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Julie Johnson, MD

Assistant Professor-CT
Emory Department of Family and Preventive Medicine

Mailing Address:
Emory Family Medicine Center
4500 North Shallowford Rd.
Suite B
Dunwoody, GA 30338

Biography

Specialty Boards and Other Training:

2013 Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO, Recertified

2009-present        Advanced Stroke Life Support

2011            Basic Life Support-Recertified

2011            Advanced Cardiac Life Support-Recertified

2009            Neonatal Resuscitation Program -Recertified      

2007             Specialty Boards:  American Board of Family Practice, Recertified

2006            Pediatric Advanced Life Support-Recertified

2000           Specialty Boards: American Board of Family Medicine, Diplomat, Certified

Education:

1987-1991         Bachelor of Science, Biology, Magna Cum Laude

Xavier University of Louisiana, New Orleans, LA

1991-1995         Doctorate of Medicine

Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA

Postgraduate Training:

1999-2000         State University of New York, Health Science Center at Brooklyn, Family Practice Fellowship Faculty Development/Women’s Health, Brooklyn, NY

 1996-1999        Pinnacle Health-Harrisburg Hospital/Polyclinic Medical Center, Family Practice Residency Program, Harrisburg, PA

1995-1996         Tulane University Medical Center, Internal Medicine-Internship/Preliminary, New Orleans, LA

Society Memberships:

2010-present        American Medical Women’s Association

2000-present        American Medical Association

1999-present        American Academy of Family Physicians

Formal Teaching:

Medical Student Teaching:

2012-present  Emory School of Medicine Ambulatory Care clerkship

Emory Family Medicine Clinic Dunwoody

2000-2006         Lecturer to  Morehouse Medical Students

2005-2006         Advisor, Morehouse School of Medicine Student

Graduate Program Teaching: 

2013 - present Emory Physician Assistant Students

Residency Program Teaching:

2012- present     Emory Family Medicine Residency Program

    Emory Family Medicine Clinic Dunwoody

    Emory University Hospital Midtown, Family Medicine inpatient service

2000-2006            Clinical Preceptor Morehouse Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students

Other categories:

2009-present        Speaker, Department of Family Medicine, Grand Rounds

2005-2006            NCPC Faculty Development Instructor

2002-2006            Clinical Preceptor, Women’s Health Procedures Clinic

2000-2006            AAFP Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics Course, Instructor

2003-2005            Director, MCH Summer Youth Mentorship Program

2000-2005            Mentor, MCH Summer Youth Mentorship Program

Research Interests:   Does Breast Feeding decrease to risk of child abuse?