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Recent Funded Projects

Title Description Amount Dates
Introduction to Citizen Science / How to Bring Citizen Science to Your Library (Training Course) The purpose of this proposed project is to develop an online course that teaches public library staff to have a deeper understanding of citizen science programming and crowdsourcing concepts and learn
Funding Amount: 
$76863
2021
MCR - Sustainability of Disaster Information Specialization courses For this project MLA will transfer, review, and revise five disaster information classes to the MLA learning management system to sustain the availability of courses to support the Disaster Informatio
Funding Amount: 
$12641
2021
Puerto Rican Cultural Center (PRCC) Health Education Project The PRCC, in collaboration with health and human community-based organizations, faith-based groups, and All of Us (AoU) partners, including the IL Precision Medicine Consortium and NNLM, proposes to d
Funding Amount: 
$100001
2021
TEACH Across Alabama: Training, Educating, Advising, Connecting, and Helping Alabama’s Healthcare Workforce and Healthcare Consumers Navigate the COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2 Global Pandemic The COVID pandemic has highlighted the need for the long-overdue dissemination of appropriate, timely, and accurate information to the general public.
Funding Amount: 
$11593
2020 to 2021
COVID-19 Health Information Access-What You Need! The COVID-19 Health Information Access-What You Need to Know program is designed to train community members and healthcare professionals on strategies on how to manage information overload and combat
Funding Amount: 
$18975
2020 to 2021
A Virtual Reality Library Space for Health Centered Education and Wellbeing Virtual Reality (VR) provides a tremendous number of opportunities in education for teachers, researchers, and students.
Funding Amount: 
$10458
2020 to 2021
COVID Learning, Engagement & Assistance for all Neighborhoods (CLEAN) Program The Institute for Community, Youth and Family Services Inc. (The Institute) proposes to provide COVID-19 resources and education to Alabama’s most low-income communities.
Funding Amount: 
$18975
2020 to 2021
Public Libraries and Health Information Outreach in the Time of COVID-19 The rise of the COVID-19 pandemic called for individuals to seek out and apply health information at a rapid pace.
Funding Amount: 
$16461
2020 to 2021
WVSOM Healthy Behavior Outreach Program According to the West Virginia Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, West Virginia ranked 1st in the nation, for the prevalence of poor physical health, poor mental health, and activity limitati
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2020 to 2021
CHIME: COVID-19 Health Informatics Module Development and Implementation Through Library This project seeks to establish a multi-disciplinary effort dedicated to the practice of Health Informatics through the COVID-19 pandemic time, by development and implementation of current health deli
Funding Amount: 
$18974
2020 to 2021
The Superwoman Project - North Carolina “The Superwoman Project” is Black Girl Health Foundation’s (BGHF) newest programming and has been developed to provide support to moms in every aspect of their lives, including: new motherhood, child
Funding Amount: 
$18975
2020 to 2021
Health and Science Literacy Programs and Resources for the Rural Communities of Charles City and New Kent Served by Heritage Public Library Heritage Public Library will improve public health by providing health and science programs and resources to improve individuals’ access to health and science information.
Funding Amount: 
$22900
2020 to 2021
Project HIV Education and Amplified Learning (HEAL) In partnership with the Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) HIV/AIDS Coordination Center (NACC) and community based organization, 2 Know is 2 Live, The T.R.U.T.H.
Funding Amount: 
$12344
2020 to 2021
All of Us BGHF Minds Matter - Houston Black Girl Health Foundation’s “Minds Matter Houston” is a program in partnership with community libraries that are designed to reach out to women of color in the Houston DMA area and educate them abo
Funding Amount: 
$25000
2020 to 2021
All of Us Life Interrupted: Virtual Film Screening & Panel Discussion Series The Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) will partner with Paula Mozen, Director of Life Interrupted (https://lifeinterruptedfilm.com/) a documentary film featuring empowering stories of
Funding Amount: 
$24735
2020 to 2021
Digital Health Literacy Resource Development Plan The Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) is partnering with the All of Us Research Program (All of Us) to provide resources for NNLM members to support their communities as they access a
Funding Amount: 
$61226
2020 to 2021
University of Cincinnati HIV/AIDS Workshop Series The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is entirely preventable, yet each year tens of the thousands of Americans are newly infected with the virus.
Funding Amount: 
$16471
2020 to 2021
Graphic Arts and Storytelling to Promote ART Initiation and Adherence Among Adolescents and Young Adults Living with HIV The proposed project will expand on the success of previous initiatives to use community informed, culturally tailored original artwork and stories to promote ART initiation and adherence among adoles
Funding Amount: 
$16550
2020 to 2021
Youth Information Access Project The Potocsnak Family Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine at Lurie Children’s Hospital, led by Dr.
Funding Amount: 
$16594
2020 to 2021
STAYing Healthy and Informed: Decoding HIV/AIDS Information and Resources for LBGT Youth Experiencing Homelessness in New York City In a coordinated effort between Project STAY, New Alternatives for LGBT Youth, and Citizens’ Public Health Literacy (CIPHER), our group will seek to increase access to and awareness of HIV/AIDS health
Funding Amount: 
$16593
2020 to 2021

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