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Erin Johnson


Assistant Clinical Professor

R.N.-B.S.N. Completion Department
Undergraduate Nursing

267.359.5665 P
968 Three Parkway

Interested in the intersection between human and environmental health,  Professor Johnson has worked with a variety  of organizations focused on these areas. She served as an at-large member of the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association Environmental  Health  Committee, developed over 200 public conferences, seminars, workshops and round table discussions on environmental sustainability and public health for a Philadelphia nonprofit,  and chaired the Urban Sustainability Forum Steering Committee, a group of more than 15 regional organizations working to advance the sustainability of the Philadelphia region.  Professor Johnson has held prior positions with a Philadelphia-based domestic violence prevention program, at a public high school in the city, and volunteered her time at Puentes de Salud clinic and for the Farmacy project in Overbrook. 

Professor Johnson holds BSN, MSN and MPH degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. For Professor Johnson’s MPH capstone project, she researched the environmental health assessment practices of home health care nurses in Chester, PA.   She earned a BA in Environmental Studies from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.  In 2002, she hiked the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail from Mexico to Canada. 


Public health, environmental health

Research Interests:

Public health, environmental health

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