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Recent Funded Projects

Title Description Amount Dates
Exhibit 2: Rural Health Association of Tennessee (RHAT) Annual Conference This exhibit takes place at Rural Health Association of Tennessee (RHAT) annual conference, November 2020, Music Road Hotel and Inn, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863.
Funding Amount: 
$1762
2020
Southern Chapter MLA 20 Annual Conference To enable the Southern Chapter/MLA to support and host two well-known keynote speakers and several continuing education courses during the annual meeting in Montgomery, AL, Oct. 22-24, 2020.
Funding Amount: 
$5000
2020
Annual Meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association The Professional Development Committee of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association (MAC-MLA) will be coordinating and offering three continuing education courses that will be held a
Funding Amount: 
$1500
2020
Exhibit 3: Tennessee Public Health Association (TPHA) Conference This project is an exhibit of informational resources from NLM and other authoritative resources from government, professional associations, and trusted non-profits.
Funding Amount: 
$1500
2020
BE WELL at NPL: Advancing Health Literacy in Nashville BE WELL at NPL advances health literacy in the Nashville/Davidson County community by providing access and outreach to free wellness programs and health resources through the trusted space of the Nash
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2020 to 2021
All of Us In Memphis: Health Outreach with the Connect Crew Memphis Public Libraries’ six-person outreach team, the Connect Crew, was launched in January 2019.
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2020 to 2021
Health Information and Career Awareness Program Southern Alabama Area Health Education Center (SAAHEC) strives to grow the next generation of medical professionals to serve the people of Alabama, train health profession students and provide health
Funding Amount: 
$14587
2020 to 2021
BGH Minds Matter D.C. Black Girl Health Foundation’s “Minds Matter D.C.” is a program in partnership with the Washington, D.C.
Funding Amount: 
$14979
2020 to 2021
Building FAIR Habits: Pilot FAIR Data Workshop for Data Novices This is a train-the-trainer project on FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) data basics for data novices.
Funding Amount: 
$7390
2020 to 2021
Building FAIR Habits: Pilot FAIR Data Workshop for Data Novices This is a train-the-trainer project on FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) data basics for data novices.
Funding Amount: 
$7341
2020 to 2021
Building FAIR Habits: Pilot FAIR Data Workshop for Data Novices This is a train-the-trainer project on FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) data basics for data novices.
Funding Amount: 
$3256
2020 to 2021
RAM Educational Outreach Remote Area Medical® – RAM is a major nonprofit provider of pop-up clinics with a mission to prevent pain and alleviate suffering by providing free, quality healthcare to those in need.
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2020 to 2021
Exhibit 1: 5th Annual Summer Youth Camp The Annual Youth Summer Camp Interactive Health Information Program Presentation is designed to be an interactive and engaging presentation for youth ages 6-17 that will help them in accessing health
Funding Amount: 
$1600
2020
Heritage Public Library Community Health Outreach and Training Heritage Public Library will improve the public health of our community by vastly expanding access to online health information for our underserved population.
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2020 to 2021
Healthcare & APEX Partners Care (HAP Care): Improving Access to Health Information for Minority Citizens who Lack Access to Library and Digital Services The goal of the " Healthcare & APEX Partners Care (HAP Care): Improving Access to Health Information for Minority Citizens who Lack Access to Library and Digital Services" program is to
Funding Amount: 
$5000
2020 to 2021
HIP for Seniors (Health Information Project for Seniors) The HIP for Seniors (Health Information Project for Seniors) will involve training for the approximately 75 participants at the Parkway Senior Center in Mobile on computer literacy and health informat
Funding Amount: 
$4999
2020 to 2021
Mental Health and Substance Use During COVID-19 The COVID-19 pandemic is disproportionately impacting vulnerable minority communities through its strain on social systems and burden on individuals.
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2020 to 2021
Library Project 8: Teaching Information Literacy and Evidence-Based Practice Skills to Graduate Nursing Students via Asynchronous Interactive Online Tutorials Brenau University is introducing a new entry-level masters of science in nursing.
Funding Amount: 
$4972
2020 to 2021
Library Project 13: SC Health Literacy Initiatives MUSC Libraries will coordinate and host the first Health Literacy Summit in the SouthEast Region.
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2020 to 2021
Library Project 7: Virtual Book Discussion Group The purpose of this project is to sponsor a virtual book discussion group building on the success of two prior discussions held in 2019 and 2020 respectively.
Funding Amount: 
$5000
2020 to 2021

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