Building a Culture of Health through Policies for Action

As part of its broad vision to build a Culture of Health in the U.S., the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) created the Policies for Action (P4A) research program. P4A’s goal is to develop the evidence base on policies, laws, system interventions, and community dynamics that improve population health, well-being, and potentially achieve health equity. This September, the Urban Institute partnered with RWJF in assuming the role of the P4A national coordinating center (NCC). Together, RWJF, P4A, Urban Institute, and our grantees are working to build a Culture of Health where everyone has the opportunity to live as healthy a life as possible, no matter who we are, where we live, or how much money we make.

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