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    REGISTER NOW: NurseHack4Health on November 5-7
    Join us to innovate nurse retention and recruitment to reshape the workforce of the future.
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    Accelerating Nursing, Transforming Healthcare
    How do we transform healthcare to improve outcomes for all? Accelerated nurse leadership is the key. In collaboration with ANA and AONL, Johnson & Johnson set out to explore this more deeply, launching an insightful research report to help define a progressive path forward for nursing.
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    HIV/AIDS, COVID-19 and Nurses Tackling Health Equity With Billy Porter
    Join us for a special screening of the award-winning documentary '5B' and a fireside chat with nurses as we honor their contributions to transforming healthcare.
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    Nurse Leaders Disrupting Healthcare
    In the past year, nurses disrupted healthcare in transformational ways that improved patient outcomes in communities everywhere.
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    COVID Vaccine Facts for Nurses
    Providing nurses with verified, current, culturally relevant information about vaccine development, safety and distribution.
Johnson & Johnson Response to the Outbreak
For more information about the Company's response to the COVID-19 crisis and our support for frontline health workers
  • Proudly Advocating for, Elevating and Empowering All Nurses to Drive Transformative Health Change

    Johnson & Johnson has supported the nursing profession for over 120 years because we believe nurses are the backbone of health systems worldwide. Learn more about our commitment to nursing.

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  • Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge: Improving Access to Care
    Applications for the Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge: Improving Access to Care are closed. We look forward to announcing awardees in October together with AANP and APHN.

    Missed the deadline, but still have a great idea?
  • Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge on Mental Health
    We’re excited to announce the awardees of the Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge on Mental Health together with the American Psychiatric Nurses Association. Learn more about these nurse innovators and their ideas supporting potential new solutions to our mental health crisis.
  • Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge in COVID-19 Patient Care
    We’re excited to announce the awardees of the Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge in COVID-19 Patient Care together with the American Organization for Nursing LeadershipTM (AONL) and the Society of Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Entrepreneurs, & Leaders (SONSIEL). Learn more about these nurse innovators and their ideas that have the potential to improve patient care amid COVID-19.
  • 5B: A Remarkable Story

    Johnson & Johnson has a legacy in HIV that spans over 25 years, and we remain committed to driving innovation across the continuum of HIV care: prevention, treatment and cure. Learn more about the award-winning film 5B, proudly commissioned by Johnson & Johnson. 5B is on demand everywhere.

Innovate with us
Nurses are uniquely positioned to change the global trajectory of health for humanity. Johnson & Johnson is proud to support and elevate the impact of nursing by championing nurse-led innovation that can transform human health.
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  • Nurses Change Lives.

    Nurses bring knowledge, resourcefulness and deep patient experience to their work every day, improving the well-being of those in their care. Johnson & Johnson is proud to advocate for all nurses changing human health for the better.

Innovation 101
Down to their core, nurses carry a fundamental respect for human dignity and an intuition for patient needs. That's why they're natural innovators. If you'd like to learn more about nurse-led innovation, here's where you can get started.
Latest Nursing News
  • Shawna Butler speaking on a stage
    Shawna Butler, RN, MBA is a nurse economist, health tech catalyst, host of the SEE YOU NOW podcast, and above all—a relentless advocate for nurses everywhere. We spoke with Shawna about her career path, how she leverages her nursing expertise in a wide range of roles, and why she is so enthusiastic about the SEE YOU NOW podcast.
  • When COVID-19 swept across the country, it swiftly changed the ways in which healthcare was delivered. At the core of many of the shifts were nurses, who designed and led new models of care, new products and processes, new staffing models, and much more. To understand more about nurse-led efforts during the pandemic, Johnson & Johnson partnered with the American Nurses Association and American Organization for Nursing Leadership to carry out a series of qualitative studies, collectively called Accelerating Nursing, Transforming Healthcare (AN,TH). We interviewed 33 nurse leaders across the country to hear their stories of how nurses changed care delivery during COVID-19 and how these changes can be retained to strengthen the healthcare system moving forward.
  • For nearly 30 years, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy and dentistry students and more have taken healthcare to their surrounding community, perhaps where it’s needed most. The Farmworker Family Health Program, launched by a nurse leader at Georgia State in 1993, and carried on by Emory University in 2001, provides various students an opportunity to offer basic care for the underserved migrant farmworkers of Colquitt, Cook, Brooks, and Tift counties in southwest, GA. Learn about its inception and how it grew to a nurse-led, community-focused effort.
Supporting Nurses on the Frontlines of Care
Learn about independently developed continuing education resources available to nurses focused on addressing public health issues in communities
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