This program is a three-year fellowship for clinically active health care providers that aims to provide clinicians with the opportunity to build and develop the unique skills they need to lead communities toward a Culture of Health.
This program seeks teams of researchers and community members who are committed to working together to produce community-relevant, action-oriented research to improve health and well-being.
The Culture of Health Leaders program will develop a large cadre of leaders from diverse sectors to work with organizations, communities, health systems, and policymakers to build a Culture of Health in America.
NJHI programs provide communities with the resources to engage teams of 10-15 youth and build their skills and capacity to become future community leaders.
RWJF seeks to advance systemic changes that embed health in school environments. To help advance these systemic changes, the Foundation will support a collaborative, multipronged strategy with three complementary areas of work.
RWJF Health Policy Fellows are provided an opportunity to participate in the policy process at the federal level and use that leadership experience to improve health, health care, and health policy.
The RWJF Culture of Health Prize recognizes communities that have placed a priority on health and are creating powerful partnerships and deep commitments that will enable everyone with the opportunity to live well.
The purpose of this program is to encourage and support a series of projects aimed at increasing transparency and accountability throughout the research life cycle to increase the speed of the flow of information from funded research to action.
The Future of Nursing Scholars program aims to develop the next generation of PhD-prepared nurse leaders who are committed to long-term careers that bring transformational change to nursing and health care.
This call for proposals is for two types of awards aimed at providing advocates, decision-makers, and policymakers with evidence to reverse the childhood obesity epidemic.