Johnson & Johnson Nursing
Proudly Advocating for, Elevating and Empowering All Nurses to Drive Transformative Health Change
Johnson & Johnson is proud to further our 125-year support of the nursing profession by working with our partners to advocate for and empower nurses as innovative leaders who improve patient outcomes, strengthen health systems and change human health for the better.
We believe that if we can help support and empower nurses and other frontline health workers to solve for the healthcare challenges they face every day, we will improve healthcare for everyone.
Johnson & Johnson stands with nurses on the front line today and for years to come, because we believe nurses change lives, and that changes everything.
- National Nurses Month 2022 EventsNational Nurses Week (May 6-12) begins each year on May 6, and ends on May 12, Florence Nightingale’s birthday and International Nurses Day. Recently, the commemoration has been extended to encompass the entire month of May and is intended to promote the fundamental value of nursing and the importance of an empowered, innovative, and diverse workforce in improving healthcare for everyone.
Johnson & Johnson is honoring and recognizing nurses throughout National Nurses Month with several initiatives and programs – from announcing the winners of the latest Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate Quickfire Challenge on May 10th and launching a new NurseHack4Health Pitch-a-thon with up to $250,000 in funding for nurse-led workplace wellness ideas, to special segments on NBC’s TODAY show and new episodes of the SEE YOU NOW podcast. We are excited to celebrate and recognize nurses as natural innovators with in-demand skills and valuable experience.
- Two Johnson & Johnson Nurse Innovation Fellows hope to address the problem of attrition by mentoring nursing students and bedside nurses alike with the power of innovation.2022-03-18T17:24:54.334Z
- As a kid, Julius Johnson, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, watched his father, an ICU nurse, run toward every crisis. Julius loved the adrenaline rush, but he realized that what he really loved was helping people, so he became a nurse.2022-02-03T20:25:39.920Z
- Sisters in Service: An Innovative Academic Relationship Between Howard University and NYU Seeks to Cultivate Cultural Competency in Nursing EducationGina Brown, PhD, MSA, RN, FAAN, and Eileen Sullivan-Marx, PhD, RN, FAAN, are deans of two prestigious nursing schools in the U.S. Brown leads Howard University’s College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences and Sullivan-Marx leads New York University’s Rory Meyers College of Nursing. Together, they aim to tackle health disparities through an innovative collaboration in the classroom.2022-02-03T20:19:19.736Z