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Jerry Jones

TitleEmeritus Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentPediatrics, College of Medicine
DivisionPeds Children at Risk
Address ACH Child at Risk Building
4301 W Markham St.
Mail Slot # 512-24A
Little Rock AR 72205
Phone501-364-1013
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    1. Jones JG, Cohen AL, Worley KB, Worthington T. Accidental scratch--or a sign of self-cutting? J Fam Pract. 2015 May; 64(5):277-81. PMID: 26009745.
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    2. Jones JG, Worthington BC. Children presenting with fractures in an emergency room: child abuse? J Ark Med Soc. 2013 Mar; 109(10):212. PMID: 23540098.
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    3. Jones, JG, Worthington, T. Children presenting with fractures in an emergency room: Child abuse?. J Ark Med Soc. 2013; (109):212.
    4. Jones JG, Farst K. In Kaplan R et al, ed. Medical Response to Child Sexual Abuse. Chapter 4: The Sexual Abuse Postexamination Conference with Families. 2011. 2011.
    5. Jones JG, Worthington T. Genital and anal injuries requiring surgical repair in females less than 21 years of age. J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 2008 Aug; 21(4):207-11. PMID: 18656075.
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    6. Young KL, Jones JG, Worthington T, Simpson P, Casey PH. Forensic laboratory evidence in sexually abused children and adolescents. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2006 Jun; 160(6):585-8. PMID: 16754819.
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    7. Flannery MT, Jones JG, Farst KJ, Worley KB, Worthington T, Rauls SD. The Use of Hair Analysis to Test Children for Exposure to Methamphetamine. Journal of Medicine and Law. 2006; 10:143-254.
    8. Jones JG, Worthington T. Management of sexually abused children by non-forensic sexual abuse examiners. J Ark Med Soc. 2005 Jan; 101(7):224-6. PMID: 15648203.
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    9. Jones JG, Garrett J, Worthington T. A videotape series for teaching physicians to evaluate sexually abused children. J Child Sex Abus. 2004; 13(1):87-97. PMID: 15353378.
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    10. Jones JG, Garrett J, Worthington T. The Medical Evaluation of Sexually Abused Children: Assessment of a Continuing Medical Education Videotape Subscription Series. 2000.
    11. Stern HP, Jones JG, Et al. "Battered Child Syndrome: Is It a Paradign for a Child of Embattled Divorce?". Univ. of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review. 2000; 22:335-355.
    12. Kelly KY, Jones JG. Forensic Laboratory Evidence in Sexually Abused Children & Adolescents. 1999.
    13. Jones JG, Worthington T, Hawks F, Mercer SO, Jones BW, Woon L. Ad HoC conferences of hospital and community professionals in cases of hospitalized physically abused children. Child Abuse Negl. 1998; 22(1):63 - 68.
    14. Jones JG. A Guide to References and Resources in Child Abuse and Neglect (2nd ed.). American Academy of Pediatrics. (editor). 1998.
    15. Stern P, Et al. Battered Child Syndrome: Is It a Paradigm of Children of Embattled Divorce Syndrome?. 1997.
    16. Jones JG. A Guide to References and Resources in Child Abuse and Neglect. American Academy of Pediatrics (content editor). 1994.
    17. Graham, CJ, Et al. Sexually Abused Girls Who Require Operative Repair. Clinical Research. 1991; 967A.
    18. Jones JG. Medical Management of the Child Physically Injured by Corporal Punishment in School. 1990.
    19. Jones JG, Lawson L, Rickert CP. "Use of Optical Glass Binocular Magnifiers in the Examination of Sexually Abused Children". Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gyenocology. 1990; 3:146-148.
    20. Livingston R, Jones JG, Lawson L, Volger JM. Abuse and Gender. Abstract Compendium for the National Symposium on Child Victimization. 1990.
    21. Cason, GJ, Et al. A Flexible System for Processing Clinical Performance Ratings: Application to Resident and Medical Student Evaluation. 1987.
    22. Lang, NP, Et al. A Flexible System for Processing Clinical Performance Ratings: Applications in Surgery and Other Specialities. 1987.
    23. Woody RC, Jones JG. Neurologic Munchausen-by-proxy syndrome. South Med J. 1987; 80(2):247 - 248.
    24. Jones JG, Yamauchi T, Lawson L. Physician's Guide to the Evaluation and Management of Sexually Abused Children (2nd ed.). Arkansas Children's Hospital and University Medical Sciences. 1987; 46.
    25. Cason, GJ, Et al. A Flexible System for Processing Clinical Performace Ratings: Illustrative Examples from a Residency and Four Clerkships (40 pages). ERIC Document Reproduction Service Number ED-278-692. 1987; 144.
    26. Jones JG, Cason GJ, Cason C. The acquisition of cognitive knowledge through clinic experiences. Med Educ. 1986; 20(1):10 - 12.
    27. Jones JG, Butler HL, Hamilton B, Perdue JD, Stern HP, Woody RC. Munchausen syndrome by proxy. Child Abuse Negl. 1986; 10(1):33 - 40.
    28. Woody RC, Jimenez JF, Malak FA, Jones JG. A Proposed Mechanism of Intraocular Hemorrhages in Infant "Whiplash-Shake Injuries". 1985.
    29. Jones JG, Yamauchi T, Lambert B. Trichomonas vaginalis infestation in sexually abused girls. Am J Dis Child. 1985; 139(8):846 - 847.
    30. Gardner M, Jones JG. Genital herpes acquired by sexual abuse of children. J Pediatr. 1984; 104(2):243 - 244.
    31. Jones JG, Yamauchi T. Trichomonas Vaginalis Infestation in Children. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts; 1984. p. 71. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts. 1984; 71.
    32. Jones JG, Cason GJ. Evaluation of Clinical Performance of Junior Medical Students in a Pediatric Clerkship. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts; 1984. p. 75. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts. 1984; 75.
    33. Jones JG, Yamauchi T. Trichomonas Vaginalis Infestation in Suspected Sexual Abuse. Clinical Research; 1984. p. 889A. Clinical Research. 1984; 889A.
    34. Feild CR, Jones JG. Clinical Time Commitment of Pediatric Houseofficers with Physical and Sexual Abuse. Clinical Research; 1984. p. 887A. Clinical Research. 1984; 887A.
    35. Bryson DM, Jones JG. Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome Masked by Prior Administration of Haloperidol to a Mentally Retarted Male. Clinical Research; 1984. p. 896A. Clinical Research. 1984; 896A.
    36. Jones JG. Compliance with pediatric therapy. A selective review and recommendations. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 1983; 22(4):262 - 265.
    37. Jones JG, Gardner M, Yamauchi T. Genital Herpes Acquired by Sexual Abuse of Children. Clinical Research; 1983. p. 891A. Clinical Research. 1983; 891A.
    38. Jones JG. "Health Needs of Children in Foster Family Care: New Concepts and Recommendations". Pediatric Social Work. 1983; 3:17-22.
    39. Jones JG. Sexual abuse of children. Current concepts. Am J Dis Child. 1982; 136(2):142 - 146.
    40. Jones JG. The Child Accident Repeater: A Failure of Crisis Oriented Health Care. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts; 1981. p. 102. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts. 1981; 102.
    41. Miles P, Yamauchi T, Jones JG. A Unique Case-Centered Approach for Monitoring Health Care of Foster Children. Clinical Research; 1981. p. 884A. Clinical Research. 1981; 884A.
    42. Yamauchi T, Miles P, Jones JG. Medical Care of Foster Children: A Perennial Pediatric Challenge. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts; 1981. p. 108. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts. 1981; 108.
    43. Jones JG, Cason GJ, Cason CL. The Relationship of Cognitive Knowledge to Clinical Experience. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts; 1981. p. 103. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts. 1981; 103.
    44. Jones JG, Spieker G, Mercer SO. Accident Repetition: The Child, the Family and the Accident. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts; 1981. p. 100. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts. 1981; 100.
    45. Jones JG. The Value of Patient-Oriented Teaching: Fact or Myth?. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts; 1981. p. 103. Ambulatory Pediatric Association Program and Abstracts. 1981; 103.
    46. Jones JG. Child Accident Repeater. Medilex Digest Pediatrics; December 1980. p. 111. Medilex Digest Pediatrics. 1980; 111.
    47. Jones JG. The child accident repeater: a review. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 1980; 19(4):284 - 288.
    48. Miles P, Jones JG, Yamauchi T. Medical Care of Foster Children: A Perennial Pediatric Challenge. Clinical Research; 1980. p. 861A. Clinical Research. 1980; 861A.
    49. Jones JG, Spieker G, Mercer SO. Accident Repetition: The Child, the Family, and the Accident. 1980; 852A.
    50. Spieker, G, Mercer SO, Jones JG. "The Accident Repeater Child and His Family". Pediatric Social Work. 1980; 1:85-90.
    51. Jones JG, Carson GJ, Carson CL. The Relationship of Cognitive Knowledge to Clinical Experiences. Clinical Research; 1980. p. 861A. Clinical Research. 1980; 861A.
    52. Jones JG. The Value of Patient-Oriented Teaching. 1980; 861A.
    53. Jones JG. The Value of Patient-Oriented Teaching: Fact or Myth. Clinical Researcher; 1980. p. 861A. Clinical Researcher. 1980; 861A.
    54. Jones JG. The Child Accident Repeater: A Failure of Our Medical System. 1978; 215A.
    55. Jones JG. National Poison Prevention Week, March 15-21, 1970: a suitable focus. J Ark Med Soc. 1970; 66(10):350 - 351.
    56. Jones JG. Cervical hernia of the lung. J Pediatr. 1970; 76(1):122 - 125.
    57. Jones JG. Editor of nine "Grand Rounds of the Department of Pediatrics of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences". Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 1969.
    58. Jones JG. Preventing poisoning accidents in children. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 1969; 8(8):484 - 491.
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