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Past Funded Projects

Title Description Amount
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