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educator , researcher , Family nurse practitioner

Ellen Long-Middleton, American family nurse practitioner, educator, researcher. Certified family nurse practitioner. Recipient National Research Service award National Institute Nursing Research, 1997-2000. Member Sigma Theta Tau.

Background

Long-Middleton, Ellen was born on June 14, 1954 in Danville, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Samuel Murray and Dorothy Morgan (Wasley) Long.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Vermont, 1976. Minnesota, University Washington, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy, Boston College, 2001.

Career

Nurse practitioner emergency department Hospital of University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1985—1988, nursing director admission evaluation center, 1988—1990. Nursing director family practice Family Health Services, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1990—1994. Family nurse practitioner University Massachusetts Memorial Health Care, 1990—2001.

Instructor Boston College, 1994-1998. Project co-director MassHealth Workforce Development Project University Massachusetts Medical School, 1998—2001. Nursing fellow Children's Hospital of Boston, 1999—2000.

Assistant professor, coordinator family nurse practitioner specialty Massachusetts General Hospital Institute Health Professions, since 2001. Family nurse practitioner Family Health Center of Worcester, since 2002. Lecturer University Pennsylvania, 1985-1989.

Achievements

  • Certified family nurse practitioner.

Membership

Member Sigma Theta Tau.

Connections

Married Jeffrey Long-Middleton, September 5, 1981. Children: Matthew, Andrew, Douglas, Samuel.

father:
Samuel Murray Long

mother:
Dorothy Morgan (Wasley) Long

spouse:
Jeffrey Long-Middleton

child:
Matthew Long-Middleton

child:
Andrew Long-Middleton

child:
Douglas Long-Middleton

child:
Samuel Long-Middleton