Dr. Shelley Jones
Dr. Shelley Jones

Assistant Professor

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 Disclosure, innovative and sustainable models of pharmacist-delivered patient care, and issues surrounding the advancement of pharmacy practice.

Interests

  • Interprofessional Education
  • Medical Error Disclosure
  • Interprofessional Education
  • Team-Based Medical Error Disclosure

Recent Publications

  • Abu-Rish Blakeney Erin, Pfeifle Andrea L., Jones Shelley Miranda, Hall Les, Zierler Brend. Findings from a mixed methods study of an interprofessional faculty development program. Journal of Interprofessional Care, DOI:10.3109/13561820.2015.1051615
  • Jones Shelley Miranda, Schuer Kevin M., Ballard James A, Taylor Stacy A, Zephyr Dominique , Jones Mikael. Outcomes of an immersive pilot faculty development program for interprofessional facilitation: A mixed methods study. Journal of Interprofessional Education and Practice, 1(3-4), 83-89.
  • Frenzel Jeanne, Eukel Heidi, Neville Michael, Castillo Shana, Donohoe Krista, Jones Shelley Miranda, Kirwin Jennifer, McMillan Ashlee, Starry Mary, Tingen Jeffrey, Urteaga Elizabeth. (2015). Essential skills for pharmacy graduates reported by advanced pharmacy practice experience preceptors. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 7(5), 700-704. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cptl.2015.06.005
  • Romanelli Frank, Jones Shelley Mirand. (2014). Authors' response to Letter to the Editor re: "Is It Time to Start Teaching Basic Diagnostics?". Am J Pharm Educ, 78(2), 42.
  • Jones Shelley Miranda, Cain Jeffrey John, Romanelli Frank. (2014). Physical examination instruction in US Pharmacy Curricula. Currents Pharm Teach Learn, 6(3), 340-347.
  • Wilbur L, Carr D, Jones Shelley Mirand. (2013). A simulation-based education experience that is innovative, reproducible, and broadly applicable for learners from graduate and undergraduate health professions. Simulation in Healthcare, 8(6), 502.
  • Romanelli Frank, Jones Shelley Mirand. (2013). Is it time to start teaching basic diagnostics?. American journal of pharmaceutical education, 77(10), 207.
  • Jones Shelley Miranda, Rippetoe Freeman Patricia E. (2013). Pharmacists’ Importance on Health Care Teams Growing. Lexington Herald-Leader, C10.
  • Steinke Douglas, McIntosh Tera, Jones Shelley Mirand. (2011). Improving Patient Interviewing Skills Using the QuEST Process. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 75(5),
  • . (2009). Clinician's Pocket Drug Reference.