A growing network of leaders is pioneering how we diminish the impact of adverse childhood experiences. Learn about what ACEs are, their prevalence and their impact.
We have made great strides in caring for those with advanced, progressive or incurable terminal illness, but there is still a way to go.
At Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, we believe that by expanding preventive care, health coverage, and health-oriented policy change, we can reduce health care costs and help all Americans live longer and healthier lives.
Learn what the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is doing to fight the epidemic of childhood obesity.
The comparative lack of a usual source of health care (for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, and access to nursing homes) due to race, ethnicity, language issues and other problems such as transportation.
Patients do not always receive the type of known interventions and procedures that are proven to work.
The public health system, comprised of federal agencies and state and local health departments, lays the groundwork for the kinds of choices that ultimately help people stay healthy and prevent disease.
Developing new skills among the health care workforce and attract others to health care professions.
Leaders across government, business, education, and other sectors are working together to create programs and policies to help people lead healthier lives.
How nonprofit hospitals collaborate with public health and other community partners to set priorities and improve wellness in their communities.
The Foundation is committed to expanding the number of nurses, building their leadership capacity, sharpening their skills and the skills of their educators, and building awareness of the urgent need to address the projected nursing shortage.