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2012
Title Description Amount
Professional Development: PubMed for Trainers

The award will support Jaclyn Vialet to attend the PubMed for Trainers course.

$700
Professional Development: PubMed for Trainers (Oct.)

The award will support Mary Beth Papciak to attend the PubMed for Trainers course.

$600
Professional Development: Society of American Archivists (SAA) Digital Archives Specialist (DAS)

The award will support registration fees for Lisa Mix to complete 3 webinars and 2 in-person courses from the Society of American Archivists? Digital Archives Specialist (DAS) curriculum.

$889
Professional Development: Supporting Clinical Care: An Institute in Evidence-Based Practice

Award will support Clare Rauch to attend Supporting Clinical Care: An Institute in Evidence-Based Practice for Medical Librarians

$1,150
Professional Development: Supporting Clinical Care: The 2012 Institute in Evidence-Based Practice

The award will support registration fees for Rhonda Allard to attend the 2012 Institute in Evidence-Based Practice for Medical Librarians.

$850
Professional Development: Systematic Reviews: Beyond the Basics

This award will support Albert Einstein College of Medicine to host a 6-hr MLA CE: Systematic Reviews: Beyond the Basics. The course will be held in February or March 2013.

$1,500
Queens Library Mobile Health Information Classroom

Superstorm Sandy has had a devastating effect on the residents of Far Rockaway. Two Queens public libraries were severely damaged and will be under repair for some time.

$10,000
Rockaway Rescue Alliance Shore Soup Project Technology Improvement from Superstorm Sandy

The Shore Soup Project intends to utilize technological resources received from this award to establish an ongoing health education program for local residents who are recovering from the effects o

$4,072
Targeted HIV/AIDS Outreach to Consumers

The Aids Coalition of Southwestern Pennsylvania will enhance and expand targeted HIV/AIDS outreach to consumers at highest risk for the disease using portable electronic technologies such as iPads.

$10,000
Teaching Research Data Management to Medical Librarians in MAR

This award will support the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Lamar Soutter Library, to develop and teach a two day data management class for 35 librarians within MAR.

$17,043
Technology Improvement from Superstorm Sandy

As a result of Super Storm Sandy the East Brunswick Public Library sustained damages to its Information Technology infrastructure. Power surges caused damage to servers and computers.

$10,000
Technology Upgrades to Improve Access to Library Resources at Beebe Medical Center

The Beebe Medical Center (BMC) Health Sciences Library provides a variety of resources and services to physicians, clinicians and staff.

$7,209
Training Award: ABC's of DNA

This award will support salary, costs for travel (per diems, hotel, transport, etc) reproduction, communication and equipment or room rental for Carrie Iwema, PhD, MLS, Information Specialist in Mo

$5,000
UNYOC Emergency Preparedness Liaison

This award supports NN/LM MAR emergency preparedness liaison training for Cristina Pope.

$1,200
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
Title Description Amount
Acquisition of Technology to Facilitate Collaboration and Active Learning in a Teaching Hospital

To create a climate of cooperative learning we will outfit a Health Sciences Library conference room with a 55-inch LED monitor with CPU and keyboard, a dedicated PC workstation, whiteboard and sca

$7,081
Advancing Technology in Nursing Education: Integrating iPads into Clinical Practice and Patient Ed.

Robert Morris Library and the School of Nursing and Health Sciences, along with UPMC Passavant, propose to use state-of-the-art technology to augment and improve nursing education as well as patien

$9,982
Connecting Service Personnel, Veterans and Military Families to Health Information Resources

The Booker Health Sciences Library?s Mobile Outreach project proposes to develop an iPad mobile teaching lab and an iPad based class on health information resources that are available for area serv

$9,914
Consumer Health Outreach to Older Adults: Health Literacy Training

The Consumer Health Outreach to Older Adults project aims to develop an education program to train older adult patrons to use computers and the Internet to access health information.

$6,041
Emergency Preparedness: Enhancing communication and access to health information resources

The pilot project?s primary objective is to determine whether or not the incorporation of an iPad, loaded with emergency preparedness resources an online synchronous communication application will

$10,000

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