Professor Martyn Jones

Professor of Healthcare Research

Address:

School of Nursing and Health Sciences
11 Airlie Place,
Dundee,
DD1 4HJ

Phone Number:

+(44) 01382 388534

Email Address:

m.c.jones@dundee.ac.uk

Biography

Martyn Jones first came to the School of Nursing and Midwifery in 1990 and has developed his research leadership profile in the School. Professor Jones has an international reputation in the area of workforce research.  His current research examines how changes in healthcare organisation and work environment influences healthcare staff well-being and care provision. He uses innovative e-technologies to gather real-time accounts of the healthcare environment tracking its effect to staff well-being and to care delivery.  Future research will develop and evaluate interventions to improve practitioner perceptions of control and support.

Research

My research activities are focused a single key theme, “Improving Care Delivery”, with 2 sub-themes, understanding the “determinants of staff well-being and clinical performance”, and understanding how best to “support patients to better manage their long term conditions”. My research directly examines the interaction of staff and patients in care delivery and explores the impact of potential discrepancies in patient and staff perception on care provision.

  •  Determinants of staff well-being and clinical performance

The need to understand what determines well-being in nurses (both student and qualified nursing staff), and influences subsequent clinical performance is now well established in the literature (McKee et al, 2009). The policy and practice agenda in this area is driven by continuing international concerns regarding patient safety. The influence of the work environment on staff well-being and performance is the subject of research across international healthcare organisations.

This strand of my research activity is carried out in collaboration with Professor Derek Johnston at the School of Psychology, University of Aberdeen. While this research initially focused on well-being in student nurses, it has now developed to understanding how such processes operate in qualified nurses within acute healthcare environments using real-time data collection. My research in this area now focuses exclusively on specific aspects of nurse well-being and practice that are related to patient safety outcomes.

My research with student nurses is internationally recognised and has had considerable impact, as evidenced by citation rates and web-based educational initiatives hosted by external Universities. The SNSI has been used in a range of international studies in US, Canada, Brazil, China, UK and across Europe, and I regularly receive requests for its use. The SNSI is being used in course evaluation and in the evaluation of programmes to improve student nurses well-being and performance. This research has also involved the development and evaluation of a stress management intervention for student nurses focused on a range of individual and organisational strategies as a method of stress management.

My research exploring the effect of the work environment in qualified nurse mood/well-being and clinical performance continues to have impact at a clinical practice level. Professor Johnston and I are extending this behavioural diary work (Johnston et al, 2006; Jones & Johnston 2012). This approach enables tracking the impact of the healthcare work environment to clinical practice using PDA-based behavioural diaries

In collaboration with Prof Derek Johnson (Aberdeen), Prof Ian Ricketts and Dr Kenny Morrison (Computing, Dundee), I contributed to the development of Pocket Interview software, which is available to the academic community. This software is currently being used in several studies across Europe, with applications in French and Spanish, see, http://www.computing.dundee.ac.uk/projects/PocketInterview/ ).

  • Supporting patients to better manage their long-term conditions

Supporting patients to better manage their long-term conditions is key to many policy and service delivery innovations (Scottish Executive, 2008). This strand of my research focuses on gaining an understanding of how patient represent their long-term condition and evaluates nurse-led interventions to promote self-management. This strand of research is also increasingly making use of methodological innovation, i.e. using real-time data collection (see Ph.D. students and Postdoctoral fellow activities). This research has a national and international profile and has had an impact at theoretical, methodological and clinical levels, as evidenced below.

The majority of my Ph.D. students are working in the area of self-management in long-term conditions. The focus of this research is in understanding how patients represent and self-manage their long-term condition, and in evaluating strategies to promote improved self-management. I collaborate with Dr Karen Smith (School of Nursing and Midwifery /NHS Tayside Acute Services Division) and Professor Frank Sullivan (Tayside Centre for General Practice). I am currently engaged in a CSO funded study to examine the predictors of non-attendance at cardiac rehabilitation using behavioural diaries to capture weekly reports of cardiac related beliefs, motivation and mood.

Wider professional activities

  • I have been a member of several additional conference organising committees, including a Novice Researchers conference in Glasgow, October 6th 2005, a Health Foundation Showcase NMAHP conference in September 2006 in Cardiff, 2 SDHI conferences, "What have we learned since the Black Report", Sept 05 and "Enhancing Self-Care: The evidence base", May 2006. 
  • I am Member of American Public Health Association in the US.
  • I am chair of the NHS Tayside Acute Services Grant Scheme. I review for the Health Foundation Leadership Award and for the Charity, the St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Charitable Foundation.
  • Since January 08, I am book editor of Health Expectations.
  • External examiner for the Learning Disabilities Nursing Course, Queens University, Belfast, 1995.
  • External Examiner for Degree in Community Mental Health Care, Queen Margaret University College. Sept 2000 - 2004.
  • Took part in the 'Helios' programme of exchange and study visits with groups of people with disabilities and a wide range of carers in the EEC. This involvement ended late 1996.
  • Graduate Member of the British Psychological Society, and gained membership of Health Psychology section of the British Psychological Society, 1993.
  • Chartered Health Psychologist, November 1999. Treasurer for European Health Psychology Society/BPS Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, St Andrews, Scotland, September 2001.
  • In June 2001 I joined the International Advisory Board for the Journal of Learning Disabilities (Statistical Advisor).
  • I was a member of the reference group for a Scottish Executive review, "The contribution of all nurses to the care and well-being of people with learning disabilities".
  • I am an active member of the RCN research society and served on the Institutional Scientific Advisory Committee for the RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conferences in 2002 - 2004.
  • Reviewer for Journal of Advanced Nursing, Psychology and Health, Journal of Psychology, Journal of Learning Disabilities. I lead the £1,000,000 The Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions Research Training Scheme. Funded by the Scottish Executive, NHS for Scotland, Health Foundation, 4 and a half year study. In addition, with Professor Hunt, I have contributed to the development of a £2.5 million bid to SHEFC/NHS for research infrastructure monies to build a research theme, "Enhancing Self-Care" with a broad Consortium of Universities in Scotland.

Teaching

Martyn Jones contributes to Nurse education by teaching into the pre and post-registration programmes, by supporting Masters and PhD thesis students to design, implement and complete their research.

Current funding

A stepped-wedge, evaluation of two nursing team initiatives to improve patient care for acute, in-patient adults in NHS Tayside. Jones, M, Rattray J, Maguire R, Entwistle V, Donnan P, Baldie D. Scottish Government. £304,109. 2012-2014.

Assessing patient’s cardiac beliefs, motivation and mood over time to predict non-attendance at cardiac rehabilitation. Jones, M, Smith Karen CSO £224,145.00 2013 - 2016

Publications

What is the mechanism effect that links social support to coping and psychological outcome within individuals affected by prostate cancer?: Real time data collection using mobile technology Paterson, C., Jones, M., Rattray, J., Lauder, W. & Nabi, G. Apr 2016 In : European Journal of Oncology Nursing. 8 p.

Identifying the self-management behaviours performed by prostate cancer survivors: a systematic review of the evidence Paterson, C., Jones, M., Rattray, J. & Lauder, W. 9 Mar 2015 In : Journal of Research in Nursing. 20, 2, p. 96-111 16 p.

Stressors, Appraisal of Stressors, Experienced Stress and Cardiac Response: A Real-Time, Real-Life Investigation of Work Stress in Nurses Johnston, D., Bell, C., Jones, M., Farquharson, B., Allan, J., Schofield, P., Ricketts, I. & Johnston, M. 2015 In : Annals of Behavioral Medicine. p. 1-11

Stress in telephone helpline nurses is associated with failures of concentration, attention and memory, and with more conservative referral decisions Allan, J. L., Farquharson, B., Johnston, D. W., Jones, M. C., Choudhary, C. J. & Johnston, M. May 2014 In : British Journal of Psychology. 105, 2, p. 200-213 14 p.

Identifying the self-management behaviours performed by prostate cancer survivors: a systematic review of the evidence Paterson, C., Jones, M., Rattray, J. & Lauder, W. Mar 2015 In : Journal of Research in Nursing. 20, 2, p. 96-111 16 p.

Stress in telephone helpline nurses is associated with failures of concentration, attention and memory, and with more conservative referral decisions Allan, J. L., Farquharson, B., Johnston, D. W., Jones, M. C., Choudhary, C. J. & Johnston, M. May 2014 In : British Journal of Psychology. 105, 2, p. 200-213 14 p.

A rehabilitation intervention to promote physical recovery following intensive care: a detailed description of construct development, rationale and content together with proposed taxonomy to capture processes in a randomised controlled trial RECOVER trial collaboration 29 Jan 2014 In : Trials. 15, 18 p., 38

Exploring the relationship between coping, social support and health-related quality of life for prostate cancer survivors: A review of the literature Paterson, C., Jones, M., Rattray, J. & Lauder, W. Dec 2013 In : European Journal of Oncology Nursing. 17, 6, p. 750-759 10 p.

Stress in Nurses: Stress-Related Affect and Its Determinants Examined Over the Nursing Day Johnston, D. W., Jones, M. C., Charles, K., McCann, S. K. & McKee, L. Jun 2013 In : Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 45, 3, p. 348-356 9 p.

Does effort-reward imbalance and overcommitment relate to real-time stress and heart rate in nurses? Jones, M., Johnston, D., Farquharson, B., Allan, J., Choudhary, C. & Johnston, M. 2013 In : Psychology and Health. 28, S1, p. 110 1 p.

Ethnic differences and socio-demographic predictors of illness perceptions, self-management, and metabolic control of type 2 diabetes Abubakari, A-R., Jones, M. C., Lauder, W., Kirk, A., Anderson, J., Devendra, D. & Naderali, E. K. 2013 In : International Journal of General Medicine. 6, p. 617-628 12 p.

Frequency of nursing tasks in medical and surgical wards Farquharson, B., Bell, C., Johnston, D., Jones, M., Schofield, P., Allan, J., Ricketts, I., Morrison, K. & Johnston, M. 2013 In : Journal of Nursing Management.

Measuring patient-centredness in healthcare: Development of the Valuing Patients as Individuals Scale (VPAIS) Jones, M., Williams, B., Baldie, D. & Rattray, J. 2013 In : Psychology and Health. 28, S1, p. 110-110 1 p.

Nurses leading care in custody suite environments: a qualitative study from ScotlandHurley, J., Linsley, P., Elvins, M. & Jones, M. 2013 In : Journal of Forensic Nursing. 9, 1, p. 45-51 7 p.

Nursing stress and patient care: real-time investigation of the effect of nursing tasks and demands on psychological stress, physiological stress, and job performance: study protocol Farquharson, B., Bell, C., Johnston, D., Jones, M., Schofield, P., Allan, J., Ricketts, I., Morrison, K. & Johnston, M. 2013 In : Journal of Advanced Nursing.

Promoting the health, safety and welfare of adults with learning disabilities in acute care settings: a structured literature review Bradbury-Jones, C., Rattray, J., Jones, M. & MacGillivray, S. 2013 In : Journal of Clinical Nursing. 22, 11-12, p. 1497-1509 13 p.

Assessing acute coronary syndrome patients' cardiac-related beliefs, motivation and mood over time to predict non-attendance at cardiac rehabilitation Herber, O. R., Jones, M. C., Smith, K. & Johnston, D. W. Dec 2012 In : Journal of Advanced Nursing. 68, 12, p. 2778-2788 11 p.

Does clinical incident seriousness and receipt of work-based support influence mood experienced by nurses at work?: a behavioural diary study Jones, M. C. & Johnston, D. W. Aug 2012 In : International Journal of Nursing Studies. 49, 8, p. 978-987 10 p.

Do mood and the receipt of work-based support influence nurse perceived quality of care delivery?: A behavioural diary study Jones, M. Mar 2012 In : Journal of Clinical Nursing. 22, 5-6, p. 890-901 12 p.

Stress amongst nurses working in a healthcare telephone-advice service: Relationship with job satisfaction, intention to leave, sickness absence, and performance Farquharson, B., Allan, J., Johnston, D., Johnston, M., Choudhary, C. & Jones, M. 1 Jan 2012 In : Journal of Advanced Nursing.

Provision of healthcare and forensic medical services in Tayside police custody settings: An evaluation of a partnership agreement between NHS Tayside and Tayside Police (2009-2011)

Elvins, M., Gao, C., Hurley, J., Jones, M., Linsley, P. & Petrie, D. 2012 Dundee: Scottish Institute for Policing Research.

Flying Start NHS (TM): easing the transition from student to registered health professional Banks, P., Roxburgh, M., Kane, H., Lauder, W., Jones, M., Kydd, A. & Atkinson, J. Dec 2011 In : Journal of Clinical Nursing. 20, 23-24, p. 3567-3576 10 p.

An exploration of the motivation of pregnant women to perform pelvic floor exercises using the revised theory of planned behaviour Whitford, H. M. & Jones, M. Nov 2011 In : British Journal of Health Psychology. 16, 4, p. 761-778 18

Associations between knowledge, illness perceptions, self-management and metabolic control of type 2 diabetes among African and European-origin patients Abubakari, A-R., Jones, M. C., Lauder, W., Kirk, A., Anderson, J. & Devendra, D. Sep 2011 In : Journal of Nursing and Healthcare of Chronic Illness. 3, 3, p. 245-256 12 p.

Understanding phenomena in the real world: the case for real time data collection in health services research Jones, M. & Johnston, D. Jul 2011 In : Journal of Health Services Research and Policy. 16, 3, p. 172-176 5 p.

Real time assessment of stress in telephone health services: cardiac consequences for nurses of stressful consultations  Johnston, D., Allan, J., Choudhary, C. J., Farquharson, B., Jones, M. C. & Johnston, M. Apr 2011 In : Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 41, S1, p. S235-S235 1 p., D-179

A thematic analysis of the conceptualisation of self-care, self-management and self-management support in the long-term conditions management literature Jones, M. C., MacGillivray, S., Kroll, T., Zohoor, A. R. & Connaghan, J. 2011 In : Journal of Nursing and Healthcare of Chronic Illness. 3, 3, p. 174-185 12 p.

Evaluating the angina plan in the patients admitted to hospital with angina: a randomised control trial Zetta, S., Smith, K., Jones, M., Allcoat, P. & Sullivan, F. 2011 In : Cardiovascular Therapeutics. 29, 2, p. 112-124 13 p.

Psychometric properties of the Revised Illness Perception Questionnaire: Factor structure and reliability among African-origin populations with type 2 diabetes Abubakari, A-R., Jones, M. C., Lauder, W., Kirk, A., Devendra, D. & Anderson, J. 2011 In : International Journal of Nursing Studies. 10 p.

What predicts the selection of nursing as a career choice in 5th and 6th year school students? Neilson, G. R. & Jones, M. C. 2011 In : Nurse Education Today.

Work stress and well-being in oncology settings: a multidisciplinary study of health care professionals Jones, M. C., Wells, M., Gao, C., Cassidy, B. & Davie, J. 2011 In : Psycho-Oncology. 8 p.

Understanding the dynamics of organisational culture change: creating safe places for patients and staff McKee, L., West, M., Flin, R., Grant, A., Johnston, D., Jones, M., Miles, C., Charles, K., Dawson, J., McCann, S. & Yule, S. Feb 2010 National Institute for Health Research. 425 p.

Patients' perceptions of and emotional outcome after intensive care: results from a multicentre study Rattray, J., Crocker, C., Jones, M. & Connaghan, J. 2010 In : Nursing in Critical Care. 15, 2, p. 86-93 8 p.

A secure electronic diary and data collection tool Morrison, K., Ricketts, I. W., Jones, M. C., Johnston, D. W., Pitts, N. B. & Sullivan, F. M. 1 Jan 2009 2009 3rd International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare - Pervasive Health 2009, PCTHealth 2009. 4 p.

Prevalence and time trends in diabetes and physical inactivity among adult West African populations: the epidemic has arrived Abubakari, A. R., Lauder, W., Jones, M. C., Kirk, A., Agyemang, C. & Bhopal, R. S. 2009 In : Public Health. 123, 9, p. 602-614 13 p.

Stress in telephone helpline nurses: research protocol for a study of theoretical determinants, physiological aspects and behavioural consequences Allan, J., Farquharson, B., Choudhary, C., Johnston, D. W., Jones, M. C. & Johnston, M. 2009 In : Journal of Advanced Nursing. 65, 10, p. 2208-2215 8 p.

Effect of social support and coping strategies on the relationship between health care-related occupational stress and health Jones, M. C. Nov 2008 In : Journal of Research in Nursing. 13, 6, p. 525-526 2 p.

Illness representations about stroke: Do health professionals hold the same representations? Joice, S., Jones, M. & Johnston, M. Sep 2008 In : Psychology and Health. 23, S1, p. 154-155 2 p.

Inclusion in primary care for people with intellectual disabilities: gaining the perspective of service user and supporting social care staff Jones, M. C., McLafferty, E., Walley, R., Toland, J. & Melson, N. Jun 2008 In : Journal of Intellectual Disabilities. 12, 2, p. 93-109 17 p.

Prevalence and time trends in obesity among adult West African populations: a meta-analysis Abubakari, A. R., Lauder, W., Agyemang, C., Jones, M., Kirk, A. & Bhopal, R. S. 2008 In : Obesity Reviews. 9, 4, p. 297-311 15 p.

The effect of clinical incident severity and managerial support on work based affect in nurse Jones, M. C. & Johnston, D. W. 2008 In : Psychology and Health. 23, S1, p. 48-48 1 p.

Exploring the relationship between coping, social support and health-related quality of life for prostate cancer survivors: A review of the literature Paterson, C., Jones, M., Rattray, J. & Lauder, W. Dec 2013 In : European Journal of Oncology Nursing. 17, 6, p. 750-759 10 p.

Does effort-reward imbalance and overcommitment relate to real-time stress and heart rate in nurses? Jones, M., Johnston, D., Farquharson, B., Allan, J., Choudhary, C. & Johnston, M. Jul 2013 In : Psychology and Health. 28, S1, p. 109-109 1 p.

Ethnic differences and socio-demographic predictors of illness perceptions, self-management, and metabolic control of type 2 diabetes Abubakari, A-R., Jones, M. C., Lauder, W., Kirk, A., Anderson, J., Devendra, D. & Naderali, E. K.2013 6, p. 617-628 12 p.

Frequency of nursing tasks in medical and surgical wards Farquharson, B., Bell, C., Johnston, D., Jones, M., Schofield, P., Allan, J., Ricketts, I., Morrison, K. & Johnston, M. 2013 In : Journal of Nursing Management.

Nurses leading care in custody suite environments: a qualitative study from Scotland Hurley, J., Linsley, P., Elvins, M. & Jones, M. 2013 In : Journal of Forensic Nursing. 9, 1, p. 45-51 7 p.

Nursing stress and patient care: real-time investigation of the effect of nursing tasks and demands on psychological stress, physiological stress, and job performance: study protocol Farquharson, B., Bell, C., Johnston, D., Jones, M., Schofield, P., Allan, J., Ricketts, I., Morrison, K. & Johnston, M. 2013 In : Journal of Advanced Nursing.

Promoting the health, safety and welfare of adults with learning disabilities in acute care settings: a structured literature review Bradbury-Jones, C., Rattray, J., Jones, M. & MacGillivray, S. 2013 In : Journal of Clinical Nursing.22, 11-12, p. 1497-1509 13 p.

Do mood and the receipt of work-based support influence nurse perceived quality of care delivery?: A behavioural diary study Jones, M. Mar 2012 In : Journal of Clinical Nursing. 22, 5-6, p. 890-901 12 p.

Stress amongst nurses working in a healthcare telephone-advice service: Relationship with job satisfaction, intention to leave, sickness absence, and performance Farquharson, B., Allan, J., Johnston, D., Johnston, M., Choudhary, C. & Jones, M. 1 Jan 2012 In :Journal of Advanced Nursing.
 
Flying Start NHS (TM): easing the transition from student to registered health professional
 Banks, P., Roxburgh, M., Kane, H., Lauder, W., Jones, M., Kydd, A. & Atkinson, J. Dec 2011 In :Journal of Clinical Nursing. 20, 23-24, p. 3567-3576 10 p.

An exploration of the motivation of pregnant women to perform pelvic floor exercises using the revised theory of planned behaviour Whitford, H. M. & Jones, M. Nov 2011 In : British Journal of Health Psychology. 16, 4, p. 761-778 18 p.

Associations between knowledge, illness perceptions, self-management and metabolic control of type 2 diabetes among African and European-origin patients Abubakari, A-R., Jones, M. C., Lauder, W., Kirk, A., Anderson, J. & Devendra, D. Sep 2011 In :Journal of Nursing and Healthcare of Chronic Illness. 3, 3, p. 245-256 12 p.

Understanding phenomena in the real world: the case for real time data collection in health services research Jones, M. & Johnston, D. Jul 2011 In : Journal of Health Services Research and Policy. 16, 3, p. 172-176 5 p.

A thematic analysis of the conceptualisation of self-care, self-management and self-management support in the long-term conditions management literature Jones, M. C., MacGillivray, S., Kroll, T., Zohoor, A. R. & Connaghan, J. 2011 In : Journal of Nursing and Healthcare of Chronic Illness. 3, 3, p. 174-185 12 p.

Evaluating the angina plan in the patients admitted to hospital with angina: a randomised control trial Zetta, S., Smith, K., Jones, M., Allcoat, P. & Sullivan, F. 2011 In : Cardiovascular Therapeutics. 29,2, p. 112-124 13 p.

Psychometric properties of the Revised Illness Perception Questionnaire: Factor structure and reliability among African-origin populations with type 2 diabetesAbubakari, A-R., Jones, M. C., Lauder, W., Kirk, A., Devendra, D. & Anderson, J. 2011 In :International Journal of Nursing Studies. 10 p.

What predicts the selection of nursing as a career choice in 5th and 6th year school students? Neilson, G. R. & Jones, M. C. 2011 In : Nurse Education Today.

Work stress and well-being in oncology settings: a multidisciplinary study of health care professionals Jones, M. C., Wells, M., Gao, C., Cassidy, B. & Davie, J. 2011 In : Psycho-Oncology. 8 p.

Patients' perceptions of and emotional outcome after intensive care: results from a multicentre study Rattray, J., Crocker, C., Jones, M. & Connaghan, J. 2010 In : Nursing in Critical Care. 15, 2, p. 86-93 8 p.

Prevalence and time trends in diabetes and physical inactivity among adult West African populations: the epidemic has arrived Abubakari, A. R., Lauder, W., Jones, M. C., Kirk, A., Agyemang, C. & Bhopal, R. S. 2009 In : Public Health. 123, 9, p. 602-614 13 p.

Stress in telephone helpline nurses: research protocol for a study of theoretical determinants, physiological aspects and behavioural consequences Allan, J., Farquharson, B., Choudhary, C., Johnston, D. W., Jones, M. C. & Johnston, M. 2009 In :Journal of Advanced Nursing. 65, 10, p. 2208-2215 8 p.

Effect of social support and coping strategies on the relationship between health care-related occupational stress and health
 Jones, M. C. Nov 2008 In : Journal of Research in Nursing. 13, 6, p. 525-526 2 p.

Inclusion in primary care for people with intellectual disabilities: gaining the perspective of service user and supporting social care staff Jones, M. C., McLafferty, E., Walley, R., Toland, J. & Melson, N. Jun 2008 In : Journal of Intellectual Disabilities. 12, 2, p. 93-109 17 p.

Prevalence and time trends in obesity among adult West African populations: a meta-analysis Abubakari, A. R., Lauder, W., Agyemang, C., Jones, M., Kirk, A. & Bhopal, R. S. 2008 In : Obesity Reviews. 9, 4, p. 297-311 15 p.

The quality of written information for parents regarding the management of a febrile convulsion: a randomized controlled trial
 Paul, F., Jones, M. C., Hendry, C. & Adair, P. M. Dec 2007 In : Journal of Clinical Nursing. 16, 12, p. 2308-2322 15 p.

A longitudinal follow up of women in their practice of perinatal pelvic floor exercises and stress urinary incontinence in North-East Scotland Whitford, H. M., Alder, B. & Jones, M. Sep 2007 In : Midwifery. 23, 3, p. 298-308 11 p.

A cross-sectional study of knowledge and practice of pelvic floor exercises during pregnancy and associated symptoms of stress urinary incontinence in North-East Scotland Whitford, H. M., Alder, B. & Jones, M. Jun 2007 In : Midwifery. 23, 2, p. 204-217 14 p.

Essential elements of questionnaire design and development Rattray, J. & Jones, M. C. Feb 2007 In : Journal of Clinical Nursing. 16, 2, p. 234-243 10 p.

Behavioral and psychosocial outcomes of a 16-week rebound therapy-based exercise program for people with profound intellectual disabilities Jones, M. C., Walley, R. M., Leech, A., Paterson, M., Common, S. & Metcalf, C. 2007 In : Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities. 4, 2, p. 111-119 9 p.

Social determinants of mental health: the missing dimensions of mental health nursing? Lauder, W., Kroll, T. & Jones, M. 2007 In : Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 14, 7, p. 661-669 9 p.

Using goal attainment scaling to evaluate a needs-led exercise programme for people with severe and profound intellectual disabilities Jones, M. C., Walley, R. M., Leech, A., Paterson, M., Common, S. & Metcalf, C. Dec 2006 In : Journal of Intellectual Disabilities. 10, 4, p. 317-335 19 p.

Is the introduction of a student-centred, problem-based curriculum associated with improvements in student nurse well-being and performance? An observational study of effect Jones, M. C. & Johnston, D. W. Nov 2006 In : International Journal of Nursing Studies. 43, 8, p. 941-952 12 p.

A comparison of health behaviours in lonely and non-lonely populations Lauder, W., Mummery, K., Jones, M. & Caperchione, C. May 2006 In : Psychology, Health and Medicine. 11, 2, p. 233-245 13 p.

Using computerized ambulatory diaries for the assessment of job characteristics and work-related stress in nurses Johnston, D. W., Beedie, A. & Jones, M. C. Apr 2006 In : Work & Stress. 20, 2, p. 163-172 10 p.

Exploring the Michigan model: the relationship of personality, managerial support and organizational structure with health outcomes in entrants to the healthcare environmenJones, M. C., Smith, K. & Johnston, D. W. Jan 2005 In : Work & Stress. 19, 1, p. 1-22 22 p.

Evaluating the impact of a worksite stress management programme for distressed student nurses: A randomised controlled trial Jones, M. C. & Johnston, D. W. 2000 In : Psychology and Health. 15, 5, p. 689-706 18 p.

The derivation of a brief Student Nurse Stress Index Jones, M. C. & Johnston, D. W. 1999 In : Work & Stress. 13, 2, p. 162-181 20 p.

Book/ Book Chapter/Reports

Real time assessment of stress in telephone health services: cardiac consequences for nurses of stressful consultations Johnston, D., Allan, J., Choudhary, C. J., Farquharson, B., Jones, M. C. & Johnston, M. Apr 2011 In :Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 41, S1, p. S235-S235 1 p.D-179

A secure electronic diary and data collection tool Morrison, K., Ricketts, I. W., Jones, M. C., Johnston, D. W., Pitts, N. B. & Sullivan, F. M. 1 Jan 20092009 3rd International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare - Pervasive Health 2009, PCTHealth 2009. 4 p.

Illness representations about stroke: Do health professionals hold the same representations Joice, S., Jones, M. & Johnston, M. Sep 2008 In : Psychology and Health. 23, S1, p. 154-155 2 p.

The effect of clinical incident severity and managerial support on work based affect in nurse Jones, M. C. & Johnston, D. W. 2008 In : Psychology and Health. 23, S1, p. 48-48 1 p.
 
Commissioned report
 

Understanding the dynamics of organisational culture change: creating safe places for patients and staff McKee, L., West, M., Flin, R., Grant, A., Johnston, D., Jones, M., Miles, C., Charles, K., Dawson, J., McCann, S. & Yule, S. Feb 2010 National Institute for Health Research. 425 p.

Meeting Abstract

Does effort-reward imbalance and over commitment relate to real-time stress and heart rate in nurses? Jones, M., Johnston, D., Farquharson, B., Allan, J., Choudhary, C. & Johnston, M. Jul 2013 In :Psychology and Health. 28, S1, p. 109-109 1 p.

Measuring patient-centredness in healthcare: Development of the Valuing Patients as Individuals Scale (VPAIS) Jones, M., Williams, B., Baldie, D. & Rattray, J. 2013 In : Psychology and Health. 28, S1, p. 110-1101 p.

 

Conferences

I am chair of the scientific of the Royal College of Nursing Research Society conference (2011-2013). 

I have attended the following conferences

  • British Psychological Society Health Psychology conference
  • European Health Psychology conference
  • European Academy of Occupational  Health Psychology conference
  • Social Dimensions of Health conferences