Mary K. Madsen conducts research on “Reducing Barriers to Prenatal Care in African American Teens.” Madsen studies students’ perception of their own and other disciplines using the Interprofessional Perception Scale (IPS). She retired from UWM in 2013.
Madsen, M. K. & Wiggins, C. (2011). Asychronous Distance Education (E-Learning) in a Healthcare Administration Program. Published proceedings of the 47th MBAA International Conference, Business and Health Administration Association.
Wiggins, C. & Madsen, M. K. (2011). Ideas that Work in Healthcare Management Education. Annual Meeting of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA). Poster Session.
Ward, T. S., Mori, N., Patrick, T. B., Madsen M. K., & Cisler, R. A. (2010). Influence of Socioeconomic Factors and Race on Birth Outcomes in Urban Milwaukee. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 109(5), 254-260.
Reeves, T. C., Arnold, P. J., & Madsen, M. K. (2008). The GATS: Challenge to US Health Services’ Competitive Position and Institutional Logics. Proceedings of the 44th International Conference, Business and Health Administration Association.
Opyd, H., Racadio, R. E., Bradford, L., Madsen, M. K., & Allen, M. (2008). Relationship Between Prenatal Care and Birth Outcomes for African American Teen Mothers. Published proceedings of the MBAA International Conference, specifically for the BHAA.
Knight, J., & Madsen, M. K. (2008). Barriers to Adequate Prenatal Care for African American and Hispanic/Latina Women in the United States: A Review of the Literature. Published proceedings of the MBAA International Conference, specifically for the BHAA.
Reeves, T., Arnold, P. J., Madsen, M. K., & Stegall, S. (2008). Multilater Trade Negotiations and Healthcare in the United States: Strategic Implications for Healthcare Managers. Published proceedings of the MBAA International Conference, specifically BHAA.
Reeves, T. C., Stegall, M. S., Fitzpatrick, P. G., & Madsen, M. K. (2007). Palliative Care in the Hospice Setting. Journal of Pain & Palliative Care, 18(1), Spring.