This project will improve health information literacy and access to mental health care by 1.
Past Funded Projects
|Professional Dev: Systematic Review Workshop||
The Systematic Review Workshop: the Nuts and Bolts for Librarians is a 2.5-day hands-on, in person workshop scheduled from July 17 to July 19, 2017 held at the University of Pittsburgh's Falk
|Project Title: Outreach Library 2017-2018: University of Iowa Hardin Library for the Health Sciences||
Serve as a partner outreach library, offering training and promotion of NLM resources on behalf of the GMR.
|Public Library Outreach: Health Information Hub Chicago Public Library||
The project proposed is a health information hub inside a regional Chicago Public Library currently undergoing extensive renovations in a disadvantaged community that suffers from a spate of health
|Public Library: Community Conversations with Seniors||
With the continued aging of our population and the increase we see in senior centers being built in the area, Westchester Public Library plans a Community Connections with Seniors program to engage
|Tech Enhance: SIMobile for Augmented Reality Integrated Simulation Education||
SIMobile will enable the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CONHS) implement the Augmented Reality Integrated Simulation Education (ARISE) Project.
|Tech Improve: Enhancing User Experience: Providing a Visual Browser for Electronic Journal||
The mission of Blessing Health Professions Library is to enhance learning, research, and patient care by effectively managing knowledge-based resources for the 21st century.
|Tech Improve: Technology Adaptation to Promote Employee Connectivity||
The aims of this project are to equip the health sciences librarians at the University of North Dakota with technology that will improve their ability to
|Community Engagement: Elkhart General Hospital/Seed to Feed Learning Garden||
The Medical Library proposes to support an innovative Learning Garden at Elkhart General Hospital by training staff with quality clinical and patient education resources sponsored by the National L
|Community Engagement: Health & Wellness Backpack Program||
The Munson Community Health Library will collaborate with the Grand Traverse Commission on Aging Senior Center Network to develop a health and wellness backpack program.
|Community Engagement: Healthy Living Outreach for Seniors||
Siouxland Libraries would like to start providing a healthy lifestyles outreach program at Sunnycrest Retirement Village.
|Greater Midwest Region 2016-2021||
The Hardin Library for the Health Sciences (HLHS), University of Iowa will assist the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM), a program of the National Library of Medicine (NLM) with its
|Professional Development: Evidence-Based Medicine for the Medical Librarian||
Professional Development funds will be applied to fees associated with registration for the eight-week online course Evidence-Based Medicine for the Medical Librarian offer by the University of
|Target Project: 2016 Great Lakes Science Boot Camp Planning||
Building on the success of the initial Great Lakes Science Boot Camp, a team of several libraries and library organizations are planning to hold another Great Lakes Science Boot Camp in Summer 2016
|Tech Improvement: Supporting Medical Students in Rural Clinical Rotations||
Effective July 2015, the National Shelf Exams, for medical students, changed from paper examinations to online testing. The West AHEC Medical Librarian proctors national shelf examinations.
|Tech Improvement: Tablets for Health Professions Students||
ACTC Library seeks to increase health professions students? access to technology in order to make them more successful in their jobs after graduation.
|Community Engagement: A Healthy Community Begins With Information||
Although this library is open to the public, it currently restricts computer use and print to its institutional population.
|Greater Midwest Region 2011-2016||
The University of Illinois at Chicago Library of the Health Sciences will serve as the Regional Medical Library for the 2011-2016 contract.
|Professional Development Award: 4th Biennial Kathleen A Zar Symposium||
This Professional Development award will be used to support the 4th Biennial Kathleen A. Zar Symposium, The Changing Ecosystem of Scholarly Communication.
|Professional Instruction: Midwest Chapter/MLA 2015||
We are requesting support for the 2015 annual meeting of the Midwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association.
|Target Award: 2015 Great Lakes Science Boot Camp...||
Inspired by the success of the New England Science Boot Camp, now in its sixth year, other regional science boot camps for librarians have recently been launched in the American West and Southeast.