Past Funded Projects
|Subaward 2016-2017: Resources and Learning Opportunities for Patients and their Families||
The purpose of this project is to increase access, knowledge, skills, and use of library resources that can help support the health of immigrant Micronesian families.
|Subaward 2016-2017: Resources and Services for Community Health Nursing Clinics Across the State of Nevada||
To support community health nurses across the State of Nevada by providing instruction and promotion of freely available health information with a focus on National Library of Medicine (NLM) resour
|Subaward 2016–2018: Arizona Outreach||
Through the Arizona Outreach Subaward, the University of Arizona Health Sciences Library (UAHSL) will execute a variety of activities designed to reach out to various communities in our largely rur
|Targeting the Displaced Marshallese Community Living in Arkansas to Increase Awareness of NLM's Health Information Resources||
This project will increase awareness of authoritative health and science resources from the National Library of Medicine for the Marshallese population in Arkansas and health professionals who prov
|Teaching Science through Gamification: Promoting Education on Health Topics within the Caddo Parish School System in Northwest Louisiana||
Health education is taught at all school grade levels in the Caddo Parish School System (CPSS).
|Tech Enhance: SIMobile for Augmented Reality Integrated Simulation Education||
SIMobile will enable the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CONHS) implement the Augmented Reality Integrated Simulation Education (ARISE) Project.
|Tech Improve: Enhancing User Experience: Providing a Visual Browser for Electronic Journal||
The mission of Blessing Health Professions Library is to enhance learning, research, and patient care by effectively managing knowledge-based resources for the 21st century.
|Tech Improve: Technology Adaptation to Promote Employee Connectivity||
The aims of this project are to equip the health sciences librarians at the University of North Dakota with technology that will improve their ability to
|Technology Enhancement: Scanner for Interlibrary Loan and Tulsa County Medical Society Digitization Project||
The primary goal of this project (Goal 1) is to expand interlibrary loan outreach to physician members of the Tulsa County Medical Society (TCMS).
|Technology Improvement Award 113: Bioinformatics and Health Informatics Portal for Medical Sciences Campus at University of Puerto Rico||
This project proposes the creation of a bioinformatics and health informatics portal to primarily serve students, professors, researchers, clinicians and general public at the Medical Science Campu
|Technology Improvement Award 37||
The Health Sciences Library at Baptist College of Health Sciences in Memphis, TN seeks to foster a dynamic learning environment for enrolled students by creating and developing a makerspace.
|Technology Improvement Award 39||
The goal of PATHS (Patient/Parent Access To Health Sources) LEADING TO IMPROVED HEALTH OUTCOMES, is to provide patients, parents/family members of those newly diagnosed with pediatric cancer and ot
|Technology Improvement Award 40||
Create awareness of NLM electronic resources to our target populations to inform and instruct them on the variety of resources available to meet their healthcare information needs.
|Technology Improvement Award 46||
This project proposes the use of funds to cover the costs associated with hiring a trained website designer to enhance the design and navigation of a publically available website that provides acce
|Technology Improvement Award 49||
Wayne Memorial Hospital's technology grant request goal is to expand current computer access in the library.
|Technology Improvement Award 54||
Restored Generation, Inc.
|Technology Improvement Award 70||
Dahlgren Memorial Library (DML) at Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC) plans to seek funding from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Southeastern/Atlantic Region (NNLM SEA) for a
|Technology Improvement Award 79||
The Health Sciences Library at Orlando Health has recently established a collection of lending laptops that are being repurposed for the benefit of hospital team members as a new roving classroom.
|Technology Improvement Award 89: Mobile Health Literacy Classes 2017||
For 17 years P. I. Advocates International, Inc. (PIA) has forged meaningful partnerships with community and faith organizations as a ?mobile? training program.
|Technology Improvement: Chelan-Douglas Health District Website Improvement Project||
The Chelan-Douglas Health District website improvement project is aimed at improving the ability of English and Spanish speaking community members and healthcare professionals in Chelan and Douglas