Johnson, J.V. Participatory Action Research and the Struggle for Social Justice in the Workplace. New Solutions, 15, 61-66, 2005.
Johnson, J.V., Lipscomb, J. Long Working Hours, Occupational Health, and the Changing Nature of Work Organization. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 49(11), 921-929, 2006.
Johnson, J.V. Occupational Stress in Nursing: A literature Review. In Raphael, S., Malvarez, Silvina M. (Eds.) Quality of Care in Mental Health: Building Towards Evidence-Based Practice Through Best Practices. Washington, DC: PAHO, 2008.
Johnson, J.V. Transforming the Causes of Stress in Nursing Practice at the Personal, Organizational and Societal Levels: A Constructed Case-Study Narrative. In Raphael, S., Malvarez, Silvina M. (Eds.) Quality of Care in Mental Health: Building Towards Evidence-Based Practice Through Best Practices,Washington, DC: PAHO, 2008.
Johnson, J.V. Globalization, Workers' Power and Psychosocial Work Organization. Scandinavian Journal of Work Environment and Health, 2008.
Johnson, J.V. The Growing Imbalance: Class, Work and Health in an Era of Increasing Inequality. In Schnall, P., et al (eds.) Unhealthy Work: Causes, Consequences, Cures. Amityville, New York: Baywood Publishing Company, 2008.
Primary Teaching Areas:
NURS 769: Society, Health, and Social Justice
NURS 622: Systems and Populations in Health Care
NURS 628: Work, Stress, and Health Disparities
NURS 819: Research Seminar in Occupational and Environmental Health
PREV 664: Critical Issues in Global Health
Academic & Professional Activities:
Joint appointment as Professor of Epidemiology and Community Medicine at the University of Maryland Baltimore School of Medicine and co-course master and instructor in the MPH Global Health Program and instructor in the MPH Social and Behavioral Sciences program
Faculty appointment in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and lecturer in work environment and global health policy in the Department of Health Policy & Management
Member of the International Scientific Advisory Committee of the International Commission of Occupational Health‘s Section on Work Environment and Cardiovascular Disease
Member of the International Scientific Advisory Committee for the American Psychological Association and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health International Conferences onOccupational Stress and Health, 1992-2008.
Member of the steering committee and the strategic planning committee, University of Maryland Baltimore Multi-Disciplinary Network for Global Health, 2005-2007
Member of the scientific advisory and planning committee for the International Study of Nurses' Working Conditions