very health worker trained and supported helps to build a stronger community, and every enhanced community brings the world one step closer toward achieving good health and well-being for all. A robust, trained and motivated healthcare workforce is critical to saving and improving the lives of women, children and their families while also improving national health outcomes. For decades, Johnson & Johnson has worked to strengthen the people at the front lines of delivering care. From getting young people interested in healthcare as a career, to supporting their clinical training as future front-line health workers and caregivers, we help to ensure they have the skills they need to improve and save lives.
Our aspiration: A world where the current and future healthcare workforce has the necessary competencies to deliver high-quality healthcare.
Our five-year target: 650,000 health workers will have received training to better deliver quality healthcare.