We seek to build a Culture of Health by fostering thriving communities, healthy children, quality care, and affordable coverage. Through this collection we aim to provide policymakers, congressional staffers and administration officials with evidence based non-partisan material that clearly explains health policy issues.
Latest Health Policy Briefs
Chronic absenteeism is a critical national problem that puts 6.5 million schoolchildren at risk. This policy brief takes a close look at the reasons behind chronic absenteeism, its adverse impact on health and life outcomes, and potential solutions.
Childhood obesity rate has leveled off with some cities and states reporting recent declines in their rates, thanks to far-reaching changes in food and physical activity.
This RWJF Health Policy Snapshot explores how the U.S. can create a Culture of Health for Americans of all backgrounds.
This RWJF Health Policy Snapshot looks into ways schools, states and countries can invest in positive interventions to improve life outcomes in children.
This RWJF Health Policy Snapshot explores how schools can enact policies to help students develop healthy habits early in life.
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About the health policy unit
The RWJF Policy Unit works with many different partners in the nation’s capital to promote public policy that will contribute to building a Culture of Health.