Past Funded Projects
|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.