Notes on Nursing—July 2022 Issue

Nurses need a workplace environment where they can thrive, not just survive. In the July issue of Notes on Nursing, we’re covering new initiatives and important conversations focused on building a better working environment for nurses and healthcare workers. From the first-ever NurseHack4Health Pitch-A-Thon, in which nurse-led health system teams are invited to pitch workplace wellbeing solutions, with a chance to receive up to $250K in grant funding to bring ideas to life, to a recap of Johnson & Johnson’s sponsorship of important workforce conversations at Aspen Ideas: Health, check out the issue to see what’s on the mind of nurses and nurse leaders. Read more:
Nurse-Led Workplace Solutions:
Nurses need a workplace where they can thrive. The NurseHack4Health Pitch-A-Thon gives health systems an opportunity to build it.
Inside the Issue

Elevating Nurse Voices at Aspen Ideas: Health

Check out what nurse and healthcare leaders had to say about solving the nursing workforce challenges that impact care delivery for all, and how to create a workplace where nurses can thrive

Meet the Health Equity Innovation Challenge Awardees

Selected for their work closing racial health & mortality gaps in six U.S. cities, 14 community-based organizations will receive Johnson & Johnson funding and mentorship to accelerate their innovations.

Well-Being for All

July is Minority Mental Health Month, and we remain committed to supporting the mental health and resiliency of nurses. Find a variety of resources curated by Johnson & Johnson and created in collaboration with key partners.

The Healthcare Workforce Is a Precious Resource

The American Hospital Association’s latest report focuses on strategies to support the healthcare workforce, including addressing well-being, supporting mental health & preventing workplace violence.

Scope, Specialty & Expertise

Specialty nurses bring unique value to health systems – tune in to hear why their deep understanding of care must be acknowledged.

Coming Soon: Episode Two of PHrontline Conversations

The next episode from the educational series for pulmonary hypertension & pulmonary arterial hypertension nurses is Aug. 18th, featuring an impactful discussion about empowering patients.

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