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Recent Funded Projects

Title Description Amount Dates
Health Screenings at Your Library The goals of this project are to provide patrons with an overall assessment of their current state of health, and to raise their awareness of authoritative health and wellness information resources.
$2500
2019 to 2020
Light Therapy is a Bright Idea This project will focus on community members experiencing, or interested in learning about, a general decrease in energy or suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) during periods of limited or l
$2500
2019 to 2020
Check Out SAD Light Therapy at Festus Public Library The Festus Public Library is requesting a grant award in the amount of $1331.33 to provide information relating to the potential health effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD and to provide SAD
$1331
2019
Imposter syndrome and how to manage it program The St. Louis Medical Librarians Association requested a grant award in the amount of $235 to provide a program on impostor syndrome for the librarian community in St. Louis, Missouri.
$235
2019
Building Usage of Public Libraries as a Source of Health Information in Five Diverse Utah Communities Our ultimate goal is to develop a model(s) for building public library-community collaborations with diverse racial/ethnic/cultural communities which support community usage of libraries and library p
$29754
2019
Promoting Heart Health in the Library During the grant period, the Library will create and implement the Treat Yourself program.
$3036
2018 to 2019
American Library Association Midwinter Implicit Bias, Health Disparities, and Health Literacy Preconference Professional Development Award Kathi Woodward from the Springfield-Greene County Library requested a professional development award up to $1,500 to attend the preconference titled Implicit Bias, Health Disparities, and Health Liter
$1500
2018 to 2019
American Library Association Midwinter Implicit Bias, Health Disparities, and Health Literacy Preconference Professional Development Award Mackenzie Ahlberg Elliot from the Mid-Continent Public Library requested a professional development award up to $1,500 to attend the preconference titled Implicit Bias, Health Disparities, and Health
$1500
2018 to 2019
American Library Association Midwinter Implicit Bias, Health Disparities, and Health Literacy Preconference Professional Development Award Amanda Landayan from the Kansas City Public Library requested a professional development award up to $1,500 to attend the preconference titled Implicit Bias, Health Disparities, and Health Literacy wh
$1500
2018 to 2019
American Library Association Midwinter Implicit Bias, Health Disparities, and Health Literacy Preconference Professional Development Award Levi Dolan from the University of Missouri Health Sciences Library requested a professional development award up to $1,500 to attend the preconference titled Implicit Bias, Health Disparities, and Hea
$1500
2018 to 2019
American Library Association Midwinter Implicit Bias, Health Disparities, and Health Literacy Preconference Professional Development Award Robin Newell from Emporia Public Library requested a professional development award up to $1,500 to attend the preconference titled Implicit Bias, Health Disparities, and Health Literacy which was off
$1500
2018 to 2019
Virtual Reality Tour of the Eye and Brain Goal: Improve professional education of health care providers, and provide information to patients and consumers. Objectives: · Creating an effective teaching tool using VR technology · Use this a
$1500
2018 to 2019
Healthy Altitudes Skin Cancer Awareness Program With Utah leading the nation in incidences of skin cancer, Summit County Library will receive funding to raise awareness of skin cancer and provide resources for prevention.
$1500
2018 to 2019
Healthy Cooking with Kids Blue Hill Library will receive funding to provide instruction on healthy cooking and nutrition for children and their parents.
$1500
2018 to 2019
Family Matters: Physical, Mental, and Financial Health Independence Public Library will provide programming on physical, mental, and financial health to underserved families in the library’s service area.
$1500
2018 to 2019
Partnerships Making Our Community Stronger This collaboration with Red Feather Lakes Elementary School provided after-school programming for 50 students and their family members on healthy eating and nutrition, integrating anatomical models (e
$2500
2018 to 2019
After School Program In collaboration with Wood River Elementary School, Maltman Memorial Library will provide after-school programming for 100 students.
$2500
2018 to 2019
Creating interactive online learning modules to advance the research skills of the University of Kansas Medical Center community The goals and objectives of the project are as follows: Speak to faculty about which topics/subjects to cover in our online interactive learning modules to improve students' research skills Te
$1500
2018 to 2019
Health Information at Your Fingertips: a Tablet-lending Program for Cancer Patients and Caregivers McGoogan Library will offer the tablet-lending program through the Resource and Wellness Center at the Fred and Pamela Buffett Cancer Center.
$1382
2018 to 2019
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