Dr. Mudrick’s teaching and research are focused on social policies. Her research examines disability policy in the areas of civil rights, health, and employment. She has published on disability issues in employment, health, civil rights, and childhood disability. She works regularly with the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF), a non-profit disability advocacy organization. This work includes an evaluation of federal disability civil rights laws and assessment of the current state of health care for Americans with disabilities for the National Council on Disability. In addition to work on disability topics, she has directed federally-funded child welfare training grants and evaluated demonstration projects of child welfare services.
Health Care Under the ADA: A Vision or a Mirage (with Michael A. Schwartz), Disibility Health Journal (2010)
Problems in health care access are identified using recent studies documenting the health disparities experienced...
Rehabilitation Interventions (with Margaret A. Turk) (2012)
This volume in The SAGE Reference Series on Disability explores issues involving rehabilitation interventions and...
Response to the Data Challenges of the Affordable Care Act: Surveys of Providers to Assess Access to Care for People with Disabilities and the Presence of Accessible Exam Equipment (with Mary Lou Breslin and June Isaacson Kailes), American Public Health Association, Annual Meeting (2011)
Accessibility of Primary Health Care Settings for People with Disabilities (with Mary Lou Breslin, Mengke Liang, and Silvia Yee), American Public Health Association, Annual Meeting (2010)
People with disabilities report physical barriers in doctors’ offices that affect the quality of care....