In communities around the nation, RWJF is working to develop leaders from different backgrounds and disciplines. We position them at the forefront of evidence and research and help them become key ambassadors for health and drivers of change.
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Expert Insights & Thought Leadership
Our blog features perspectives from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation staff and guest authors about efforts to build a Culture of Health in the United States.
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RWJF funds many initiatives in support of our vision for a Culture of Health. For this focus area, these initiatives were selected to demonstrate grantmaking that is helping us achieve the greatest impact.
Clinical Scholars is a leadership opportunity for practitioners from diverse fields of healthcare. Through intensive learning, mentoring, and networking, this program develops fellows across health care settings and disciplines to create leaders of transformational change.
Culture of Health Leaders
Culture of Health Leaders supports pioneers and change-makers across all sectors to address health equity and move communities and organizations toward Building a Culture of Health.
Health Policy Research Scholars
Health Policy Research Scholars invests in scholars from historically marginalized backgrounds who can help shape policy toward a Culture of Health through research and leadership.
Interdisciplinary Research Leaders
Interdisciplinary Research Leaders equips teams of researchers and community partners to apply advanced leadership skills and rigorous research in meeting pressing community health needs.
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