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Nursing Leadership Student Steps Up During Pandemic

Susannah Manupule, an MSN Leadership Education student, already is a leader in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps.

A captain stationed at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany, she is the assistant clinical nurse officer in charge (ACNOIC) of the Mother/Baby Unit.

Besides her studies at Wilmington University, Capt. Manupule has an exceptionally busy work schedule because of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the primary Army leader on her clinical floor, she leads by example and has stepped up to care for coronavirus patients whenever she is needed, including pulling night shifts and call time for both the day and night teams.

A certified lactation counselor, Capt. Manupule’s expertise is in obstetrical nursing. She has served in the Army Nurse Corps for 10 years. Prior to being stationed in Germany, she worked as a labor and delivery nurse at Tripler Army Medical Center in Hawaii, where she was born and raised, and Bassett Army Community Hospital in Alaska. 

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