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Having retired from his full time post, Martin Johnson is now Emeritus Professor in Nursing and pursues academic interests in nursing history and nursing ethics. He trained and practiced as a nurse at Manchester Royal Infirmary completing his education at Manchester University. He has wide experience of nursing education most recently at the University of Salford, Greater Manchester, England.
He was previously Professor and Head of Department at the University of Central Lancashire (1997 – 2001) and before that held substantive posts at the Universities of Manchester, Huddersfield and Sheffield Hallam.
His Nursing Power and Social Judgement, Ashgate, Aldershot (1997) examined the social context of a hospital ward, offering insights into the way that nurses and their patients negotiate, or struggle, for the power to achieve their goals through judgemental labelling. His book Research Ethics in the Real World (co-edited with Tony Long) published by Elsevier/Churchill Livingstone in January 2007 takes a consequential approach to real life research ethics and governance problems.
Martin has worked on funded projects into older people coping with loneliness and worked with the Universities of Dundee, Sheffield and Scottish NHS colleagues on an evaluation of fitness for practice and ‘flying start’ in Scotland. Martin is doing fieldwork funded by Salford PCT and the Burdett Trust for Nursing in Nursing Homes in Salford examining educational and clinical issues of care at the end of life. In the 2008 exercise he was a member of the Research Assessment sub-panel for nursing and midwifery and acted again as a Research Excellence Framework Sub-Panel Member in the 2014 Exercise. From 2003 to 2010 he was Editor in Chief of Nurse Education Today and has served as a member of the Royal College of Nursing Ethics Committee.
He was joint holder, with Natalie Yates-Bolton of an Erasmus/British Council Intensive Programme Award for ‘Huropel’ (Human Rights, Older People and End of Life Care) 99,000 Euros per year (approx). Two-week workshops were held in Salford in April 2011, the University of Saimaa, Lappeenranta, Finland, in April 2012 and the University of the auvergne, Clermont Ferrand, France in 2013.
Martin is now joint-co-ordinator with Natalie Yates-Bolton and Elizabeth Collier of a European curriculum development project in postive dmentia care (POSADEM), working with Universities in Ireland, Finland, the Netherlands, Austria and the UK.
He is currently president of the Manchester Royal Infirmary Nurses' Fellowship.
Two day international conference in association with the University of the Auvergne, Clermont Ferrand and other stakeholders such as Age UK, the Alzheimer's Society and people living with dementia.
The Third International Nursing Education Conference. Co-chair with Karen Holland