In honor of Black History Month, learn how Johnson & Johnson has made it a mission to help address disparities in healthcare—from partnering with the Black AIDS Institute to reduce HIV infection rates to improving representation in clinical trials.
Campaigns to increase bone marrow registration. Leadership training for nurses. A push for diversity in clinical trials. These are just a few of the ways that Johnson & Johnson is striving to help transform the health of African-Americans and other minorities.
The company has been honored with a spot on the prestigious list for the 17th year in a row for its innovative spirit and commitment to social responsibility, among other respected attributes.
The results are in, and Johnson & Johnson has been named to Fortune’s list of the World’s Most Admired Companies for the 17th year, ranking in the top 20. Johnson & Johnson also placed #1 in the Pharmaceutical category worldwide for the sixth consecutive year, making it the highest-ranked healthcare company to appear on the top companies list in 2019.
They experiment and create marvelous new things. Ask any parent how the constant “why” questions, from their children, have changed how they see the world.
As we look to solve the biggest challenges of the next fifty years—in healthcare and beyond—we will need their most innovative and daring thinking. That all begins with them leading happy and healthy lives, starting with the crucial early years.
This week, in partnership with UNICEF, we harnessed some of these innate talents and celebrated World Children’s Day.