Professor Martin Johnson
Emeritus Professor in Nursing
Now emeritus professor in nursing at the University of Salford, Manchester, UK, Martin’s Nursing Power and Social Judgement, Ashgate, Aldershot (1997) and his book Research Ethics in the Real World (co-edited with Tony Long) published by Elsevier/Churchill Livingstone in 2007 examine the context in which nurses and other health professionals make ethical decisions of various types. From 2003 to 2010 he was Editor in Chief of Nurse Education Today and a member of the 2014 Research Excellence Framework Sub-panel 3 (Allied Health, Dentistry, Nursing and Pharmacy).
Postgraduate supervision and contributions to various programmes
Nursing ethics, nursing history
Qualifications and Memberships
1978 Diploma in Nursing (Distinction) University of London
1981 Diploma in Advanced Nursing Studies, University of Manchester
1983 MSc in Nursing, University of Manchester
1993 PhD, University of Manchester
1974 SRN (Now RN), Manchester Royal Infirmary
1980 RMN (Now RN), University Hospital of South Manchester
1975 ENB Intensive Care Course (100)
1982 Registered Nurse Teacher & Clinical Nurse Teacher
Member, Royal College of Nursing Ethics Committee
Member, Royal College of Nursing Research Society
Member, HEFCE Research Excellence Framework Sub-Panel 3
Johnson, M., Magnusson, C., Allan, H., Evans, K., Ball, E., Horton, K. and Curtis, K., Westwood, K. (2015) ‘Doing the writing’ and ‘working in parallel’: issues with learning delegation and supervision in the emerging role of the newly qualified nurse. Nurse Education Today. 35, 2, e29-33 doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2014.11.020
Allan, HT., Magnusson, C., Horton, K., Evans, K., Ball, E., Curtis, K., Johnson, M. (2015) People, liminal spaces and experience: Understanding recontextualisation of knowledge for newly qualified nurses. Nurse Education Today. Doi: 10.1016/j.nedt.2014.10.018
Helminen, K., Coco, K., Johnson, M., Turinen, H., Tossavainen, K. (2015) Summative assessment of clinical practice of student nurses: a review of the literature. International Journal of Nursing Studies. Doi: 10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2015.09.14
Allan, HT., Magnusson, C., Horton, K., Evans, K., Ball, E., Curtis, K., Johnson, M (2016) Delegation and supervision of health care assistants’ work in the daily management of the uncertain and the unexpected in clinical practice: invisible learning among newly qualified nurses. Nursing Inquiry. (Accepted, In Press,).
Stievano, A., Bellass, S., Rocco, G., Olsen, D., Sabatino, L., Johnson, M. (2016) Nursing’s professional respect as experienced by hospital and community nurses. Nursing Ethics 1-19. sagepub.co.uk/journalsPermissions.nav 10.1177/0969733016664972 nej.sagepub.com
Recent Chapters in Books
Johnson, M. (2014) Research ethics IN, Mason Whitehead, E. and Mason, T. Key concepts in nursing and health care research. Sage Publications, London.
Johnson, M. and Long, T. (2014) Research Ethics In, Gerrish K and Lacey, E (Eds) The Research Process in Nursing 3rd Edition. Blackwell. London.
Johnson, M. (2015) Breve storia della ricerca infermieristica nel Regno Unito (p554-564), In, (Eds. Rocco, G., Cipolla, C. e Stievano, A. 2015) La storia del nursing e nel contesto internazionale. Laboratorio Sociologico. Francoangeli, Roma)