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A message from RWJF President and CEO Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

A message from RWJF President and CEO Risa Lavizzo-Mourey

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A national Culture of Health must embrace a wide variety of beliefs, customs and values. Our goal is to weave these many threads of health into the richly textured fabric we call American life.

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    RWJF Applauds Grantee Gary Slutkin, MD

    Cure Violence program founder receives the Order of Lincoln Award, the highest honor from the State of Illinois. Thanks to his leadership and vision, we are ever closer to the day when every child will have the opportunity to thrive in a world without violence.

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    RWJF Pays Tribute to Levi Watkins, Jr., MD

    Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MD, MPH, reflects on the life of a dear colleague and friend who leaves behind an astonishing legacy that will resonate for decades to come.

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    Better Health Through Economic Opportunity

    Factors like income and employment strongly influence community health. Who better to help address these issues than the experts at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. And they mean business.

    Learn how a $1.7M RWJF-supported initiative will engage business in community wellness >
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    Bigger, Better Health Data from Patients Themselves

    New mobile apps will provide a rich source of research data on five diseases, from those who know their conditions best. The data will be collected and aggregated on a platform developed by an RWJF grantee, using a software framework developed by Apple.  

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    RWJF committed $25 million to fund innovative research on policies, laws, system interventions, and community dynamics that improve health and well-being.
    RWJF committed $25 million to fund innovative research on policies, laws, system interventions, and community dynamics that improve health and well-being.

    RWJF committed $25 million to fund innovative research on policies, laws, system interventions, and community dynamics that improve health and well-being.

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