Learn more about SIP, Breakthrough Leaders in Nursing, COACHes, APIN, the Nurses on Boards Coalition, Public Health Nurse Leaders, and INQRI research.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s State Implementation Program (SIP) provides funding to various states for projects that further the mission to provide more Americans access to high-quality care.Learn More
The Culture of Health: Breakthrough Leaders in Nursing program honors innovators who are forging a path to better health in their communities. These nurse leaders work with their Action Coalitions and are ambassadors for the Campaign and its ideals of creating a healthier America through nursing.Learn More
COACHes are Breakthrough Leaders in Nursing who have received training to deliver effective and action-oriented presentations about nursing’s role in building a Culture of Health. They strengthen Action Coalitions by representing them as they build healthier communities through public speaking, networking, fundraising, and advocating.Learn More
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Academic Progression in Nursing program (APIN) develops innovative strategies with community colleges, universities, and practice partners to prepare nurses to deliver high-quality care in all settings.Learn More
Nurses are uniquely qualified with a distinctive perspective and special set of skills that can help community groups and organizations make better decisions. That is why the Nurses on Boards Coalition aims to get 10,000 nurses on boards by 2020.Learn More
Public health nurses take their work to the people, providing care and education in homes, workplaces, and community centers. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Public Health Nurse Leaders program provides these community health nurses a two-year leadership development program designed to contribute to a Culture of Health.Learn More
The Interdisciplinary Nursing Quality Research Initiative program (INQRI) is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation program supporting research to help the public understand how nurses contribute to the quality of patient care. Interdisciplinary teams of researchers have produced almost 100 research and evidence briefs.Learn More