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Past Funded Projects

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2015
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Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

Our previous project, Mental Health First Aid for Librarians, has been filled to capacity in each of our sessions.

$15,000
Workflow & Instructional Services Improvement Project (WISIP)

The goal of the project is to improve iPads lending collection workflow and the librarians?

$2,848
2018
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Youth Advocacy for Health Literacy in Steel Valley

The Pitt-Bridge Health Science Clubs seeks support for underserved students in middle and high school of Steel Valley School District.

$15,000
Word Wise: Health Literacy Skills and Resources for the Healthcare Professional

Crouse Health library, in partnership with Crouse Medical Practice (CMP),will engage in a skills and resource awareness campaign to promote the principles of health literacy in all patient interact

$92,278
What the Health: Free Consumer Health Resources

Stony Brook University librarians will provide instruction for public librarians on consumer health resources, including MedlinePlus, Consumer Genetic Health Resources, TOXNET (select databases) an

$4,722
2004
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Wireless Medicine: Content, Connectivity & Devices

A conference that expolores the scope and power of wireless technology and how it is advancing the future of medicine.

$0
2003
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Wireless Medicine: Content, Connectivity & Devices

A conference that explores the scope and power of wireless technology and how it is advancing the future of medicine.

$5,000
2007
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white nights

To comply with the Title I of the Americans with Disability Act, the library must possess the necessary means to allow visually impaired students access to the tactile textbooks, tactile anatomic c

$2,946
What can the 21st Century Library Offer to Mental Health Practioners in Rural Areas?

4 hour workshop/demonstration, offered once in the morning and repeated in the afternoon the following month. to accommodate the maximum number of attendees.

$1,000
Using Wikis in Education

The purpose of developing an e-learning class is to improve health professionals', librarians' and the public's skills in accessing electronic health information and to foster partne

$625
2010
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When they See It, They Will Come

Small Project Award

$740
Using E-readers to Strengthen Health Professionals Information Skills for Decision Making $7,249
2017
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What the Health: Free Consumer Health Resources

Stony Brook University health sciences librarians will train area public librarians in free consumer health resources using a combination of NNLM courses and Stony Brook tutorials.

$4,722
Utilization of a Low Literacy Book to Manage Childhood Illness in a Community Home Visiting Program

This project would be an intervention both to improve children's health and reduce inappropriate emergency room visits by providing parents or caregivers with a reference resource for understa

$4,500
Using Data to Support Clinical Outcomes (Keynote)

The speaker is presenting on electronic health record implementation and the power of well-organized data to improve individual patient level outcomes.

$1,500
2013
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Waiting Room Education

The Genesee County Health Department (DOH) will encourage access to high quality health information by allowing our county residents to interactively explore websites supported by the National Netw

$6,540
Using Technology to Expand Learning Opportunities

This Award will expand and enhance library instruction and outreach.

$3,100
2009
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Value Study: Value of Library and Information Services in Patient Care Study $144,142
2012
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Value of Library and Information Services in Patient Care Study Analysis and Data Archiving 2

This additional round of funding will support further analysis of data by specialty as well as development of draft articles for publication in JAMA, a nursing journal and health administration jou

$19,532
2011
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Value of Library and Information Services in Patient Care Study Analysis and Data Archiving

The continued project will provide further analysis of the Value Study web survey data; further analysis of the interview data; preparation of articles for publication; and archiving the research d

$39,169

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