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Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars





SectorsHealth
TopicsHealth Equity Alliance
CityNew Haven
Emailgeorgina.lucas@yale.edu
Websitehttp://rwjcsp.yale.edu/

Resources

File:NewHaven DowntownCrossing PhaseI HIA sml.pdf
File:NewHaven SOW Evaluation Report 6-2009.pdf
File:NewHaven SOW Quantitative Evaluation 2009.pdf
File:RWJ Final Report on Social Determinants and Data.pdf
File:RWJF Photovoice Report YouthViolence 2009.pdf

Data Sets

CTDPH Registration Reports, 2010
CTDPH Registration Reports, 2010 - Various Births and Birth Outcomes
Connecticut Resident Births, Birth Weight and Gestational Age by Characteristics of Mother, 2008-2010
Connecticut Resident Births, Births to Teenagers, Low Birthweight Births, and Prenatal Care Timing and Adequacy, 2008-2010
DPH Birth Data - Adequacy of Prenatal Care
… further results


Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Clinical Scholars Program at Yale School of Medicine

Mission and Activities

The mission of the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program (RWJ CSP) is to prepare a talented group of physicians dedicated to addressing challenges and opportunities in our rapidly evolving medical and healthcare system.

Yale Scholars build critical research skills through participation in the Program's structured 2-year curriculum and the application classroom concepts to individual research projects. Each Scholar is expected to engage in at least one community-based research project that supports the Program’s commitment to improve the health of New Haven. These projects may be done on an individual basis or with other Scholars (see detailed guidelines here and see examples of research projects here.

To propose a community-based research project contact Deputy Director Georgina Lucas ( georgina.lucas (at) yale (dot) edu )