Malynnda Johnson, PhD
Board Member – Patient Advocate Certification Board
Malynnda Johnson, PhD believes being an advocate means providing an ear to hear questions patients have, eyes to see concerns that one might not know how to express, and a voice to help all involved navigate the complex world of health.
Malynnda is an Associate Professor at Indiana State University. Teaching and researching health communication provides multiple opportunities to work closely with students, patients, medical providers, and health-oriented organizations.
Her research focuses on difficult conversations surrounding health, including prevention, and testing for sexually transmitted illness, gender communication, mental health, and death and dying.
Malynnda will speak Saturday morning:
From the PACB: Job Task Analysis Study: Results/Reflection and Insight into the Future