The Policies for Action program was created to learn how national, state or local policies can promote lifelong health and health equity for individuals, families and communities; and what factors promote the adoption and spread of good policies.
This initiative focuses on the importance of individual, family and community factors in renewing and sustaining a societal commitment to health and health equity.
Evidence for Action grants support a Matching Team whose primary role will be to link organizations working in and with communities with strong research partners to evaluate the health impacts of program or policy interventions.
This initiative provides a unique opportunity to connect community leaders and researchers who have not worked together before but may be interested and well-suited to pursue resilience research together.
The Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program offers four-year postdoctoral research awards to increase the number of physicians, dentists, and nurses from historically disadvantaged backgrounds.
This program seeks teams of researchers and community members who are committed to working together to produce community-relevant, action-oriented research to improve health and well-being.
This program is a fellowship for clinically active health care providers that aims to provide clinicians with the opportunity to build and develop the unique skills they need to lead communities toward a Culture of Health.
The Health Policy Research Scholars program is designed to create a cadre of diverse doctoral students from multiple disciplines whose research, connections, and leadership will inform and influence policy toward a Culture of Health.
The goal of NJHI Upstream Action Acceleration is to support existing cross-sector coalitions to adopt and implement “upstream” environmental-, policy- and systems-change strategies, and accelerate their work.
The Culture of Health Leaders program will develop a large cadre of leaders from diverse sectors to work with organizations, communities, health systems, and policymakers to build a Culture of Health in America.