Our newsletter, Advances®, reports on the key work of the Foundation through articles and interviews, lists of recent grants, reports on closed grants, summaries of RWJF-funded research and other news from the Foundation.
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The journalist and former Health Affairs editor will provide policy and communications strategy to David Colby, head of RWJF’s Washington office, and other senior leaders of RWJF.Read more
Foundation President and CEO Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MD, is one of the 500 most powerful individuals on the planet, according to the first-ever Foreign Policy Power Map. (Link may require registration.)View the list
This video describes the history and evolution of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, our mission and goals, how we work, how we think, and—most importantly—whom we're here to serve.
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Changes in Health Care Financing and Organization (HCFO)
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Roadmaps to Health Prize
Deadline: May 23, 2013
Healthy Eating Research: Building Evidence to Prevent Childhood Obesity–Round 8
Deadline: July 10, 2013
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars
Deadline: September 20, 2013
Trace the history of our Foundation, from its very beginnings 40 years ago as a national philanthropy.
David Colby begins his new role in January 2013, and will split his time between Washington, D.C., and RWJF’s headquarters.
A report describes recent programs RWJF supports, and how RWJF’s grantmaking in the state has become more strategic and collaborative.
Mildred Dalton Manning, the last surviving member of a group of U.S. Army and Navy nurses taken prisoner in the Philippines at the start of ...
Learn how to improve care transitions and prevent avoidable hospital readmissions, and pick up nursing and medical education con-ed credits.
"We often see the benefits of diversity as being for minorities," Angela Amar writes. "We seldom see that the majority benefits as well."
Join the Commission on June 19, 2013 for a public meeting to raise awareness of how non-medical factors influence health and move public- an...
The reconvened Commission to Build a Healthier America will provide new guidance in two key areas: early childhood and healthy communities.
A national conversation highlighting efforts to improve care transitions, reduce avoidable hospital readmissions, and lift overall quality o...
Legislation Would Dramatically Expand FDA’s Oversight of Compounding Pharmacies - Study: Diners Dramatically Underestimate Calories in Fast ...
The strange pull of this series is its humanity, not its horrors.
While the need to address disparities in care is well known, few strategies for reducing disparities have been studied systematically.