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Past Funded Projects

Title Description Amount
Health Links at the Library: Increasing Health Literacy Through Websites for Small Oklahoma Public Libraries

According to a 2015 Pew Research Study, 73% of people who visit public libraries in America go looking for answers about their health.

Health Literacy Collaborations: Addressing the Health Information Needs of Organizations Serving Adults with Low Health Literacy and Limited English Proficiency

The Plain Language for Health (PL4H) workshop is designed to increase consumer access to health information and services by training health information specialists, educators, librarians and others

Health Sciences Library Partnership: Inland Northwest Librarians Data Management Workshop

This project will bring the Association of College & Research Libraries' workshop ?Building your Research Data Management Toolkit: Integrating RDM into Your Liaison Work?

Health Sciences Library Partnership: OHSU Data Science Institute for Researchers, Librarians and Information Specialists

The Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Data Science Institute will bring together researchers, librarians and information specialists from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and

Health Sciences Library Partnership: Planning for Success: The Impact of Data Management Plans on Grant Awards and Grant-Funded Research

Funding agencies such as National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health are increasingly requiring data management plans (DMPs) in grant proposals.

Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds

The Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds project will enable Torrance State Hospital patients to learn how to access reliable health information to implement a healthy lifestyle, one that leads to lower r

HICLAS (Health Information, Campus LIfe, and Academic Sucess Digital Sinage System)

The goal of the project is to enhance the health and wellness of MidAmerica Nazarene University students.

HOSA Technology Award: Algonquin Regional High School

Algonquin Regional High School has a HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) club going into it's 4th year.

How to find out about your health

New, easy to understand and use tools that are accessible to patients and providers can facilitate better health information seeking and address many barriers associated with low health literacy th

HPV and Cancer Prevention Education for Oral Health Providers

Human papillomavirus (HPV) remains the major cause of oropharyngeal and cervical cancer.

HPV Education: a varied approach

Team Maureen has been educating a wide variety of audiences about the connection between HPV and cancer since our inception.

Identify Information Needs for Assessment and Development of Opioid Epidemic Treatment and Prevention in Strafford County, New Hampshire

The Health and Human Services Librarian at the University of New Hampshire will conduct a questionnaire to identify cost-effective information resources and needed training to assist a target group

Implementing a Digital Experience for the Exhibit Dental Instruments: Past and Present

The creation of an online exhibit based on Stony Brook University Libraries' Dental Instruments: Past and Present will make important resources for research and teaching in the fields of denta

Improving Health & Mental Health Literacy in Diverse Communities: Why Partnerships Matter

The main focus of this program, to be held on December 5, 2017, is health and mental health literacy in diverse communities.

Improving the Evaluation of PRIME TIME Plus

PT Plus is a 6-week program of 90-minute weekly sessions for families with 3-5 year old children that introduces literature and nutritional practices through activities that promote family-centered

Including Health Literacy in the Skills Curriculum and Assessment for Third Year Osteopathic Medicine Students

This grant application is for funding to hire a clinical skills expert to develop a health literacy/patient communication module to be incorporated into a mandatory clinical skills review course fo

Let's Talk Health

Let's Talk Health (LTH) pilot project consists of a three-pronged approach designed to provide the following services: 1.

Leveraging Libraries as Hubs for Spontaneous Volunteers, Just-in-Time Training Guide On Utilizing the National Libraries of Medicine Resources

Post-disaster community members seek opportunities to volunteer and support recovery efforts.

Leveraging the Librarian in a Nurse Residency Program

This project is part of the Nurse Residency Program being implemented at UPMC Mercy through the Department of Nursing.

Library Partnership for Health Literacy in Tulsa

The OU-Tulsa Schusterman Library will partner with the Tulsa City County Library in a pilot program designed to address the health education needs of Tulsa citizens.