RWJF is looking for qualified applicants to help us design four new leadership programs. How can we use creative design methods to develop these important programs in alignment with our new vision of building a national Culture of Health?
This initiative will fund up to three implementations of paired health care payment and delivery system changes that incorporate a focus on reducing disparities in care and/or outcomes. Applications are due April 18, 2013, at 3 p.m.
The goal of this program is to build the evidence for and increase the use of effective regulatory, legal and policy solutions to protect and improve population health and the public health system.
The goal of this program is to develop the next generation of PhD-prepared nurse leaders and bring transformational change to nursing and health care.
The Health Impact Project, a collaboration of RWJF and The Pew Charitable Trusts, promotes the use of Health Impact Assessments (HIAs) and related approaches to help policy-makers incorporate health considerations into new policies and programs.
This national program supports physicians and dentists from historically disadvantaged backgrounds interested in academic careers in biomedical research, clinical investigation and health services research.
The RWJF Clinical Scholars program fosters the development of physicians who are leading the transformation of U.S. health and health care through positions in academic medicine, public health, and other leadership roles.
State Health Access Reform Evaluation (SHARE) is a RWJF national program that supports rigorous research on issues surrounding state health reform.
The goal of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholars (NFS) program is to develop the next generation of national leaders in academic nursing through career development awards for outstanding junior nursing faculty.
This program seeks to address the future nursing shortage by preparing health care paraprofessionals from vulnerable communities to matriculate into baccalaureate nursing programs in the state of New Jersey by the fall of 2016.