Dr. Long completed her medical training at the University of Saskatchewan and both her Pediatrics residency and Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship at the University of Ottawa. She completed a Health Education Scholar’s Program through the Department of Innovation in Medical Education at the University of Ottawa. Dr. Long is extensively involved in medical education in both the Emergency Department and hospital-wide and has a strong interest in patient safety/quality improvement initiatives.
Paediatric acute lymphadenitis: Emergency department management and clinical course
The vast majority of children with acute lymphadenitis were managed with outpatient oral antibiotics and did not require return emergency department visits or surgical drainage.
A nurse-initiated jaundice management protocol improves quality of care in the paediatric emergency department
Implementation of a PED neonatal jaundice management protocol was associated with improved timeliness and standardization of care for this common and important condition.
Novel WDR45 Mutation and Pathognomonic BPAN Imaging in a Young Female With Mild Cognitive Delay
Pregnancy and birth history were unremarkable. Gross and fine motor developmental milestones were achieved at appropriate times during childhood; however, her mother reported a long-standing history of expressive and receptive language difficulties requiring speech language therapy until grade 8.