Linda Johanson

Dr. Johanson has published several manuscripts in scholarly journals, and has presented research both nationally and internationally. Her research interest is nursing education, and she has been the recipient of several teaching awards including the Bost Distinguished Professor Award (2008) and the UNCC Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award (2001). Dr. Johanson has also been a regular participant of medical mission work since 1997 having traveled to Russia, Honduras, Mexico, Uganda, Myanmar, Guatemala, and the Philippines. She is also an avid distance runner, reader of fiction, and enjoys going to theater.

There are 18 included publications by Linda Johanson :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Cultural Sensitivity: Beyond First Impressions 2007 287 No Abstract
Dare To Discipline 2012 245 abstract unavailable
Encouraging Honesty: A Nursing Imperative 2010 1530 Academic dishonesty, whether intentional cheating or plagiarism, or unintentional sharing of work or confusion about referencing, is nothing new to the college environment but is especially disturbing within nursing. The integrity of the nursing prof...
Handling Student Excuses 2011 717 No Abstract
How Do New BSN Nurses Perceive Their Nursing Education? 2013 639 No Abstract
The Implementation Of A Study Abroad Course For Nursing 2006 581 No Abstract
Lessons From Jing 2004 345 abstract unavailable
Mud Hut Learning 2018 74 As a nurse educator for the past 30-plus years, I am comfortable teaching in most classroom or clinical environments. In fact, I view teaching as one of my spiritual gifts. Romans 12:6-7 (NIV) states: “We have different gifts, according to the grace ...
No Excuses: Consistent Christian Living 2002 275 abstract unavailable
Service Learning: Deepening Students’ Commitment To Serve 2009 276 abstract unavailable
Short-term Mission: A Family Affair. 2004 280 abstract unavailable
Six Principles For Remaining Positive In A Negative Work Environment 2019 150 Nurses employed in a caustic work environment can find their ability to give quality patient care impeded. Situations in which there is incivility, high stress, jealousy, or harassment, exemplify work environments that can be discouraging, especially...
A Tale of Two Patients 2006 324 Abstract Unavailable
Teaching The Millennial Generation: Considerations For Nurse Educators 2012 6021 No abstract
Teaching Using G.R.O.W.T.H 2000 287 abstract unavailable
Tips For Succeeding With Internet Courses 2001 445 No abstract
Unexpected Lessons From Short-Term Mission 2008 259 abstract unavailable
A Voice From The Past: A Colleague's Chance Encounter Provided A Valuable Lesson 2006 218 No Abstract