Published Peer-Review

Jones, J. (2016). Book Review– Mining and Communities in Northern Canada: History, Politics, and Memory (Edited by Arn Keeling and John Sandlos). Northern Review, (42).

Jones, J., Bradshaw, B. Addressing Historical Legacies through Impacts and Benefit Agreements and Health Impact Assessment: Why it Matters for Indigenous Well-being. Northern Review (41).

 Jones, J., Nix, N., & Hodges Snyder, E. (2014). Local perspectives of the ability of HIA stakeholder engagement to capture and reflect factors that impact Alaska Native healthInternational Journal of Circumpolar Health, 73: 24411.

Selected Oral Presentations

Jones, J. (October 2016). Reconsidering the Integration of Health and Well-Being into Impact Assessments and IBAs. Annual ReSDA Workshop: New Relationships and Possibilities – Invitation -. Ottawa, ON.

Jones, J. (September 2016). Research as Actors: Consideration of the Role of Research in Creating Sustainable Arctic Communities. Arctic-FROST Annual Network Meeting and Early Career Scholars Workshop. Vienna, Austria.

Jones, J. (June 2016). Assessing What Matters in the Governance of Extractive Industries: Understanding the Impacts of Colonization on the Health and Well-Being of Yukon First Nations. CASE. Homer, AK.

Jones, J., Cunsolo Willox, A., and Harper, S. (June 2015). Evolving Role of Circumpolar Health Research: Initial Findings from a Systematic Realist Review. International Congress of Circumpolar Health, Oulu Finland.

Jones, J. (April 2015). Considering the Legacy of Colonialism and Assimilation in Resource Assessment and Governance Mechanisms. American Geographers Association, Chicago Il.

Jones, J. and Bradshaw, B. (October 2014). Notions of Wellbeing in the Canadian North: Research Perspectives. 4th Annual ReSDA Workshop – Happy Valley Goose Bay, NF.

Jones, J. (August 2012). Lost in Translation? Stakeholder Perceptions of an HIA (presentation). 12th International Health Impact Assessment Conference, Montreal QC.