Dr Aled Jones
Current Research Projects
2012-2015 - 2012 NIHR HS&DR 'Cross-national comparative study of recovery-focused mental health care planning and coordination' (CI: Simpson (City) Hannigan (SONMS), Jones (SONMS), Coffey (Swansea), Faulkner, ) Project Manager: Dr Jitka Jancova. £396,983.
2012-2015 'Contributing to an evidence base in workforce research'. National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare. (PI with Prof Billie Hunter, Prof P Donnelly, Prof Z Radnor, Dr A. Jones, Dr A McDermott, C O'Brien, Dr S Pratt, and Dr D Watkins) £144,000
2011-2012 'Whistle-blowing in relation to older person’s care in Wales: A stakeholder analysis.’ (PI with Professor Danny Kelly). Funder - The Older Person’s Commissioner, Wales.
2011-2012 An evaluation of the Junior Doctor’s Leading Change Programme (with Dr Andrew Carson-Stevens). Funder - Cardiff and the Vale University Health Board.
2011-2014 A realist evaluation of a safer surgery initiative in Wales (with Dominic Roche, PhD student). Funder NISCHR Wales PhD studentship scheme.
2010 Evaluation of an anti-smoking initiative with year 7 pupils (Principal investigator). Funder - Health Challenge Neath/Port Talbot Local Authority.
2008 Using nurses' and patients' stories to understand their meanings of time and its influence on the experience of care: a pilot study of the relationship between perceived time availability and communication of nurses with patients (PI Assoc Prof EA Chan). Funder - Hong Kong Polytechnic University Research Development Grant.
2008 Contextualising patient-centred professionalism in nursing practice: Consulting with patients, professionals and stakeholders (Prof F. Rapport principal investigator). Funder - General Nursing Council Trust for England and Wales
2008 A qualitative evaluation of the first year of paramedic training in higher education (Principal investigator). Funder - Higher Education Academy
2006 Exploring the patient’s journey:a study of patient discharge from hospital (Personal award). Funder - RCBC (Wales) Welsh Assembly Government and the Health Foundation. Post-doctoral Fellowship scheme.