National University of Health Sciences
Claire Johnson, DC, MSEd, DACBSP is the Editor in Chief at the National University of Health Sciences for the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, and Journal of Chiropractic Humanities. She has also served as the previous co-editor of the Journal of Sports Chiropractic and Rehabilitation and the Chiropractic Research Review. For the past ten years, she has served as the Peer Review Chair for the scientific paper sessions for the Association of Chiropractic Colleges Educational and Research Agenda Conference. In addition to being the author/editor of Opportunities in Chiropractic Careers and Review Questions for the NBCE Examinations Part I and II, she has also authored papers in peer reviewed journals in the topics of educational, clinical, and historical research.
Her undergraduate degree from the University of California San Diego was focused in the subjects of Biology and Psychology. After her doctorate of chiropractic degree earned at the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1991, she continued her clinical education by completing a diplomate in sports chiropractic. After this, she received her master’s degree in health professions education from University of Southern California, through the Keck School of Medicine and Rossier School of Education. The focus of her master’s project was the creation and implementation of evidence-based practice skills throughout a chiropractic curriculum. Dr. Johnson is now pursuing a PhD in Public Health with a focus in epidemiology.
MSEd, University of Southern California
DC, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic
BA, University of California, San Diego
Johnson CD, Green, BN. (2008) Trends in articles published over the past 20 years in the Journal of Chiropractic Education: Country of origin, academic affiliation, and data versus nondata studies. J Chiropr Educ ;22(1):4–11. Link to publication
Johnson C. (2007) Poverty and human development: Contributions from and callings to the chiropractic profession. J Manipulative Physiol Ther ;30:551-556. Link to publication
Green BN, Johnson C. (2007) Use of a modified journal club and letters to editors to teach critical appraisal skills. Journal of Allied Health ;36:47-51. Link to publication
Johnson C, Green B. (2006) How to write a letter to the editor: an author’s guide. J Chiropr Med ;5:144-7. Link to publication
Green B, Johnson C. (2006) How to write a case report for publication. J Chiropr Med ;5:72-81. Link to publication
Johnson C. (2006) Repetitive, duplicate, and redundant publications: a review for authors and readers. J Manipulative Physiol Ther ;29:505-509. Link to publication
Johnson C. (2006) Best practices in syllabus writing: contents of a learner-centered syllabus. J Chiropr Ed 20(2): 139–144 Link to publication
Johnson C. (2006) Helpful hints: writing effective letters to the editor. J Manipulative Physiol Ther. ;29:415-416. Link to publication
Johnson C. (2006) Modernized Chiropractic reconsidered: beyond foot-on-hose and bones-out-of-place. J Manipulative Physiol Ther ;29(4):253-4. Link to publication
Johnson C. (2005) Transparency of research methods: proud to be a Naked Emperor. J Manipulative Physiol Ther ;28(6):377-8. Link to publication
Johnson C. (2005) Questioning the importance of authorship. J Manipulative Physiol Ther ;28(3):149-50. Link to publication
Johnson C. (2005) On the subject of human subjects. J Manipulative Physiol Ther ;28(2):79-80. Link to publication
Johnson C. (2005) Measuring pain. Visual analog scale versus numeric pain scale: What is the difference? J Chiropr Med ;4:32-38. Link to publication
Johnson C. (2004) Vioxx: What should we tell our patients? Journal of Chiropractic Medicine; 2004; 3:160-3. Link to publication
Green BN, Johnson C, McCarthy KA. Predicting academic success in chiropractic college. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics; 26(1):40-46. Link to publication
Keating JC, Johnson C. (2001) From Pacific States to Palmer West: The short life and legacy of the Northern California College of Chiropractic. Chiropractic History :21(1):51-70.
Moreau CE, Green BN, Johnson C, Moreau SR. (2001) Isometric back extension endurance tests: A review of the literature. J Manipulative Physiol Ther.;24(2):110-122. Link to publication
Stoddard JK, Johnson C. (2000) Conservative Treatment of a Patient with a mild acromioclavicular joint separation. Journal of Sports Chiropractic and Rehabilitation; 14(4):118-128.
Johnson C. (1999) Avoiding pedantism: a path to thoughtful teaching. Journal of Chiropractic Humanities September 1999.
Green BN, Johnson C, Maloney A. (1999) Effects of altering cycling technique on gluteus medius syndrome. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics; 22(2): 108-113. Link to publication
Johnson C, Green BN. (1998) Chiropractic education and critical thinking. Topics in Clinical Chiropractic 1998; 5(2): 34-40.
Green BN, Johnson C, Adams AH. (1998) Caveat emptor! Evaluate and maximize your technique seminar experience. Topics in Clinical Chiropractic; 5(2): 19-26.
Green BN, Johnson C, Andrew TL, Martin P. (1998) Improving historical research reports: a case report format and example in Arden Zimmerman, D.C. Journal of Chiropractic Humanities; 8(10):43-54.
Green BN and Johnson C. (1997) Chiropractic history research posters: active learning of research skills and chiropractic heritage. Chiropractic Journal of Australia 27(3): 127-31.
Johnson C, Green BN. (1997) Advertising in chiropractic, 1939 to 1944: an introspective look at the early years of the Chirogram. Chiropractic History 16 (2): 51-6. Link to publication
Nash J, Johnson C, Green BN. (1996) Hole In One: a history of its founding. Chiropractic History 16 (2): 76-80. Link to publication
Keating JC, Green BN and Johnson C. (1995) "Research" and "Science" in the first half of the chiropractic century. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics; 18 (6): 357-378. Link to publication
Johnson C. (ed) (2006) Mosby's Review Questions for the NBCE Examination: Parts I and II. Mosby: St Louis. Link to publication
Green BN, Johnson CD, Sportelli, L (2004) Opportunities in Chiropractic Careers, McGraw-Hill: New York. Link to publication
Green BN, Johnson CD. (2007) Chapter 6: Head Trauma in Sports in Hyde, TE and Gengenbachthe, MS (eds) Conservative Management of Sports Injuries, 2nd Edition by Jones and Bartlett: Boston. Link to publication