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Ms Teresa Jones

Ms Teresa Jones
Honorary Research Fellow

Mary Seacole 2nd Floor

Summary

Qualifications: BSc (Biochemistry), MSc (Information Science)

Teresa has developed a particular interest in bibliometric techniques and research evaluation. Her work has predominantly formed part of the methodological development theme within the “Analysis of ‘Payback’ from Research” project.

She initially took up a NHS Research Fellowship at HERG to examine the outputs from research with some element of NHS funding.

She has spent much of her time working on a project funded by the MRC Methodology Programme investigating the categorisation of citations across many generations of citing papers to trace the wider impacts of research. This involved the development of a new methodology which was applied to research in the area of psychiatry and neuroscience.

In addition she was part of the team examining the available evidence on engagement of research and improved performance in healthcare organisations.

Teresa was part of the team examining the wider impacts of research funded by the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) in Australia. This work involved the use of the ‘Payback Framework’ that had been previously developed at HERG and has been widely used internationally to evaluate the wider impacts of research.

Other research projects that Teresa has been part of include the HTA funded systematic review examining the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of drug treatments for neuropathic pain associated with post-herpetic neuralgia and diabetic neuropathy.

At present Teresa is part of the large multinational team involved in the EQUIPT project that is being led by HERG. Teresa is also a member of the See-Impact team focusing on stakeholder engagement in promoting the impact of research through a prospective analysis of the EQUIPT project.

Newest selected publications

Jones, TH. and Hanney, S. (2016) 'Tracing the indirect societal impacts of biomedical research: development and piloting of a technique based on citations'. Scientometrics: an international journal for all quantitative aspects of the science of science, communication in science and science policy, 107 (3). pp. 975 - 1003. ISSN: 1588-2861 Open Access Link

Journal article

Voko, Z., Cheung, KL., Józwiak-Hagymásy, J., Wolfenstetter, S., Jones, T., Munoz, C., et al. (2016) 'Similarities and differences between stakeholders' opinions on using Health Technology Assessment (HTA) information across five European countries: results from the EQUIPT survey'. Health Research Policy and Systems, 14 (1). pp. 38. ISSN: 1478-4505 Open Access Link

Journal article

Hanney, S., Soper, B., Jones, TH. and Boaz, A. (2015) 'Benefits from clinicians and healthcare organisations engaging in research'. BMJ, 351. pp. H6931 - H6931. ISSN: 1756-1833 Open Access Link

Journal article

Boaz, A., Hanney, S., Jones, TH. and Soper, B. (2015) 'Does the engagement of clinicians and organisations in research improve healthcare performance: a three-stage review'. BMJ Open, 5 (12). pp. e009415 - e009415. ISSN: 2044-6055 Open Access Link

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Cheung, KL., Evers, SMAA., Hiligsmann, M., Voko, K., Pokhrel, S., Jones, T., et al. (2015) 'Understanding the stakeholders’ intention to use economic decision-support tools: A cross-sectional study with the Tobacco Return on Investment tool'. Health Policy, 120 (1). pp. 46 - 54. ISSN: 1872-6054 Open Access Link

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