Jones has more than a quarter-century of experience, including the City & Guilds 730 (Teaching & Assessing). He has advised on many aspects of emergency care, including paramedic training, expert nursing practice and emergency community care, on a national level.
From 1994-97, Jones was the honorary consultant nurse advisor on accident & emergency nursing to the Chief Nursing Officer at the British Department of Health (DoH). Jones owns and operates his own medical care company, Health Care Training & Development Services Ltd.
Some of his key publications include:
Learning to care in the A&E department (1986), Hodder & Stoughton, London <!--ISBN#-->
Accident & emergency nursing: A structured approach (1990), Faber & Faber, London <!--ISBN#-->
Emergency Nursing Care: Principles and Practice (2003; co-editor, along with Ruth Endacott and Robert Crouch), Greenwich Medical Media, London (ISBN 18411-0081-1/ISBN 978-18411-0081-4).