Policies for Action (P4A) launched its first call for proposals today. Submissions should address the significant gaps in our knowledge regarding what policies can serve as levers to improve population health and well-being, and achieve greater levels of health equity.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Policies for Action (P4A) program will collaborate with three Research Hubs to explore how policies, laws, and regulations in both the public and private sectors can support building a Culture of Health.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) announced on May 19, 2015 the new direction for its Research-Evaluation-Learning Team (REL) under the Culture of Health vision. Research on laws, regulations, and policies is a key component.