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Housing code enforcement. Transgender health. The Flint water crisis. Architecture. What do they have in common? They’re just a few of the many challenges that the 154 exceptional individuals are taking on through our four new leadership programs to bring much-needed change in the many sectors, disciplines and professions that impact our health every day.
In January 2017, RWJF will launch a call for applications for the second cohort of its Clinical Scholars, Culture of Health Leaders, Health Policy Research Scholars, and Interdisciplinary Research Leaders. And while the new year is a month away, it’s not too early to get ready to apply.
On December 8, 2016 from 2 to 3 p.m. ET, the Foundation will be hosting a program preview webinar for you to:
2017 is right around the corner. Let this be the year you resolve to take your leadership skills to the next level—to build a Culture of Health!
Beginning next week, the Childhood Obesity Weekly Policy Update will be delivered to you by Voices for Healthy Kids, a joint initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the American Heart Association. Voices for Healthy Kids is committed to continuing to provide you with timely news and information from the grassroots to Capitol Hill.
If you are interested in learning more about the grassroots movement supporting the Voices for Healthy Kids initiative, we encourage you to become a leader of the Voices for Healthy Kids Action Center. Leaders receive the weekly Voices Action Center newsletter, highlighting resources and campaign success stories from the movement.
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WIC agencies across 34 states and territories saw a decrease in obesity for low-income young children.