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Past Funded Projects

2016
Title Description Amount
Community Engagement: Healthy Living Outreach for Seniors

Siouxland Libraries would like to start providing a healthy lifestyles outreach program at Sunnycrest Retirement Village.

$4,440
Community Health Program

We will have a computer monitor in the busiest area of our school, the entryway, with a slideshow containing different health focuses.

$1,500
Community Technology Improvement Award 615 - Greenwood Leflore Hospital

Funding will provide 7 tablets that will enable health educators to go mobile - out into their communities and to clinics to provide patient education utilizing NLM resources.

$4,543
Connecting Kids and Health Information via Community Partnerships

This project focuses on developing and strengthening key partnerships to benefit community access to health information. Margaret Hoogland, of A.T. Still Memorial Library at A.T.

$1,500
CoughEtiquette

This year’s approach is to take it to the public. We will continue supporting our education program with previous participants who wish to continue.

$12,557
Data Visualization for Librarians

The Data and Visualization Institute for Librarians is a week-long course providing the opportunity for librarians passionate about research and scholarship to immerse themselves in learning about

$1,500
Developing a Health Literacy Curriculum for Osteopathic Medicine Students (DO/HL)

The need for healthcare professionals to recognize low health literacy patients and to communicate with them effectively has been well recognized and widely reported.

$15,000
Doula Technology Enhancement Project

All of our members receive medical assistance to qualify for our services. Therefore, the acute

$5,000
Education Supports Good Health

PNC library plans to add to Pawnee Nation College's existing website links from various databases available from the National Library of Medicine.

$23,724
Empathy Learned Through an Extended Medical Education Virtual Reality Project

It is particularly important that innovative learning modalities are utilized to augment our University of

$14,000
EOA 2015-2016: Building an Environmental Health Information Program: Charles R. Drew University (CDU) Pipeline and the CDU Health Sciences Library

The primary goal of the project is to introduce high school students and their teachers to the National Library of Medicine Environmental Health information resources.

$9,000
EOA 2015-2016: EnviRN ? Evidence: Enhancing nurses? capacity to search for environmental health evidence

The Institute of Medicine notes that all nurses should integrate environmental health into their education, practice, research, & policy efforts, yet environmental health is poorly incorporated

$9,000
EOA 2015-2016: Finding Reliable Health Information Online: Trusted Sources & MedlinePlus

Finding Reliable Health Information Online will provide education about the importance of using trustworthy sources of medical information, and offer guidance on how to determine which sources are

$9,000
EOA 2015-2016: Improving Response Capabilities of Northern Nevada Emergency Management Specialists through Critical Information Access

This proposal reflects a partnership between the Savitt Medical Library of the University of Nevada School of Medicine and the Washoe County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security.

$9,000
Eureka! Research Fair

Girls Inc of Worcester plans to offer an 8-session program for 20 high-school girls enrolled in Eureka  ̶   a 5-year program that involves at-risk girls in planned activities and education that inc

$8,692
Exhibit Award 725 - East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine Library

Exhibit at Rural Health Association of Tennessee's 21st Annual Conference November 18-20, 2015 Music Road Hotel & Convention Center Pigeon Forge, TN

$1,938
Exhibit Award 726 - Palmer College of Chiropratic, Florida Campus Library

Exhibit at: ACC-RAC 2016 - Association of Chiropractic Colleges Educational Conference and Research Agenda Conference 2016. March 17-19 2016 Renaissance Orlando at Seaworld, Orlando FL

$2,000
Exhibit Award 727 - The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Health Sciences Library

Exhibit at North Carolina Library Association Annual Conference Date: October 20th to October 23rd, 2015 Location: Koury Convention Center, Greensboro, NC

$1,850
Exhibit Award 729 - Medical University of South Carolina

Exhibit at South Carolina Rural Health Conference-November 17-19, 2015s Greenville, SC

$2,000
Express Outreach Project Award 597 - Orlando Health/Hispanic Health Initiatives, Inc.

Funding will allow for the purchase of 6 iPads with WiFi and cellular to be utilized by community health workers to train Hispanic community members on locating reliable online health information r

$5,580

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