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Honor Today's Nurses and Support Future Nurses

Female nurse in scrubs playing with baby girl
Have you seen our stream of shareable social images on our Facebook Page and Twitter feed thanking nurses for the important role they play in healthcare? Read on to learn how you can help support student nurses by simply engaging with our “Thank You” images. By celebrating today's nurses, you're also helping future nurses!

Have you seen the shareable social images on our Facebook and Twitter pages that thank nurses for the important role they play in healthcare? Read on to learn how you can help support student nurses by simply engaging with our “Thank You” images. By celebrating today's nurses, you can also help future nurses! 

This year during National Nurses Week (May 6-12), the Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing's Future , will make available a stream of shareable social images on our Facebook Page and our Twitter feed thanking nurses for the important role they play in healthcare.

During Nurses Week only, for every original share, comment or “like/reaction” of these images on our Facebook page and retweet or “favorite” on our Twitter feed, Johnson & Johnson will donate $1 (up to $25,000) to the Foundation of the National Student Nurses’ Association (FNSNA) for student nurse scholarships.

In addition, through July 1, 2016, Johnson & Johnson is also donating $1 to FNSNA for every image that is shared on the Donate a Photo app. For every 1,000 photos donated, a student will get awarded a $1,000 scholarship for nursing school.

Here are a few examples of the thank you images that you can engage with on our social media channels. Visit our Facebook and Twitter pages today and show your support of nurses! By thanking current nurses, you’re helping support future nurses as well.

Thank you for helping us celebrate nurses- and Happy National Nurses Week! 

Male nurse in scrubs adjusting sling of smiling young male patient with his mother at his side

  

Female nurse in scrubs helping a young smiling female patient in a wheelchair

  

Male nurse in scrubs smiling and talking to male patient in hospital bed

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