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One year later: The head of Johnson & Johnson China looks back on what we’ve learned from the pandemic—and how it can help shape the future
Will Song’s teams were on the front lines when COVID-19 shut down the city of Wuhan. One year to the day that the World Health Organization declared the disease a pandemic, he shares how the company kept going during the crisis and the innovative ideas that emerged from it.
When you’re a global healthcare company, you have to think big when it comes to your sustainability efforts. Big ideas like setting up giant wind turbines and harnessing geothermal energy from miles below the earth.
The gift of giving back: 3 amazing Johnson & Johnson employees who are making a difference in their communities
From acting as a “godmother” to young refugee boys in Finland to spearheading a program to provide free 3-D printed prosthetic hands to people in need throughout Asia, these employees are a force of good. For International Volunteer Day, we’re sharing their inspiring stories.
China has been dominating the headlines. It’s also been top of mind at Johnson & Johnson, especially with the debut of the company’s new GenH Challenge, aimed at helping improve the health of those born after 2011 around the world.
It was an historic initiative: train healthcare workers across China in neonatal resuscitation. We go behind the scenes to explore the secrets of the program’s success.