Lynn Long is a Nursing Professor at Capital University School of Nursing. She teaches Health Assessment and a course in Leadership in Practice. Additionally, she serves as a clinical supervisor and on several nursing committees. She believes receiving her undergraduate education at Capital has provided the solid foundation for her nursing career. Prof. Long has practiced in a variety of settings including emergency and critical care nursing, pediatrics, out patient care units and in staff and managerial roles. She served as an advisory consultant and clinical expert to the pharmaceutical industry in the area of short stature in renal patients. Being a recipient of Distinguished Faculty of Year Award (2014) is a testament to her commitment to dedication to students and teaching. Whatever her role, Prof. Long focuses on igniting the passion in nurses for life long learning.
PhD in Nursing (Dissertation Phase), Mercer UniversityMaster of Science in Nursing, Chamberlain University Master of Science, Central Michigan UniversityBachelor of Science, Capital University
N301 Health AssessmentN301 Health Assessment LabN463 Leadership in Practice Practicum