RUSH Featured in New Johnson & Johnson Campaign

Janice Phillips, PhD, RN, highlights RUSH's work to promote health equity

When Johnson & Johnson announced it would be investing $100 million to promote health equity solutions, a key part of the initiative was the creation of the series "Starting the Conversation."

In the first episode, "Chicago: History and Hope," the program shines a light on how Rush University Medical Center is working to promote health equity through innovative approaches to delivering care.

Janice Phillips, PhD, RN, CENP, FAAN, director of nursing research and health equity and associate professor, talks with host Michael Sneed about how health equity goes beyond the hospital walls and into the daily lives of at-risk patients.

Learn more about "Starting the Conversation" and watch Philips in Episode 1 here.