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Notes on Nursing—September 2020 Issue

This month we share multiple ways to contribute to healthcare change during the pandemic. From a free virtual event—the NurseHack4Health—to the Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge: COVID-19 Patient Care. We are also highlighting the ways nurses are adapting and innovating in response to the pandemic. while offering an important reminder to step back, take a deep breath and allow yourself a little grace.
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Inside the Issue

Unsung heroes: school nurses adapting and innovating in response to COVID-19

Many school nurses were already overwhelmed, but as school districts across the country return to school amid COVID-19, they are facing profound challenges to ensure both student and staff safety. Six school nurses share their thoughts on the pandemic and how they’re innovating to adapt.

Have a great idea aiming to improve COVID-19 patient care?

Together with the American Organization for Nursing Leadership and the Society of Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Entrepreneurs & Leaders, Johnson & Johnson is inviting nurses worldwide to share their innovative ideas in the Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate QuickFire Challenge: COVID-19 Patient Care.

Seeking healthcare innovation? Find a nursing student!

Student nurses didn't hesitate to join the frontlines and propose innovative solutions to COVID-19 this year. Lynda Benton of Johnson & Johnson believes we can be doing even more to support nursing students as innovators and explores how schools across the country are helping equip nurses to claim their seat at the table.

Looking for ways to grow your skills as a nurse innovator?

We’re excited to share our latest innovation resource—the J&J Nursing Innovation 101 Hub—a destination aiming to inspire nurses to begin their innovation journey by exploring what nurse innovation is, providing key resources and celebrating the legacy of nurse innovators.

Sigma LinkedIn Learning pilot highlights importance of leadership training for nurses

Results from a two-month long pilot conducted by the Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation overwhelmingly affirmed that fundamental personal leadership and resilience skills traditionally not provided in pre-clinical academic learning are critical to the professional success of nurses.

Looking for innovation inspiration?

Tune in and subscribe to the SEE YOU NOW podcast series on Apple Podcasts today!

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