Johnson & Johnson announces a $50 million commitment to support frontline health workers battling COVID-19
The funds will be earmarked for assisting the doctors, nurses, midwives and community health workers who are working tirelessly to treat patients around the world during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
4 ways Johnson & Johnson is helping heroes who work at the very front lines of healthcare around the world
In time for the Aspen Ideas: Health festival, where he will be speaking, Michael Sneed, Executive Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs & Chief Communication Officer of Johnson & Johnson, shares why nurses, midwives and other healthcare workers are a critical facet in improving worldwide health.
The time-honored profession of midwifery has been practiced in the First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities for generations. For International Day of the Midwife, Lesley Paulette shares her story of helping nurture new moms and their babies in the Northwest Territories.
Caring & giving around the globe: 43 Johnson & Johnson programs that are transforming lives—and the future of healthcare
Check out this fun interactive map for a glimpse at how the company is helping people on nearly every continent live healthier lives.
The first few years of a child’s life are pivotal when it comes to future health and well-being. Just ask these young men and women—all 2018 One Young World Summit Scholars—who won’t rest until they’ve given children a chance to reach their full potential.
It’s a lofty goal: improve the health, across the board, of future generations. But it’s a mission that Johnson & Johnson is committed to. And thanks to groundbreaking work taking place across the company—from vaccine development to consumer product innovation—the future is looking very bright.
Every last patient is important to Johnson & Johnson. And that includes the tiniest ones of all: preemies and newborns.
Since 2001, Johnson & Johnson has helped support the Aga Khan University’s School of Nursing and Midwifery. As its latest group of students starts class this week, we sat down with a trio of alumni who are now giving back to their local communities in major ways.
Meet three young women from China, Mexico and South Africa who are carrying this age-old tradition into the 21st century.