Notes on Nursing—April 2024 Issue

Meet two nurses transforming public health

In the April issue of Notes on Nursing, meet two nurse leaders transforming public health through advocacy. Also in this issue, an updated SEE YOU NOW podcast episode on strategies for healthcare worker wellbeing and a spotlight on collaborations that expand access to care for National Minority Health Month. Plus, announcing a new Mini Hack at THInC 2024! Read now.
Inside the Issue
Meet the Maryland public health nurse advocating for health policies that create positive change at the population level.
Nurses are on the frontlines as public health leaders and witnesses to the impacts of climate change. In observance of Earth Day, find out how nurses are building a more sustainable, equitable future.
April is National Minority Health Month, dedicated to promoting health equity in historically marginalized groups. Learn more about Johnson & Johnson's collaborations expanding access to care.
Hear the Johnson & Johnson Nurse Innovation Fellows present their health system solutions in the closing session of the 2023/2024 cohort. Join virtually on May 23 and get inspired!
In this interactive, in-person session on June 7 in Boston, you'll learn design-thinking and innovation methodologies to solve challenges and transform healthcare within your organization.
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