Corrine Jones started her career as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in 1981 (equivalent to the Certificate IV in Nursing). She went on to receive a Diploma in Nursing, graduating with distinction from Kwantlen College in Surrey, Canada.

In 1997 she graduated from the University of Lethbridge with a Bachelor of Nursing. She received a transfer scholarship, a bursary from the Registered Nurses Associaton of British Columbia (RNABC) and the Frank & Lila Thompson Scholarship for Studies in Nursing. In addition, her university poster project was presented at a women's conference in Halifax, Canada.

After immigrating to Australia in 2001, she became passionate about decreasing the theory/practice gap in the Certificate IV in Nursing Program. This led to successful completion of a Master in Educational Leadership from Victoria University in 2008 and a current doctoral research candidature: A Kaleidoscope Journey: Integrated Andragogies in the Diploma of Nursing Program Quantum Learning System and Campbellteaching. The two units involved in the research study are Confirm Physical Health Status and Analyse Health.

Conference presentations

  • Invited to speak on Anaphylaxis Management at the 2009 Kitchen Assistants Conference

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