In this issue of To Improve Health and Health Care: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Anthology, leading health journalists, as well as experts from universities and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), provide an in-depth look into the Foundation's work improving the health and health care of the nation's most vulnerable populations.
Volume XIV of the Anthology is presented in three sections. The first section examines the Foundation's experience in bringing innovations into the mainstream; the second section explores RWJF's work on programs such as the Green House Initiative, Playworks/Sports4Kids, Caring Across Communities, the United Teen Equality Center and Dental Health Aids and Therapists, and finally the last section analyzes the Foundation's Substance Abuse Policy Research Program.
- 1. Foreword
- 2. Acknowledgements
- 3. From Idea to Mainstream
- 4. Editors' Introduction to Section Two
- 5. The Green House Program
- 6. Playworks/Sports4Kids
- 7. Caring Across Communities
- 8. The United Teen Equality Center in Lowell, Massachusetts
- 9. Dental Health Aides and Therapists in Alaska
- 10. The Substance Abuse Policy Research Program