IAF’s new report, Public Health 2030: A Scenario Exploration, offers four alternative scenarios for the future of public health, and recommendations for robust strategies that would be effective and advance public health in multiple futures. Click here to access the scenarios and learn more about the Public Health 2030 project.
What will public health in rural and urban America look like in 2030? IAF has released two new sets of scenarios and a workshop toolkit for leaders and organizations in local public health to support strategy formulation and planning. Click here to learn about Public Health 2030 scenarios for Fargo Cass Public Health and the […]
What potential innovations could IEEE, the world’s largest association for technical and technological professions, foster over the next two decades to benefit humankind to the best of its ability? Click here to learn about the scenarios IAF developed for IEEE to frame and nourish its strategic planning process.
The Kaiser Permanente Burch Minority Leadership Development Program recently selected its 2014-2016 cohort of leadership development awardees. Click here to read the full announcement.
The Kaiser Permanente Burch Minority Leadership Development Program, supported by Kaiser Permanente through a grant to IAF from a charitable fund at the East Bay Community Foundation, recently selected its 2013-2015 cohort of leadership development awardees. This program seeks to improve health equity and services to the underserved as well as to develop and sustain […]
What will chiropractic in the U.S. look like in 2025? IAF has released a new set of scenarios for the chiropractic field. This is the third in a series of futures reports since 1998, funded initially by NCMIC Group, Inc., and later by the NCMIC Foundation, Inc.
The Kresge Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation have awarded a joint grant to IAF to develop scenarios describing expectable, challenging, and visionary futures of public health in the U.S.
IAF has released a set of scenarios for health and health care in 2032, which were funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation as part of its 40th anniversary recognition.
IAF has released Scanning for a Brighter Future, the report from a May 2012 Rockefeller Foundation workshop organized by IAF.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has presented $40,000 cash awards to each of 10 young health leaders identified through a process organized by IAF.