ATrain Education

 

Continuing Education for Health Professionals

Tracey Long, RN, PhD, MS, MSN, CDE, CNE, CHUC, COI, CCRN Tracey Long, RN, PhD, MS, MSN, CDE, CNE, CHUC, COI, CCRN

Tracey is a registered nurse who has worked in critical care, telemetry, and primary care for almost 30 years. She developed health education and diabetes programs in Spanish for local hospitals in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she now resides. Tracey earned a double bachelor’s degree in Nursing Science and Spanish from Brigham Young University, a master’s degree in Public Health Education at California College of Health Sciences, and an MSN in Nursing Education at UNLV. She completed her PhD in Nursing Education and Leadership. Tracey has served on the nursing faculty at the College of Southern Nevada and at Nevada State College. She has been a health-welfare missionary in Colombia and works with International Service Learning, taking nurses and students to Belize, Peru, Colombia, Costa Rica and other developing countries, where they offer medical clinics to rural communities. Her research interests are international health and nursing, simulation, cultural competency training, measuring effectiveness in education, and diabetes education. She served on the National Council of State Boards of Nursing for the National Nursing Simulation Study Team.
 
As a freelance speaker Tracey earned the Educator of Excellence Award, and has been an invited keynote speaker for nursing school graduations, nursing career fairs, nursing webinars, and genealogy seminars. She has written three children’s health books as well as Climbing Family Trees: Whispers in the Leaves about researching genealogy. She married her college sweetheart and they have their own Brady Bunch of six kids, who teach her what’s really important in life! 

Courses

Asthma: Calming the Airways

Acetaminophen: When It Becomes Dangerous

Ethics for Professional Case Managers

Fentanyl: Scourge of the Opioids

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

HIV in America

Opioid Epidemic: How Did We Get Here and Where Do We Go Now?

Travelers Conference 2017: Session Two, Tuesday

Travelers Conference 2017: Session One, Monday

WV: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Overmedication: A Hazard for Elders

WA: HIV/AIDS, 4 units

WA: HIV/AIDS, 7 units

Coronary Artery Disease: When Plaques Attack

Sepsis: Immune Response Meltdown

Diabetes Type 2: Nothing Sweet About It

Diabetes: Teaching Patients Self-Care

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)