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Recent Funded Projects

Title Description Amount Dates
Training and Coaching for Creating Easy-to-Read Health Materials for New Mexico Populations The purpose of this project is to begin developing the health literacy skills necessary for incorporating guidelines into existing or newly developed materials, including by not limited to written pub
Funding Amount: 
$40000
2018 to 2019
Let’s Talk Health: Visual Images for Healthy Living Let’s Talk Health: Visual Images for Healthy Living is designed to serve vulnerable populations for low health literacy defined as populations to include older adults, immigrant populations, minority
Funding Amount: 
$40000
2018 to 2019
Critical Appraisal Institute for Librarians The purpose of this project will be to create and establish a symposium to develop high level critical appraisal skills in librarians who work with health care information.
Funding Amount: 
$18999
2018 to 2019
All of Us NOLA Public Library Individualized Health Information Program 2018-2019 A health educator will be hired by NOLA to exclusively provide All of Us program support, extend the educational offerings of the All of Us program, promote the All of Us program, provide health infor
Funding Amount: 
$80710
2018 to 2019
All of Us ABQ Public Library Individualized Health Information Program 2018-2019 A health educator will be hired by ABQ to exclusively provide All of Us program support, extend the educational offerings of the All of Us program, promote the All of Us program, provide health inform
Funding Amount: 
$80710
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
Funding Amount: 
$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.
Funding Amount: 
$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.
Funding Amount: 
$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.
Funding Amount: 
$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
Funding Amount: 
$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.
Funding Amount: 
$2500
2018 to 2019
Multi-year Consortial Award: Information Resources for Alaska's Healthcare Providers and Public Libraries: Outreach in the Last Frontier The primary goal of the project is to improve the quality of life and health for citizens of Alaska by providing information outreach services to the healthcare workforce, especially in rural areas, o
Funding Amount: 
$38429
Funding Amount: 
$40433
2018 to 2020
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
Funding Amount: 
$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.
Funding Amount: 
$1382
2018 to 2019
Massachusetts-Based Health Tour 2018-2019 HAMA will be conducting a Massachusetts-based health education tour.
Funding Amount: 
$8450
2018 to 2019
15-40 Connection 3 Steps Detect - Massachusetts Vocational/Technical High Schools: Saving lives through early cancer detection 2018-2019 15-40 Connection is teaching audiences in high schools, universities, hospitals and corporations how to use personal health awareness to detect cancer earlier and improve cancer survival rates for eve
Funding Amount: 
$10000
2018 to 2019
Project Wellness: Taking Action to Evaluate Health Data and Health Resources in Springfield's Mason Square Neighborhood In recognition of the issues of homelessness, mental health, and poverty-related health disparities that exist for many residents in the Mason Square neighborhood of Springfield and surrounding areas,
Funding Amount: 
$3500
2018 to 2019
School-Based Alternative Peer Group (APG): An innovative solution to reach disadvantaged students, advance behavioral health equity and reduce stigma in the prevention and recovery of adolescent addiction The School Based Alternative Peer Group (APG) brings an evidence-based model of recovery support inside the school setting to reach disadvantaged students, advance behavioral health equity and reduce
Funding Amount: 
$10000
2018 to 2019
Dementia Friendly Nahant: Helping Everyone Live, Age, and Thrive Dementia Friendly Nahant brings the national Dementia Friendly America model to the local level.
Funding Amount: 
$7541
2018 to 2019
Improving Access to Health Education: Reducing Textbook Costs with Open Educational Resources 2018-2019 This project will support Springfield Technical Community College Library's Open Educational Resources (OER) Initiative.
Funding Amount: 
$7000
2018 to 2019

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