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Professor McManus teaches the NUR 3010/Physical Assessment course in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program. The course focuses on cultural competency and health assessment skills and techniques needed to perform a comprehensive health history and physical examination. Professor McManus is the co-coordinator of the NUR 3010 curriculum in the Nursing/BSN program, CUE representative, and serves as chairperson of the Awards Committee. Professor McManus is the NYCCT nursing faculty-liaison to the New York State Nurses Association and a member of the CUNY Nursing Discipline Council. She has taught nursing at Misericordia School of Nursing, Catholic Medical Center School of Nursing and Queensborough Community College. Her clinical experience was acquired at Albert Einstein Hospital, Montefiore Hospital, Montefiore-Morrisania Comprehensive Child Care Project, and as an Adult Nurse Practitioner in nursing homes. Professor McManus has a BS degree from Hunter College, an MA from New York University with a major in Community Health Nursing and a minor in Education. She also has a Post-Masters Certificate as an Adult Nurse Practitioner from Molloy College. Professor McManus believes that through teaching and mentoring students in a caring environment they are empowered to achieve their goal of joining the nursing profession.