Rolanda Johnson PhD, MSN, RN
Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion
Assistant Dean for Academics, Associate Professor
Current Research/Scholarly Interests
- Health promotion of African-Americans
- Black racial identity
- Genetics & Obesity
Cook, T. & Johnson, R. (In Process). Perceived Pharmacy Needs of a Low Income Community.
Barlett, V. & Johnson, R. (2009). God and Genes in the Caring Professions: Clinician and Clergy Attitudes Towards Religion and Genetics. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 151C, 41-51.
Johnson, R., Williams, S., & Spruill, I. (2006). Genomics to health: Nutrition, obesity and diabetes. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 38(1), 1-8.
Frazier, L., Johnson, R., & Sparks, E. (2005). Genomics to health: Cardiovascular conditions. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 37(4),315-321.
Johnson, R. L. (2005). Gender differences on health promoting behaviors of African Americans. Journal of Public Health Nursing, 22(2), 130-137.
Johnson, R. L. (2005). Health promotion: A theoretical overview with an African American perspective comparison. Journal of Theory Construction and Testing, 9(1), 6-10.
- Journal of Genetic Counseling
- Human Genetics
- International Migration Journal
- National Black Nurses Association
- Nashville Chapter National Black Chapter Association
- Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society Iota Chapter