Leadership & Management

The program, in collaboration with Sigma, aims to help early career frontline nurses in the US and Canada grow their leadership skills such as preparing for difficult situations and advocating for change in the workplace.
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Whitney Nash, Michelle Baxter and Beverly Williams Coleman—alums of the Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program—discuss how they set up a primary care clinic in the University of Louisville School of Dentistry
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When it came to nursing, Sasha DuBois felt called to serve. She came from a family of health providers and frontline staff, and she was happiest herself when she was helping someone. “I knew I wanted to be the first and last person by the patient’s bedside,” she recalls.
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At the Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation, we recognize that frontline health workers are the heart of strong community and primary care systems. When the world shifted its attention to health workers amidst COVID-19, the Center was already working with partners around the globe to strengthen community-based health systems by supporting frontline health workers to achieve health for all by 2030.
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Results from a two-month long pilot of LinkedIn Learning Courses for early career/bedside nurses overwhelmingly affirmed that fundamental personal leadership and resilience skills traditionally not provided in pre-clinical academic learning are critical to their professional success.
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Amidst headlines of fear and frustration, COVID-19 has also surfaced profiles of health workers demonstrating great courage, a value that we at the Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation believe is an integral trait of frontline leadership. Millions around the world are newly aware of how we rely on health workers' trusted counsel and life-saving care. At the Center, we are intent on strengthening the leadership skills of nurses, midwives and community health workers so patients’ and communities’ best allies are empowered with the tools needed to strengthen health systems.
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Ebony Marcelle is a 2018 Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program Fellow
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