From a clever way to help prep kids for surgery to a baby bottle nipple shaped just like Mom's, these nurses' bright ideas helped them win Johnson & Johnson's first nursing innovation challenge—and a total of $100,000 in grant money.
Frederic Moll, M.D., has been called "the father of robotic surgery" for good reason—his inventions have helped pave the way for improved surgical procedures for decades. His new challenge: an innovation that has the potential to diagnose and treat disease at the same time.
One way we can all help improve the trajectory of health for humanity? Bridge the gender gap so more women can shine, innovate and put their mark on the world. Women like these Johnson & Johnson movers and shakers.
Frederick Shelton has spent 21 years engineering cutting-edge innovations to help propel medicine forward. On what would have been Thomas Edison's 172nd birthday, this latter-day great American inventor shares the life-changing medical devices he's most proud of designing.
Virtual reality surgical simulations. Cloud-based feedback on performance in the surgical suite. Welcome to the cutting-edge, tech-savvy world of continuing medical education at the Johnson & Johnson Institute.
As the G4 Alliance plans to discuss safe and affordable surgical care at the 70th annual World Health Assembly this week, a leader at the company, fresh off a trip to the continent, shares why it's a topic that resonates at Johnson & Johnson.