Honors and Awards
- Best Practices Award for Distance Learning Programming – Silver (2008) Awarded by: U.S. Distance Learning Association Awarded for: Nurses on the Front Line: Preparing for and Responding to Emergencies and Disasters -- The National Nurse Emergency Preparedness Initiative (NNEPI) Course Developers: Jean E. Johnson, PhD, FAAN, Ellen M. Dawson, PhD, ANP, Kimberly D. Acquaviva, PhD, MSW, and Laurie Posey, EdD
- Sigma Theta Tau International 2009 International Computer-Based Professional Education Technology Award Awarded to: Awarded for: "Nurses on the Front Line: Preparing for and Responding to Emergencies and Disasters." Awarded to Course Developers: Jean E. Johnson, PhD, FAAN, Ellen M. Dawson, PhD, ANP, Kimberly D. Acquaviva, PhD, MSW, and Laurie Posey, EdD
- 6TH Annual Healthcare and Aging Award (2005) Awarded by: The Healthcare and Aging Network of the American Society on Aging in collaboration with the Pfizer Medical Humanities Initiative Awarded for: Caregiving at Life’s End: The National Train-the-Trainer Program Project Co-Directors: Acquaviva, K., Brandt, K., and Egan, K.
- Excellence in Research Award (2003) Awarded by: The Center for Hospice, Palliative Care and End-of-Life Studies at the University of South Florida Awarded for: “Caregiving at Life’s End: The National Needs Assessment” Investigators: Salmon, J., Kwak, J., Acquaviva, K., Brandt, K., and Egan, K.
- Award of Excellence in Education (2003) Awarded by: The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization Awarded for: “Caregiving at Life’s End: The National Train-the-Trainer Program” Category: Education Program for Patients and Families Project Co-Directors: Acquaviva, K., Brandt, K., and Egan, K.
- Fulbright Senior Specialist Roster Candidate (2007-2012)
- NURS 407: Grant Writing (2008-present)
- NURS 403: Translating Research Into Practice (2008-present)
- HSCI 270: Research Methods I (2006-2008)
- ELC 203: The Business of Dying (2004-2009)
- Practice of Medicine I – Psychosocial Mentor (2007-2008)
- Practice of Medicine II - Psychosocial Mentor (2004, 2005-2006, 2008-2009)
- Practice of Medicine III – Psychosocial Mentor (2006-2007)
Kimberly D. Acquaviva, Ph.D., M.S.W.
Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs
The George Washington University School of Nursing
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