Take a virtual tour on mental health

The virtual tour “Mental Health, a history” is an online emancipatory educational project that sheds light on the specific nature of brain disorders and the need for social recognition and medical solutions. The tour shows 26 key pieces that give the digital visitor an overview of the evolution of how psychiatric patients were treated and goes into the evolution of neuroscientific research in more detail. A selection of themes is presented which go into treatment methods, historic figures, social and cultural movements such as witchcraft,..

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Giving Back in a Unique Way: our talents’ service to society

An interview with Janssen’s Vittorio Sereni about ‘Leaving a legacy for young children in Kenya’ Early 2014, the Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust, responsible for managing Johnson & Johnson Corporate Social Responsibility programmes across Europe, the Middle East and Africa..

Pharma Industry’s Most Productive Innovator for Third Consecutive Year

For the third year in row, Janssen topped IDEA Pharma's Productive Innovation Index. The Productive Innovation Index ranks the top 30 pharmaceutical companies on their ability to produce and market new medicines. Our financial performance, product launches and new approvals..

European Health Parliament: second plenary session.

Eighty young healthcare enthusiasts from across the European Union met in Brussels on 27 February for the second session of the European Health Parliament. This platform was created with the intention of empowering “Generation Y” to raise its voice by..

First pharmaceutical company in World’s Most Admired Companies list

For the second consecutive year, Fortune Magazine ranked Johnson & Johnson, the parent company of Janssen as the number one in the Pharmaceuticals category on its annual World’s Most Admired Companies list. Johnson & Johnson also ranked as number 11..

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