An Innovative Approach to Support Nurse Training

Social Finance, The Aspen Institute, and Johnson & Johnson | May 8, 2020

Access to high-quality and affordable training is critical to addressing the need for frontline health workers like nurses, and the 18 million health worker shortfall in global health more broadly.Financing nursing education can be challenging, and many low-income individuals face particular barriers that effectively lock them out of accessing high-impact nursing careers. J&J has partnered with Social Finance and the Aspen Institute to explore a promising new financing tool – the Career Impact Bond  – to expand access to high-quality nurse training.

Read the full report, “Increasing Access to Nursing Training: Student-Centered Income Share Agreements as a Potential Solution” to learn more.