Article
Premium

Care to Learn Podcast Episode 6: Tracy Edwards

CPDTime.
24m of CPD
In this episode of the Care to Learn Podcast Tracy Edwards, a highly experienced Nurse Practitioner, speaks passionately about her hunger for education, intense link between learning and the provision of quality care and how the use of preceptors has evolved in her Emergency Department...

What's included in this resource?

  • CPDTime.
    24m of CPD
  • Article

What is this article about?

In this episode of the Care to Learn Podcast Tracy Edwards, a highly experienced and respected Nurse Practitioner, speaks passionately about her hunger for education, the intense link between learning and the provision of quality care and how the use of preceptors has evolved in her Emergency Department...

Ausmed resource artwork

Learning you'll love

An Ausmed Subscription will unlock access to 1,000+ learning resources. High quality education helps you provide high quality care.

Find out more

Contents

Document and reflect on your learning

  • CPDTime.
    24m of CPD

Meet the educator

educator profile image
Tracy Edwards
Emergency Nurse Practitioner
Tracy Edwards is a nurse practitioner who works in the emergency department at Modbury Public Hospital in South Australia. In this role, she works in a “see and treat” model of care. She also works with the rapid assessment team, where she is required to fulfil both clinical and educational duties. Tracy has experience as a practice nurse and has held other management positions, including acting quality and clinical risk manager. Tracy is particularly interested in vascular health and has run several extra vocational programs focused on the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Tracy was a finalist in the "future leader" category for the South Australian Nursing and Midwifery Awards 2011 and won a South Australian Premiers Travelling Scholarship in 2011/12.
View Profile

What do others think?

40 reviews by Ausmed Learners
Sort by
Highest Rated
Lowest Rated
Most Recent
WH
Wolfgang haas
13 Oct 2020
Ambulance related by the fact that I am aware of nurse education and perceptions in ED.
EC
Engelien connor
20 May 2020
This was an interesting podcast.
SC
Siobhan Carty
23 Feb 2020
Good. Encouraging. It would inspire you to take on more education and progress.
SP
Sarita Panta
29 May 2021
well explained.
4.4 / 5
1 star
0%
2 star
0%
3 star
9%
4 star
45%
5 star
45%

Here's some further inspiration

Practice Areas

Ausmed Premium

To access this resource, sign up for Ausmed Premium. With Premium, you’ll have unlimited access to everything you need to take your education and care to the next level.

Looking for something else?

Discover more learning

There are so many different subjects on Ausmed! I thought it'd be hard to find the resources I need for complicated procedures or rarer conditions, but they've had everything I've looked for so far.

- Jacob, Enrolled Nurse