Nurses are the unsung heroes of healthcare. Every day, their creativity, innovation, and healing touch change patients’ lives—and the world. Johnson & Johnson is proud to advocate for those changing human health in this dynamic profession.
Got a great idea for improving human health?
Submit it to the new Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate Quickfire Challenge, and you could receive up to $100,000 in grants and mentoring from Johnson & Johnson Innovation or its affiliates. Nurses’ innovations on new protocols, treatment approaches, and technologies have profoundly improved patient care—could your idea be next?
Latest Notes on Nursing
Many parents across the U.S. struggle with behavioral issues in their young children, and they are often unaware of the many factors that can influence such issues. What if some of these behavioral issues are caused in part by disparities found in their communities? This question led three nurse researchers – Deborah Gross, DNSc, RN, FAAN, Christine Garvey, PhD, RN, and Wrenetha Julion, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN – to develop the Chicago Parent Program at the Rush University College of Nursing in Chicago, Ill.2018-10-23T17:12:43.881Z
When Hiyam Nadel, RN, MBA, CGC, gives lectures to nurses, she often begins by showing a roll of tape and asking a simple question: “How many things have you done with a piece of tape - making modifications to equipment that wasn’t working quite right?” Image2018-10-08T18:50:55.193Z
Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge Invites Nurses to Share Ideas to Improve Human HealthImagine if Florence Nightingale hadn’t worked to improve the standard of the sanitary practices used in hospitals, or if Sister Jean Ward never discovered that sunlight helped treat jaundice in newborns. Throughout history, nurses have been on the front lines of care, profoundly transforming health through the creation of new innovations that ultimately changed the standard of care to this day. By caring for the sick when others won’t, identifying smarter and better ways to heal, and developing life-saving methods, nurses are important facilitators of health across the globe. Still, many people don’t recognize the role nurses play in changing the trajectory of human health.2018-10-08T18:48:52.207Z
A career in nursing
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