Our ability to respond to COVID-19 depends on our health systems’ capacity to serve people that are sick. And it depends on everyone’s efforts to keep the number of sick people as low as possible. The fewer sick people there are at any given time, the better our health system can care for us.
CDHW-IRG has provided seed funding to 14 projects, selected through competitive review, that have proposed novel approaches to addressing classic “upstream” issues that can impact health and well-being.
Loneliness and transportation among the biggest obstacles to health in South Jersey, according to WRI report on health needs.
WRI partnered with several hospital systems in the region to research, facilitate and compile the most recent Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNA).
WRI is presenting a two-day symposium focused on leveraging data with community and academic partnerships to advance population health.
A new partnership between Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden (RSNC) and WRI has resulted in federal funding for an innovative new program for military veterans to become nurses and provide primary care to other veterans.