Bridie has a background in Emergency Care with a specific interest in physical assessment skills.
Prior to commencing her role as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Glamorgan Bridie worked as Clinical Nurse Manager of an Emergency Department.She worked both clinically and managerially in order to ensure an approrpaite service was delivered to approximately 65, 000 new patients a year.
Within her role as a Senior Lecturer she teaches emergency and critical care skills,physiology,physical assessment skills,legal and professional issues and has a particular interest in using simulation for both teaching and learning purposes.
Teaching and supervision of students across both pre-registration and post registration curricula.
Jones, B (2001) Domestic Violence: A & E is often the first cry for help. Emergency Nurse Newsletter. Autumn.
Higginson, R.Lewis,C;Jones, B & De, D. (2004) The need for critical care nurse education at pre-registration level. British Journal of Nursing. Vol 13. No. 22. pp. 1326-1328.
Jones, S; Davies, K & Jones, B (2005).The adult patient, informed consent and the Emergency Care Setting. Accident and Emergency Nursing, vol. 13 pp.167-170.
Jones, S & Jones B (2007) Advance directives and implications for emergency departments. British Journal of Nursing, vol. 16, No.4 pp.220-223.
Wilson, C; Jones, B; Kenkre, J and Lipp,A (2007) Independent Evaluation of Patient Support Systems.IBSN:978-1-84054-172-4.
Wilson C, Jones, B and Lipp A (2009) Exchanging information: patients’ views on health care. Nursing Management. Vol 16: No 3
Higginson RJ and Jones B (2009) Respiratory Assessment of the Critically Ill. British Journal of Nursing Vol. 18, No. 8: 456-461.
Higginson RJ and Jones B (2009) Using sympathomimetic drugs to manage hypotension 2: use in clinical practice. Nursing Times. Vol. 105, No. 15: 24-26.
Higginson RJ and Jones B (2009) Using sympathomimetic drugs to manage hypotension 1: the cardiovascular system. Nursing Times. Vol. 105, No 14: 22-24.
Higginson RJ, Jones B, Phillips C (2009) Innovations in clinical teaching: use of clinical simulation and human patient mannequins in pre-registration nurse education. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education. In Press
Higginson R, Jones B, Davies K (2010) Airway management for nurses: emergency assessment and care. British Journal of Nursing. Vol. 19, No. 15, 954-958.
Davies K, Jones B, Higginson R (2010) Entering a new paradigm: emergency nursing into the 21st Century. Trauma. Accepted for publication, in press.
Jones B, Higginson R, Santos A (2010) Critical Care: assessing blood pressure, circulation and intravascular volume. British Journal of Nursing. Vol. 19, No.3, 153-9
Faculty Quality Assurance Committee, HESAS and Health Board Joint Committee,Continous Professional Development Forum for Abertawe BroMorgannwg University Health Board and Eduaction and Training Forum for Cwm Taf Health Board.
External examiner for Teesside University and Cardiff University.
Research interests include medicines management, the use of social media to enhance learning and teaching and how simulation can facilitate learning.
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