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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