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Since 1993, RWJF has funded over 175 projects in over 90 categories related to health, health care and policy development. Project topics range from health risk, disease prevention, and determinants of health, to public health policy, health care reform, quality of care, and many others. To learn more about specific projects, select an Investigator, award year, or category below.

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Title Award Yearsort ascending Investigator Categories
Inadequate Medical Evidence: Political Incentives and the Prospects for Sustainable Reform 2008 Alan Gerber, Eric Patashnik Evidence-Based Medicine
Mobilizing Citizen Support for Climate Stabilization and Adaptation Policies 2008 Edward Maibach, Matthew Nisbet Climate Change
On the Content of our Character: The Myth of Meritocracy and African American Health 2008 Naa Oyo Kwate, Ilan Meyer Health Disparities
The Diet-Health Nexus: Communicating Emerging Evidence 2008 William Hallman, Neal Hooker Food Policy
The Making and Unmaking of Alzheimers Disease 2008 Jason Karlawish Alzheimer's Disease
The Sweetening of a Nation: The History, Politics and Health Effects of Sugar and High-Fructose Corn Syrup 2008 Gary Taubes History of Medicine and Public Health, Food Policy
Curbing the Use of Medical Imaging: Searching for Efficient Technology Utilization in a Fee-for-Service World 2007 Frank Levy Evidence-Based Medicine, Technology
Emotional Adaptation and the Goals of Health Care Policy 2007 Peter Ubel Ethical Dilemmas and Resource Allocation
History Informing Public Health Preparedness Policy in the 21st Century: A Qualitative Study of Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions and Community Experiences during the 1918-1919 Influenza Pandemic 2007 Howard Markel, Alexandra Minna Stern History of Medicine and Public Health, Public Health Strategies
Hospitalists and American Medicine: A Quantitative History of a New Medical Specialty 2007 David Meltzer Health Professions, History of Medicine and Public Health

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