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Past Funded Projects

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2009
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Exhibit Award: Wellness Wednesdays

?Wellness Wednesdays?

$1
2010
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Exhibit Award: Women's Health Fair

To meet the challenges of health disparities in the Wilmington community is the rationale for this health fair. Quality health information enables people to make informed decisions.

$1,479
Extending the Reach of Library Instruction with Adobe Connect $2,987
Going Mobile $7,269
Hackensack UMC PC Upgrade Project

The Samuel & Sandra Hekemian Medical Library and its Community Health Library (CHL) are in need of new computers for library staff members and CHL end?users.

$4,851
2013
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Exhibitor: P2 Collaborative Annual Conference, Creating a Health Community

Funding will support the SUNY Buffalo, Health Sciences Library to attend and exhibit NLM resources on behalf of NN/LM MAR at the P2 Collaborative of Western NY, 7th Annual Conference, Creating a He

$1,500
2014
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Exhibitor: Rome Memorial Hospital Mental Health Conference

Funds will support the circuit librarian for the Central NY Library Resource Council to exhibit and promote NLM resources at the Rome Memorial Hospital Mental Health Conference in NY.

$373
Going Green, Going Mobile, Going Kiosky: Enhancing Reference Services for LIU Brooklyn Students

We are submitting this proposal for additional new technology to our current offering of computer access and reference services.

$10,000
2011
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Expanded Information Access for Public Health Workers

The Southeastern NY Library Resources Council is planning to partner with the Dutchess County (NY) Department of Health and other departments in Dutchess County (Mental Health, Aging and Emergency

$10,000
Exploring and Evaluating the Use of iPad Technology in a First Year Medical School Curriculum

iPads loaded with a defined group of textbook applications (apps), study/productivity tools, and medical related apps will be distributed as a pilot project to a cohort of ten faculty and ten stude

$9,961
Growing our E-Resources

The library will purchase a single sign-on resource that will allow our patrons easy access to the library?s e-resources from home, office, or hospital.

$8,640
2017
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Facilitating the Development of Research Data Management Services at Health Sciences Libraries

The proposed Research Data Management program is designed to provide training, tools and strategies for medical libraries seeking to develop research data management services.

$24,713
2007
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Family Medicine Update 2007- 33rd Annual Maurice Goldenhar Family Medicine Update

This event was selected because attendees are primary care residents, hospital and community physicians and many attend every year.

$500
Get the picture? Improving graduate medical education with DVD technology

A picture is worth a thousand words, but for surgical residents learning how to repair a hiatus hernia and medical residents learning how to perform a lumbar puncture competently and safely, it is

$920
Going Electronic

Hospital is currently under construction. The new library will combine both the Bartholomew Medical Library and School of Nursing Library, and will be open to the public.

$7,500
2015
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Festival of Genomics

Funds will support professional development attendance at the Festival of Genomics.

$1,500
Greater Pittston Health Awareness Fair

A Greater Pittston Area Health Fair will be sponsored by the Pittston Memorial Library with the involvement of at least 20 local organizations.

$2,900
Harry Potter's World: Renaissance Science, Magic, and Medicine: Buffalo and Erie County Public Library

The NLM traveling exhibition Harry Potter?s World will be installed on the main concourse of the Central Library in downtown Buffalo, NY.

$650
2012
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Hackensack UMC PC Upgrade Project

The Samuel & Sandra Hekemian Medical Library and its Community Health Library (CHL) are in need of new computers for library staff members and CHL end?users.

$4,851
2016
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Harnessing the Power of Public Library and Other Staff to Improve Population Health

This four-module pilot curriculum provides the necessary tools for library staff to recognize the health and social challenges facing their most vulnerable patrons, engage with those patrons, and s

$14,995

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