Past Funded Projects
|Empowering the non-English Speaking Health Care Consumer||
The large number of articles on patient-physician communication found in both medical journals and popular magazines reflects the importance of this interaction in the delivery of appropriate healt
|Evaluating MedlinePlus Connect 2||
The project's first component will plan and design a comparison of the demographic similarities and differences among My Chart users who use MedlinePlus Connect in English and Spanish, as well
|Exhibit Award: Behavioral Health Issues in our Senior Population Presentation at Ingleside Homes||
They will be presenting Behavioral Health Issues in our Senior Population in January 2011.
|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
|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
|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.
|Hazelwood YMCA 2012 Winter Workshop Series||
The program under consideration is the Hazelwood YMCA 2012 Winter Workshop Series.
|Health Sciences Library Association of New Jersey Group Licensing Initiative 2||
The HSLANJ GLI has a proven record of providing low cost, evidence-based electronic resources to participants for more than a decade.
|Hospital Library Program Mobile Computing Project: The Next Generation||
This project will replace and upgrade equipment purchased with previous NN/LM MAR funding for the Hospital Library Program?s Mobile Computing Project.
|Hospital-based education using audience response technology||
Our primary objective is to increase active learning during group educational sessions for hospital-based clinicians, thereby engaging learners more effectively and increasing knowledge retention a
|Integrating library resources, technology, and point-of-care||
The Commonwealth Medical College (TCMC) librarians propose purchase of 10 tablets for use by second year medical students, as a pilot program to enable convenient and easy access to clinical and he
|iPads and Clinical Staff: Using Mobile Devices to Access Evidence-Based Knowledge||
Our plan is to acquire five iPads. One would be for the use of the Benedictine librarian, and one would be for the librarian at Kingston Hospital.
|iPads to Support Outreach, Mobile Technology and Instruction Outside the Talbot Research Library||
The award will fund 3 iPads and relevant hardware/software for medical librarians to enhance and expand outreach reference service, allow librarians to learn and use mobile applications of products
|iRound: Bringing EBM to Family Centered Clinical Teaching Rounds||
This project proposes to outfit each of three General Pediatrics Residency teams with iPads; one each will be distributed to the senior resident, the attending physician, the librarian and the nurs
|Librarians Without Walls - Applying Mobile Technology to Virtual Library Services||
iPads will be purchased to improve library services by allowing librarian/patron encounters to occur in any location.
|Medical Library Technology Enhancement||
The Long Beach Medical Center library is in great need to update their existing hardware that has led to a severe drop-off in the use of the library by its patrons, doctors, and nurses.
|Mid-Atlantic Region Bioinformatics Training for Librarians and Information Specialists: 2011 Renewal||
Bioinformatics Training Award
|Mobile Medical Circuit Librarian Instruction Lab||
The award will purchase equipment for a small mobile computer lab.
|Mobilizing Knowledge Resources: iPad Use by Hospital Clinicians||
The availability of handheld computing devices has increased over the past several years, and adoption of these devices has become increasingly widespread.
|NN/LM Middle Atlantic Region, 2011-2016||
The goals of the 2011-2016 contract are: to develop collaborations among Network members and other organizations to improve access to and sharing of biomedical information resources throughout the