This project will improve health information literacy and access to mental health care by 1.
Past Funded Projects
|Exhibit Award: Wisconsin Nurses Association (October 2001)||
Exhibit Award: Melinda Labonte, Cindy Herzog and Diana Robertson of the Wisconsin Health Science Library Association, Northwest Consortium exhibited at the meeting of the Wisconsin Nurses Associati
|Greater Midwest Region||
|HIO Subcontract: Chicago Urban Health Outreach Project||
Health Information Outreach Subcontract: The Chicago Urban Health Outreach Project (CUHOP) is a partnership between the Library of the Health Sciences (LHS) at the University of Illinois at Chicago
|HIO Subcontract: Extending Statewide Outreach Services to Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners||
Health Inforamtion Outreach Subcontract: Extending Statewide Outreach Services to Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners in Kentucky.
|PHIM Subcontract: Indiana's Public Health Information Network||
Public Health Information Models Subcontract: This project will provide public health workers the information resources and services they need to realize the best results of their work in the inter
|PHIM Subcontract: Knowledge Services for a Managed Care Plan for the Medically Uninsured||
Public Health Information Models Subcontract: The getCare Health Plan is a healthcare delivery system for uninsured adults who live in Jefferson County, Kentucky; are ages 19-64; and have household
|PHIM Subcontract: Ohio Appalachian Public Health Information Literacy Training||
Public Health Information Models Subcontract: The Ohio State University (OSU) Prior Health Sciences Library, OSU Extension, the Ohio Department of Health, and Region 5-A of the Ohio Area Health Edu
|Professional Development Award: University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center Library||
Professional Development Award: Marjorie Ferguson of King's Daughters' Medical Center worked with the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center Library to investigate and learn the n
|TI Award: Ariel Document Delivery in Southern Kentucky||
Technology Improvement Award: Ariel Document Delivery in Southern Kentucky seeks to address the need for improved electronic document delivery for the geographically dispersed patron population in
|TI Award: Electronic Document Delivery for Public Health & School Health Professionals in Minnesota||
Technology Improvement Award: The RN Barr Library at the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) will improve electronic access to the library for their clients.
|TI Award: Enhanced Electronic Document Delivery||
Technology Improvement Award: The primary goal of the project is to enhance internet access to the journal collection of the Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing for library users, and t
|TI Award: Introducing Resources on End-of-Life Care||
Technology Improvement Award: The University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center Library (UKCMCL) in collaboration with the Hospice of the Bluegrass (HOB) will provide outreach training services to
|TI Award: Medical Library Technology Improvement Program||
Technology Improvement Award: Mercy Hospital, Grayling, Michigan intends to purchase two computers and two printers for the Medical Library in March of 2002.
|TI Award: Personal Digital Assistants and Pocket PCs||
Technology Improvement Award: The Library of the Health Sciences at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences proposes to partner with the Upper Great Plains Telecommuni
|TI Award: Proposal to purchase Ariel software and scanner for document delivery||
Technology Improvement Award: MeritCare Health System Library in Fargo, North Dakota will purchase Ariel software and a scanner for document delivery to expedite the process of transmitting and rec