Building Health Care Capacity at Johnson & Johnson

Building Health Care Capacity at Johnson & Johnson

In some areas of the world, people can’t get even basic health care services. Often, there aren’t enough health clinics or health care workers to meet communities’ growing needs. And in places where clinics and workers do exist, many health care teams don’t have access to training programs to build their skills. Learn about how we partner with several well-respected groups to provide leadership and development training for doctors, nurses and other health care professionals, and to give students opportunities to further their studies in health.

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Bringing Water And Sanitation To Ethiopian Children
By Conrad Person, Johnson & Johnson, New Jersey Council for the Humanities, Creative Writing, Parenting, ACCP, PQMD, Head Start This blog was co-authored with Teshome Lemma, Program Coordinator for Water Sanitation & Hygiene at CARE Ethiopia. Whether you live in the United States or in...
May 18, 2012 2:30 PM ET
Johnson's® Natural® Products Now Available to Hospitals
(3BL Media) Skillman, NJ - April 18, 2012 - JOHNSON’S® Baby, the most trusted name in baby care for more than 100 years, is introducing its scientifically advanced and naturally mild JOHNSON’S® NATURAL® product line—featuring JOHNSON’S® NATURAL® HEAD-TO-TOE™ Baby Wash, JOHNSON’S® NATURAL® Baby Shampoo, and JOHNSON’S® NATURAL® Baby Lotion—to hospitals through national Group Purchasing...
Apr 18, 2012 5:00 PM ET
Johnson & Johnson’s Bridge to Employment Program Prepares Teens for Careers in Health Care
For over a decade, Johnson & Johnson’s Bridge to Employment (BTE) program has been helping young people build solid futures by introducing them to a variety of career opportunities in health care. BTE was designed to reach underprivileged students at risk of dropping out of high school and over the past...
Jul 20, 2011 10:45 AM ET


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