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We redesigned rwjf.org to make it easier for people to find the research they need. Here are some of the new features and functionality to get people in and out, fast:
- Improved search.
- Quicker access to timely research, facts, and statistics.
- Organized the way people are looking—by Our Work, Topics, Research and Publications.
- Faster download times.
These improvements will bring them back to the website again and again, whenever they’re looking for the latest on health and health care.
These days we’re all constantly on the run, and in need of information at a second’s notice. That’s why this website works the same way—whether you’re on a computer, phone, or tablet, you’ll get the same content and experience—without compromising on quality or quantity.View RWJF Research & Publications
RWJF is committed to expanding the number of nurses, building their leadership capacity, sharpening their skills and the skills of their edu...
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Public Health, Human Capital, and Pioneer blogs offer expert commentary and deep background from grante...
While the need to address disparities in care is well known, few strategies for reducing disparities have been studied systematically.
RWJF examines the types of competitive foods - foods and beverages schools offer outside of meal programs - available in our nation's school...
Recent studies have demonstrated a connection between low-socioeconomic status and poor health in children. This study builds upon previous ...
This study examined the impact that race has on the prevalence of self-reported diabetes for Hispanic and non-Hispanic people. Data from the...
In this article, the authors consider the social, structural and symbolic effects of the recent and rapid spread of legal gambling in the Un...
Immigrants and their children are one of the fastest growing components of the U.S. population. One in five Americans under the age of 18 is...
Most studies investigating links between social capital and health have relied on work by Robert Putnam who conceptualized social capital as...
The present article considered cardiovascular patients' adherence to physicians' medication recommendations. Nonadherence was defined as fol...
This study examined the prevalence of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) among children in the United States. Also of interest ...
The current article explored risk factors for iron deficiency for toddlers in the United States with a focus on Hispanic toddlers. Data from...