Peer Reviewed Journals

  • 2010 K. Johnson et. al. Gender Based Violence and Human Rights Violations in Eastern Democratic Republic of
    Congo (DRC): The Health Consequences on Individuals, Families and the Community. JAMA.
  • 2011 P. Patel, J. Russell, K. Allden, T. Betancourt, P. Bolton, A. Galappatti, Z. Hijazi, K. Johnson et. al.
    Transitioning Mental Health and Psychosocial Support: From Short-Term Emergency to Sustainable Post-
    Disaster Development. Humanitarian Action Summit 2011. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2011;26(6).
  • 2012 K. Johnson et. al. Former Combatants in Liberia: The Burden of Possible Traumatic Brain Injury Amongst
    Demobilized Combatants. Military Medicine. 2012;177(5) 531-540.
  • 2012 J. Scott, S. Polak, M. Kisielewski, M. McGraw Gross, K. Johnson et. al. A Mixed-Methods Assessment of
    Sexual and Gender-based Violence in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo to Inform National and
    International Strategy Implementation. International J Health Planning and Management. 2012. Published
    online in Wiley Online Library, available at: DOI: 10.1002/hpm.2144.
  • 2013 F. Burkle, A. Walls, J. Heck, B. Sorensen, H. Cranmer, K. Johnson et. al. Academic Affiliated Training
    Centers in Humanitarian Health Part 1: Program Characteristics and Professionalization Preferences of
    Centers in North America. Prehosp Disast Med. 2013:28(2) 1-8.
  • 2013 K. Johnson et. al. Standardized Training for Humanitarian Workers: The First Step Toward
    Professionalization of the Humanitarian Community. Disast. Med Public Health Preparedness. 23 April 2013
    Published online, available at:
  • 2014 H. Cranmer, J. Chan, S. Kayden, A. Musani, P. Gasquet, P. Walker, F. Burkle, K. Johnson. Pathway to
    Professionalization: A Competency-Based Evaluation of Humanitarian Aid Workforce Personnel During a
    Humanitarian Crisis Simulation Exercise. Prehosp Disast Med. 2014:29(1).
  • 2014 L. Lynn, A-M. de Brower, A. Smeulers, J-C. Rosa, M. Kisielewski, K. Johnson, J. Scott, J. Wieczorek. The
    Use of Population-Based Surveys at the International Criminal Court: A Case Study of Democratic Republic
    of Congo. International Criminal Justice Review. 2014:24(1).
    2014 K. Johnson et. al. A National Population-Based Assessment of Election-Related Violence During 2007 in
    Kenya. Conflict and Health. 2014:8(2).
  • 2014 M-R. B-Lajoie, J. Hulme, K. Johnson. Payday, Ponchos, and Promotions: A Qualitative Analysis of
    Perspectives from Non-Governmental Organization Program Managers on Community Health Workers
    Motivation and Incentives. Human Resources for Health 2014:12(66).
  • 2017 F.M. Burkle, T. Erickson, J. von Schreeb, S. Kayden, A. Redmond, E.Y. Chan, F. Della Corte, H. Cranmer,
    Y. Otomo, K. Johnson, N. Roy. The Solidarity and Health Neutrality of Physicians in War and Peace. PLOS
    Currents Disasters. 20 January 2017.
  • 2017 A. Evans, J. Hulme, P. Nugus, H. Cranmer, M. Coutu, K. Johnson. An Electronic Competency-Based
    Evaluation Tool for Assessing Humanitarian Competencies in a Simulated Exercise. Pre-Hospital Disaster
    Emergency Medicine 2017:1-8. 21. February 2017.
  • 2018 A. Albina, A. Archer, M. Boivin, H. Cranmer, K. Johnson et. al. International Emergency Medical Teams
    Training Workshop Special Report. Prehosp Disast Med. 2018:33(3). Pages 335-338.
  • 2019 A. Collier, G. Marton, S. Chun, C. Nijssen-Jordan, S. Bartels, S. Pulfrey, E. Lang, M. Schull, M. Landes, K.
    Johnson. CAEP 2018 Academic Symposium: Recommendations for Developing and Supporting Global
    Emergency Medicine in Canadian Academic Emergency Departments and Divisions. CJEM.
  • 2020 D. Sinclair, P. Toth, Y. Mawji, D. Petrie, J. Foote, P. Pageau, D. Messenger, J. McEwen, C. Snider, J. Morris,
    A. Chochinov, K. Johnson. Health Human Resources for Emergency Medicine – A Framework for the
    Future. CJEM. 2020:22(1):40-44.

Reviews and Book Chapters

  • 2011 R. Venugopal, K. Coppock, K. Johnson, J. Liu, M. McHarg, P. Parmar, S. Kayden. Chapter 88: Global
    Humanitarian Medicine and Disaster Relief in: Wilderness Medicine. Paul Auerbach (Ed.), 2011 Elsevier.
  • 2011 P. Forage, K. Johnson (Eds.), Humanitarian Operations: A Field Guide. McGill University, Montreal, QC, and
    Indian River State College, Indian River, FL, v1.3 Fall 2011.
  • 2012 K. Johnson, G. Morantz, H. Seignior, T. Zayed, S. Whitman. From Youth Affected by War to Advocates of
    Peace: Roundtable Discussion with Former Child Combatants from Sudan, Sierra Leone and Cambodia.
    International Journal of Peacekeeping. 2012;16(1-2).
  • 2012 L. Lawry, K. Johnson, J. Asher. Evidence-Based Documentation of Gender-Based Violence in: New Series
    on Transitional Justice in: Prosecuting Sexual Violence as an International Crime: Interdisciplinary
    Approaches. Anne-Marie de Brouwer (ed.), Charlotte Ku (ed.), Renée Römkens (ed.), Larissa van den
    Herik (ed.) Series on Transitional Justice, Volume 12 September 2012 | ISBN 978-1-78068-002-6.
  • 2012 K. Johnson. Professionalizing Humanitarian Action in: Dilemmas, Challenges, and Ethics of Humanitarian
    Action: Reflections On Médecins Sans Frontières’ Perception Project. Caroline Abu-Sada (Ed.), Published
    for Médecins Sans Frontières, McGill Queens University Press, Montreal, QC, Canada. September 24,
    2012. Available at: http.//
  • 2015 B. Lampard, K. Coppock, K. Johnson, L. Oddy, S. Kayden, J, Liu, M. McHarg, P. Parmar, M. Spitzer, R.
    Venugopal. Chapter 88: Global Humanitarian Medicine and Disaster Relief in: Wilderness Medicine. Paul
    Auerbach (Ed.), 2015 Elsevier.
  • 2016 D. Hilhorst, N. Raymond, K. Johnson et. al. Statement of Commitments from Humanitarian Scholars at
    World Humanitarian Summit 2016. Available at:

Technical Reports

  • 2019 P. Teitlebaum, L. Oddy, K. Johnson. Pilot Evaluation to Assess the Impact of eLearning on Humanitarian Aid
    Work. Produced for The Humanitarian Leadership Academy UK, Medair Geneva and Humanitarian U,
    Montreal, Canada, 2019.

Popular Media

  • 2012 K. Johnson. Not Just A Cause. Field Notes. Outpost Magazine. 2012(90):71-73.
  • 2012 Ni Sisi. Street-theatre production in Kenya. Co-created by N. Redding and K. Johnson. Directed by Nick
    Redding featuring S.A.F.E.. Toured in Kenya Fall 2012. See
  • 2013 Ni Sisi. Feature-length film made in Kenya. Directed by N. Redding, performed by S.A.F.E. actors writing
    assistance by K. Johnson. Released in theatres in Kenya Spring 2013. See and