School Nurses & Pediatricians Working Together on Mitigating COVID-19 in Schools
In Collaboration with Illinois Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics
Presented by: Dr. Daniel Johnson, MD.
Daniel Johnson, MD, is a respected physician, researcher and teacher. He is an expert in pediatric infectious diseases and in the care of HIV-infected children. Additionally, Dr. Johnson is committed to the development of community-based pediatric care in underserved areas, accomplished through partnerships with federally qualified health clinics and community hospitals. He works closely with area clinics and providers to expand the availability of pediatric primary care and specialty services on the South Side of Chicago.
Dr. Johnson’s clinical care focuses on inpatient and outpatient infectious diseases. Additionally, he was instrumental in the creation of two nonprofits that were critical to the development and expansion of services for HIV infected and exposed children and their families. He also founded the pediatric and adolescent HIV program at the University of Chicago Medicine. Throughout his career, Dr. Johnson has enjoyed teaching medical students and residents. He is published in the areas of HIV, infectious diseases, health outcomes and community medicine.
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