Johnson & Johnson Nursing
Proudly Advocating for, Elevating and Empowering All Nurses to Drive Transformative Health Change
Johnson & Johnson is proud to further our 120-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 2021 EventsNational Nurses Week begins each year on May 6th and ends on May 12th, 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 nursing as a key profession and discipline and educate the public about nurses’ role in healthcare.
Johnson & Johnson will be celebrating and recognizing Nurses throughout National Nurses Month with several initiatives and programs including: the NurseHack4Health virtual hackathon, a new Johnson & Johnson Nurses Innovate Quickfire Challenge, new episodes of the SEE YOU NOW Podcast, and stories about nurse disruptors, those who have been transformational leaders in healthcare amid COVID-19. For more information on our month-long celebration, download our clendar of events.
Shawna Butler, RN, MBA is a nurse economist, health tech catalyst, host of the SEE YOU NOW podcast, and above all—a relentless advocate for nurses everywhere. We spoke with Shawna about her career path, how she leverages her nursing expertise in a wide range of roles, and why she is so enthusiastic about the SEE YOU NOW podcast.2021-09-23T13:32:29.565Z
These stories are just a small snapshot of the many ways in which nurses are innovating and leading to improve care delivery in communities. Johnson & Johnson is committed to advocating for, elevating and empowering nurses as they transform healthcare and change human health for the better.2021-09-23T13:19:43.214Z
For nearly 30 years, nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy and dentistry students and more have taken healthcare to their surrounding community, perhaps where it’s needed most. The Farmworker Family Health Program, launched by a nurse leader at Georgia State in 1993, and carried on by Emory University in 2001, provides various students an opportunity to offer basic care for the underserved migrant farmworkers of Colquitt, Cook, Brooks, and Tift counties in southwest, GA. Learn about its inception and how it grew to a nurse-led, community-focused effort.2021-08-20T15:22:01.978Z