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Neighborhoods that are in close proximity may have shocking life expectancy disparities.

    • September 11, 2015

Short Distances to Large Gaps in Health

Across America, babies born just a few miles apart have dramatic differences in life expectancy. The following maps display show life expectancy values alongside common geographic landmarks such as subway stops and highway exits to show how opportunities to lead a long and healthy life can vary dramatically, by neighborhood, in communities across the United States.
 

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Summer Medical and Dental Education Program: Interprofessional Pilot

February 10, 2016

This program is a free, summer enrichment program to strengthen the academic proficiency and career development opportunities for rising sophomore and junior college students interested in pursuing a health care career.

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RWJF Sports Award Accepting Applications For 2016 Honor

February 10, 2016

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Sports Award, celebrating individuals and organizations that make their communities healthier through sport, is accepting applications for the 2016 honor.

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RWJF Sports Award

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The RWJF Sports Award focuses on recognizing those in sport who display an innovative and collaborative approach to making their communities a healthier place to live.

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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Leadership and Staff

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Learn more about the leadership and staff who contribute to the mission and goals of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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RWJF Names Donald F. Schwarz, MD, MPH, MBA as Vice President, Program

February 9, 2016

Donald F. Schwarz has been named vice president, Program. In this role, Schwarz will help guide the Foundation’s strategies and work closely with colleagues, external partners and community leaders to build a Culture of Health in America.

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A collection of maps illustrating large life expectancy gaps produced by Virginia Commonwealth University Center on Society and Health.

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