Department:School of Allied Health
Shirley is a senior lecturer in the Faculty, and is the course leader for a range of postgraduate courses which provide continuing professional development for qualified doctors.
Shirley worked as a physiotherapist in the NHS before moving into HE as a lecturer, then senior lecturer, teaching on undergraduate physiotherapy programmes in Liverpool. Since joining Anglia Ruskin University Shirley has been involved in interprofessional education, working with students from a variety of health & social care backgrounds. She's very active in curriculum development for new courses.
Crow, J., Smith, L., Jones, S. (2005). Using the Patchwork Text as a vehicle for promoting interprofessional health and social care collaboration in Higher Education. Learning in Health and Social Care 4, 3 117-128
Gelling, L. and Jones, S. (2010). Can teaching & learning technologies be used to support the delivery of a Master’s Dissertation Module: The Potential of Audio & Video Podcasting? Networks 13 8-12
Jones, S. (1996) Understanding the process of accreditation of prior learning. Physiotherapy Frontline. Vol 2 No18
Jones, S. & Crow, J. (2010) Evaluation of the MSc Advanced Practice in Health & Social Care. Networks No 13 13-17.
Jones, S., Crow, J., Law, R. (2011) Can teaching & learning technologies be integrated and used to support the Delivery of a Master’s Research Studies Module: The Potential of Audio & Video Podcasting? Networks14 81-88
Jones, S. and Gelling, L., (2013) A Survey of the role, remit and conduct of University Research Ethics Committees in the UK. Networks No 16 25-30.
Jones, S. and Gelling, L. (2013) Participation in Action Research. Nurse Researcher 21, 2, 6-7
Watts, B. and Jones, S. (2000) Interprofessional Practice & Action Research: commonalties & parallels. Educational Action Research. Vol 8 No 2
Watts, B. and Jones, S. (2002) Interprofessional Practice & Action Research: commonalties & parallels, in Day C et al (eds) Theory and Practice in Action Research: Oxford, Symposium Books
Crow, J., Smith, L., Jones, S. (2004) ‘Patchwork text as a vehicle for Promoting Interprofessional Collaborative Working’ Carn Action Research International Conference Malaga
Crow, J., Smith, L., Jones, S. (2005) ‘Reflection and the Patchwork text’. Higher Education Academy Conference London
Jones, S., Crow, J. (2005) ‘Teaching, assessing and learning about Interprofessional collaboration in Health & Social Care’ Higher Education Academy Annual conference Edinburgh
Jones, S., Crow, J. (2005) ‘Using the patchwork text as a vehicle for promoting Interprofessional health & social care collaboration in Higher Education’ 6th Annual Interdisciplinary research Conference Trinity College Dublin
Jones, S., Crow, J. (2005) ‘Using the patchwork text as a vehicle for promoting Interprofessional health & social care collaboration in Higher Education’ RCN international nursing research Conference York
Jones, S., Crow, J. (2007) ‘Patchwork text assessment strategy’ Higher Education Academy conference London
Jones, S., Crow, J. (2007) ‘Assessment in Higher Education’ HEA sponsored workshop at Leeds Metropolitan University Festival of Teaching & Learning
Jones, S. (2009) ‘Evaluation of MSc Advanced Practice’ Inspire Fellowship presentations ARU Teaching & Learning conference September
Jones, S., Gelling, L. (2009) ‘What learning technologies can we utilise to support the delivery of the masters dissertation module: the role of reusable learning objects?’ Inspire Fellowship presentations ARU Teaching & Learning Conference September.
Crow, J., Jones, S., Smith, L., (2009) ‘An introduction to Action research and a consideration of the similarities with Socratic dialogue’ 6th International conference of the Society for the Furtherance of Critical Philosophy Chichester 24th - 31st July
Crow, J., Jones, S. (2010) Action Research and Socratic Dialogue-Shared Values. Can the Socratic approach be useful to action researchers? CARN International Conference Cambridge 5th-7th November
Jones, S., Gelling, L. (2012) A survey of role remit and conduct of university ethical committees. ARU Teaching & Learning Conference June