Our health is greatly influenced by complex factors such as where we live, and the strength of our families and communities. But despite knowing this, positive change is not occurring at a promising pace.
Building a Culture of Health
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is working alongside others to build a Culture of Health providing everyone in America a fair and just opportunity for health and well-being.
Culture of Health Action Framework
At RWJF, building a Culture of Health is our central focus. But we are well aware that no individual, community, organization or initiative can change the trajectory of America's health alone.
Developed in collaboration with the RAND Corporation, our Culture of Health Action Framework sets a national agenda to improve health, equity and well-being. Informed by rigorous research on the multiple factors which affect health, it recognizes there are many ways to build a Culture of Health, and provides numerous entry points for all types of organizations to get involved.
A Focus on Health Equity
Achieving Health Equity
What does 'health equity' really mean, and what can you do to help ensure that everyone has the basics to be healthy?