Fostering health equity through championing and supporting greater diversity in the nursing workforce
Race to Health Equity
As part of Our Race to Health Equity initiative, Johnson & Johnson has committed $100 million over the next five years to address racial and social injustice as the critical public health issue that it is.
Provides comprehensive leadership training for nurse directors and executives and qualifies for 25 credit hours of CE by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing. Offered in partnership with the National Black Nurses Association, the course will focus on minority nurse recruitment.
National Black Nurses Association Nursing Scholarships
BAND-AID® Brand established multi-year commitments with the National Black Nurses Association to provide need-based scholarships for Black nursing students to increase representation in the nursing field and help achieve health equity in diverse communities
In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, Adrianna Nava, president of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN), shares how this organization is working to address the needs of current and future Hispanic nurses and the communities they represent.
A former bedside nurse, USCF Health's Pat Patton’s data-backed, listen-first, feedback-driven approach to creating a supportive environment where nurses stay and thrive is working—and presents a blueprint for health systems everywhere.
The future of nursing starts in the classroom. At Johnson & Johnson, we’re proud to amplify nurse-led programs and practices that find innovative ways to prepare, strengthen and empower the next generation of nurses. Below, read more about four best-in-class pilot programs investing in nursing education, funded by the American Nurses Foundation, so new nursing graduates are ready to practice.