Professor, Editor of NUHS Journals
Claire Johnson is the Editor in Chief for National University of Health Sciences for the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, and Journal of Chiropractic Humanities. She has also served as the previous co-editor of the Journal of Sports Chiropractic and Rehabilitation and the Chiropractic Research Review. For the past ten years, she has served as the Peer Review Chair for the scientific papers for the Association of Chiropractic Colleges Educational conference, a conference that has recently combined with the Research Agenda Conference to form the ACC-RAC conference.
In addition to editing several books, Opportunities in Chiropractic Careers and Review Questions for the NBCE Examinations Part I and II, she has also authored papers in peer reviewed journals in the topics of educational, clinical, and historical research.
Her undergraduate degree from the University of California San Diego, Revelle focused in the subjects of Biology and Psychology. After her doctorate of chiropractic degree earned at the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1991, she continued her clinical education by completing a diplomate in sports chiropractic. After this, she received her master's degree in education from University of Southern California, through the Keck School of Medicine and Rossier School of Education. The focus of her master's project was the creation and implementation of evidence-based practice skills throughout a chiropractic curriculum, which included practical applications and appreciation for the scientific literature. Dr. Johnson earned a PhD in Public Health with a focus in epidemiology in 2016.