Joan Murdock, PhD, MHSA

Joan Murdock, PhD, MHSA has ten years of experience as a health care professional and ten years of experience as an educator. She brings her expertise to UC as an Assistant Professor and the Director of the Master of Health Administration degree program. She is highly involved in leadership roles as the program director of the UC Physician Leadership Program, a faculty team member of the Institute of Health Research UC Health Professionals Education Collaborative and is also the founding member of the UC Latino Health Collaborative. She has also served as an Assistant Vice-President and Vice-President in the health care administration field.

Research Support

The Physicians Foundation, October 2011- August, 2013, Develop and Direct a Physician Leadership Program

Pfizer, Inc., September, 2010, Academic Health Center, Faculty Team, “Creating a Model of Inter Professional Care Through Team Teaching of Health Professions Learners in Healthcare Improvement”

Humana, Inc., 2005-2010-Develop and Direct a Physician Leadership Program for Community-Based Physicians in the Humana Network-“University of Cincinnati Physician Leadership Program”

Publications

“ A Successful Model of Leadership Development for Community Practice Physicians”. Accepted for Publication by the American College ofPhysician Executives, PHYSICIAN EXECUTIVE JOURNAL, March, 2011. Co-author, Craig Brammer, MA.

CANCER, Interdisciplinary International Journal of the American Cancer Society, January 1, 2001. “African-American and White head and Neck Cancer Patients at a University Medical Center: Are Treatments Provided And Outcomes Similar or Disparate?”

“Taking a Step Back to Make a Leap Forward: A Qualitative Survey of Underrepresented Minority Genetic Counselors” Co-Authors, N. Warren, V. Raymond (In Final Review).

Presentations and Invited Lectures

McNair Scholars Program, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, January, 2011, “Planning for a Research Design.”

Institute of Healthcare Improvement, Annual National Forum, December, 2010, Orlando, Florida, “Inter Professional Care Through Team Teaching of Health Professions Learners in Healthcare Improvement.”

Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana, “Women as Intercultural Leaders: Imagination, Innovation, Integrity,” Conference September 30-October 2, 2010, “Women Leaders Build Partnerships Through the University of Cincinnati Latino Health Collaborative.”

Symposium

Social Justice and Engaged Scholarship Symposium, April 4, 2008, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, “Authentic Community Engagement in Academic-Community Partnerships: Lessons We Are Learning,” Vaughn, L, Rojas-Guyler L., Co-authored with Murdock,J., Ireton, C., Genera,-Lewis, M., Diers,T., Britigan, D., Nino, V., Reddy, R., and Gomez, L.

Cincinnati Women’s Minority Network Annual Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, August, 2000, “Cultural Diversity in Health Care. 7th Biennial Symposium of Minorities, The Medically Underserved and Cancer, February, 2000, Intercultural Cancer Council, Washington, D.C., “African-American and White Head and Neck Cancer Patients at a University Medical Center: Are Treatments Provided and Outcomes Similar or Disparate?”

Honors and Awards

Awarded Honorable Mention – “Health Care Hero” Award by the Cincinnati Business Courier as a Founding Member and Active Participant in the University of Cincinnati Latino Health Collaborative March, 2009

University of Cincinnati, Faculty Development Award, 2007 “Improving Partnership Between UC and the Greater Cincinnati Latino Community: Cultural Competence in Teaching, Research and Service”

Certificate of Appreciation/Excellence University of Cincinnati McNair Scholars Program May, 2004, May, 2005, May, 2006

Committees and Service

United Way Healthcare Cabinet March, 2009-Present

Ethics Course Taskforce, CAHS, 2009-Present

Integrated Core Learning Taskforce, CAHS, 2009

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Institute of Healthcare Improvement Health Professions Education Team (2008-Present)

President’s Campaign Leadership Team (2008-Present)

Positions and Work Experience

12/2006-Present Program Director, Health Care Administration, College of Allied Health Sciences, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

09/2005-Present Program Director, Physician Leadership Program, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

09/2003-Present Assistant Professor, College of Allied Health Sciences, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

09/2002-Present Adjunct Assistant Professor, Honors Scholars Program, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

01/2002-06/2003 Health Care Consultant, Cincinnati, Ohio

03/1991-06/2001 Business Owner, Cincinnati, Ohio

03/1989-02/1991 Health Care Consultant, Cincinnati, Ohio

04/1988-02/1989 Hospital Administration/Management Executive Experience Vice President, Ambulatory and Rehabilitation Services, Deaconess Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio

09/1984-03/1988 Vice President, Ambulatory Care, Deaconess Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio

01/1984 – 08/1984 Assistant Vice President, The Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio

1982-1984 Consultant, American College of Surgeons, Commission on Cancer

11/1980-12/1983 Administrative Assistant, The Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio

10/1979-11/1980 Administrative Coordinator, The Christ Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio

7/1979-09/1979 Consultant, Greater Flint Area Hospital Assembly, Flint, Michigan

05/1978-08/1978 Health Planner, GLS Health Systems Agency, Flint, Michigan

10/1976-07/1977 Tumor Registry Coordinator, St. Joseph Hospital, Flint, Michigan

09/1975-05/1976 Carney Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts

Education

Institution: Union Institute and University, Cincinnati, Ohio PhD 2000 Health Care Management

Institution: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan MHSA 1979 Health Behavior and Health Education

Institution: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1979 Specialist in Aging Certificate

Institution: Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, BA 1976 Sociology and Urban Studies

call to action
Post a Comment or Question

Leave a Reply


one + 2 =