Dr. Delville is a PhD prepared ACNS-BC clinical faculty at The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing. Her focus is in gerontology and the management of multiple chronic conditions (MCC). She has worked closely with an interprofessional team in long-term care nursing facilities as an advanced practice nurse since 2003, and integrate these skills into AG-CNS education.
Dr. Delville obtained her initial nursing degree in 1980, and worked primarily with adults in critical care acute until completing her advanced degree.
Dr. Delville was program director for an interprofessional Health Resources and Service Administration graduate student training grant; responsible for the educational application of iPad minis to provide integrated, comprehensive, evidenced based care for individuals with MCC, especially underserved populations such as residents in long-term and assisted living facilities.
Recent Honors and Responsibilities:
- 2011: Innovation in Teaching Award
- 2013: Senate of College Councils: Teaching Award
- 2013-2015: Provost Teaching Fellow
- May 2016: Senior Provost Teaching Fellow
- 1980-Present: Registered Nurse State Of New York
- 1999-Present: Registered Nurse State of Texas
- 2003-Present: Texas: Adult Clinical Nurse Specialist with Prescription Authorization
CERTIFICATIONS AND CREDENTIALING:
- 2014-Present: TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer (May, 2014)
- 2003-Present: American Nurses Credentialing Center: Clinical Specialist in Medical-Surgical Nursing (expires 8/31/2018)
- 1994-2006: American Association of Critical Care Nurses, CCRN
- 1991-Present: American Red Cross, BLS (ACLS 1991-1998)
- 1989-1993: American Nursing Association; Medical-Surgical Nurse