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Notes on Nursing— July 2020 Issue

This month we explore how nurse are creating the Future of Healthcare. We spotlight a startup innovating to transform the future of the night shift, we share a nurse student-led webinar series aimed at helping early adolescents Stay Calm and Well amid the pandemic, and feature a remarkable show from the SEE YOU NOW podcast on Mental Health. Also this month, we recap “The Road to a Vaccine” and share evidence-based tips to ease anxiety during unsettling times.
A Nurse-Led Start-Up is Creating the Future of the Night Shift
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"The Road to a Vaccine": A Live Series with Health Experts Navigating COVID-19

How is healthcare is addressing COVID-19? Johnson & Johnson launched "The Road to a Vaccine", a weekly, live educational program hosted by journalist Lisa Ling that features key experts in health, research and beyond and explores the global effort to develop a COVID-19 vaccine.

Nurse-Led Series Helps Adolescents Stay Calm and Well Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 is taking a significant toll on the mental health of both adults and children. A student-led webinar series from The Ohio State University College of Nursing is providing children and teens with evidence-based tips to help improve their health and wellbeing amid this pandemic and beyond

Healthy Tip: How to Build Hopeful Beliefs and Develop a Resilient Mindset

As someone on the frontlines of COVID-19, it’s likely you’ve experienced negative thoughts during this pandemic. Hear from The Ohio State University’s Dr. Bernadette Melnyk on how our thoughts can affect our emotions and skills you can build into daily practice to help lower stress and anxiety.

New Website Highlights J&J Support of Nurses Worldwide

The Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation (CHWI) was founded to catalyze efforts to respond to the global health worker shortage and build a thriving health workforce. Visit the new CHWI website today to read about their innovative work and subscribe to their newsletter!

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