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Dr ROBERT HENRY JOHNSON

Background

  • JOHNSON, Dr ROBERT HENRY was born on October 23, 1939 in Buffalo, New York, United States of America.

  • Education

    • Wheaton College, United States of America, 1957-1961, Bachelor of Science. State University of New York at Buffalo, 1961-1965, Doctor ol Medicine. Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene & Public Health, 1970-1971, Master of Public Health.

      Spoken languages: English, French.

    Career

    • Medical Officer, Maternal & Child Health & Family Planning Program, Family Health Division, World Health Organization since 1990. Medical Officer, Regional Training Centre in Family Health, World Health Organization, Mauritius, 1984-1990. Medical Officer/Regional Officer, HMD, World Health Organization Regional Office(s) for Africa, Congo, 1982-1984.

      Assistant Professor, Health Program Alliance, Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene & Public Health, 1979-1982. Assistant Professor, Health Association Program, Johns Hopkins University School of Health Services, 1976-1979. Director, Nursing Auxiliary Training School, Baptist Community of West Zaire, 1973-1976.

      Assistant Professor, Maternal & Child Health, Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene & Public Health, 1971-1972. Pediatrician, United States Army Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, 1968 70.

    Personality

    Interests

    Education of health professionals. Maternal and child health. Family; hiking; early keyboard instruments.

    Connections

    • Spouse Judith, National of United States of America.
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