Donate

Salmon Gold™ Enters Supply Chains of Tiffany & Co. and Apple

In Salmon Gold's initial phase, RESOLVE worked with an Alaskan placer miner and government agencies to test stream restoration methods, process recovered gold, and establish a chain-of-custody for the first batch of Salmon Gold from the mine to manufacturers, which is now in the supply chains of Tiffany & Co. and Apple.

Read More

Salmon Gold™ Enters Supply Chains of Tiffany & Co. and Apple

In Salmon Gold's initial phase, RESOLVE worked with an Alaskan placer miner and government agencies to test stream restoration methods, process recovered gold, and establish a chain-of-custody for the first batch of Salmon Gold from the mine to manufacturers, which is now in the supply chains of Tiffany & Co. and Apple.

Read More

Healthy Communities

Developing a Financing System to Support Public Health Infrastructure

In August, the American Journal of Public Health published “Developing a Financing System to Support Public Health Infrastructure.” The piece calls for a Public Health Infrastructure Fund that would provide $4.5 billion of new, permanent resources to fully support core public health capabilities, a recommendation informed by RESOLVE’s Public Health Leadership Forum.

Read More

Improving Community Health

This winter, RESOLVE partnered with the Health Care Transformation Task Force (HCTTF) to lead a high-level group of public health and health care professionals in developing an actionable framework for cross sector collaboration.

Read More

What are the “Foundational Capabilities” of a Functioning Public Health System?

The de Beaumont Foundation and RESOLVE recently teamed up to conduct research and publish two articles further examining how practitioners in governmental public health are conceptualizing, defining, and funding foundational capabilities and foundational areas.

Read More

Engaging the Community and Health Care Providers to Help Prioritize the Allocation of Scarce Medical Resources

The H1N1 pandemic of 2009-2010 has resurfaced in the news lately. A recent article in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine finds that adult patients treated with drugs such as Tamiflu or Relenza (or similar) were half as likely to die compared to those who went untreated.

Read More

RESOLVE Launches Second Phase of Forum on Food Safety

The Pew Charitable Trusts and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation jointly fund our Collaborative Food Safety Forum (CFSF).

Read More

We use cookies on this site to enhance your online experience. By continuing to use this site, you agree to accept cookies.

OK