Dr. Anne Marie McCauley is the director of Immaculata’s undergraduate programs in allied health and health care management in the Department of Health, Nutrition and Exercise Science. She has served at Immaculata University as an assistant professor since 2015. Prior to this, she held teaching positions at secondary institutions training students in the health care field.
Dr. McCauley served as regional advisor to HOSA and served as a board member for the state of Pennsylvania for three years. She also served as a HOSA facilitator for Pennsylvania’s state and national competition involvement. Dr. McCauley remains actively licensed as a registered nurse in Pennsylvania. While in her nursing program, she served as class president and student government president, and she received a March of Dimes national scholarship.
While in her doctoral program, Dr. McCauley was named to Who’s Who among Students in American Universities and Colleges. She was recognized by the administration for achieving a 4.0 in her doctoral program. She was also awarded membership in the Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society while attending Lebanon Valley College.
Dr. McCauley served in the health care field for over 22 years, working as an R.N. and serving in staff and supervisory clinical positions in areas such as pediatrics, outpatient surgery, oncology, adult and maternal child home health, newborn nursery, labor and delivery, surgery units, staff development and manager of a family practice office. Dr. McCauley is pleased to be able to share her medical experience and education and enjoys sharing her passion for health care with students.
- Medical Terminology
- Allied Health Seminars
- Health Ethics
- Introduction to Health Care
- Contemporary Issues in Health Care
- Health Care Leadership
- Allied Health Capstone Course for Professional Health Science
- Community Relations in Health Care
Academic integrity issues regarding health care faculty and students
Dissertation: “Academic Cheating Management for Nursing Faculty”
Literature Review: “Examining the Factors and Methods Used in Academic Cheating by High School Students”