Notes on Nursing—February 2022 Issue
The connection between nursing and community advocacy is innate. Learn why the leaders of NBNA developed Barbershop Talks—a program that meets Black men where they are and allows them to talk freely and comfortably about their health with nurses.
Explore a six-episode series hosted by Johnson & Johnson’s Chief Communication Officer, Michael Sneed, featuring conversations with Black doctors and nurses on the front lines of health equity with the hope that by “Starting the Conversation” and listening, we create empathy.
Lynda Benton of Johnson & Johnson reflects on two years of hard work, entrepreneurial spirit and leadership from the inaugural cohort of Johnson & Johnson Nurse Innovation Fellows. Discover how our Fellows are having a ripple effect on each other and their health systems.
Women make up 70% of the global health workforce and 90% of all nurses, yet they only occupy 25% of health leadership positions. This event seeks to recognize and dismantle the complex barriers nurses face in ascension to leadership, empowering them with the tools to lead.
Sigma is recruiting RNs to participate in professional development to enhance leadership, communication and negotiation skills. The Nurse Empowerment Program features LinkedIn Learning leadership courses and nurse-specific content to translate lessons into daily clinical practice.
ANA, AONL and J&J return in a new webinar on their joint AN, TH research for the nursing profession. Tune in to discover how the research partners envision a path forward for nursing that elevates and prepares the profession to lead transformative healthcare change.