Hello to all, and for many in our region this is a “It’s great to see you again!” introduction. My name is Nikki Dettmar and as of May 1st I am the Acting Education & Assessment Coordinator here in the Pacific Northwest Region. My job duties include developing educational activities in web-based learning formats, as well as coordinating the assessment and evaluation of our regional network and outreach programs with my RML colleagues.
Archive for May, 2008
We thought you would enjoy reading about an innovative project undertaken by Network member Hope Leman and her colleagues at Samaritan Health Services in Corvallis, Oregon. ScanGrants is truly an impressive resource. Congratulations, Hope, on a job well done!
Hope Leman writes:
Ever tried to help patrons looking for grants? Ever looked for one yourself for your medical library? Looking for ways to expand the range of services your library can offer to your institution and to the greater medical community?
We would like to draw the attention of medical librarians in our region and elsewhere to a web resource we have developed here at Samaritan Health Services (SHS) in Oregon in a collaboration between Murray Memorial Library and the SHS Center for Health Research and Quality. It is:
and we are fairly confident that there is no comparable free listing of healthcare-related grant and scholarship listings on the Internet. We are hoping it will prove a boon to medical researchers and anyone attempting to find funding for projects related to public health, disease prevention and to students trying to find scholarships for health science education.