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IMG_1868_Gideon Johnson

Mr Gideon Johnson PhD Candidate, MSc, PGDip, PGCert, RN (UK,US,AUS)

Senior Teaching Fellow

Pronouns

he/him

Biography

Gideon Johnson is a Senior Teaching Fellow in Adult Nursing at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery and Palliative Care at Kings College London, boasting over a decade of diverse clinical experience spanning three continents. With a background as a senior nurse leader, practice educator, and senior specialist nurse clinician specialising in adult trauma Intensive Care Units (ICUs) and critical care, Gideon holds current, unencumbered practice licenses in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.His unwavering commitment to the nursing profession and the service of humanity is the driving force behind his remarkable career.

Gideon’s educational journey reached its pinnacle with an advanced master’s degree in Nursing and three postgraduate diplomas. Currently, in the final year of his Doctor of Philosophy degree, his research focus lies in critical care and nurse education. Gideon has pioneered a groundbreaking voice reorientation program for delirium management in adult ICUs, utilising mixed-method methodologies.

Recognised for academic excellence, Gideon has earned scholarships and prestigious titles, including Citizen Scholar, United Nations Humanitarian Affairs Peace Ambassador, and Distinguished Alumni of the Year Award recipient.

As a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community and a trans ally, Gideon actively champions multiculturalism and supports initiatives addressing health and social inequities.

Teaching

  • Adult Nursing 2 & 3
  • Work-Based Learning