Julius Johnson


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Julius Johnson

1 212 992 9440

NEW YORK, NY 10010
United States

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Julius Johnson joined NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing in 2023 as a clinical associate professor in the undergraduate and graduate programs. Johnson has a DNP from the University of Miami (2016), an MS in Family Health from Binghamton University (2009), and a BS with a major in nursing degree from Binghamton University (2005). He has been a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner for 14 years specializing in home-based primary care, transitional care (reducing 30-day rehospitalization rates), and translational community improvement projects. Johnson is passionate about improving the overall health of underserved communities, men’s health, and opioid overdose prevention.

He is the immediate past president of the Greater NYC Black Nurses Association, the chapter’s founding 1st vice president, and currently sits on the national board of directors for the National Black Nurses Association. He is also the co-chair of the National Black Nurses Association’s scholarship committee. He currently serves as the clinical director of the GNYC Black Nurses Association’s Opioid Overdose Prevention Program. He is the founding president of the Omega Nu chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society at LIU-Brooklyn. Johnson has received several awards including NBNA’s 40 under 40 award (2018), NBNA’s Trailblazer of the Year award (2021), and led the GNYC-BNA to best community service programming chapter (2021). Johnson was inducted as a fellow in the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (2022).

DNP - University of Miami (2016)
MS - Binghamton University (2009)
BS - Binghamton University (2005)

Adult health
Community/population health
Primary care

American Association of Nurse Practitioners
American Nurses Association
National Black Nurses Association (Greater NYC chapter)
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, Beta Tau chapter, Omega Nu chapter

Faculty Honors Awards

Fellow, American Association of Nurse Practitioners (2022)
Community leader of the year, Pi Phi Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha (2022)
City of New York Certificate of Recognition (2022)
Trailblazer award, National Black Nurses Association (2021)
Certificate of Leadership, Schwartz College of Pharmacy at LIU-Brooklyn (2019)
40 under 40 award, National Black Nurses Association (2018)
Decker School of Nursing Community Serviceman of the year award (2005)
Mary E. Mahoney Leadership and Service award (2005)


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