DOUGLAS LONG

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www.douglaslong.com
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

REGISTERED NURSE

2011 – Current CDCR
2010 – CPMC Pediatric ED
2008-2010 - Kaiser Permanente San Francisco/Richmond ED
Currently with the CDCR, also worked in a big city emergency department, participated in the introduction of a fully online documentation system, and precepted nursing students and paramedic interns.

INSTRUCTOR – ACLS, PALS, BLS
2006-Current
The HealthSource in Santa Rosa
Teach ACLS, PALS, and BLS courses for Sonoma County’s leading health education source.

EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT TECHNICIAN/PHLEBOTOMIST
2006-2008
Kaiser Santa Rosa
ED Technician and phlebotomist in an 18-bed ED. Trained and proficient in splinting.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
2006
St Joseph’s Ambulance Service
EMT on an ambulance with backup 9-1-1 contract for Marin County, also serving San Francisco.

LECTURER
1994-2003
San Francisco State University, College of Business
Taught classes on transportation and logistics. Coordinator of the Marketing Internship Program.

INTERNATIONAL ELECTION SUPERVISOR
1997-2004
United Nations, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe
Supervisors or managed elections in conflict zones worldwide. These were short term assignments ranging from two weeks to five months.

PRICING ANALYST
1992-1996
Orient Overseas Container Line
Developed pricing strategies for Hong Kong’s premier containerized ocean shipping company.

INFANTRY OFFICER
1986-1989
U.S. Army
As a Lieutenant in the Infantry, served as Platoon Leader and Company Executive Officer.

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS

• Registered Nurse
• Public Health Nurse
• BSN, Samuel Merritt College, 2008.
• MBA, San Francisco State U, 1992
• BA, UC Berkeley, 1985.
• Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN)
• Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse (CPEN)
• ACLS Instructor
• PALS Instructor
• BLS Instructor
• Trauma Nurse Core Course (TNCC)
• Neonate Resuscitation Provider (NRP)
• Certified Correctional Healthcare Provider (CCHCP)

PUBLICATIONS

Books:
• "International Logistics: Global Supply Chain Management", Kluwer, 2003.
• "Human Rights in our World", under contract with Sage, this is a college textbook on human rights.

Articles:
• "Operation Provide Comfort", Solutions Magazine, Institute of Industrial Engineers, Georgia Tech, July 1997.
• "Contingency Logistics", presented to the International Academy of Business Disciplines, Pittsburgh, PA, April], 1994.
• "The Logistics of Famine Relief", Journal of Business Logistics, Council of Logistics Management, Spring 1994.
• "Finger Drills", Infantry Magazine, Fall, 1988, an assessment of Army training methods.

SPORTS

• World Record, youngest person to bicycle solo across the United States, age 16.
• Ironman Triathlon World Championship, Kona, Hawaii, 1995, finished 12 hours 48 minutes.
• Ironman Australia, Forster-Tuncurry, Australia, 1999, finished (by pure chance) 12:47, one minute under the Hawaiian time.
• Ironman Switzerland, I did my best time ever (12:38) in pouring rain. Just proves misery is good for you!
• Ironman Brazil, didn’t train much, but dragged in at 12:57. When you’re exhausted to the point that your body cannot maintain core temperature, you go through feverish spells. What a way to get a biology lesson.
• Peak Communism, member of a joint Soviet-American expedition on the highest summit in the Soviet Union, in what is now Tajikistan.
• Other ascents: Popocatepl, Mexico
• Mount St. Helens, while still active
• Denali, Alaska
• Mt. Shasta, California
• First ascent, Kindergarten Wall, Oahu, Hawaii
• Also hold the record for the shortest fall ever to result in an injury serious enough to require admittance to the Yosemite Valley Medical Clinic. I dislocated my shoulder on a 2-foot fall about 500 feet up Royal Arches.
• Certified Scuba Diver: Rescue, Nitrox and Drysuit.
• Bicycled San Francisco-Tegucigalpa (Honduras), 1989; Nicaragua and Panama wouldn’t give me a visa so I
sold the bike and continued on bus to Ushuaia, in Tierra del Fuega the southernmost town in the world.
• My family sailed a 35 foot sloop (Rasmus 35) in the Caribbean for one year, 1978/79.
• 30+ marathons, 5 triathlons, three 200-mile running relays