Systems for Building a Culture of Health

In early December, the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation released a call for proposals in the program Systems for Action: Systems and Services Research to Build a Culture of Health. The Systems for Action program explores novel ways of “aligning the delivery and financing systems that could support a Culture Of Health.” The program uses a broad research framework that includes sectors such as housing, transportation, social services, community services and supports, education, criminal and juvenile justice, and economic and community development.

Through the solicitation, the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation will give two types of awards:

  1. Type One: studies to be completed within a 12-month period with up to $100,000 in total funding.
  2. Type Two: studies to be completed over a 24-month period with up to $250,000 in total funding.

Up to six studies will be chosen.

For more information on the solicitation and next steps see the web announcement.

For more information on the framework, see the Funding Opportunity Brochure.

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