In early 2015, a stakeholder-engaged expert panel began working with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and national program office to develop a Research Agenda highlighting initial S4A research priorities that would identify and accelerate the system innovations and interactions that support a Culture of Health. In addition to the Research Agenda itself, this process generated several supporting products, including a synthesis of evidence derived from RWJF's Public Health Services and Systems Research national program; the design, implementation, and analysis of a Delphi panel process to identify and prioritize potential S4A research topics; and a set of research summaries describing evidence gaps in areas called out through the Delphi process.
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