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Susan Murdock
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Nonprofit Studies
Courses Taught Research Methods Survey Design Program Evaluation Data Analysis Qualitative Data Quantitative Data
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Presentations

Murdock, S. J. (2011, March). Health care of Latino children with special health care needs. Presentation given at the Catholic Diocese of Richmond, Richmond, Va.

Murdock, S. J. (2011, February). Health care disparities among Africa American and Latino children with special needs. Presentation given at the Virginia Health Promotion for People with Disabilities, Richmond, Va.

Murdock, S. J. (2010, November). Results of focus groups targeting minority parents of children with disabilities. Presentation given at the Partnership for People with Disabilities, Richmond, Va. 

Murdock, S. J. (2010, October). The experiences of Latino parents of children with special health care needs. Presentation given at Collabradoes Juntas, Chestervield, Va.

Murdock, S. J. (2010, September). Healthcare disparities: Experiences of Latino families with children who have special needs. Presentation given for Hispanic Heritage Month at the Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, Va.

Murdock, S. J. (2009, November). Mammography faculity survey for disability access. Presentation given at the Virginia Health Promotion for People with Disabilities, Richmond, Va.

Professional Experience
Program Evaluator (2005-Present)

Partnership for People with Disabilities, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond

Selected Publications
Books

Murdock, S. J. (2011). Health status of Virginians with disabilities 2007-2009: An analysis of behavioral risk factor surveillance system data. Virginia Health Promotion Project, Partnership for People with Disabilities, Virginia Commonwealth University.

Education
B.S., Virginia Commonwealth University 1977
Sociology, Anthropology, Psychology
M.S.W., Virginia Commonwealth University 1981
Macro Social Work
Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University 2006
Social Work
Contact Information
Special Programs Building
(804) 289-8133