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We’ve all heard that a good night’s sleep can yield major health benefits, but a new study by a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholar has found that losing sleep can reduce the effectiveness of vaccinations.
This is part of a series introducing programs in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Human Capital Portfolio. The mission of the RWJF Center for Health Policy at Meharry Medical College is to provide leadership in health policy education along with research and reform on a national, state and local level while continually supporting the historic mission of Meharry Medical College: to improve the health and health care of minority and underserved communities.
RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows program helps Mary Ellen Glasgow become a leader in nursing education.
RWJF scholar examines how victims’ lives are disfigured, physically and ‘existentially,’ by the lingering effects of gunshot injuries.
Debra Toney is torchbearer for 2012 London Olympics.
Each year, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Community Health Leaders Award honors America’s best―10 unsung heroes who have forged their own solutions to the shortcomings and challenges facing our nation’s health care system.