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Recent Funded Projects

Title Description Amount Dates
PD277 MLA Managing from the Middle Symposium Attend the Managing from the Middle Symposium at the Medical Library Association 2019 Annual Meeting.
Funding Amount: 
$480
2019
YWCA Central Massachusetts Women’s Breast and Cervical Health Educational Outreach Program The proposed program will provide education and outreach using NLM resources regarding breast and cervical health and screenings to a target population of primarily Black/African American and Hispanic
Funding Amount: 
$9978
2019 to 2020
Improving Access to Health Education: Part II - Creating Professional Development Opportunities to Reduce Textbook Costs For the students of Springfield Technical Community College (STCC), the cost of an education continues to be a significant issue.
Funding Amount: 
$6000
2019 to 2020
MACMLA Annual Conference- 2019 Rising to the Occasion Request to attend MACMLA Annual Conference- 2019 Rising to the Occasion. Applicant will be registering for the "Are All Systematic Reviews Created Equal?" continuing education course.
Funding Amount: 
$1387
2019 to 2020
NNLM All of Us Community Engagement Network Ambassador Program: Indianapolis The NNLM All of Us Community Engagement Network Ambassador Program: Indianapolis in Indianapolis, IN, will serve as a vital link between the NNLM All of Us Community Engagement Network, public librari
Funding Amount: 
$96184
2019 to 2020
NNLM All of Us Community Engagement Ambassador Program: Detroit The Wayne State University, Vera P.
Funding Amount: 
$98483
2019 to 2020
NNLM All of Us Community Engagement Network Ambassador Program: Chicago The All of Us Community Engagement Network Ambassador Program in Chicago, IL will connect the Chicago Public Library (CPL) with expert consumer health librarians from the University of Chicago and qua
Funding Amount: 
$99907
2019 to 2020
Consumer Health Information Specialization (CHIS) Initiative The goal of this project is to increase the number of public library staff with a Consumer Health Information Specialization (CHIS) certification and equip them to provide health information to their
Funding Amount: 
$36629
2019 to 2020
Supporting a Healthy Community from Head to Toe: Mental Health & Climate Health 2019-2020 The Charlotte Library & the Carpenter-Carse Library recently finished a very successful series as part of our first “Supporting Healthy Communities from Head to Toe” project.
Funding Amount: 
$4950
2019 to 2020
Community Engagement in Health: Expanded Access via Technology 2019-2020 The Arvin A. Brown Library in Richford VT requests funding to upgrade computers and software so as to make information and access available to the broader community.
Funding Amount: 
$10000
2019 to 2020
Data Navigators 2.0 - Building Foundational Data Analysis Skills Among Future Healthcare Leaders 2019-2020 An NNLM Community Engagement grant would support the delivery of Data Navigators 2.0, a high-impact data analytics and visualization course contextualized for healthcare careers and applications and
Funding Amount: 
$12890
2019 to 2020
All of Us Research Program Community Engagement Project: Hancock County, Maine 2019-2020 Through the proposed project, Healthy Acadia will work across Hancock County, Maine to plan and conduct community engagement activities, centered on increasing access to and awareness of National Li
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2019 to 2020
All of Us Research Program Community Engagement Project: Washington County, Maine 2019-2020 Through the proposed project, Healthy Acadia will work across Washington County, Maine, to plan and conduct community engagement activities, centered on increasing access to and awareness of Nationa
Funding Amount: 
$15000
2019 to 2020
Technology support for Maine's rural libraries to access MedlinePlus - Technology Award 2019-2020 Rural areas in Maine have limited access to health information.
Funding Amount: 
$10000
2019 to 2020
Linking Maine's rural library users with MedlinePlus - Community Engagement Rural areas in Maine have limited access to health information.
Funding Amount: 
$6710
2019 to 2020
A Living Person’s Guide to Dying 2019-2020 Although death is an inevitable reality of life, we often delay conversations about the topic until after the fact--a habit that can create unnecessary stress or confusion about our end-of-life wish
Funding Amount: 
$8000
2019 to 2020
Reducing Health Disparities among VIPs - Addressing Health, Aging and Vision in North Worcester County This project will engage the many Visually Impaired People (VIPs) and their caretakers in North Worcester County, specifically those residing in the Fitchburg and Leominster areas.
Funding Amount: 
$12030
2019 to 2020
: Improving Health Literacy of Library Patrons Experiencing Homelessness and Unstable Housing 2019-2020 This project will build upon a successful 5-year evolving partnership between the New Haven Free Public Library (NHFPL) and Liberty Community Services, Inc.
Funding Amount: 
$19000
2019 to 2020
Clinical and Public Health Approaches for Health Care Professionals Working in Shale Gas Communities In an effort to expand health care knowledge resulting in improved health information access and delivery to clients, we propose to work with Robert Morris University, School of Nursing and Health Sci
Funding Amount: 
$19962
2019 to 2020
All of Us Greater Fairfield 2019-2020 As an agent of intra-community cooperation and collaboration, the C.H. Booth Library proposes to geographically expand its successful All of Us Newtown program to neighboring communities.
Funding Amount: 
$14075
2019 to 2020

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