Funded projects database

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Access to Electronic Health Information: Developing a Neighborhood-Based PlaneTree Satellite Library

Amount: $40,000

The goals of this project are: for individuals and families of the Mayfair neighborhood as well as the general public to develop the Planetree satellite library at the new Grail Community Resource Center; and to train Gardner clinic staff and other health and social services providers associated with the Grail Community Resource Center.

Access to Electronic Health Information: Developing a Neighborhood-Based PlaneTree Satellite Library

Amount: $0

The goals of this project are: for individuals and families of the Mayfair neighborhood as well as the general public to develop the Planetree satellite library at the new Grail Community Resource Center; and to train Gardner clinic staff and other health and social services providers associated with the Grail Community Resource Center.

Access to Electronic Health Information: Improving Access to Health Information for Consumers

Amount: $39,875

The goals of this project are to improve access to health information resources for the residents of Tucson and surrounding Pima County, and to develop a sustainable, working partnership between the Arizona Health Sciences Library and the Tucson-Pima Public Library.

Access to Electronic Health Information: Improving Access to Health Information for Consumers

Amount: $0

The goals of this project are to improve access to health information resources for the residents of Tucson and surrounding Pima County, and to develop a sustainable, working partnership between the Arizona Health Sciences Library and the Tucson-Pima Public Library.

Access to Electronic Health Information: Improving Access to Health Information for Consumers

Amount: $0

The goals of this project are to improve access to health information resources for the residents of Tucson and surrounding Pima County, and to develop a sustainable, working partnership between the Arizona Health Sciences Library and the Tucson-Pima Public Library.

Access to Electronic Health Information: Integrate a Health Information Seeking Component

Amount: $39,927

The goals of this project is to provide awareness of accurate, relevant health information resources appropriate for middle school students; to promote awarenewss of accurate, relevant health information resources appropriate for middle school instructors; to teach health information-seeking skills along with critical evaluation techniques to middle school students; to create a one-stop, multimedia rich, health information web site, appropriate for middle school students; to integrate health information resources web site, appropriate for middle school instructors; to integrate health information-seeking skills and resources into the instructional curriculum; to integrate health information resources into the training of instructors.

Access to Electronic Health Information: Integrate a Health Information Seeking Component

Amount: $0

The goals of this project is to provide awareness of accurate, relevant health information resources appropriate for middle school students; to promote awarenewss of accurate, relevant health information resources appropriate for middle school instructors; to teach health information-seeking skills along with critical evaluation techniques to middle school students; to create a one-stop, multimedia rich, health information web site, appropriate for middle school students; to integrate health information resources web site, appropriate for middle school instructors; to integrate health information-seeking skills and resources into the instructional curriculum; to integrate health information resources into the training of instructors.

Access to Electronic Health Information: The LINCS Clearinghouse

Amount: $10,000

The goals of this project are: to increase community access to information about children with special needs through LINCS Clearinghouse; to partner with local organizations and agencies to link community based resources, and to increase community awareness about needs of, and resources for, special needs children.

Access to Electronic Health Information: The LINCS Clearinghouse

Amount: $0

The goals of this project are: to increase community access to information about children with special needs through LINCS Clearinghouse; to partner with local organizations and agencies to link community based resources, and to increase community awareness about needs of, and resources for, special needs children.

Access to Electronic Health Information: Health Information Resources for Southern Nevadans

Amount: $33,036

The goals of this project are: to develop and enhance regional access to the LVCCLD Health Sciences webpage; to develop presentations to train regional library staff on how to effectively identify, evaluate, and search health care related Internet sites; to develop presentations to train Clark County residents and service organization providers to identify, evaluate, and search health information resources.

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