Dr. Jones' research program has focused primarily on the quality of life and psychosocial issues of individuals and families facing cancer. Her most recent scholarly and professional activities have clustered around the following platforms:
Jennifer M Jones
- Translational research to inform clinical survivorship careThis platform specifically focuses on examining new approaches to predict, prevent and manage long-term adverse effects of cancer and its treatment and evaluating innovative models of follow-up care and support. This includes: i) Assessment of the prevalence and impact of long-term and late physical and psychosocial effects of cancer and its treatment; ii) Development and evaluation of sustainable and cost-effective psychosocial and self-management interventions for patients and their families and innovative models of care; 3) Integration of evidence into daily clinical practice through the development of integrated KT models and education.
- Fostering innovative health professional and continuing education that is designed to transform the patient experienceThis area of research has included the development and formal evaluation of multidisciplinary training programs in psychosocial oncology and palliative care, patient education, and cancer survivorship care.
Similarly Torn, Differentially Shorn? The Experience and Management of Conflict between Multiple Roles, Relationships, and Social Categories.
Front Psychol. 2017;8:1732
Smartphone-Enabled Health Coaching Intervention (iMOVE) to Promote Long-Term Maintenance of Physical Activity in Breast Cancer Survivors: Protocol for a Feasibility Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial.
JMIR Res Protoc. 2017 Aug 24;6(8):e165
Thyroid. 2017 Aug 14;:
Protocol for the MATCH study: Mindfulness and Tai Chi for cancer health a preference-based multi-site randomized comparative effectiveness trial (CET) of Mindfulness-Based Cancer Recovery (MBCR) vs. Tai Chi/Qigong (TCQ) for cancer survivors.
Contemp Clin Trials. 2017 May 30;:
Eur Urol. 2017 May 08;:
Elimination of second-hand smoke (SHS) exposure after a lung or head and neck (HN) cancer diagnosis and subsequent patient smoking cessation.
J Clin Oncol. 2016 Jan 20;34(3_suppl):183
J Clin Oncol. 2016 Jan 20;34(3_suppl):120
Curr Oncol. 2016 Dec;23(6):e546-e555
Development and preliminary evaluation of a rehabilitation consult for survivors of head and neck cancer: an intervention mapping protocol.
Implement Sci. 2015;10:6
Senior Scientist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Director, Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship Program, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry (primary) and Dalla Lana School of Public Health (cross-appointment), University of Toronto
Co-Lead, Canadian Cancer Survivorship Research Consortium (www.ccsrc.ca)