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Johnson

 [jon´son]
Dorothy E. Nursing educator and developer of the behavioral system model for nursing. Her chief interest has been in identifying the nature of service provided by nursing and in delineating the knowledge needed to provide that service.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

John·son

(jon'sŏn),
Frank B., 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Dubin-Johnson syndrome.

John·son

(jon'sŏn),
Frank C., U.S. pediatrician, 1894-1934. See: Stevens-Johnson syndrome.

John·son

(jon'sŏn),
Harry B., U.S. dentist. See: Johnson method.

John·son

(jon'sŏn),
Treat Baldwin, U.S. chemist, 1875-1947. See: Wheeler-Johnson test.
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Unlike the Shakespeare equivalent in Stratford, admission to the museum bearing Samuel Johnson's (1709-1784) name is free.
In his study of Samuel Johnson, Lee (English, Kentucky Wesleyan College) looks past the public persona to discover the mentors who helped Johnson become an emblem of self-creation.
The weekend will also see unveiling of newly commissioned permanent artwork by the Lichfield Garrick theatre and the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum to commemorate the historic anniversary.
Pamuk is best known in the UK for his novel My Name is Red, which was awarded the 2003 Impac Prize, and Istanbul, which was shortlisted for the BBC Four Samuel Johnson Prize and the British Book Awards History Nibbie, Publishing News reported.
It is often thought that Erasmus Darwin - another famous Lichfield son - and Samuel Johnson were intellectual rivals of the 18th century.
Arena: According To Beryl (BBC1, 9pm) BERYL Bainbridge's latest novel, According To Queeney, focuses on the relationship between Samuel Johnson and Hester Thrale and is considered by many people to be her best yet.
(1753-54), a project in which she was probably assisted by Samuel Johnson.
Samuel Johnson wrote his biography in The Lives of the Poets, although the account there of his birth and ill treatment is now generally disbelieved.
THERE will be a Georgian theme at this year's Lichfield Heritage Weekend in honour of author Samuel Johnson's 300th birthday.
The shortlist for the BBC Four Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction has been announced and it includes UK author and playwright Alan Bennett.
Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D., The Generally regarded as the greatest of English biographies, written by Boswell, James and published in two volumes in 1791.