September 22, 2014
Intimate Partner Violence is a problem that affects communities nationwide, but mainstream interventions do not address the needs of immigrant and refugee communities. This brief looks at how it can be reduced through leveraging cultural norms.
At Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, dedicated professionals apply a diverse range of knowledge and expertise to a shared vision: All Americans should have the opportunity to live a healthy life. View current openings the Foundation.
September 19, 2014
Human Capital Blog
Sam Willis is an alumnus of the Summer Medical and Dental Education Program. He became a physician to help underserved communities, including time in the Peace Corps working in Burkina Faso.
What if we fundamentally changed the nature of the doctor-patient visit, in order to improve patient understanding, provider efficiency and health outcomes? In other words, what if we “flipped the clinic”?
This fall, RWJF held its first ever Pitch Day event with the goal of discovering visionary ideas from a variety of thinkers.
A zip code is 5 numbers meant to give mail to people—not indicate how long they live.
RWJF announced winners to the AF4Q Games to Generate Data Challenge and the Hospital Price Transparency challenge at Health 2.0's fall conference.
Critical ideas that could transform how we look at the causes and prevention of diseases are emerging from the field of epigenetics.
Good data can play a critical role in answering some of the most vexing questions concerning health, but the culture of the times acts as a lens that can either obscure or reveal truth.
Major U.S. companies made good, and then some, on a pledge to cut 1.5 trillion calories from the U.S. marketplace. See how the pledge affected kids.