Assistant Clinical Professor
Danielle Devine, PhD, is an assistant clinical professor in the College of Nursing and Health Professions at Drexel University. She has worked as a bedside nurse in an intermediate neurological intensive care unit where she specialized in neurology, neurosurgery, trauma and critical care. She currently works as a bedside nurse in a post-operative anesthesia care unit, with a focus on post-operative orthopedic patients. Devine has presented at various national conferences on topics ranging from free technologies to enhanced teaching methods and user acceptance of social media use by nursing faculty. She has led faculty workshops that have assisted teaching staff in creating flipped classrooms and the inclusion of social media as a teaching modality. At Drexel University, she teaches Adult Nursing III, Pharmacology I and II, Leadership and Research.
2011 Research Scholar Award received from Holy Family University
Scholarly interests include social media, flipped classroom and student perspectives in nursing education.
Neurology, Critical Care
2015: Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing; Villanova University
2011: Master of Science in Nursing; Holy Family University
2008: Bachelor of Science in Nursing; Gwynedd-Mercy University