Past Funded Projects
|Health Literacy Award: Health Literacy for English As A Second Language Students||
Health Literacy for ESL Students Across Staten Island will provide a unique integration of proven health literacy instructional practices within ESL adult education settings at four community organ
|Health Literacy Award: Health Start!||
Health Start! is a new seven-tiered program involving a partnership between the Touro-Harlem Medical Library, the Touro College of Pharmacy, Project Aspire and P.S. 197.
|Health Literacy Award: Increasing Parental Health Literacy to Optimize Pregnancy Outcomes||
Identify high quality, culturally appropriate and relevant materials (both print and digital) that inform and support the acquisition of health behaviors on the part of expectant parents during the
|Leadership Institute Award: MAR Leadership Institute - Developing Leaders Among Us||
UPSTATE University Health System Health Sciences Library will coordinate the planning of a series of Leadership Institutes with MAR MLA Chapter representatives.
|MAR Delivery Award: MAR Delivery||
MAR Delivery proposes to establish an online service providing for the posting of scanned documents to a central server and the secure retrieval of those documents by eligible library users.
|National Network of Libraries of Medicine Middle Atlantic Region 2006-2011||
|National Training Center and Clearinghouse||
* Our Primary Objectives Travel throughout the United States, promoting NLM's database and databank training for librarians, health professionals, and the public by providing focused instructi
|Outreach to Unaffiliated Health Professionals Award: Extending the Reach||
This project will continue and extend the training program which was started under the auspices of an NN/LM MAR Planning Grant, ?Getting the (Healthy) Word Out: a Train-the-Trainer Approach for Nur
|Outreach Training Award- Senior Access to Health Information||
The Senior Access to Health Information Program is a program designed through the partnership of the HSS Kim Barrett Memorial Library and the HSS Greenberg Academy for Successful Aging with the two
|Outreach Training Award: HEALP: Health Education on Access through Libraries and Peers||
All immigrants have a right to medical treatment in New York, and many low-income immigrants can enroll in public health insurance coverage, regardless of their immigration status.
|Outreach Training: Crouse Hospital Library Partners with the VNA of CNY||
Currently, the VNY of CNY does not have a partnership affiliation with a medical library and so their registered nurses (who may enlist the help of physical therapists, occupational therapists, spe
|Outreach Training: Health Information and the Internet||
the VA needs to provide participants with the oppourtnity to observe ans participate in demonstration of the vetted and program's tools and resources, thereby them with the ability to utilize
|Pres/Prof Development Award: Evidence-Based Public Health: Finding and Appraising Relevant Resources||
The content of this course will include an active discussion of Evidence Based Public Health with relevant, real-world case studies, how to distinguish between quality and biased information, pract
|Small Project Award- CE Double Header||
Currently there are 3 hospitals in HILNNEP that offer consumer information; and only one has a dedicated staff member.
|Small Project Award- Large Screen Monitor/TV for Educational Viewing||
As a portion of new employee orientation, nurse orientation and medical research training to patients we utilize PubMed and MedlinePlus.
|Small Project Award: 32nd Annual SALIS Conference: ATOD Policy & Information Technology in an Era of||
Approximately twenty speakers will present on a variety of topics over three days.
|Small Project Award: A Regional Health Unconference||
The regional health unconference will be a full-day event that will take place at the Central Library of the Brooklyn Public Library.
|Small Project Award: Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Science Information Literacy and Outreach Project||
By using currently available digital equipment and technology to engage our user population we will be able to better promote library services and inform our users.
|Small Project Award: Computer and Scanner Capability||
Document Delivery via PDF's are now becoming the standard to insure timely delivery of journal articles and other health information.
|Small Project Award: Computer Equipment Upgrades||
The computers are heavily utilized by our Library customers. Often times there are waiting lists.