Past Funded Projects
|CoughSpot 2017-18 Community Engagement Program||
We would like to extend the Program's reach to more of New England, all while streamlining the Program to teach people to appropriately cover their cough.
|Couples Team Work: Promoting Access to Information and Resources for Vulnerable Populations||
Couples Team Work is a program for couples in which one partner has a chronic illness and the other is transitioning into a role of partner/caregiver.
|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.
|Data Management for Librarians||
In an effort to expand professional knowledge resulting in improved health information access and delivery, we propose to present a program introducing data science and management to hospital, heal
|Development of Patient Education Professional Practice Guidelines to Promote Health Literacy||
The purpose of this project is to begin the process of developing concise patient education practice guidelines for health professionals which emphasize health literacy strategies.
|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 NN/LM SCR is partnering with the South Central Academic Medical Libraries Consortium (SCAMeL) to offer the Emerging Leaders Award.
|Enhancing Access to Biomedical Resources through the TEACH Academy||
Over the past fourteen years, the TEACH Academy (Teachers Exploring and Advocating Careers in Health) has provided teachers, guidance counselors and health professionals with resources to educate s
|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 worksh
|EOA 2016-17: Community Health Information Resource for Seniors (CHIRS)||
The overall purpose of the Community Health Information Resource for Seniors (CHIRS) is to strengthen and enhance Washoe County's provision of resources to its community by building a comprehe
|Eureka Research Fair||
|Evidence-Based Medicine for the Medical Librarian Fall 2017||
This eight-week course is designed as an introduction for medical librarians to the practice of evidence-based medicine (EBM).
|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
|Exhibit Award- OSUCHS 3||
Exhibit at the 117th Annual Convention of the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association
|Exhibitor Award 117: 2nd Annual Summer Youth Camp; July 12, 2017; 135 Twin Lakes Dr. ; Ward, SC 29166||
Exhibit at 2nd Annual Summer Youth Camp; July 12, 2017; 135 Twin Lakes Dr. ; Ward, SC 29166
|Exhibitor Award 122: 2017 Tennessee Public Health Association Annual Conference Health Across the Spectrum September 13-17, 2017||
Exhibit at 2017 Tennessee Public Health Association Annual Conference Health Across the Spectrum September 13-17, 2017