Past Funded Projects
|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
|Technology Improvement: Whatcom Taking Action and SEAS||
The Arc of Whatcom County serves as the lead agency for Whatcom Taking Action, a collaborative of community leaders, parents, service and care providers working to create a cohesive system of servi
|The Family Table||
The Family Table is a free health and nutrition program that teaches 2-3 families a week how to shop for, prepare and enjoy healthy meals together.
|University of Pittsburgh Data Catalog||
Major funding agencies have stipulated that data from funded research should be made available for retrieval and secondary analysis.
|Using Assistive Technology to Foster Independence||
This technology funding proposal is to obtain assistive technology for use in five Life Skills classrooms at Roosevelt Elementary School in Worcester, MA.
|Using Data to Support Clinical Outcomes (Keynote)||
The speaker is presenting on electronic health record implementation and the power of well-organized data to improve individual patient level outcomes.
|Using tablet computers to enhance patient education, patient communication, and health awareness||
Managing a primary care panel is an ever-changing experience. Physicians, medical support staff, administrative staff and patients need to be engaged in the circle of care.
|Using tablet computers to teach newly-diagnosed diabetes patients about medication administration and diabetes self-care.||
Managing diabetes is a full-time job for patients.
|Utilization of a Low Literacy Book to Manage Childhood Illness in a Community Home Visiting Program||
This project would be an intervention both to improve children's health and reduce inappropriate emergency room visits by providing parents or caregivers with a reference resource for understa
|Youth Health Literacy Challenge||
The UT Health San Antonio Libraries serve as a Resource Library of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine for the South Central area of Texas.
|15-40 Connection’s New Cancer Conversation: Saving lives through early cancer detection||
15-40 Connection and the National Network of Libraries of Medicine both work to provide access to vital health information to improve quality of life and the healthcare experience. To close the gap