In this webinar, Peter Eckart—co-director of the RWJF initiative Data Across Sectors for Health (DASH)—described what’s working in data and information sharing and analysis, steps you can take to benefit from them, the larger networked efforts to expand this work, and what lies ahead.
This webinar features findings from a recent survey on Latinos’ attitudes toward and experience with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and describes how the ACA has affected this population’s access to health insurance.
Use this manual to increase your odds of success before meeting with reporters, editors, or producers. Learn what they consider newsworthy, how to vet a media request, how to prepare for and follow up a media interview, and much more.
The inaugural RWJF Scholars Forum: "Disparities, Resilience, and Building a Culture of Health," was held on December 5, 2014. Our distinguished panel shared their insights on the urgent problem of health disparities in the U.S. Visit this page for videos, a transcript, and other materials -- all with the latest ideas on reducing disparities as a component of building a Culture of Health.
In this webinar, you’ll learn recent findings from a survey on researchers’ perceptions and use of social media, and how researchers can establish and maintain their social media presence, expanding the impact of their work.
A research paper by Thomas Laveist, PhD, prepared for the RWJF Scholars Forum on health disparities. The paper includes a brief history of the major developments in the national effort to address health inequalities; alternative methods for quantifying disparities, the impact on individual health, broader economic effects, and the role of social determinants; and directions for future efforts to eliminate health inequalities.
The U.S. health care system has long grappled with how to improve care transitions in order to prevent avoidable hospital readmissions. Reducing avoidable readmissions represents an opportunity to lower health care costs while increasing the quality of patient care, yet little progress has been made in the last decade.
Learn how to set up a LinkedIn profile, manage your account, and join the RWJF Human Capital Network (HCN). The HCN is a private community on LinkedIn for RWJF Human Capital scholars, fellows, leaders, investigators, and alumni.
A complete profile will help you engage with others on the Human Capital Network. Follow these pointers to complete your LinkedIn profile.
Discover new content by following LinkedIn channels and influencers, reading news from your connections, and joining groups based on your areas of interest.