writing and teaching online.
 COI designation comes from the Learning Resources Network (LERN) and is
considered the leading provider of online professional development for faculty
in higher education.
Faculty Development Grant Recipient, Linfield College, 2012
 Title: Dissertation Writing Retreat
 Outcome: Completion of the first chapter of the dissertation, an outline of the
literature review, and the methodology for the study. Obtained meaningful
mentoring from faculty for writing, research, and dissemination of study
findings through publication and presentations.
Faculty Development Grant Recipient, Linfield College, 2010
 Title: Doctoral Studies Colloquium
 Outcomes: Completion of required week-long intensive focused doctoral
competencies including scholar-practitioner model, academic writing, research
design/methodology, and professional communication.
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE CERTIFICATION/ACCOMLISHMENTS
Certified Hospice & Palliative Care Nurse (CHPN), 2004-Current
 Recognition as an expert practitioner in hospice and palliative care. Validation of
experience and expertise in the clinical delivery of care, integration of evidencebased practice, advocacy, leadership, and education of patients and families
facing life-limiting disease and loss.
Oregon Nurse of the Year Nominee, Hospice & Palliative Care Nursing
March of Dimes Greater Oregon Chapter, 2012
 Recognized for outstanding contributions in hospice and palliative care nursing.
One of 100 finalists chosen from 400 nominations among over 40,000 nurses in
the State of Oregon.
Certified End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium Core Trainer
City of Hope and American Association Colleges of Nursing
 Certified to provide end-of-life nursing education at various levels of
organizations and diverse clinical settings.
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
A partnership between the American Association of Colleges of Nursing
(AACN) and the City of Hope (COH), designed to improve the quality and
access of end-of-life care for individuals and families.
Clinical Ladder IV, Providence Hospice & Palliative Care, 2009-Current
 Recognized as expert in clinical practice and for contributing to the professional
and clinical development of colleagues through education and mentorship.
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
Best Practices in RN Case Management, Providence Hospice & Palliative Care, 2010
 Project Leader, Collaborative Work Group
 Assessment of Hospice Nurse Case Manager Experiences (Case Manager
Interviews, Program Manager Interviews)
 Literature Review of Staffing Models and Best Practices
 Development of Model for Best Practices and Role Definitions
 Dissemination: Model for Best Practices through Staff Nurse Education Sessions
 Dissemination: Delivery of Podium Presentation, “Best Practices in RN Case
Management” at the Oregon Hospice Association Professional Practice
Exchange.
Program Admissions, Providence Hospice & Palliative Care, 2009
 Project Leader, Collaborative Work Group
 Assessment and Re-Design of Admission Folder and Contents
 Development of Admission Model and Best Practices for Hospice Admission
based on Eligibility Criteria
 Dissemination: New Admission Process through Interdisciplinary Staff
Education Sessions
 Dissemination: Published “Hospice admission and eligibility: A staff education
project” in the Journal of Hospice & Palliative Nursing in 2013.
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TEACHING AND COURSE DEVELOPMENT
COURSES TAUGHT AT LINFIELD
*This list is not an exhaustive list; rather, examples of course development and delivery.
Transition to Professional Practice (RN-BSN)
Curricular Highlights and Responsibilities:
 Online Delivery
 Course Leadership and Curriculum Development
 Contributor: Development and Delivery of RN-BSN Online Program Orientation
 Interdisciplinary, Collaborative Approach: Embedded Librarian
 Curricular Focus: Professional Development, Mentoring and Support,
Information Technology, Professional Writing, Community Health, and
Transition to BSN Practice
 Adjunct Faculty Mentorship: Best Practices for Online Teaching, Student Support
Strategies, Inter-rater Reliability
 Dissemination: Co-author of “Fostering RN-to-BSN students’ confidence in
searching online for scholarly information on evidence-based practice” which
highlights practice of embedded librarian to enhance learning.
Population-Focused Nursing (RN-BSN)
Curricular Highlights and Responsibilities:
 Online Delivery
 Course Leadership and New Course Development
 Teaching/Learning Strategies: Case-Based Learning, Student-Peer-Faculty
Interaction, Information Technology in Public Health, Cinema-Education
 Adjunct Faculty Mentorship: Best Practices for Online Teaching, Student Support
Strategies, Inter-rater Reliability
 Course Taught Online to BSN (Spring 2013) and Accelerated BSN (Summer 2013)
Students in LGSSON
 Member of LGSSON Semester IV Faculty Work Group
 Dissemination: Published “Population-focused nursing: Advocacy for
vulnerable populations in an RN-BSN program” in Public Health Nursing.
 Dissemination: “Using Public Health Blogs to Increase RN-BSN Student
Awareness of Public Health Issues” (Article under review)
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Palliative Care Nursing (Elective offered to BSN and RN-BSN)
Curricular Highlights and Responsibilities:
 Online Delivery
 Course Leadership and New Course Development
 Teaching/Learning Strategies: Narrative Learning, Critical Reflection, Case
Study Learning, Problem-Based Learning, Student-Peer-Faculty Interaction,
Cinema Education, Life Review Experiences
 Dissemination: “Distance Learning: Delivering Palliative Care Education to
Nurses in Rural Communities” Poster presented at the 20th International
Congress on Palliative Care in Canada, September, 2014
Integrated Experiential Learning (RN-BSN Course Development)
Curricular Highlights and Responsibilities:
 Concept-Based, Collaborative Course Development of Online RN-BSN Course
using a Virtual Community (The Neighborhood ©)
 Experiential Hours: LGSSON Curriculum Proposal
 Member of LGSSON Semester IV Faculty Work Group
 Developed and Piloted Disaster Nursing Case Study Simulated in Virtual
Community
 Service Learning Initiative (Spring 2014)
 Dissemination: Poster Presentation of “Disaster Nursing Case Study: Innovative
Teaching Strategies for Online BSN Programs” at NLN Conference
 Dissemination: Participated in Podium Presentation/Symposium of “Innovative
Approaches to Experiential Learning for Online RN-BSN Students” at WIN
Conference.
 Dissemination: Co-author of “Experiential learning: Using virtual simulation in
an online RN-BSN program” accepted for publication on Sept. 13, 2014 in the
Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing.
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PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
ACADEMIC SERVICE
2014-2015
Linfield College, Business Management, Search Committee Member
Linfield College, Instructional Designer, Search Committee Member
Linfield College, College Planning Budget Committee (CPBC) Member
Linfield College, Faculty Planning Budget Committee (FPBC) Member
LGSSON, Admissions, Progression, Honors, & Graduation Committee, Co-Chair
LGSSON, MSN Work Group Member
LGSSON, Joining Forces Veteran Initiative, Faculty Leadership
2013-2014
Linfield College, Distance Librarian, Search Committee Member
Linfield College, Business Faculty, Search Committee Member
Linfield College, Team DCE, Committee Member
Linfield College, College Planning Budget Committee (CPBC) Member
Linfield College, Faculty Planning Budget Committee (FPBC) Member
Linfield College, Vice President for Finance and Administration Search Committee
Linfield College, Associate Editor, Undergraduate Journal of Research
LGSSON, MSN Work Group Member
LGSSON, Joining Forces Veteran Initiative, Faculty Leadership
2012-2013
Linfield College, College Planning Budget Committee (CPBC) Member
Linfield College, Faculty Planning Budget Committee (FPBC) Member
Linfield College, Associate Editor, Undergraduate Journal of Research
LGSSON Dean of Nursing, Search Committee Member
LGSSON, RN-BSN Faculty Mentor
2011-2012
Linfield College, Associate Editor, Undergraduate Journal of Research
LGSSON, Experiential Learning Center Committee, Chair
LGSSON, RN-BSN Faculty Mentor
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LGSSON, Electronic Health Record Task Force, Project Development
2010-2011
Linfield College, Staffing Committee
Linfield College, Associate Editor, Undergraduate Journal of Research
LGSSON Experiential Learning Center Committee, Chair
LGSSON Associate Dean Search Committee Member
LGSSON Faculty Search Committee Member
2009-2010
LGSSON RN-BSN Curriculum Sub-Committee
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Reviewer, Journal of Professional Nursing, American Association of Colleges of Nursing
Chemeketa Community College, Conducted External Program Review (2014)

Invited Reviewer for Nursing Program Accreditation Report
Member, LERN Faculty Development Council for Distance Education, 2013-Current

Advising Member for Faculty Issues, Key Initiatives for Online Education
Member, Steering Committee: Joining Community Forces for Veterans
Yamhill County, 2013-Current

Advising Member Representing Healthcare and Education Sectors

Advocacy for Veteran Support in the Community
Member, Advisory Group for “We Honor Veterans”
Providence Hospice & Palliative Care, 2012-Current

Leadership of Key Initiatives Address Quality Palliative and End of Life Care for
Veterans and their Families

Engaged with Staff Education and Community Outreach
Guest Lecturer, Chemeketa Community College
“Hospice & Palliative Care Nursing”, February 2013; February 2014
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Guest Speaker, Sherwood High School
“Health Professions”, February, 2013
Guest Lecturer, Portland Community College
“Hospice & Palliative Care Nursing”, October 2011; November 2012
Board Member, Clinical Ladder
Providence Hospice & Palliative Care, 2010-2012
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Leadership for Policy Development, Practice Standards, Nurse Mentorship
Committee Member, Formulary Committee
Providence Hospice & Palliative Care, 2011

Leadership for Policy Development, Practice Standards
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP
Western Institute of Nursing, 2014-Current
Oregon Public Health Association, 2013-Current
National League for Nursing, 2011-Current
American Nurses Association, 2010-Current
Oregon Nurses Association, 2009-Current
Hospice and Palliative Care Nurses Association, 2004-Current
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
NW Organization of Nurse Executives, Annual Fall Conference, “Affordable Care Act”
Seattle, Washington, October 1-2, 2014
20th International Congress on Palliative Care Conference
Montreal, Canada, Sept. 9-12, 2014
Western Institute of Nursing (WIN) 47th Annual Communicating Nursing Research
Conference, Seattle, WA, April 9-12, 2014
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North American Faculty Development Conference on Distance Education
LERN: Learning Resources Network, Savannah, GA, March 4-5, 2013
The National League for Nursing Seventh Annual Technology Conference
Spokane, WA, October 19-21, 2012
Providence Hospice & Palliative Care, Fall Conference, “Caring Through Our Shared
Stories”, Portland, OR, October, 2012
LERN: Certified Online Instructor Courses (COI), 2012
Oregon Hospice Association, Professional Practice Exchange, 2011
Nurturing Cultural Competence in Nursing, Oregon Center for Nursing, 2011
Grant Writing Workshop, Linfield College, 2010
End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC), Core Training Program, 2010
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