Diane D. DePew


Dr. De Pew is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the College of Nursing & Health Professions at Drexel University where she is also a University Faculty Assessment Fellow. Her clinical areas have included medical surgical, oncology, critical care and open-heart recovery. Her teaching experience has been in professional development and academia. She has taught at the associate, baccalaureate, and graduate levels. Prior to coming to Drexel University, she was the Director of Education, Practice and Research in a hospital and worked on a virtual outreach center for psychological health and traumatic brain injury. She is board certified in Nursing Professional Development and as Nurse Educator. She has presented and published nationally and internationally. She continues to consult in areas of continuing education and evaluation. She brings her experiences to education, leadership and management concepts and applications.

Research Interests:

  • Assessment and Evaluation methods
  • Emotional Intelligence

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