North America

CHWs play a key role in connecting communities with healthcare in a trusted and culturally competent way—they need to be fully recognized and integrated into health systems.
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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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The Johnson & Johnson Health of Women team is partnering with multiple academic institutions, health workers, community organizations and maternal health leaders in Georgia to develop evidence-based solutions aimed at improving maternal healthcare for Black mothers.
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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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Programs such as the Penn Center for Community Health Workers are improving health outcomes and helping to reduce healthcare costs
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Partnering with the Foundation of the National Student Nurses' Association to increase nursing scholarships for Black students and other traditionally underrepresented groups
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Virtual simulators, financial support provided to students
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