College of Nursing
Degree ProgramPh.D. Nursing
Kendrea M. Jones received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2015. After graduation she completed 2 years of postgraduate pharmacy residency training with one year specializing in managing critical care patients. She currently serves as associate professor at a college of pharmacy where she has a practice site in critical care. She began as a part-time faculty member at Walden in the School of Nursing in March 2019. She has taught pharmacotherapy for over 10 years. Professionally she has provided lectures and presentations to a variety of healthcare professionals. She has conducted research in a variety of areas including therapeutic management of thermal injury patients and pharmacy education with a number of presentations and publications related to this work.
Doctor of Pharmacy, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy - Little rock, AR
Hammond, D. A., Vines, C. E., McPhee, A. L., Bhandari, N. R., Jones, K. M., Meena, N., Painter, J. T. (2016). Effect of Etomidate on Pneumonia Development in Critically Ill, Nontrauma Patients. Journal of intensive care medicine
Jones, K. M., Franks, A. M. (2009). Succinobucol: review of the metabolic, antiplatelet and cardiovascular effects. Expert opinion on investigational drugs