Frederick Salvatore Johnson

Assistant Professor of the Practice in Family Medicine and Community Health
200 Morris Street, 3rd Floor, Suite 3100, Durham, NC 27701
(919) 681-4220
f.johnson@duke.edu

Population Health Improvement

Correlation of Health and Social Determinants

Poverty, Race and Chronic Trauma

Social Capacity and Community Engagement

Community Health

Chronic Disease Care Management and Clinical Delivery Systems

Patient Self Management and Self Efficacy

Community Resource Design and Development 

Community Health Informatics         

Education and Training

  • Wake Forest University, M.B.A. 1993

Publications

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Zullig LL, McCant F, Silberberg M, Johnson F, Granger BB, Bosworth HB. Changing CHANGE: adaptations of an evidence-based telehealth cardiovascular disease risk reduction intervention. Translational behavioral medicine. 2018 Mar;8(2):225-232. PubMed PMID: 29432589.

Ngo S, Shahsahebi M, Schreiber S, Johnson F, Silberberg M. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Community and Hospital Medical Record Integration on Management of Behavioral Health in the Emergency Department (Accepted). Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research. 2017 Nov 9:1-8.

Eisenstein EL, Willis JM, Edwards R, Anstrom KJ, Kawamoto K, Fiol GD, Johnson FS, Lobach DF. Randomized Trial of Population-Based Clinical Decision Support to Facilitate Care Transitions. Studies in health technology and informatics. 2017 Jan;234:98-103. PubMed PMID: 28186023.

Pollak KI, Nagy P, Bigger J, Bilheimer A, Lyna P, Gao X, Lancaster M, Watkins RC, Johnson F, Batish S, Skelton JA, Armstrong S. Effect of teaching motivational interviewing via communication coaching on clinician and patient satisfaction in primary care and pediatric obesity-focused offices. Patient education and counseling. 2016 Feb;99(2):300-303. PubMed PMID: 26320822.

Johnson FS. The Role of Early Wins in Long-Term Success. In: The Practical Playbook: Public Health and Primary Care Together. Oxford University Press, USA; 2015 Oct 30. p. 95-99. (Chapter)

Lobach DF, Kawamoto K, Anstrom KJ, Silvey GM, Willis JM, Johnson FS, Edwards R, Simo J, Phillips P, Crosslin DR, Eisenstein EL. A randomized trial of population-based clinical decision support to manage health and resource use for Medicaid beneficiaries. J Med Syst. 2013 Feb;37(1):9922-. PubMed PMID: 23321963.

Willis JM , Edwards R, Anstrom KJ, Johnson FS, Del Fiol G, Kawamoto K, Allen lapointe NM, Eisenstein EL, Lobach DF. Decision Support for Evidence-Based Pharmacotherapy Detects Adherence Problems but Does Not Impact Medication Use. In: Courtney KL, Shabestari O, Kuo A, editors. Enabling Health and Healthcare Through ICT. IOS Press; 2013. p. 116-125.

Willis JM, Edwards R, Anstrom KJ, Johnson FS, Del Fiol G, Kawamoto K, Lapointe NMA, Eisenstein EL, Lobach DF. Decision support for evidence-based pharmacotherapy detects adherence problems but does not impact medication use. Stud Health Technol Inform. 2013;183:116-125. PubMed PMID: 23388267.

Silberberg M, Yarnall KSH, Johnson F, Sangvai D, Patel R, Yaggy SD. Neighborhood clinics: An academic medical center-community health center partnership. In: Free Clinics: Local Responses to Health Care Needs. 2013 Jan 1. p. 70-76.

Silberberg M, Yarnall KSH, Johnson F, Sangvai D, Patel R, Yaggy SD. Neighborhood clinics: An academic medical center-community health center partnership. In: Project Muse 4. DUMMY PUBID; 2013. p. 70-76.

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