The RWJF Health Policy Fellows are provided an opportunity to participate in the policy process at the federal level and use that leadership experience to improve health, health care and health policy.
The RWJF Culture of Health Prize recognizes communities that have placed a priority on health and are creating powerful partnerships and commitments that will enable everyone to live as healthy as possible.
This program will fund empirical research studies to better understand the level of trust patients have across the many facets of the health care system, with a particular focus on vulnerable populations.
The Future of Nursing Scholars program aims to develop the next generation of PhD-prepared nurse leaders who are committed to long-term careers that bring change to nursing and health care.
This program focuses on empirical and policy–relevant analyses that can inform strategies to ensure access to high quality, affordable health care and insurance coverage.
This program aims to reduce the barriers often faced in accessing data by serving as a conduit between data owners and researchers. Through this funding opportunity, RWJF will make valuable data from unique data owners available to researchers.
New Connections: Increasing Diversity of RWJF Programming supports research grants and career development opportunities for a network of researchers from diverse, underrepresented and disadvantaged backgrounds.
The Consumer Advocacy for Transformation program will fund state-based or local consumer health advocacy projects that aim to develop and insert an organized, influential and permanent consumer voice in state and local health system changes.
Systems for Action (S4A) is a national program of RWJF that aims to discover and apply new evidence about ways of aligning the delivery and financing systems for medical, social, and public health services that support a Culture of Health.
Forward Promise aims to promote opportunities for boys and young men of color (BYMOC) to heal, grow, and thrive in the face of chronic stress and trauma.