J&J 2014 Year in Review: Ebola Educational Initiative

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Johnson & Johnson provided Nurse.com with a grant to sponsor a continuing education campaign on Ebola risks and protocols to help nurses based in the United States better navigate the challenges of diagnosing, treating and protecting themselves.

Nurse.com has been a long-time partner of our Campaign for Nursing’s Future, and the group’s extensive reach ensured the greatest number of nurses would have free access to the latest information about Ebola. Since the partnership launch in November, more than 40,000 nurses have taken the continuing education class, and Johnson & Johnson is currently talking to trusted global health organizations about ways to support and care for the frontline health care workers who are on the ground in the affected countries.

“We have a long history of caring for health workers, particularly nurses,” said Andrea Higham, Senior Director, Johnson & Johnson Corporate Equity, Campaign for Nursing’s Future. “Johnson & Johnson is committed to providing nurses with the tools they need to succeed through partnerships such as this one with Nurse.com.” This video was featured in the Johnson & Johnson 2014 Year in Review.

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