On September 17, 2013, the RWJF Human Capital Network hosted the “Priming the Diversity Pipeline” webinar – a discussion of best practices for identifying, recruiting, and retaining students from varied backgrounds for careers in health care, research, and policy.
The conversation was led by Ebbin Dotson, PhD, MHSA, New Connections grantee and executive director of Health Professions Pathways; Alden Landry, MD, MPH, Summer Medical and Dental Education Program alumnus and co-director of the Tour for Diversity in Medicine (T4D); and Kameron Leigh Matthews, MD, JD, co-director of T4D.
Use these tips to substantially increase your chances of receiving positive and accurate coverage.
This quick-reference resource for RWJF scholars/fellows/leaders provides guidance on acknowledging RWJF and program support, along with other communications tools.
The OpenNotes initiative, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), is improving communication between patients and their health care team by giving patients access to their doctors’ visit notes. During this webinar, OpenNotes co-directors Tom Delbanco and Jan Walker detailed the history of the project, patients’ and providers’ experiences with OpenNotes, and where the initiative goes next.
Follow these pointers and present your work clearly and concisely.
To help make alumni voices heard among policymakers, the RWJF Alumni Network hosted a webinar focused on enhancing the public policy impact of your research and program results. During the webinar, communications experts from D.C.-based Spitfire Strategies and Burness Communications shared some of the best ways for alumni to translate their work into language that is accessible – and therefore actionable – by policymakers.
Imagine knowing how to tell the story of who you are and what you do – without the need for bragging, boasting or hiding. This webinar introduced alumni to a storytelling method that reframes personal branding into a more genuine and effective approach for connection. Alumni learned proven strategies to enhance their expert status and thought-leadership recognition, while making them more likeable, relatable and approachable.
One of the most critical components to personal and professional leadership development is networking. This webinar helped alumni learn how to maximize their networking ability and enhance their leadership skills.
Use this manual to increase your odds of success before meeting with reporters, editors or producers.
This Webinar describes the essential aspects of good Web content, and the basics of assessing and improving your content.