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Lawrence M. Johnson, PhD, MHA, MA

Associate Professor

larry.johnson53 Office Phone: (210) 221-6637
Email: larry.m.johnson53.civ@mail.mil

Education:

  • 2000 - PhD
    Saint Louis University, School of Public Health
    St. Louis, Missouri

  • 1984 - MHA
    Baylor University
    Waco, Texas
  • 1977 - MA
    Webster University
    St. Louis, Missouri

  • 1975 - BS
    Colorado State University
    Ft. Collins, Colorado

Courses:

  • US Healthcare System
  • Healthcare Marketing Management
  • Organizational Behavior and Theory
  • Human Resource Management

Professional Affiliations:

  • Fellow, American College of Health Care Executives (ACHE)
  • Member, Association of University Programs in Health Administration
  • Life Member, Army-Baylor Alumni Club
  • Life Member, Federal Health Care Executives Institute Alumni Association
  • Member, Upsilon Phi Delta Honor Society

Select Publications:

Mangelsdorff, A.D., Johnson, L. M., and Scales, L.A., Army-Baylor Oral History 60 Year Project, 37 Interviews Completed. 2012.

Kim, F.S., Johnson, L.M., and Mangelsdorff, A.D., et.al. Baylor URC Grant Award, Interpersonal Skills of Young Healthcare Executives, 23 Interviews Completed. 2012.

Johnson, L.M. The Effect of Military Experience on Civilian and Military Healthcare Facility CEO Leadership Development, Behaviors, and Outcomes. Dissertation. 2000

Parent’s Evolving Role in Student Development, Keynote Speaker, Baylor University, School of Engineering and Computer Sciences Parent’s Weekend Dinner, October 2008.

Mentoring: Promoter of Leader Development, Guest Lecturer Baylor University, LDS 1101, Leadership Development Seminar for Engineering Students, September 2006.

ACHE Fellow to Student Mentoring Program – Lessons Learned, Keynote Speaker, American College of Healthcare Executives, South Texas Chapter, Summer Educational Program:, July 2004.

Team Building Seminar Leader: Good to Great: Presented employee survey analytical results to Executive Committee, Professional Performance Development, San Antonio, Dec 2003.