Notes on Nursing—August 2022 Issue

Investing in nursing students today is an investment in the healthcare systems of tomorrow. In the August issue of Notes on Nursing, we highlight exciting innovation in nursing and nursing education, from nurse-led pilots reshaping the delivery of patient care, to new programs that seek to strengthen readiness to practice and improve the transition from nursing school to the nursing profession, and a brand-new series featuring inspiring, driven, diverse nursing students. Check out the newsletter to learn more about Johnson & Johnson’s commitment to a strong, thriving nursing workforce.
Inside the Issue

Unlocking Nursing's Potential in Patient Care

How can health systems empower nurses to improve patient outcomes and care models with agility? Four exemplar nurse leaders share real, replicable examples of barrier-breaking nurse-led innovation.

The Future of Nursing is Me: Chasity S.

Our newest video series features inspiring, driven, diverse nursing students, who share stories about their paths to nursing, including what drew them to the profession, and opportunities and challenges they faced.

To Transform Health, Invest in Nurses

Improving health for all means creating safe, supportive workplaces where nurses can thrive and investing in nurse-centered solutions, says J&J Executive Vice President Vanessa Broadhurst.

Ready to Vote?

This month, hear from three innovators in the civic health movement, working to normalize healthcare settings as touchpoints for voter access & engagement.

Reshaping the Nursing Narrative

Don't miss this conversation between J&J's Lynda Benton and Humana's Kathy Driscoll on creating intentional visibility for nurses to advance the profession, and drive healthcare forward.

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