Janet Jones, DNS, APRN, CNS, CCRA

Assistant Professor
Southeastern Louisiana University
College of Nursing and Health Sciences SLU 10835
Hammond LA 70402
PHONE: (985)549-5288
EMAIL: janet.jones-2@selu.edu



- D.N.S. Louisiana State University Medical Center
- M.N. Louisiana State University Medical Center
- B.S.N. University of Texas at Arlington

- A.D.N. El Centro Junior College


Post-Graduate/Specialty Training

- Clinical Research Training
- Medical Research Management, Inc.


Licensure and Board Certifications

- Louisiana RN Licensure 2013 - RN044033
- Louisiana APRN CNS Licensure 2013 - APO2551
- Association of Clinical Research Professionals
- Certified Clinical Research Associate


Academic Positions

- Assistant Professor, Southeastern Louisiana University
- Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Coordinator, Southeastern Louisiana University


Honors & Awards

- Outstanding Doctorate Student LSUMC
- Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities
- Sigma Theta Tau, International Nursing Honor Society
- Student Scholar in Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke AHA
- Medical Delegate for Cardiovascular Services to China People to People International Delegation


Professional Affiliations

- Association of Clinical Research Professionals
- Preventative Cardiovascular Nurses' Association
- Sigma Theta Tau, International Nursing Society, Rho Zeta Chapter

- Louisiana Association of Nurse Practitioners
- Ochsner System Nursing Research Council

Areas of Research Interest

- Health Promotion
- Medication Adherence
- Cardiovascular Populations
- Evidence Based Practice
- Cellular Therapies

Selected Publications & Presentations

- Allers, C., Jones, J., Lasala, G. P. and Minguell, J. J. (2014).  Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy for the Treatment of Amyothrophic Lateral Sclerosis:  Signals for Hope? Regenerative Medicine, 9 (5),      635-647.

- Minguell, J. J., Allers, C., Jones, J. and Ganji, S. S. (2013) Allogeneic Mesenchymal Stem Cells    Infustion to an ALS Patient Proved to be Safe and Capable to Initiate Clinical Recuperation. Cell R4,    1 (3): c530.

- Jones, J. (2000). Performance improvement through clinical research utilization: The linkage model. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 15 (1), 49 - 54.

Selected Funded Projects and Research

- The Effect of a Health Promotion Program on the Self-efficacy, Health Behaviors, and Blood Pressure in an Adult Hypertensive Population, AHA. 2001.

Research Review

- Clinical Trials utilizing adult stem cells for cardiovascular and neurological conditions (2004 -          2011).
- Dissertation: The Effect of a Health Promotion Program on the Self-efficacy, Health Behaviors, and    Blood Pressure in an Adult Hypertensive Population (2004).
- Thesis: Quantitative Analysis of Cardiovascular Nursing Practice Research (1986).