A Bold New Direction for RWJF Leadership Programs
Beginning in 2014, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) will develop new programs that strive to increase the number of scholars/fellows/leaders it supports annually. Read about the Foundation's new directions for leadership programs on rwjf.org.
Watch: RWJF President and CEO Risa Lavizzo-Mourey discusses the Foundation's new direction for leadership programs.
IN THE NEWS
Dates Announced for 2014 Summer Institute on Health Policy
2014 National Scholars' Current Issues in Health Policy Lecture Series: Speakers Announced
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy has announced its schedule of confirmed speakers for the 2014 lecture series, held January through April.
Former Health Policy Scholar Talks Being 'Heart Smart'
In "Be Heart Smart: Addressing the High Burden of Cardiovascular Disease Among African-American Women," Nadia Winston, MSPH, a 2012 Health Policy Scholar, discusses a program designed to address cardiovascular disease among African American women. Winston contributed to the RWJF Human Capital Blog as part of their "Health Care in 2014" series.
Mini-Grant Recipient's Gun Violence Study in The Tennessean
In an effort to end teen gun violence, Manish Sethi, MD, a Health Policy Associate and renowned orthopedic surgeon at Vanderbilt University, is using pilot project mini-grant funds from our Center to bring a conflict-resolution program to Middle Tennessee middle schoolers. About 4,000 students from 11 Nashville schools are now participating since the program expanded from just one campus last year.