Staff Directory

Professor Sandra Jones Name: Professor Sandra Jones
Pro Vice-Chancellor, Engagement
Organisational Area
Pro Vice Chancellor Engagement
Department
Pro Vice Chancellor Engagement
Location
Melbourne
Building 462 - 340 Albert Street (340 Albert Street, East Melbourne VIC 3002)-Level 2-Room 462.2.06
Contact Officer
Ms Lisa Lavey
National Operations Manager
Phone
+613 9230 8113
Biographical Information

Professor Sandra Jones is the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Engagement at ACU. Her role provides leadership, advice and support for ACU's community engagement strategy, including strategic frameworks that implement the new measurement of research engagement and impact.  

Prior to her current appointment Sandra was the Director of ACU's Centre for Health and Social Research (CHaSR), a research centre focused on social marketing and community-based research.

Sandra joined ACU in 2014 after more than a decade as the Founding Director of Australia's largest social marketing research group at the University of Wollongong. Her research career focused on the development and delivery of community-based interventions, in partnership with health services and NGOs, to improve the uptake of health promoting and risk-reducing behaviours.

Sandra is passionate about education. She has supervised more than 20 PhD students and more than 25 Masters and Honours students. She also has a long history of teaching at the undergraduate and postgraduate level, as well as mentoring tertiary and secondary school students.

Sandra's career research funding exceeds $12 million and she has published more than 180 refereed journal articles, 11 book chapters, and numerous policy-related monographs and reports. She is also a member of a range of policy and advocacy committees and professional organisations in Australia and overseas.

Publications

Book chapters

  1. Garner A, Harwood V & Jones SC (2016) Discourses of autism on film: An analysis of memorable images that create definition. The Palgrave Handbook of Adult Mental Health. In O&rsquoReilly M & Lester JN. Palgrave Macmillan, pp151-166

  2. Jones SC, Iverson D, Sutherland M, Puplick C, Waters L & Berends L (2015) Preparation without panic: A comprehensive social marketing approach to planning for a potential pandemic. In Wymer W (Ed) Innovations in Social Marketing and Public Health Communication: Improving the Quality of Life for Individuals and Communities. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, pp 227-247.

  3. Jones SC & Eagleton K (2015) Does context matter?  Australian consumers&rsquo attitudes to the use of messages and appeals in commercial and social marketing advertising. In Wymer W (Ed) Innovations in Social Marketing and Public Health Communication: Improving the Quality of Life for Individuals and Communities. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, pp 67-86.

  4. Jones SC (2014) Packaged alcohol promotions &ndash the need for effective regulation. In Manton E, Room R, Giorgi C & Thorn M (Eds.) Stemming the tide of alcohol: liquor licensing and the public interest. Canberra: Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education in collaboration with the University of Melbourne, pp. 137-148.

  5. Miller P, Pennay A, Droste N, Jenkinson R, Quinn B, Chikritzhs T, Tomsen S, Wadds P, Jones SC, Palmer D, Barrie L, Lam T, Gilmore W & Lubman DI (2014) Patron offending and intoxication in night-time entertainment districts (POINTED). In Manton E, Room R, Giorgi C & Thorn M (Eds.) Stemming the tide of alcohol: liquor licensing and the public interest. Canberra: Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education in collaboration with the University of Melbourne, pp. 211-223.

  6. Jones SC, Johnson K, Telenta J, Thom JA, Williams M, Iverson D & Caputi P (2013) Don&rsquot let the sun get under your skin: Targeting adolescent sun protection with a novel social marketing campaign (Case Study). In: Hastings G & Domegan C (Eds) Social Marketing: From Tunes to Symphonies. Routledge pp. 304-310.

  7. Jones SC, Phillipson L, Larsen-Truong K & Barrie LR (2013) Cold and Flu Affect More than You:  A social marketing campaign targeting influenza transmission on a university campus (Case Study). In: Hastings G & Domegan C (Eds) Social Marketing: From Tunes to Symphonies. Routledge pp. 401-408.

  8. Jones SC, Iverson D, Waters L, Sutherland M, Gold J & Puplick C (2012) How quickly did bird flu go off the public radar? Results of a follow-up CATI survey of Australian adults. In Taylor KM & O&rsquoConnor B (Eds) Avian Influenza: Molecular Evolution, Outbreaks and Prevention/Control. Nova Publishers.

  9. Jones SC (2011) Social marketing&rsquos response to the alcohol problem: Who&rsquos conducting the orchestra? In The SAGE Handbook on Social Marketing Hastings G, Angus K & Bryant C (Eds) Sage: London pp 322-328.

  10. Dreyfus SJ & Jones SC (2010) Constructing Sports Stars: Appliable Linguistics and the Language of the Media. In Appliable Linguistics Mahboob A & Knight NK (Eds.): Continuum International Publishing Group: London pp 253-270.

  11. Jones SC & Hall D (2007) Be Well, Know Your BGL: Diabetes Australia's diabetes awareness campaign. In Social Marketing: Why should the Devil have all the best tunes? Hastings G (Eds.) Elsevier /Butterworth-Heinemann: Oxford pp 322-328.

Refereed journal articles

  1. Smith O & Jones SC (in press) &lsquoComing out&rsquo with Autism: Identity in People with an Asperger&rsquos Diagnosis after DSM-5. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (accepted 04/11/19).
  2. Gordon C, Jones SC, Taylor M, McInerney M & Wegener J (Epub ahead of print) An Australian study on the benefits of Pastoral Care to aged care residents in Christian affiliated homes. Health and Social Care in the Community. doi: 10.1111/hsc.12868
  3. Gordon CS, Jones SC, Kervin LK & Howard SJ (2018) 'You could get sick, disgusting': An analysis of alcohol counter-advertisements created by children. Health Education Research, 33(5), pp. 337-350
  4. Gordon C & Jones SC (2018) &ldquoI see so much in them&rdquo: Australian Chaplains telling an alternative narrative of adolescents in the justice system. Health & Social Care in the Community 26(4), e505-e513
  5.  Jones SC, Andrews K, Francis K & Akram M (2018) When are they old enough to drink? Outcomes of an Australian social marketing intervention targeting alcohol initiation. Drug & Alcohol Review 37(S1), S375-S383 doi: 10.1111/dar.12653  
  6. Burns P, Jones SC, Caputi P & Iverson D (2018) Are older Australians with chronic diseases online? Health Promotion Journal of Australia 29(1), 72-18 doi: 10.1002/hpja.5
  7. Gordon C, Howard S, Kervin L & Jones SC (2018) Gender effects in a multischool alcohol media literacy study with preadolescents. Health Education and Behavior 45(3) 311&ndash314 doi: 10.1177/109019811773160
  8. Atkinson J-A, Knowles D, Wiggers J, Livingston M, Room R, Prodan A, McDonnell G, O&rsquoDonnell E, Jones SC, Haber PS, Muscatello D, EzardN , Phung N, Freebairn L, Indig D, Rychetnik L, Ananthapavan J, Wutzke S, On Behalf of The Alcohol Modelling Consortium (2018) Harnessing advances in computer simulation to inform policy and planning to reduce alcohol-related harms, International Journal of Public Health 63(4), 537-546.
  9. Francis KL, Polonsky MJ, Jones SC & Renzaho AMN (2017) The effects of a culturally-tailored campaign to increase blood donation knowledge, attitudes and intentions among African migrants in two Australian States: Victoria and South Australia. PLoS One 12 (11): e0188765
  10. Jones SC, Francis K & Gordon C (2018) &ldquoIt&rsquos like a drink you&rsquod have before you go to a party&rdquo Analysis of a Vodka Cruiser advertising campaign. Drug & Alcohol Review 37(1), 36-41.
  11. Jones SC & Gordon C (2017) A systematic review of children's alcohol-related knowledge, attitudes and expectancies. Preventive Medicine 105, 19-31.
  12. Jones SC, Hall S & Kypri K (2017) Should I drink responsibly, safely or properly? Confusing messages about reducing alcohol-related harm. PLoS ONE 12(9),e0184705
  13. Harwood V, Jones SC, Bonney A & McMahon S (2017) Heroic struggles, criminals and scientific breakthroughs: ADHD and the medicalisation of child behaviour in Australian newsprint media 1999-2009. Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Wellbeing 12 (S1), doi: 10.1080/17482631.2017.1298262
  14. Biagioni N, Pettigrew S, Jones SC, Stafford J, Daube M & Chikritzhs T (2017) Defining binge drinking: young drinkers' perceptions of risky alcohol consumption. Public Health 152, 55-57.
  15. Trawley S, Jones SC & Bhullar N (2017) How preferences for volume-based promotions differ between at-risk and non-problem female drinkers. International Journal of Drug Policy 45, 42-45.
  16. Jones SC, Pettigrew S, Biagioni N, Daube M, Chikritzhs T, Stafford J, Tran J (2017) Young adults, alcohol and Facebook: A synergistic relationship. Journal of Social Marketing 7(2), 172-187.
  17. Gordon C, Howard S, Kervin L & Jones SC (2017) Qualitative Process evaluation of an Australian alcohol media literacy study: Recommendations for designing culturally responsive school-based programs. BMC Public Health 17: 155
  18. Coomber K, Jones SC, Martino F & Miller P (2017) Predictors of awareness of standard drink labelling and drinking guidelines to reduce negative health effects among Australian drinkers. Drug and Alcohol Review 36(2), 200-209.
  19. Jones SC, Francis K & Andrews K (2017) Combining social norms and social marketing to address underage drinking: Development and process evaluation of a whole-of-community intervention. PLoS ONE 12(1): e0169872
  20. Jones SC, Wyatt A & Daube M (2016) Smokescreens and beer goggles: How alcohol industry CSM protects the industry. Social Marketing Quarterly 22(4) 264-279.
  21. Gordon C, Howard SJ, Jones SC & Kervin LK (2016) Evaluation of an Australian alcohol media literacy program.?Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 77(6), 950-957.
  22. Jones SC, Gordon C, Andrews K (2016) What is &lsquobinge drinking&rsquo?  Perceptions of Australian adolescents and adults, and implications for mass media campaigns. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health 40(5), 487-489.
  23. Jones SC (2016) Parental provision of alcohol: A TPB-framed review of the literature. Health Promotion International 31(3), 562-571.
  24. Cridland E, Jones SC, Stoyles G, Caputi P, & Magee C (2016) Families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Roles and responsibilities of adolescent sisters. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities 31(3), 196-207.
  25. Jones SC, Andrews K, Berry N (2016) Lost in translation: A focus group study of parents' and adolescents' interpretations of underage drinking and parental supply. BMC Public Health 16(1):561.
  26. Jones SC, Robinson L, Barrie L, Francis K, Lee J-K (2016) Association between young Australian&rsquos drinking behaviours and their interactions with alcohol brands on Facebook: Results of an online survey Alcohol and Alcoholism 51(4) 474&ndash480.
  27. Jones SC, Andrews K & Caputi P (2016) Alcohol-branded merchandise: Association with Australian adolescents&rsquo drinking and parent attitudes. Health Promotion International 31(2), 314-324.
  28. Gordon C, Jones SC, Kervin L, Lee JK (2016) Empowering students to respond to alcohol advertisements: Results from a pilot study of an Australian media literacy intervention. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 40(3), 231&ndash232.
  29. Pettigrew S, Biagioni N, Daube M, Stafford J, Jones SC, Chikritzhs T (2016) Reverse engineering a &lsquoresponsible drinking&rsquo campaign to assess strategic intent. Addiction 111(6), 1107&ndash1113.
  30. Jones SC (2016) Alcohol-branded merchandise ownership and drinking. Pediatrics 137(5), e20153970
  31. Berends L, Jones SC & Andrews K (2016) Adolescent drinking, social identity, and parenting for safety: Perspectives from Australian adolescents and parents. Health and Place, 38, 22-29.
  32. Cridland EK, Caputi P, Walker BM, Jones SC & Magee CA (2016) A Personal Constructivist Approach for investigating the patterns of dependency of adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Case study of two families. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 29(1), 30-50.
  33. Dunlop S, Freeman B & Jones SC (2016) Marketing to youth in the digital age: The promotion of unhealthy products and health promoting behaviours on social media. Media and Communication 4(3), 35-49
  34. Pettigrew S, Biagioni N, Jones SC, Stafford J, Chikritzhs T & Daube M (2016) Factors influencing young adults' use of alcohol mixed with energy drinks. Appetite, 96, 408-415.
  35. Barnett S, Jones SC, Bennett S, Iverson D & Robinson L (2016) A Virtual Community of Practice for General Practice Training: A Preimplementation Survey. JMIR Medical Education 2(2), e13.
  36. Jones SC & Francis K (2015) Supply of alcohol to underage drinkers: Misperceptions of community norms. Social Science & Medicine, 147, 158-162.
  37. Bonney A, Phillipson L, Jones SC, Hall J & Sharma R (2015) The brave new world of older patients: preparing general practice training for an ageing population. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 16(6), 578-88.
  38. Marshall AD, Micallef M, Erratt A, Telenta J, Jones SC, Bath N, Treloar C, How-Chow D, Byrne J, Harvey P, Dunlop A, Jauncey M, Read P, Collie T, Dore GJ, Grebely J (2015) Liver disease knowledge and acceptability of non-invasive liver fibrosis assessment among people who inject drugs in the drug and alcohol setting: the LiveRLife Study. International Journal of Drug Policy 26(10), 984-991.
  39. Pettigrew S, Biagioni N, Jones SC, Daube M, Kirby G, Stafford J & Chikritzhs T (2015) Sales promotion strategies and youth drinking in Australia. Social Science and Medicine 141, 115-122.
  40. Pettigrew S, Biagioni N, Daube M, Jones SC, Chikritzhs T & Kirby G, (2015) Understanding and addressing the Schoolies phenomenon. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health 39(2), 135-40.
  41. Cridland E, Caputi P, Jones SC & Magee C (2015) The perceptions and experiences of adolescent boys with autism spectrum disorder: A personal construct psychology perspective. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 40(4), 354-367.
  42. Cridland E, Jones SC, Caputi P & Magee C (2015) Qualitative research with families living with autism spectrum disorders: Recommendations for conducting semi-structured interviews. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 40(1), 78-91.
  43. Hindmarsh, CS, Jones SC, Kervin L (2015) Effectiveness of alcohol media literacy programmes: a systematic literature review. Health Education Research 30(3), 449-465.
  44. Gordon R, Jones SC, Barrie L & Gilchrist H (2015) Use of Brand Community Markers to Engage Existing Lifestyle Consumption Communities and Some Ethical Concerns. Journal of Macromarketing 35(4), 419-434.
  45. Garner A, Jones SC & Harwood V (2015) Authentic representations or stereotyped &lsquooutliers&rsquo: using the CARS2 to assess film portrayals of Autism Spectrum Disorders. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health 8(4), 414-425.
  46. Jones SC, Magee C & Andrews K (2015) I think other parents might: Using a projective technique to explore parental supply of alcohol, Drug and Alcohol Review 34(5), 531-539.
  47. Jones SC, Gregory P, Barrie L, Allsop S & Chikritzhs T (2015) The influence of Point-of-Sale (POS) promotions on bottle shop purchases of young adults. Drug and Alcohol Review 34(2), 170-176
  48. Phillipson L, Magee C, Jones SC (2015) Dementia attitudes and help-seeking intentions: An investigation of responses to two scenarios of an experience of the early signs of dementia. Aging and Mental Health 9(11), 968-77.
  49. Pennay A, Miller P, Busija L, Jenkinson R, Droste N, Quinn B, Jones SC & Lubman DI (2015) &lsquoWide Awake Drunkenness&rsquo? Investigating the association between alcohol intoxication and stimulant use in the night-time economy, Addiction 110(2), 356-365.
  50. Gho S, Steele J, Jones SC & Munro B (2014) Perceived exercise barriers explain exercise participation in Australian women treated for breast cancer better than perceived exercise benefits. Physical Therapy Journal, 94 (12):1765-1774.
  51. Jones SC (2014) Using social marketing to create communities for our children and adolescents that do not model and encourage drinking. Health and Place, 30, 260-269.
  52. Howard S, Gordon G & Jones SC (2014) Australian Alcohol Policy 2001-2013 and implications for public health. BMC Public Health 14: 848.
  53. Toumbourou JW, Kypri K, Jones SC & Hickie IB (2014) Should the legal age for alcohol purchase be raised to 21? Medical Journal of Australia 200(10), 568-570.
  54. Andrews KL, Jones SC, Mullan J (2014) Asthma self-management in adults: A review of current literature. Collegian 21(1), 33-41.
  55. Jones SC, Thom JA, Davoren S, Barrie L (2014) Internet filters and entry pages do not protect children from online alcohol marketing. Journal of Public Health Policy 35(1), 75-90.
  56. Cridland E, Caputi P, Jones SC & Magee C (2014) Understanding high functioning autism during adolescence: A personal construct theory approach, Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability 39(1), 108-118.
  57. Jones SC & Magee C (2014) The role of family, friends and peers in Australian adolescent's alcohol consumption. Drug and Alcohol Review 33(3):304-13.
  58. Dooley JA, Jones SC, Iverson D (2014) Using Web 2.0 for Health Promotion and Social Marketing Efforts: Lessons Learned from Web 2.0 Experts. Health Marketing Quarterly 31(2), 178-196.
  59. Bonney A, Jones SC, Iverson D & Magee C (2014) Trust, continuity and agency: Keys to understanding older patients' attitudes to general practice trainees. Education for Health: Change in Learning and Practice 27(1), 39-46
  60. Phillipson L, Jones SC, Magee C (2014) A review of the factors associated with the non-use of respite services by caregivers of people with dementia. Implications for policy and practice. Health & Social Care in the Community 22(1), 1-12.
  61. Gho S, Munro B, Jones SC & Steele J (2014) Exercise bra discomfort is associated with insufficient exercise levels among Australian women treated for breast cancer, Supportive Care in Cancer 22(3), 721-729.
  62. Cridland E, Jones SC, Caputi P & Magee C (2014) Being a girl in a boys' world:  Investigating the Experiences of Girls with Autism Spectrum Disorders during Adolescence, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 44(6), 1261-1274.
  63. Gho S, Munro B, Jones SC & Steele J (2014) Evidence based recommendations for building better bras for women treated for breast cancer. Ergonomics, 57(5), 774-786.
  64. Magee C, Phillipson L, Jones SC & Skladzien E (2014) Correlates of Dementia Attitudes in a sample of middle-aged Australian adults. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 33(3):158-63.
  65. Cridland E, Jones SC, Magee C, Caputi P (2014) Family focused Autism Spectrum Disorder research: A review of the utility of family systems approaches. Autism: International Journal of Research and Practice 18(3), 213-222.
  66. Barnett S, Jones SC, Caton T, Iverson D, Bennett S, Bonney A & Robinson L (2014) Implementing a virtual community of practice for family physician training: A case study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 16(3) e83.
  67. Miller P, Pennary A, Droste N, Butler E, Jenkinson R, Hyder S, Quinn B, Chikritzhs T, Tomsen S, Wadds P, Jones SC, Palmer D, Barrie L, Lam T, Gilmore W & Lubman DI (2014) A comparative study of blood alcohol concentrations in Australian night-time entertainment districts. Drug & Alcohol Review, 33(4), 338-345.
  68. Jones SC & Gordon R (2013) Regulation of alcohol advertising: Policy options for Australia, Evidence Base 2: http://journal.anzsog.edu.au/publications/12/EvidenceBase2013Issue2.pdf  NJ
  69. Barnett S, Jones SC, Bennett SC, Iverson D & Bonney A (2013) Usefulness of a Virtual Community of Practice and Web 2.0 tools for GP Training: experiences and expectations of GP registrars and supervisors, Australian Journal of Primary Health 19(4), 292-296.
  70. Evers U, Jones SC, Iverson D & and Caputi P (2013) 'Get Your Life Back': Process and impact evaluation of an asthma social marketing campaign targeting older adults, BMC Public Health 13:59, doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-13-759.
  71. Lindsay S, Thomas S, Lewis S, Westberg K, Moodie R and Jones S (2013) Eat, drink and gamble: marketing messages about &lsquorisky&rsquo products in an Australian major sporting series. BMC Public Health, 13: 719.
  72. Barnett S, Jones SC, Bennett SC, Iverson D & Bonney A (2013) Perceptions of family physician trainees and trainers regarding the usefulness of a Virtual Community of Practice. Journal of Medical Internet Research 15(5): e92.
  73. Burns, P., Jones, S. C., Iverson, D. & Caputi, P. (2013). Internet self-management reporting uniform framework: the need for uniform reporting criteria when reporting internet interventions. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 31 (11), 554-565.
  74. Phillipson L, Jones SC, Magee C (2013) Why caregivers of people with dementia do not utilise out-of-home respite services. Health & Social Care in the Community 21(4), 411-422.
  75. Andrews K, Jones SC & Mullan J (2013) Stigma:  still an important issue for adults with asthma. Journal of Asthma & Allergy Educators 4(4), 165-171.
  76. Andrews K, Jones SC & Mullan J (2013) Perceptions and practices of adults with asthma: A social cognitive analysis. Journal of Asthma & Allergy Educators 4(2), 49-56.
  77. Burns P, Jones SC, Iverson D, Caputi C (2013) Usability testing of AsthmaWise with older adults. Computers, Informatics, Nursing 31(5), 219-226.
  78. Evers U, Jones SC, Iverson D & Caputi P (2013) The asthma knowledge and perceptions of older Australian adults: Implications for social marketing campaigns. Patient Education and Counseling 91(3), 392-399.
  79. Evers U, Jones SC, Iverson D & Caputi P (2013) Asthma in older adults: the need for asthma health promotion interventions. Journal of Asthma & Allergy Educators 4(4), 183-190.
  80. Burns P, Jones SC, Iverson D, Caputi, P (2013) AsthmaWise-a field of dreams? The results of an online education program targeting older adults with asthma. Journal of Asthma 50(7), 737-744.
  81. Miller P, Pennay A, Jenkinson R, Droste N, Chikritzhs T, Tomsen S, Wadds P, Jones SC, Palmer D, Barrie L & Lubman DI (2013) Patron Offending and Intoxication in Night Time Entertainment Districts (POINTED): A Study Protocol. International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research 2(1), 69-76.
  82. Burns, P., Jones, S. C., Iverson, D. C. & Caputi, P. (2013). Where do older Australians receive their health information? Health information sources and their perceived reliability. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 3 (12), 60-69.
  83. Burns, P., Jones, S. C., Iverson, D. & Caputi, P. (2013). The devil is in the detail: determining the content of an internet intervention for older adults with asthma. Journal of Asthma and Allergy Educators, 4 (6), 316-326.
  84. Gho S, Steele JR, Jones SC, Munro BJ (2013) Self-reported side effects of breast cancer treatment: a cross-sectional study of incidence, associations, and the influence of exercise. Cancer Causes and Control 24(3), 517-528.
  85. Evers U, Jones SC, Iverson D & Caputi P (2013) Promoting asthma awareness to older adults: Formative research for a social marketing campaign. Journal of Asthma & Allergy Educators 4(2), 77-84.
  86. Jones SC, Magee CA (2012) Equal discussion of significant findings? Not confirmation bias, but a focus on the most significant findings. Alcohol and Alcoholism 47(1), 80.
  87. Jones SC, Kervin L, Reis S & Gregory P (2012) What I say isn't always what I do: Investigating differences in children's reported and actual snack food preferences. International Journal of Child Health and Nutrition 1, 28-38.
  88. Dooley JA, Jones SC, Iverson D (2012) Web 2.0: An Assessment of Social Marketing Principles. Journal of Social Marketing 2(3), 207-221.
  89. Barnett SR, Jones SC, Bennett S, Iverson D & Bonney A (2012) General practice training and virtual communities of practice - a review of the literature. BMC Family Practice 13:87
  90. Jones SC & Johnson K (2012) Women&rsquos awareness of cancer symptoms: A review of the literature. Women&rsquos Health 8(5), 579-591.
  91. Jones SC, Barrie L, Robinson L, Allsop S & Chikrizhs T (2012) Point-of-sale alcohol promotions in the Perth and Sydney metropolitan areas. Drug and Alcohol Review 31(6), 803-808.
  92. Berry NJ, Jones SC & Iverson D (2012) It&rsquos not the contents, it&rsquos the container: Australian parents&rsquo awareness and acceptance of infant and young child feeding recommendations. Breastfeeding Review, 20(2), 31-35.
  93. Burns P, Jones SC, Iverson D, Caputi P (2012) Riding the waves or paddling in the shadows? Understanding older Australians&rsquo use of the internet. Health Promotion Journal of Australia 23(2), 145-148.
  94. Bonney, A., Jones, S. C., & Iverson, D. (2012). The older patient, the general practitioner and the trainee: patients'' attitudes and implications for training. Education for Primary Care 23(3), 186-195.
  95. Gilchrist, H., Smith, K.M., Magee, C., Jones, S. C. (2012). A hangover and a one-night stand: alcohol and risky sexual behaviour among female students at an Australian University. Youth Studies Australia 31(2), 35-43.
  96. Phillipson L & Jones SC (2012) Use of Day Centers for Respite by Help-Seeking Caregivers of Individuals with Dementia. Journal of Gerontological Nursing 38(4), 24-34.
  97. Jones, S. C., Gregory, P., & Kervin, L. (2012). Branded food references in Australian children's magazines: 'advertisements' are the tip of the iceberg. Pediatric Obesity 7(3), 220-229.
  98. Berry, N., Jones, S. C., & Iverson, D. (2012). Toddler Milk Advertising in Australia: Infant formula advertising in disguise? Australasian Marketing Journal 20(1), 24-27.
  99. Jones SC & Telenta J (2012) What influences Australian women (not) to drink during pregnancy? Australian Journal of Primary Health 18(1), 68-73.
  100. Kervin L, Jones SC & Mantei J (2012) Online Advertising: Examining the content and messages within websites targeted at children. E-learning and Digital Media 9(1), 69-82. 
  101. Berry N, Jones SC & Iverson D (2012) Circumventing the WHO Code: An observational study. Archives of Disease in Childhood 97(4), 320-325.
  102. Williams M, Jones SC, Caputi P, Iverson D (2012) Australian adolescents' compliance with sun protection behaviours during summer: the importance of the school context. Health Promotion International 27(1), 15-22.
  103. Jones SC & Eagleton K (2012) What do Australian consumers think about current advertising standards? Journal of Public Affairs 12(4), 315-325.
  104. Williams M, Jones SC, Caputi P & Iverson D (2012) Do Australian adolescent female fake tan users practice better sun protection behaviors than non-users? Health Education Journal  71(6), 654-661.
  105. Jones SC, Barrie L & Berry NJ (2012) Why (not) alcohol energy drinks? A qualitative study with Australian university students. Drug & Alcohol Review 31, 281&ndash287.
  106. Jones SC & Reis S (2011) Not just the taste: Why adolescents drink alcopops. Health Education 112(1), 61 - 74
  107. Jones SC, Crookes PA, Johnson KM (2011) Teaching critical appraisal skills for Nursing research. Nurse Education in Practice 11(5), 327-32.
  108. Williams M, Jones SC, Caputi P & Iverson D (2011) Sun Protecting and Sun Exposing Behaviors: Testing Their Relationship Simultaneously with Indicators of Ultraviolet Exposure among Adolescents. Photochemistry and Photobiology 87(5):1179-83
  109. Phillipson L & Jones SC (2011) Residential Respite Care: The Caregivers' last resort. Journal of Gerontological Social Work 54(7), 691-711
  110. Jones SC, Magee C, Barrie L, Iverson D, Gregory P, Hanks E, Nelson A, Nehill C & Zorbas H (2011) Australian women's perceptions of breast cancer risk factors and their own risk of developing breast cancer. Women's Health Issues 21(5), 353-60.
  111. Jones SC & Magee CA (2011) Exposure to alcohol advertising and alcohol consumption among Australian adolescents. Alcohol & Alcoholism 46 (5), 630-637.
  112. Jones SC & Smith K (2011) The effect of Point of Sale Promotions on the alcohol purchasing behaviour of young people in metropolitan, regional and rural Australia. Journal of Youth Studies 14(8), 885-900.
  113. Hall D, Jones SC & Iverson DC (2011) Consumer perceptions of sponsors of disease awareness advertising. Health Education 111(1), 5-19.
  114. Jones SC (2011) &ldquoYou wouldn&rsquot know it had alcohol in it until you read the can&rdquo: Adolescents  and alcohol-energy drinks. Australasian Marketing Journal, 19(3), 189-195.
  115. Berry NJ, Jones SC & Iverson (2011) Relax, you&rsquore soaking in it: Sources of information about infant formula. Breastfeeding Review 19(1), 9-18.
  116. Jones SC & Barrie L (2011) Declining physical activity levels as an unintended consequence of abolishing mandatory campus service fees. Journal of American College Health 59(6), 511-518.
  117. Jones SC & Kervin L (2011) An experimental study on the effects of exposure to magazine advertising on children's food choices. Public Health Nutrition 14(8), 1337-1344. 
  118. Phillipson L & Jones SC (2011) "Between the devil and the deep blue sea": the beliefs of caregivers of people with dementia regarding the use of in-home respite services. Home Health Care Services Quarterly 30(2), 43-62.
  119. Hoek J & Jones SC (2011) Regulation, public health and social marketing: a behaviour change trinity. Journal of Social Marketing, 1(1), 32-44.
  120. Hall DV, Jones SC & Iverson D (2011) Disease awareness advertising &ndash women&rsquos intentions following exposure Australian Family Physician 40(3), 143-147.
  121. Barrie LR, Jones SC & Wiese E (2011) &ldquoAt least I&rsquom not drink-driving&rdquo: Formative research for a social marketing campaign to reduce drug-driving among young drivers. Australasian Marketing Journal 19(1), 71-75.
  122. Jones SC, Iverson D, Burns P, Evers U, Caputi P & Morgan S (2011) Asthma and ageing: an end user's perspective. Clinical & Experimental Allergy 41(4), 471-481.
  123. Gilchrist H, Jones SC & Barrie L (2011) Experiences of emergency department staff:  Alcohol-related and other violence and aggression. Australasian Emergency Nursing Journal 14(1), 9-16.
  124. Jones SC, Telenta J, Johnson K & Shorten A (2011) Midwives and pregnant women talk about alcohol: what advice do we give and what do they receive? Midwifery 27(4):489-496.
  125. Jones SC & Barrie L (2011) RTDs in Australia: expensive designer drinks or cheap rocket fuel? Drug & Alcohol Review 30(1), 4-11.
  126. Jones, S.C., Gregory, P. (2010) Health warning labels on alcohol products &ndash the views of Australian university students, Contemporary Drug Problems 37(1), 109-137.
  127. Jones SC (2010) When does alcohol sponsorship of sport become sport sponsorship of alcohol? International Journal of Sports Marketing & Sponsorship 11(3), 250-261.
  128. Jones SC, Phillipson L & Barrie L (2010) Most men drink&hellipespecially like when they play sports - alcohol advertising during sporting broadcasts and the potential impact on child audiences Journal of Public Affairs 10(1-2), 59-73.
  129. Berry NJ, Jones SC & Iverson D (2010) "It's all formula to me" Mothers' understandings of Toddler Milk Advertisements.  Breastfeeding Review 18(1), 21-30.
  130. Jones SC & Reid A (2010) The use of female sexuality in Australian alcohol advertising: public policy implications of young adults' reactions to stereotypes, Journal of Public Affairs 10(1-2), 19-35.
  131. Hall D, Jones SC& Hoek J (2010) Direct to consumer advertising versus disease awareness advertising: Consumer perspectives from down under. Journal of Public Affairs 11(1), 60-69.
  132. Bonney AD, Jones SC, Phillipson L & Iverson DC (2010) General practice registrars: Attitudes of older patients. Australian Family Physician 39(6), 419-424.
  133. Jones SC, Magee CA, Francis J, Luxford K, Gregory P, Zorbas H & Iverson DC (2010) Australian women's awareness of ovarian cancer symptoms, risk and protective factors, and estimates of own risk. Cancer Causes and Control 21(12), 2231-2239.
  134. Jones SC, Gregory P, Nehill C, Barrie L, Luxford K, Nelson A, Zorbas H & Iverson D (2010) Australian women&rsquos awareness of breast cancer symptoms and responses to potential symptoms, Cancer Causes and Control 21(6), 945-958.
  135. Jones SC, Mannino N & Green J (2010) &ldquoLike me, want me, buy me, eat me&rdquo: Relationship-building  marketing communications in children's magazines, Public Health Nutrition 13, (12), 2111-2118.
  136. Jones SC & Telenta J (2010) Are Australian consumers willing to pay for the installation of reversing cameras in motor vehicles? Health Promotion Journal of Australia 21(1), 70-74.
  137. Jones SC, Waters L, Holland O, Bevins J & Iverson D (2010) Developing pandemic communication strategies: Preparation without panic, Journal of Business Research 63, 126-132.
  138. Robotin MC, Jones SC, Biankin AV, Waters L, Iverson D, Gooden H, Barraclough B & Penman AG (2010) Defining research priorities for pancreatic cancer in Australia: results of a consensus development process, Cancer Causes and Control 21(5), 729-736.
  139. McMahon A, Tapsell LC, Williams P, Motion JM & Jones SC (2010) Food advertisements containing 'scientific' and 'lay-person' keywords: Responses from a sample of female Australian Consumers. Nutrition and Dietetics 61(1), 6-12.
  140. Jones SC, Iverson D & Waters L (2010) &ldquoJust don&rsquot eat chicken&rdquo: The challenge of engaging Australian adults in appropriate preventive behaviours for bird flu, International Journal of Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Marketing 15(1), 78-90.
  141. Jones SC & Reid A (2010) Children's magazines: reading resources or food marketing tools? Public Health Nutrition 13(3), 393-399.
  142. Crookes PA, Reis S & Jones SC (2010) The development of a ranking tool for refereed journals in which nursing and midwifery researchers publish their work, Nurse Education Today 30(5), 420-427.
  143. Bonney AD, Phillipson L, Reis SL, Jones SC & Iverson DC (2009) Patients' attitudes to general practice registrars: a review of the literature. Education for Primary Care 20(5), 371-378.
  144. Bonney A, Phillipson L, Jones SC, Iverson D (2009) Older patients&rsquo attitudes to General Practice Registrars: A qualitative study, Australian Family Physician 38(11), 927-931.
  145. Johnson KM, Jones SC & Iverson D (2009) Guidelines for the development of social marketing programs for adolescents&rsquo and young adults&rsquo sun protection, Public Health, 123 Suppl 1:e6-10.
  146. Dooley JA, Jones SC & Desmarkis K (2009) Strategic social marketing in Canada: Ten phases to planning and implementing cancer prevention and cancer screening social marketing campaigns, Social Marketing Quarterly 15 (3), 33-48.
  147. Andrews KL & Jones SC (2009) "We would have got it by now if we were going to get it..." An analysis of asthma awareness and beliefs in older adults, Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 20(2), 146-50.
  148. Jones SC, Tapsell L, Andrews K, Williams P & Gregory P (2009) Australian consumers&rsquo discernment of different sources of &lsquohealthy eating&rsquo messages, Australasian Marketing Journal 17 (4), 238-246.
  149. Hall D, Jones SC & Iverson DC (2009) Content analysis of disease awareness advertisements in popular Australian women's magazines Medical Journal of Australia 191(11/12), 625-629.
  150. Jones SC, Gregory P & Munro G (2009) Adolescent and young adult perceptions of Australian alcohol advertisements, Journal of Substance Use, 14(6), 335-352.
  151. Jones SC, Reis S & Andrews A (2009) Communication About Organ Donation Intentions: Formative Research for a Social Marketing Program Targeting Families, Social Marketing Quarterly 15(2), 63-73.
  152. Phillipson L, Jones SC & Wiese L (2009) Effective communication only part of the strategy needed to promote the help-seeking of young people with mental health problems, Social Marketing Quarterly 15(2), 50-62.
  153. Jones SC & Gregory P (2009) The impact of more visible standard drink labelling on youth alcohol consumption: Helping young people drink (ir)responsibly? Drug & Alcohol Review, 28, 230-234.
  154. Jones SC & Rossiter JR (2009) Social and Religious Factors in Adolescents&rsquo Drug Use, Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse 18, 85-92.
  155. Jones SC & Harwood V (2009) Representations of autism in Australian print media, Disability and Society, 24(1), 5-18.
  156. Cashmore AW & Jones SC (2008) Growing Up Active: A Qualitative Study into Physical Activity in Long Day Care, Journal of Research in Childhood Education 23, (2), 179-191.
  157. Jones SC, Williams P, Tapsell L & Andrews K (2008) Health claims and food advertising: Comparison of marketing and nutrition experts&rsquo ratings of magazine advertisements, Food Australia 60, (11), 526-533.
  158. Jones SC & Iverson D (2008) What Australians know and believe about bird flu: results of a population telephone survey, Health Promotion Practice 9, (4 Supplement), 73S-82S
  159. Fabrianesi BS, Jones SC & Reid A (2008) Are preadolescent girls&rsquo magazines providing age-appropriate and suitable role models for their readers? Health Education 108, (6), 437-449.
  160. Jones SC, Andrews K, Tapsell L, Williams P & McVie D (2008) The extent and nature of 'health messages' in magazine food advertising in Australia, Asia Pacific Journal Clinical Nutrition 17, 317-24.
  161. Hall DV & Jones SC (2008) Australian consumer responses to DTCA and other pharmaceutical company sponsored advertisements, Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 32(5), 471-478.
  162. Jones SC, Wiese E & Fabrianesi B (2008) Following the Links: Food Advertising and Promotion on Children's Magazine Websites, Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing 20(2), 165-190.
  163. Villanueva EV, Jones SC, Nehill C, Favelle SK, Steel DG, Iverson D & Zorbas H (2008) The 2003 Australian Breast Health Survey: Survey Design and Preliminary Results. BMC Public Health, 8, (13), 1-27.
  164. Jones SC & Van Putten K (2008) An Analysis of Consumer Complaints about Social Marketing Advertisements in Australia and New Zealand. Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing, 20, (1), 97-117.
  165. Jones SC, Hall D & Munro G (2008) How effective is the revised regulatory code for alcohol advertising in Australia?. Drug and Alcohol Review, 27, (1), 29-38.
  166. Jones SC, Hall D & Cowlin F (2008) Newspaper coverage of drug policy: an analysis of pre-election reporting of the Greens' drug policy in Australia. Drug and Alcohol Review, 27, 5-11.
  167. Jones SC & Fabrianesi BS (2008) Gross for kids but good for parents: differing messages in advertisements for the same products. Public Health Nutrition, 11, (6), 588-595.
  168. Hall D & Jones SC (2007) Branding of Prescription Medicines to Australian Consumers. Australasian Marketing Journal, 15, (2), 97-107.
  169. Jones SC & Lynch MJ (2007) Non-advertising alcohol promotions in licensed premises: does the Code of Practice ensure responsible promotion of alcohol?. Drug and Alcohol Review, 26, (5), 477-485.
  170. Jones SC (2007) Implications of behavioral decision theory for health marketing. Marketing Theory, 7, (1), 75-91.
  171. Jones SC (2007) Fast cars, fast food, and fast fixes: industry responses to current ethical dilemmas for Australian advertisers. Journal of Public Affairs, 7, (2), 148-163.
  172. Williams P, Tapsell LC, Jones SC & McConville K (2007) Health claims for food made in Australian magazine advertisements. Nutrition & Dietetics, 64, (4), 234-240.
  173. Noble GI, Stead M, Jones SC, McDermott L & McVie D (2007) The paradoxical food buying behaviour of parents: insights from the UK and Australia. British Food Journal, 109, (5), 387-398.
  174. Jones SC & Lynch MJ (2007) A pilot study investigating of the nature of point-of-sale alcohol promotions in bottle shops in a large Australian regional city. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 31, (4), 318-321.
  175. Humpel N, Magee C & Jones SC (2007) The impact of a cancer diagnosis on the health behaviours of cancer survivors and their family and friends. Supportive Care in Cancer, 15, 621-630.
  176. Jones SC & Owen N (2006) Using fear appeals to promote cancer screening &ndash are we scaring the wrong people? International Journal of NonProfit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 11, 93-103.
  177. Humpel N & Jones SC (2006) Gaining insight into the what, why and where of complementary and alternative medicine use by cancer patients and survivors European Journal of Cancer Care 15, 362-68
  178. Jones SC & Mullan J (2006) Older adults&rsquo perceptions and understanding of DTCA, Journal of Consumer Marketing, 23(1), 6-14.
  179. Jones SC, Rees L, Johnson K & Tang A (2005) Improving sun protection behaviour through evidence-based campaigns Public Health Association of Australia Bulletin Special Edition 'Getting Research into Policy and Practice' (GRIPP) 16(11-12), 189-191.
  180. Jones SC, Carter OBJ, Donovan RJ & Jalleh G (2005) Western Australians&rsquo perceptions of the survivability of different cancers: implications for public education campaigns, Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 16, 124-128.
  181. Humpel N & Jones SC (2005) Development of a comprehensive questionnaire of complementary and alternative medicine use amongst cancer patients and survivors Complementary Health Practice Review, 10(3), 163-174.
  182. Jones SC & Rossiter JR (2004) Believability of Messages about Cannabis, Cocaine and Heroin Health Education, 6(4), 344-350.
  183. Humpel N & Jones SC (2004) &ldquoI don&rsquot really know, so it&rsquos a guess&rdquo: Women&rsquos reasons for breast cancer risk estimation, Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 4, 428-432.
  184. Jones SC (2004) Using the nominal group technique to select the most appropriate topics for postgraduate research students&rsquo seminars, Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 1(1), 20-34.
  185. Donovan RJ, Carter OBJ, Jalleh G & Jones SC (2004) Changes in beliefs about cancer in Western Australia, 1964&ndash2001, Medical Journal of Australia, 181 (1), 23-25.
  186. Jones SC (2004) Coverage of breast cancer in the Australian print media &ndash does advertising and editorial coverage reflect correct social marketing messages? Journal of Health Communication, 9(4), 309-325.
  187. Jones SC & Donovan RJ (2004) Does theory inform practice in health promotion in Australia? Health Education Research, 19(1), 1-14.
  188. Jones SC & Rossiter JR (2003) Personality characteristics ascribed to young women who drink alcohol, Drug and Alcohol Review, 22(2), 117-123.
  189. Jones SC (2003) A review of the consistency of information in breast cancer screening brochures. Health Education, 103(3), 166-176.
  190. Donovan RJ, Jalleh G & Jones SC (2003) The word 'cancer': Reframing the context to reduce anxiety arousal. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 27(3), 291-293.
  191. Jones SC & Donovan RJ (2003) Professional development activities and qualifications of health promotion practitioners in Australia. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 14(1), 8-14.
  192. Jones SC & Donovan RJ (2002) Self-regulation of alcohol advertising: is it working for Australia? Journal of Public Affairs, 2/3, 153-165.
  193. Donovan RJ, Jancey J & Jones SC (2002) Tobacco point of sale advertising increases positive brand user imagery. Tobacco Control, 11(3), 191-194.
  194. Jones SC & Rossiter JR (2002) The applicability of commercial advertising theory to social marketing: Two case studies of Australian social marketing campaigns. Social Marketing Quarterly, 8(1), 6-18.
  195. Jones SC & Donovan RJ (2001) Messages in alcohol advertising targeted to youth. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 25(2), 126-131.
  196. Jones SC (2001) Screening for prostate cancer: A consideration of screening factors in comparison to screening for breast cancer. Cancer Forum, 25(2), 115-120.
  197. Jones SC (2001). A Test of the Renewable Resources Model of Multiple Gains and Multiple Losses, European Advances in Consumer Research, 5, 211-214.

Letters, replies and book reviews

  1. Toumbourou JW, Kypri K & Jones SC. (2014) Should the legal age for buying alcohol be raised to 21 years? (letter) Medical Journal of Australia, 201 (10), 571.
  2. Jones SC & Jernigan D (2010) Research Note. Journal of Public Affairs 10(4): 389-390
  3. Jones SC (2006) Global public health communication: challenges, perspectives and strategies [book review]. Health Promotion Journal of Australia 17(1), 73-74.
  4. Jones SC (2002) Life Imitates Art. Tobacco Control electronic, (25 July, 2002),

 

Research

National competitive grants (category 1)

Title

Source

Chief Investigators

Year(s)

Amount

Translating Evidence into Practice: Optimising and Facilitating Prevention and Screening in Women with a Strong Family History of Breast Cancer

Cancer Australia and NBCF

Phillips K, Keogh L, Hickey M, Mazza D, Saunders C, Jones SC, Milne R

2016-17

516,690

Drunk on confidence, glamour, and fun: Alcohol advertising to women in Australia

ARC Discovery

DP150103727

Jones SC, Croft R

2015-17

289,201

&lsquoSips and tastes&rsquo: Increasing parental awareness of the effects of early alcohol initiation

Healthway

Jones SC, Iverson D, Daube M, Pettigrew S, Lee JK

2015-17

362,712

A National and Sustainable Sports-Based Intervention to Promote Mental Health and Reduce the Risk of Mental Health Problems in Australian Adolescent Males

Movember Foundation

Vella S, Okely A, Christensen H, Deane F, Jones SC, Eckermann S, Trost S, Polman, Borkoles, Lonsdale C

2015-17

1,986,778

 

A community-based approach to the problem of underage drinking

ARC Future Fellowship

FT120100932

Jones SC

2013-16

931,000

Developing culturally relevant social marketing interventions to increase blood donation: The case of African migrants

ARC Linkage

LP120200065

 

Polonsky M, Renzaho A, Jones SC, Smith G

2012-15

229,905

The nature of alcohol advertising in 'old' and 'new' media and the impact on young people's alcohol-related attitudes, intentions and behaviour

ARC Discovery

DP120102741

 

Jones SC, Caputi P

2012-14

165,000

Patron Offending and Intoxication in Night-time Entertainment Districts (POINTED)

NDLERF

Miller P, Pennay A, Chikritzhs T, Lubman D, Jenkinson, Palmer, Jones SC & Tomsen.

2011-12

467,000

Building better bras for women living with a diagnosis of breast cancer

NBCF

Steele J, Munro B, Jones SC

2010-12

260,750

The use of social marketing strategies and online communication tools to improve asthma self-management in older people

ARC Linkage

LP0990336

Jones SC, Caputi P, Iverson D

2009-12

355,236 (+105,000)

Measuring children's responsiveness to food advertising

ARC Discovery

DP0984651

Jones SC, Kervin LK

2009-11

120,000

An investigation of the nature and effects of point-of-sale promotions for alcohol beverages

ARC Linkage

LP0883729

Jones SC, Allsop S, Chikritzhs T, Wakefield M

2008-11

224,238

(+ 62,438)

Implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive sun protection program for adolescents

ARC Linkage

LP0883330

Jones SC, Iverson D, Caputi P

2008-11

234,448

(+288,359)

Potential Avian Influenza-Induced Pandemic: Minimising Public Panic

NHMRC Urgent Research

Jones SC, Iverson DC, Sutherland M, Puplick C, Gold J

2006

249,000

Community Standards for Ethics in Advertising

ARC Discovery

DP065652

Jones SC

 

2006-08

130,000

Communicating the Importance of Breast Cancer re-screening via counterfactual thinking messages

NBCF

Jones SC, Chan A

 

2005-07

150,000

The use of social marketing theory and practice to develop innovative and comprehensive sun protection campaigns

ARC Linkage

LP0455055

Jones SC, Iverson DC

2005-07

300,000

(+273,000)

Healthy eating campaigns: perceptions of the message and messenger

ARC Discovery

DP0558125

Jones SC, Tapsell L, Williams P

2005-06

113,000

Efficacy of strategies to increase participation rates in disease management programs

ARC Linkage

LP0348555

Iverson DC, Jones SC

 

2003-05

172,028

(+ 52,000)

 

 

Other research grants

 

Title

Source

Chief Investigators

Year(s)

Amount

From the military to the academy: supporting younger military veterans in Australian higher education

Department of Veterans Affairs

Harvey A, Andrewartha L, Sharp M, Wyatt-Smith M, Jones SC, Shore S, Simons M

2019

181,090

Relax, they&rsquore soaking in it: West Australian adolescents&rsquo exposure to alcohol advertising

Healthway & WA Drug and Alcohol Office

Jones SC, Iverson D, O&rsquoBrien K, Pettigrew S, Daube M, Francis K

2015-16

144,040

You&rsquove got mail&rdquo &ndash testing an SMS-based intervention to increase adherence among heart failure patients

Medibank Foundation

Thompson D, Jones SC, Ski C, Cameron J, Iverson D, Thom J, Telenta J, Page K, Prior D, Zimmet H

2015-16

50,000

Why don&rsquot friends and relatives of underage drinkers comply with secondary supply laws in NSW?

Foundation for Alcohol Research & Education

Jones SC, Barrie L, Robinson L, Wyatt A

2014

20,000

&lsquoAlcohol Truth&rsquo: A counter-marketing intervention to address adolescent alcohol consumption

Foundation for Alcohol Research & Education

Jones SC, Gordon R

2014

40,000

Exploring alcohol-related beliefs and behaviours among 18-21 year old Western Australian drinkers

Govt of Western Australia Drug & Alcohol Office

Pettigrew S, Daube M, Jones SC, Chikritzhs T, Stafford J

2013-14

149,642

Reducing stigma and enabling help seeking for cancer in priority CALD communities in the Illawarra Shoalhaven LHD

Cancer Institute NSW

Jones SC, Iverson D, Pitts L, Phillipson L, Johnson K, Hunt T

2012-13

90,089

Development of a training practice resource to improve the interaction between older patients and GPRs

CoastCityCountry Training Limited  (CCCGPT)

Bonney A, Phillipson L, Jones SC

2012

38,000

Review of evidence base on the impact of alcohol advertising on young people's drinking

Australian New Zealand School of Government

Jones SC, Gordon R

 

2012

10,000

 

Organ and Tissue Donation - Engaging Orthodox Communities

Australian Organ & Tissue Donation & Trans&rsquon Authority

Jones SC, Phillipson L, Pitts L

2011-12

53,950

Development of client needs measurement 'tool' for the Cram Foundation

Department Of Industry And Investment

Jones SC

2011

30,000

Promoting Healthy Lifestyles in IRT Self Care Communities

IRT Research Foundation (& IHMRI)

Jones SC, Bonney A, Iverson D

2010-11

38,470 (+20,000)

Efficacy of Emotional Appeals in Asthma

Asthma Foundation NSW

Jones SC, Johnson K, Reis S

2010-11

 

45,000

Alcohol Sponsorship of the National Rugby League: What is its impact on young males?

NSW Health

Jones SC, Gilchrist H

2010-11

19,829

School leavers' alcohol expectancies and social norms

AER Foundation

Jones SC, Barrie L

2010-11

19,990

Stigma and dementia in Australia: A pilot study of community attitudes

Alzheimers Australia

Jones SC, Magee C, Sladzien E

2010-11

16,000

Older patients attitudes to General Practice Registrars

CoastCityCountry Training Limited  (CCCGPT)

Jones SC, Bonney A, Barrie L

2009-10

35,000

Research into impact of point of sale alcohol advertising and promotions on risky drinking by young people, and development of appropriate responses

NSW Health

Jones SC

2008

150,000

Research to determine the impact of &ldquoReady to Drink&rdquo spirit beverages on young people and development of appropriate responses

NSW Health

Jones SC

2008

150,000

Smashed: Drugs and Driving Don&rsquot Work. Development of effective advertising materials targeted at university students

NRMA - ACT Road Safety Trust

 

Jones SC

2008

43,000

A systematic investigation of the effectiveness of the pre-vetting and complaints system for alcohol advertising

VicHealth

Jones SC,

Munro G,

Duff C

2005-06

56,000

 

Contract research and consulting

 

Title

Source

Chief Investigators

Year(s)

Amount

Evidence Check: Learning Resilience

Sax Institute (for Beyond Blue)

Ciarrochi J, Jones SC, Gordon C

2019

20,000

Increasing water consumption in licenced premises &ndash Phase 2

VicHealth

Jones SC

2016

68,494

Alcohol brand stretch research - Father&rsquos Day 2015

Cancer Council Victoria

Jones SC

2015

3,910

Rapid review to examine the impact and effectiveness of social marketing interventions aimed at building resilience and enhancing mental wellbeing

VicHealth

Jones SC, Telenta J, Murphy N

2015

23,136

Rapid Review on &ldquoPrinciples of public health interventions to support injury recovery and return to productivity&rdquo

Sax Institute (for the MAA)

Jones SC

2015

30,000

Examination into the Nature and Extent of Point-of-Sale Alcohol Promotions at Retail Outlets in Victoria

Department of Justice, Victoria

Jones SC, Barrie L, Caputi P, Gordon R, Robinson L

2012-13

145,000

Overcoming Isolation for GP Registrars: A project with CCCGPT and GPT1 registrars using Virtual Communities of Practice

CoastCityCountry Training Limited  

Barnett S, Jones SC, Iverson D, Barrie L, Robinson L

2012-13

59,070

Community Drug Action Team- Alcohol Advertising Advocacy Project

Surry Hills CDAT

Jones SC, Barrie L, Phillipson L, Robinson L

2012-13

8,804

The brave new world of older patients: preparing general practice training for an ageing population

CoastCityCountry Training Limited

Bonney A, Jones SC, Phillipson L, Barrie L, Robinson L

2012-13

38,000

Alcohol Advertising in Australian football finals series

Anti Cancer Council Of Victoria

Jones SC, Barrie L

2012-13

20.000

Prostate Cancer Foundation Australia Poster Evaluation

Convenience Advertising/PCFA

Jones SC, Barrie L, Robinson L

2012-13

17,420

An exploration of alcohol marketing/branding in social media

Anti Cancer Council Of Victoria

Jones SC, Barrie L, Robinson L

2012-13

20.000

Improving cancer outcomes among culturally and linguistically diverse communities: a rapid review

Sax Institute (for Cancer Institute NSW)

Phillipson L, Jones SC, Gordon R, Magee C, Pitts L, Larsen-Truong K

2012

21,000

 

 

Effectiveness of &ldquosigns and symptoms&rdquo campaigns for lung cancer: a rapid review

Sax Institute

Jones SC, Gordon R, Phillipson L, Magee C, Barrie L

2012

18,000

ETHOS Healthy Liver Campaign Social Marketing Component

Kirby Institute

Jones SC, Telenta J

2011-13

49,710

Investigating GP Registrar perceptions regarding the usefulness of medical online communities

CoastCityCountry Training Limited

Barnett S, Barrie L, Jones SC, Iverson D, Bennett S, Bonney A

2011-12

27,000

A review of current MERIT programs in Australia

Access Community Group Ltd

Jones SC

2011

5,000

Alcohol marketing on the Internet in Australia

Cancer Council Victoria

Jones SC

2011

20,000

Hearts and Minds &ndash Dementia risk reduction campaign

Illawarra Shoalhaven LHN

Jones SC

2010-11

90,000

GP dementia risk reduction education project

Illawarra Shoalhaven Medicare Local

Phillipson L, Jones SC

2010-11

25,000

Evaluation of the Problem Gambling State-wide Communications Programme

Victorian Office of Gaming and Racing

Jones SC, Iverson D, Eckermann S, Barrie L

2010-11

122,768

Building an evidence base to reduce alcohol related crime in the Illawarra

SESIAHS

Jones SC, Gilchrist H

2009-10

5,000

Evaluation of the City of Greater Dandenong street drinking campaign

Convenience Advertising

Jones SC, Barrie L

2009

6,550

Evaluation of the Youth Beyond Blue poster campaign

Convenience Advertising

Jones SC, Barrie L

2009

6,434

The self-management wants and needs of adults with asthma in NSW

The Asthma Foundation NSW

Saunders C, Jones SC, Stillfried G

2009

19,000

Strategic research partnership grants in colorectal cancer &ndash setting priorities and defining research questions for later phase procurement

The Cancer Council NSW

Jones SC

2008-09

12,000

Snake Condom Promotion Campaign 2007 Evaluation

Convenience Advertising/Marie Stopes

Jones SC, Phillipson L, Gregory G

2008

3,837

Strategic research partnership grants &ndash genetic testing

The Cancer Council NSW

Jones SC

2008

12,000

2007 Breast and Ovarian Health Survey

National Breast & Ovarian Cancer Centre

Jones SC

2007-08

226,600

Marketing a youth-friendly general practice

Illawarra Division of General Practice

Phillipson L, Jones SC

2007

8,000

Strategic research partnership grants in pancreatic cancer &ndash setting priorities and defining research questions for later phase procurement

The Cancer Council NSW

Jones SC

2007

12,000

Development of a ranking of refereed journals in which Australia and New Zealand nursing and midwifery researchers publish their work

Australia & New Zealand Council of Deans of Nursing & Midwifery

Jones SC, Crookes P, Brewer C

2006-07

30,000

Inclusion of drug and alcohol training into relevant undergraduate courses

Department of Education & Training

Jones SC, Curtis J, Phillipson L

2006-07

22,000

Food marketing to children in Australia

The Cancer Council Australia

Jones SC, Phillipson L

2006-07

25,000

Improving Quality & Safety of Health Care in Indonesia in the Treatment and Management of Patients with HIV/AIDS & Emerging Infections

Albion Street Centre/SESIAHS

Jones SC, Phillipson L

2006-07

12,461

The Range and Adequacy of Skills Attained by Participants in General Practice Training Programmes

CoastCityCountry Training Limited  (CCCGPT)

Phillipson L, Jones SC

2006-07

55,057

What are the information-seeking behaviours of women with regard to (breast) cancer?

National Breast Cancer Centre

Jones SC, Reis S

2006

5,500

Developing a Marketing Plan for Resource

Resource Life Pty Ltd

Jones SC

2006

1,000

Clarifying and refining TCCN direction in relation to lifestyle issues

Cancer Council NSW

Jones SC

2006

5,500

Social marketing training

Cancer Council SA

Jones SC, Hall D

2006

11,000

Wheelchair accessible taxi requirements and markets in Wollongong and Shellharbour

Department of Transport & Infrastructure

Jones SC

2005

20,400

Breast Cancer Risk Communication: A review of the literature

National Breast Cancer Centre

Jones SC

2005

6,500

Social marketing framework

Cancer Council NSW

Jones SC, Iverson D, Hall D

2004-05

33,954

2003 Breast Health Survey

National Breast Cancer Centre

Jones SC, Iverson D

2003-04

159,471

 


Professional Memberships
  • Director, Catholic Care (2016-)
  • Director, Amaze  (2014-)
  • Director, Cram Foundation (2009-2014)
  • Cancer Council NSW, Research Advisory Committee (2012-2014)
  • Asthma Foundation NSW, Research Advisory Committee (2010-)
  • Chair, National Breast Cancer & Ovarian Centre (NBOCC) Information Advisory Group (2009-2011)
  • Register 4 Management Committee, National Breast Cancer Foundation (2009-2011)
  • International Review Panel, Alberta Cancer Board Social Marketing Program (2008-2010)
  • Advisory Committee, Community Alcohol Action Network (2005-2010)
  • Raising Children Network (RCN) Steering Committee (2005-2007)
 

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