Program evaluations are a cornerstone of our efforts to learn from our work. In any given year, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) conducts between 30 to 40 active program evaluations and invests about 5 percent of our annual grantmaking budget on evaluations. This collection provides examples and insights to RWJF's approach to evaluation.
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Many research funders support the idea of open access publications that allow free public access to timely peer-reviewed publications. RWJF commissioned interviews to better understand grantee and staff members’ opinions of open access publishing.
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Traditional research approaches are out of sync with the reality of policymaking where decisions must be made quickly. Rapid-response research and quick-strike analyses offer a way to get evidence to decision-makers when they need it.
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