The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is seeking to collaborate with and learn from pioneering thinkers to help RWJF explore unconventional approaches, emerging trends, and innovative solutions that may accelerate their progress toward building a Culture of Health.
We are accepting brief proposals for two areas of interest:
We are interested in supporting more rapid, responsive and relevant research. We seek projects that explore how health and medical discovery can benefit from including the input and perspectives of a broader stakeholder base, including patients, and what considerations should be taken into account in an emerging scientific landscape.
Submit your ideas by September 1 >
Future of Work
We seek projects that help us understand how shifts in our economy and workforce might affect our health and health care, and the types of benefit alternatives, support systems and services that workers may need to live the healthiest life possible.
Submit your ideas by September 15 >