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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Last profiled in the July 14, 1995 edition of the Scout Report)

General Robert Wood Johnson (of Johnson & Johnson renown) was an adamant supporter of training for hospital administrators, and out of this interest came the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Today, the Foundation is "devoted exclusively to improving the health and health care of all Americans." From their headquarters in Princeton, the Foundation supports research into human capital, childhood obesity, health insurance coverage, substance abuse policy, and numerous other areas. Casual visitors to the Foundation's homepage will want to click on some of the "Popular Topics" so that they can quickly access recent publications and research findings. Of course, members of the public and scholars alike will benefit from the "Publications & Research" area which lists publications by type (such as webcasts, charts, and grant results) and by topic. Visitors seeking grant assistance for their research should peruse the "Grantee Resources" area, which provides nuts and bolts type information about applying for grants, and equally importantly, how to fill out grant reports and related materials accurately.
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