Clinical & Research Librarian

Contact Information
Norris Medical Library

2003 Zonal Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90089-9130


(323) 442-1121
robertej@usc.edu

Robert Johnson

Liaison For

Clinical & Research Services

Library Responsibilities

USC Hospitals and Clinics
Systematic review service
Scholarly communication

Contact me regarding

Support for USC clinical staff and personnel
Literature searching
Systematic review consultations
Scholarly communication
Mobile device apps and mobile-friendly resources (IOS, Android, etc.)

Educational Background

MLIS, Dominican University (St. Paul Campus)
BA, English Literature, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Selected Publications & Presentations

Lee, JH, Baker, LL, Johnson, RE, & Tilson, JK. Effectiveness of neuromuscular electrical stimulation for management of shoulder subluxation post-stroke: A systematic review with meta-analysis. Clinical rehabilitation, 2017. doi:10.1177/0269215517700696

Peterson, S, Su, JA, Szmuszkovicz, JR, Johnson, RE, & Sargent, B. Exercise capacity following pediatric heart transplantation: A systematic review. Pediatric transplantation, 2017. doi:10.1111/petr.12922

Morgan, C, Darrah, J, Gordon, AM, Harbourne, R, Spittle, A, Johnson, RE, & Fetters, L. Effectiveness of motor interventions in infants with cerebral palsy: a systematic review. Developmental medicine and child neurology, 2016. 58(9), 900-909. doi:10.1111/dmcn.13105

Johnson RE, and Saric K. Do medical librarians value MLA’s ethical code? Poster presented at: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; 2014 May; Chicago, IL.

Johnson RE, Linden D, and Mailander N. Building on a solid foundation: A new model for chapter meetings. Poster presented at: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; 2014 May; Chicago, IL.

Johnson RE. Beyond sabermetrics: building a framework for long-term problem solving using soft systems methodology. Paper presented at: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; 2012 May; Seattle, WA.

Johnson RE. Purchasing options in patron-driven acquisitions. Against the Grain. 2011 June;23(3):14-16.

Werner D, Theis-Mahon N, Johnson RE. The Accidental cohort: mentorship and cross-training in an academic health sciences library. Paper presented at: Medical Library Association Annual Meeting; 2007 May; Philadelphia, PA.

Johnson RE. From library school to career: finding your first professional position. MLA News. 2006 August; p.11