Systems for Action (S4A) is a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that studies novel ways of aligning the delivery and financing systems that support a Culture of Health.
NJHI: Building a Culture of Health in New Jersey – Communities Moving to Action – Round 2 will support communities across New Jersey to make sustainable systems changes and policy-oriented, long-term solutions for healthier living.
RWJF is committed to seeking value from all levels of investment in health care, public health, and population health. The evaluation of innovations from low-resource communities is the primary objective of this call for proposals.
This program provides an outstanding opportunity for exceptional midcareer health professionals and behavioral and social scientists with an interest in health and health care policy.
The RWJF Culture of Health Prize recognizes and celebrates U.S. communities creating powerful partnerships and deep commitments to change.
In order to better understand the impact of cross-jurisdictional sharing (CJS) among public health agencies, this call for proposals will fund up to seven projects to participate in a CJS Implementation and Impact Measurement Program.
The goal of this program: develop the next generation of PhD-prepared nurse leaders who are committed to long-term careers that advance science and discovery, strengthen nursing education, and bring transformational change to nursing and health care.
The program supports research on environmental and policy strategies with strong potential to promote healthy eating among children to prevent childhood obesity, especially among groups at highest risk for obesity. Award type: Round 9 grants.
This solicitation invites eligible applicants to serve as a national leadership program center for one or more of RWJF’s new leadership programs that reflect our vision to work with others to build a national Culture of Health.
RWJF seeks to identify and support community collaborations and initiatives that have used shared data and information to increase their capacity for planning, implementing and evaluating health improvement activities.