Trina Barrett MSN, RN, CCRN
Ms. Barrett joined the faculty of the College of Nursing in November of 2012. She earned her Master's degree in Nursing Education in 2009 and received her Bachelors of Science in nursing degree in 2005 both from Union University. Mrs. Barrett co-lectures in the Acute Care Gerontological course. She supervises students in the clinical setting in the Acute Care, Adult Health and Leadership courses. Her teaching responsibility includes teaching EKG analysis throughout the BSN curriculum. Her nursing career started at the Regional Medical Center Intensive Care Unit in 2001.
She currently has her certification in Acute and Critical Care Nursing Adult. She is an active member of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) and Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Honor Society. She is currently a board member of the Beta Theta-at-Large Chapter.
Ms. Barrett received the Student Government Association Executive Council (SGAEC) Excellence in Teaching Award (2013-2014) and was nominated for the SGAEC Excellence in Teaching Awards (2012-2013).
Barrett, T., (2015, May/June). Why are we prolonging QT interval monitoring? Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, 34(3), 130-133.