Past Funded Projects
|Administrative Management Software and Community Needs Assessment To Identify Needed Resources for Families Affected by Addiction in Southeastern Massachusetts||
1 Organize existing donor, volunteer, and constituent data so that it may be used to support the effectiveness of the program and allow for increased funding to serve clients now and in the future.
|Becoming a Healthier Community: Step by Step||
Provide health education and health information searching skills for individuals in most need with a focus on affordable food selections, simple meal preparation, and physical activity engagement
|Bridging Health Information Gaps at the Public Library||
Access to reliable health information for vulnerable populations: Vulnerable populations often reflect diversity from a number of perspectives.
|Bringing the NIH 3D Print Exchange and 3D Printing to El Paso's Health Care||
The Texas Tech University Health Science Center at El Paso Libraries will bring 3D printing and knowledge of how to use the NIH 3D Print Exchange to the health workers, medical students, Hispanics,
|Cancer Conversation: Saving lives through early cancer detection||
15-40 Connection and the National Network of Libraries of Medicine both work to provide access to vital health information to improve quality of life and the healthcare experience.
|Community Health Outreach: Comics and Medicine 2017 Conference||
This project will bring the Comics and Medicine 2017 Conference to Seattle, WA on June 15-17, 2017 at the Seattle Public Library.
|Community Health Outreach: Improving Rural Montanans' Access to Quality Health Information||
This project will consist of a spectrum of outreach activities that MSU Librarians will implement to educate Montana constituencies about National Library of Medicine resources and services.
|Continuing Health Information Outreach in New Mexico||
Through this project, HSLIC will focus on sustaining the connections with the many organizations in New Mexico it has partnered with in the past to raise awareness of free health information resour
We will continue supporting our education program with previous participants who wish to continue.
|Creating an Interactive Digital Gallery: Using Touchscreens to Enhance NLM Exhibits and Classes||
Interactive elements within exhibits and classes enhance the engagement and learning of the participants.
|Cultivating a Community of Practice: Oklahoma's Health Information Specialists Program||
From its infancy in 2013, the Robert M. Bird Health Sciences Library's Health Information Specialists Program has grown substantially.
|Doula Technology Enhancement Project||
Pettaway Pursuit Foundation's goal is to empower new mothers with education and support throughout the prenatal and postpartum period, to achieve healthy newborn outcomes through healthier and
|Education and Support for Prevention, Intervention and Recovery||
This project will create a four pronged approach to education and support for students and families faced with addiction and recovery. Addiction is a family disease.
|Emerging Leader- Ossom Williamson||
The NNLM SCR is partnering with the South Central Academic Medical Libraries Consortium (SCAMeL) to offer the Emerging Leaders Award.
|EOA 2016-17: Community Access to Health Information Training in San Diego||
The Pacific College of Oriental College (PCOM) proposes a collaborative health information outreach project to increase awareness and access of NLM/NIH online resources by providing training works
|EOA 2016-17: Community Health Information Resource for Seniors (CHIRS)||
The purpose of the Community Health Information Resource for Seniors (CHIRS) is to strengthen & enhance Washoe County's provision of resources to its community by building a comprehensive,
|Eureka Research Fair||
|Exhibit Award- LSUHSC Shreveport||
Exhibit at Louisiana Library Association 2017 Annual Conference
|Exhibit Award- OSUCHS 1||
Exhibit at the OK 33rd Annual Primary Care Update
|Exhibit Award- OSUCHS 2||
Exhibit at 2017 Winter CME Seminar