Margaret C. Delaney
Benedictine University Department of Nursing and Health
Margaret Delaney E.d.D., A.P.R.N., CNP-BC received her BSN from Loyola University in Chicago, IL, Masters in Science, as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner from DePaul University, Chicago IL and completed her Doctorate of Education in Higher Education and Organizational Change from Benedictine University, Lisle, Illinois. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Nursing and Health at Benedictine. Her course specialties are family health, population-based health, community, and leadership clinical, health assessment, advances pediatrics and nursing leadership. She served as a Clinical Educator and Clinical Research Coordinator where she oversaw unit and institutional education initiatives, as well as multiple clinical research studies, and assumed the role of Nurse Practitioner caring for the pulmonary/asthma and allergy population. Margaret is an active board member of Sigma Theta Tau, a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, and the American Nurses Association.
2018 Adult RN to BSN Nursing Students Persisting Toward Degree Completion. International Journal of nursing and Clinical Practice (invited to submit-pending acceptance) 2018 Developing unique interactive teaching strategies for both hybrid and online nursing programs. 2nd Global Conference on Nursing & Healthcare, London, UK, August 13(Abstract accepted) 2017 Adult Nursing Students Persisting Toward Degree Completion: A Case Study of an RN to BSN Accelerated Program at a Midwestern University. Published Abstract: National League for Nursing (NLN) Education Summit 2017 our Community of Colleges, San Diego, September 14 2017 Adult RN to BSN Nursing Students Persisting Toward Degree Completion Published Abstract: Sigma Theta Tau International 44th Biennial Convention, October 28 2016: Adult Nursing Students Persisting Toward Degree Completion: A Case Study of an RN to BSN Accelerated Program at a Midwestern University. Benedictine University, Lisle, IL