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Recent Funded Projects

Title Description Amount Dates
The fourth annual Health Fair at Pittston Memorial Library NNLM contribution to Pittston Memorial Library Annual Health Fair.
Funding Amount: 
$3000
2019
AoU - Health Program Kits Award 2019-2020 This award is intended to help public libraries support the health information needs of their communities by providing funding for health-related program kits.
Funding Amount: 
$4833
2019 to 2020
Clinical Conversations - Multicultural Health Evaluation Delivery Systems The organization will pilot test Clinical Conversations, an education program for clinical staff on health literacy and associated concepts.
Funding Amount: 
$11908
2019 to 2020
Professional Development Award - Kilpatrick Congratulations to Darlene Kilpatrick! She received a professional development award to attend Library Marketing & Communications Conference.
Funding Amount: 
$1430
2019 to 2020
Professional Development Award - DeSanto Congratulations to Kristen DeSanto who received an award to attend Diagnostic Error in Medicine 12th Annual International Conference.
Funding Amount: 
$1252
2019 to 2020
Clinical Conversations - Clinton County Health Department The organization will pilot test Clinical Conversations, an education program for clinical staff on health literacy and associated concepts.
Funding Amount: 
$10020
2019 to 2020
Exhibit 342 NLM Traveling Exhibit: Pictures of Nursing: The Zwerdling Postcard Collection The HSCL will host five events and three ongoing activities associated with this exhibit.
Funding Amount: 
$1750
2019
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Expo Describe how public libraries serve as novel venues for opioid overdose reversal trainings.
Funding Amount: 
$345
2019
Improving Health through Collaboration: Libraries and Public Health This session will highlight the importance of libraries as partners in public health initiatives and programs.
Funding Amount: 
$432
2019
American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo At the APHA annual meeting, Alison Wessel will be presenting a session titled "Improving Health through Collaboration: Libraries and Public Health" with Erin Seger of NNLM Mar as well as oth
Funding Amount: 
$1417
2019
2019 APHA Annual Meeting Conference This presentation will highlight four public health preparedness collaboration projects completed by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health in partnership with the Free Library of Philadelphia b
Funding Amount: 
$546
2019
AoU Exhibit 296 Veterans and Military Families Day 2019 Exhibit at Veterans and Military Families Day in Ward, SC
Funding Amount: 
$1208
2019
Green Thumbs in your Library In public libraries, ​Black Girls with Green Thumbs ​ (@blackgirlswithgreenthumbs) will host a series of community workshops centered on gardening, nutrition, and plant-based cooking.
Funding Amount: 
$17652
2019 to 2020
Eat, Move & Live in Balance Eat, Move & Live in Balance is an extension of Wellness for Everybody initiative.
Funding Amount: 
$19500
2019 to 2020
Living with Diabetes Rural populations face unique challenges in meeting health and wellness goals including a lack of proximity to healthcare facilities, high chronic disease burden, and poverty.
Funding Amount: 
$9941
2019 to 2020
Health Careers Awareness Workshops Health Careers Awareness Workshops developed by the Southcentral Pennsylvania Area Health Education Center (SC PA AHEC) will be open to the public, targeting high school students who have an interest
Funding Amount: 
$18200
2019 to 2020
QPR (Question Persuade Refer) Suicide Prevention Training Suicide has become an epidemic, not only in Pennsylvania but also throughout the United States.
Funding Amount: 
$7903
2019 to 2020
JFCS's Hoarding Disorder Education and Outreach Program JFCS respectfully requests funding from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM) Middle Atlantic Region (MAR) to support the public health education activities of Jewish Family and Childr
Funding Amount: 
$19500
2019 to 2020
End of Life Community Education Program No dying person should have to endure more suffering than he or she is willing to bear. However, many people die protracted deaths often in ways inconsistent with their wishes.
Funding Amount: 
$19500
2019 to 2020
Chronic Disease Self-Management Program The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) is a low-cost evidence based intervention developed by Dr. Kate Lorig through the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Funding Amount: 
$19062
2019 to 2020

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