Mandy Jones

Contact Information

271 Bio Pharm Complex
789 South Limestone Street
Lexington KY 40536-0596

phone: 859-323-2960
fax: 859-323-0069

Contact by email

Positions

  • Clinical Assistant Professor
    Pharmacy Practice and Science Department

Education

  • Doctor of Pharmacy
    University of Florida, 2002
  • Masters of Physician Assistant Studies
    University of Florida, 2002

Licensures

  • Pharmacist
    Commonwealth of Kentucky, 2002
  • Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist
    2006

Mandy Jones - Pharm.D., MPAC, BCPS

Dr. Jones received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Florida College of Pharmacy and her Masters of Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Florida College of Medicine: PA Program in 2002. She practices clinically within the Department of Family and Community Medicine and provides pharmaceutical education within the Family Practice medical residency program. Dr. Jones’ educational interests involve interprofessional education within the classroom and clinical practice settings. Teaching responsibilities include areas of basic physical assessment, simulation, primary care, and communication. She serves on the University’s Center for Interprofessional Healthcare Education, Research, and Practice (CIHERP) curriculum development committee and is a board member of the Salvation Army Clinic in collaboration with the College of Medicine. Dr. Jones serves the College as faculty advisor for the KAPS Community Outreach Committee; she is chair of the Education and Credentialing Committee for the Center for the Advancement of Pharmacy Practice (CAPP), and she advises students for the PharmD, MSPAS dual degree program. Dr. Jones also serves on the Kentucky Board of Pharmacy Professionals Recovery Network (KY-PRN) Committee. Her research interests include Interprofessional education and collaborative practice, Medical Error Disclosur, innovative and sustainable models of pharmacist-delivered patient care, and issues surrounding the advancement of pharmacy practice.

Selected Publications/Presentations.

  • Blakeney EA, Pfeifle A, Jones M, Hall L, Zierler B. “Findings from a mixed methods study of an interprofessional faculty development program.” Manuscript # CJIC-2014-0198. Journal of Interprofessional Care. 2015. [In Press]
  • Frenzel J, Eukel H, Neville M, Castillo S, Donohoe K, Jones M, Kirwin J, McMillan A, Starry M, Tingen J, Urteaga E. “Essential Skills for Pharmacy Graduates Reported by Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience Preceptors.” Manuscript # CPTL-D-14-00153R1. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. 2015.[In Press]
  • Jones M, Cain, JJ, Gokun Y, Romanelli FR. “Physical Examination Instruction in US Pharmacy Curricula.” Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning. May-June 2014; 6(3), 340-347.
  • Romanelli FR, Jones M. Authors’ response to Letters to the Editor re: “Is it Time to Start Teaching Basic Diagnostics?” Am J Pharm Educ. 2014; 78(2). Article 42.
  • Romanelli FR, Jones M. “Is it Time to Start Teaching Basic Diagnostics?” Am J Pharm Educ. 2013; 77(10). Article 207.
  • Jones M, Wilbur LG, Carr DE, Welsh D, Holbrook P, Pisacano M, Cary LC, Doty C,        Fink J, Martin C, Ballard JA, Pfeifle A. The impact of interprofessional teams on   disclosure conversations: A comparative study. Oral paper presentation. Collaborating    Across Borders V (CAB V)International Conference. September 2015. Roanoke VA, USA.
  • Jones M, Taylor SA, Schuer K, Feddock C, Erlandson E, Ballard JA, Jones MD. Error     Disclosure as an Explicit Curriculum for Interprofessional Education. Oral paper          presentation. Collaborating Across Borders V (CAB V) International Conference.         September 2015.Roanoke, VA, USA.
  • Wittenberg-Lyles E, Pfeifle AL, Ballard J, Jones SM. Understanding Team Formation in Health Professions Students. Oral paper presentation. Collaborating Across Borders IV     (CAB IV) International Conference. June 2013. Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Abu-Rish Blakeney E, Jones SM, Pfeifle AL.  Faculty Development in Interprofessional
               (IP) Team-based Care: End of Grant Evaluation. Oral paper presentation. Collaborating Across Borders IV (CAB IV) International Conference. June 2013. Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Jones M (presenter), Taylor SA, Schuer K, Jones MD. “Outcomes of an Immersive Faculty Development Program in Interprofessional Education.” Presented at the 2015 Collaborating Across Borders V (CAB V) International Conference.
  • Jones M (presenter), Dyer C, Carr DE, Wilbur LG, Johnson E. “Adaptability of an Interprofessional Error Disclosure Module: Implications for Faculty Development and Health Science Learning Communities.” Presented at the 2015 Collaborating Across Borders V (CAB V) International Conference.
  • Taylor S, Bennett T, Jones MD, Schuer K, Valentin V, Jones M. “Immersive Faculty Development Program in Interprofessional Education: Preliminary Data.” Presented at the 2014 US-Thai Consortium Annual Meeting.
  • Wilbur L, Carr D, Jones M, Milgrom L, Ferraris E, Jasiak K,
    Ranft D, Turner J, Cooper D. “A simulation-based education experience that is innovative, reproducible, and broadly applicable for learners from graduate and undergraduate health professions.” Simulation in Healthcare. Dec. 2013; 8(6):502. Presented at the 2014 Society for Simulation in Healthcare annual meeting.

Selected Grants

  • Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS). “Transforming the culture of medical error disclosure in Kentucky through interprofessional education.  PI: Mandy Jones. $25,000. July 2014-July 2015.
  • ASHP Foundation Pharmacy Practice Model Initiative. “Improving Transitions of Care from Hospital to Home: Impact of Pharmacist-to-Pharmacist Handoff and Early Pharmacist Follow-up on Patient Outcomes.” PI: Dr. Trish Freeman, RPh, PhD Co-investigator: Mandy Jones. $25,000. 2013-10/31/2014.
  • The Attorney General Prescriber and Consumer Grant Program. “Maximizing the Impact of a Critical Skills Curriculum.” PI: Dr. Paul L. Dassow, MD, MSPH. Co-investigator: Mandy Jones. $648,000. 2006-2008.
  • Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). “Residency Training in Primary Care” PI: Dr. A. Stevens Wrightson, MD. Key Personnel - Pharmaceutical Educator: Mandy Jones. $362,000. 2003-2006.
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