Holly Jones

Holly Janell Jones

Dr.

Procter Hall

232

College of Nursing - 0038

mailing
P.O. Box 210038
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221

Professional Summary



Dr. Jones' research interests include: Perceived Stress, Women's Health, Midlife Women's Issues, Stress-Reduction, Aging, Symptom Experience, and Long-Term Health Outcomes. Her research uses mixed-methods to understand the unique stressors affecting midlife women and the effects of chronic stress on long-term health outcomes and aging. Dr. Jones is interested in the clinical expression of stress as demonstrated by physiological and genomic biomarkers and symptom experience. 
Her clinical experience, expertise, and interests include: Primary Care, Health Promotion, Community Health, and Vulnerable Populations. Dr. Jones graduated with her Bachelor's degree in nursing in 1991 and her Family Nurse Practitioner certification in 2000. Throughout her career she has been focused on providing quality healthcare in a variety of patient settings. She feels very fortunate to have an opportunity to combine her research and clinical interests ain her role at the University of Cincinnati. 

Education

Ph.D. , University of California San Francisco San Francisco, CA, 2015 (Perceived Stress Women's Health Aging Biomarkers Preventive Health )

MASTERS OF SCIENCE IN NURSING, UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO SAN DIEGO, CA , 2000

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH , 1991

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Jones, H., Janson, S., & Lee, K. (2017. )Leukocyte Telomere Length in Postmenopausal Women.The Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, ,

Jones, H.J., Huang, A., Subak, L.L., & Lee, K.A. (2016. )‘Bladder Symptoms in the Early Menopause Transition’. .Journal of Women's Health, ,

Jones, H.J., Sternberg, R.M., Janson, S., & Lee, K.A (2016. ) A Qualitative Understanding of Midlife Sources of Stress and Support in African American Women; Feeling the need to Fix Everything Everything .the Journal of the National Black Nurses Association, ,

Presentations

Invited Presentations

Jones, H.J (04-20-2015. )‘Sleep Disturbance Due to Urinary Frequency in Midlife Women’ .Western Institute of Nursing,

Jones, H.J (12-20-2015. )‘Nursing Careers Paths and Opportunities’ .Canada College, Redwood City.

Jones, H.J (11-20-2013. )‘Stress and Symptom Experience Prior to the Onset of Menopause’ .SDBNA CEU presentation,

Jones, H.J (08-20-2013. )‘Stress and Symptom Experience Prior to the Onset of Menopause’ .NBNA Women’s Health Institute.

Jones, H.J (04-20-2013. )‘Health Promotion & Prevention in the Elderly’ .San Francisco State University.

Poster Presentations

Jones, H.J (07-20-2015. )(In Press. )‘Factors Associated With Sleep Disturbance in Midlife Women’ .Sigma Theta Tau International Conference, Professional Meeting. .Level:National

Jones, H.J (05-20-2015. )‘Perceived Stress and Symptom Experience in Pre- and Post-Menopausal Women’ .UCSF State of the Science on Symptoms Management , Level:National

Jones, H.J (05-20-2013. )‘Stress and Symptom Experience Prior to the Onset of Menopause’ .UCSF Poster Palooza,

Jones, H.J (10-20-2012. )‘Stress and Symptom Experience Prior to the Onset of Menopause’ .UCSF Health Disparities Research Symposium,

Jones, H.J (2015. )Nursing Career Paths and Education Requirements .NCNW Annual STEM Workshop,

Jones, H. J. & Lee, K. A. (10-13-2015. )The Effects of Bio-Psycho-Social Stressors on Telomere Length in Post-Menopause .NINR 30th Anniversary Scientific Symposium, Bethesda, MA. .Level:National

Jones, H., Norwood, C. & Bankston, K. (BAD DATE. ) In Search of a Stress-Reducing Intervention for Midlife Black Women .Congress of Womens Health, Washington , D.C.. .Level:National

Honors and Awards

2012 -2014 National Black Nurses Association scholarship recipient

2014 UCSF Century Club Research Award

2011 -2014 Symptoms Management NIH T32 Fellowship, UCSF

2014 Caring Hearts Medical Foundation Board member

2013 Graduate Division Earle C. Anthony Travel Award

2011 10-year service award –Caring Hearts Medical Foundation

2017 -2019 NIH sponsored PRIDE extern Summer intensive training in Cardiovascular Genetics & Epidemiology. NIH, PRIDE program Status:Recipient Level:National

Positions and Work Experience

06-20-2014 -08-20-2015 Certified Nurse Practitioner – Family Practice, • Provide primary care and preventive care services for acute and chronic conditions. • Responsible for ordering, reviewing, and following up on all pertinent diagnostic tests and results. , Family Health Centers of San Diego , San Diego

09-20-2012 -03-20-2014 Certified Nurse Practitioner- Department of Anesthesia, • Perform pre-operative examination and obtain relevant history for pre-operative patients. • Consult and collaborate with members of the health care team in an effort to ensure patient safety during the perioperative period. • Educate patients about anesthesia, options, and risks. , UCSD Medical Center, Hillcrest, CA, Hillcrest, CA

07-20-2006 -09-20-2012 Certified Nurse Practitioner- Department of General Surgery, • Assist in management of hospitalized post-surgical patients • Provide post –operative out-patient follow up for appropriate patients. • Facilitate clinic flow for attending physicians. • Perform First Assistant duties in O.R. • Facilitate maintenance of surgical resident’s 80-hour work-week , UCSD Thornton Hospital, La Jolla, CA, La Jolla, CA

01-20-2006 -07-20-2006 Certified Nurse Practitioner- Internal Medicine, • Provide primary care and preventive care services. • Responsible for ordering, reviewing, and following up on all pertinent diagnostic tests and results. • Patient counseling, education, and referrals 1/2006-7/2006 and 11/ 2001-4/2005, Caring Hearts Medical Clinic, Chula Vista, CA, Chula Vista, CA

04-20-2005 -01-20-2006 Nurse Practitioner- Internal Medicine/ Occupational Medicine, • Provided management of occupational injuries. • Familiar with workman’s compensation regulations and paperwork. • Provided primary/ preventive care with an emphasis in Internal Medicine. , Scripps Clinic- Torrey Pines, La Jolla, CA , La Jolla, CA

2000 -2002 Certified Nurse Practitioner- Adult and Geriatric Care, • Provided primary care services for adult and geriatric patients through routine follow up and urgent visits. • Maintained continuity of care through appropriate follow up, referrals, and consultations. • Provided acute care via consultation, patient triage, and in-home visitation , Mobile Doctor, San Marcos, CA , San Marcos, CA

1996 -2001 STAFF RN, MEDICAL-SURGICAL UNITS, • Provided conscious sedation, post-procedure care and screenings for Interventional Radiology procedures and diagnostic tests. , SCRIPPS HOSPITAL NURSING REGISTRY, SAN DIEGO, CA , SAN DIEGO, CA

1994 -1996 Nurse Clinician, STD clinic, • Provided acute care management, diagnosis, and treatment to male and female patients presenting for STD screening. • Assisted in the clinical training of students and consultation to outside health care providers and disease intervention specialists. , Cincinnati Health Department, Cincinnati, OH, Cincinnati, OH

1993 -1994 Public Health Nurse II , • Assisted physicians with routine care and minor surgical procedures. • Provided patient guidance, counseling, and education. • Conducted lead poisoning follow-up, newborn screenings and vaccination management. , Cincinnati Health Department, Cincinnati, OH, Cincinnati, OH

1991 -1995 Registered Nurse, Medical-Surgical Float Pool, • Worked within all medical-surgical units, providing relevant patient care and education. • Supervised LVN patient load and directed patient care. , University Hospital/ Holmes Hospital, Cincinnati, OH, Cincinnati, OH

08-20-2015 - Assistant Professor, Assume all duties required of a tenured tract professor including, but not limited to, research, course development and instruction, student instruction and mentoring, inter-professional collaboration, service, and professional practice., University of Cincinnati College of Nursing, Cincnnati, OH

Research and Practice Interests

My research interests include: Perceived Stress, Women's Health, Midlife Women's Issues, Stress-Reduction, Aging, Symptom Experience, and Long-Term Health Outcomes. My research uses mixed-methods to understand the unique stressors affecting midlife women and the effects of chronic stress on long-term health outcomes and aging. I am interested in the clinical expression of stress as demonstrated by physiological and genomic biomarkers and symptom experience. 

My clinical experience, expertise, and interests include: Primary Care, Health Promotion, Community Health, and Vulnerable Populations.

Professional Affiliation

American Association of Nurse Practitioners PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

Sigma Theta Tau (Zeta Mu & Alpha Eta chapters) PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

National Black Nurses Association (San Diego chapter) PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

Western Institute of Nursing PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

Disaster Medical Assist Team (DMAT) PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

American Nurses Association PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

Faculty Development Activities

07-20-2015 ‘Symptom Management Strategies with Tai Chi for Stroke Rehabilitation’ Moderator: ‘Symptom Management Strategies with Tai Chi for Stroke Rehabilitation’, Sigma Theta Tau International Conference Type:Other

2013 UCSF Symptoms Research Proseminar N223B Teaching Assistant ,

2013 Research Award Reviewer, UCSF Alpha Eta chapter of Sigma Theta Tau

2012 Research Resident: COPD Nursing Intervention/Advance Practice Training Research Resident: COPD Nursing Intervention/Advance Practice Training, Dr. Susan Janson, UCSF

2012 Student Representative Student Representative, UCSF Research Committee

BAD DATE -BAD DATE Preceptor Served as preceptor for Nursing Education student, UC College of Nursing Type:Other

Preferred Information

Dr., Jones, Holly PhD, RN, CFNP,

Contact Information

Phone: 513-558-5285
Fax: 513-558-5880

Academic - mailing
P.O. Box 210038
Ohio, 45221
joneshj@ucmail.uc.edu