If you could help those most critically ill with the novel coronavirus, would you? Employee and trained nurse Laura Gador jumped at the chance to volunteer at a hospital in Hamburg, Germany—and is sharing her hardships and triumphs, and what's giving her strength.
When Wang Donghua was tapped to hand-deliver personal protective equipment (PPE) and other suppliesto healthcare facilities at the outset of the outbreak in Wuhan, he didn't think twice. His wife happened to be one of those nurses on the front lines.
They both had stressful experiences as new parents and took those challenging moments and turned them into something positive—inventions that have the potential to help other parents and newborns thrive, especially during the current pandemic.
From work on a potential vaccine to a $50 million commitment in support of healthcare workers on the very front lines of the crisis around the world, learn how the company has taken action to help respond to the pandemic.
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.
Up to 70% of nurses and nearly 55% of physicians report symptoms of burnout, which costs workplaces millions of dollars a year due to lost productivity and employee turnover and absenteeism—and impacts patient quality of care. But the CareAdvantage program is poised to help.
For International Brain Tumor Awareness Week, the celebrity interviewer opens up about how her recovery from a brain tumor inspired her to become an ardent advocate for enterprising nurses on the front lines of care.
As The Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future celebrates its 15-year anniversary, we profile some of the nurses who've benefited from the initiative's programs—and taken their work to the next level of heartfelt care.