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To celebrate National Nurses Week 2016, the Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future focused on highlighting the impact that nurses have on their communities, as well as supporting the future of nursing through student nurse scholarships. Today and every day, the Campaign continues to support nurses through its many initiatives and thank them for all they do to help and heal.

"I believe that nursing is a field that doesn’t completely click until you practice it -- no matter how much studying and reading you do. In school you learn the textbook, but in practice, no patient is 'textbook.' You realize that your patients are human, and they have an entirely different range of needs and personalities that should be considered in your care." - Kimberly Appelbaum, RN

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May 12, 2016
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Nurses using mobile technology at the bedside is the topic this month on the Nursing Notes Live podcast. We look at nurses on the front lines of technology in bedside patient care.

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The Modern Nurse
May 4, 2016

How have nurses impacted your life? This year for National Nurses Week, the Johnson & Johnson Campaign for Nursing’s Future is proud to launch the “Nurse Effect,” a new initiative that showcases the positive ripple effect nurses have had on individuals lives – and ultimately – society as a whole. Over the past few weeks, we’ve collected nurse stories from real patients across the U.S. and beyond who have been positively impacted by a nurse. These stories showcase the profound impact that nurses have on their patients and community every day.

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May 4, 2016

Have you seen our stream of shareable social images on our Facebook Page and Twitter feed thanking nurses for the important role they play in healthcare? Read on to learn how you can help support student nurses by simply engaging with our “Thank You” images. By celebrating today's nurses, you're also helping future nurses!

Pursuing advanced nursing education can be daunting at first, but hearing firsthand from a nurse who earned advanced degrees can help ease that fear. We sat down with Michelle Dynes, RN, MSN, Ph.D., nurse epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, to discuss her nursing journey. Over the past 23 years, Dynes has earned her Bachelor's, Master's and Doctorate degrees and found her passion in public health nursing.

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