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Past Funded Projects

2015
Title Description Amount
Health Information Literacy On-the-Go: iPads for the Health Sciences

The John J.

$9,867
Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians offered by the Harvard Graduate School of Education

Funds will support attendance at the Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians and improve information access services at the different branches of the NYU Health Sciences.

$1,500
Levy Library Disaster Ready Day Workshop

The goals of this workshop are to create a general awareness of the need for emergency preparedness planning among Levy Library staff, especially among library leadership.

$608
Libraries as Lifeboats: Communities in Crisis

The idea behind this proposal is to pay-forward the information and inspiration received at the Pathways to Normalcy pre-conference session at the NYLA annual conference in October, while adding an

$3,800
Licensed to ILL: Giving interlibrary loan a boost

Funding will support purchase of ILL equipment to increase access to information and promote and expand Loansome Doc services to unaffiliated users.

$10,000
Love Yourself: building awareness of body image & sharing resources at the Health & Wellness Center

The Health and Wellness Center at St.

$3,000
Mental Health First Aid for Pennsylvania?s Rural Communities

This endeavor will support the Pennsylvania Behavioral Health and Aging Coalition in organizing, advertising, and implementing, four sessions of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training to be offere

$15,000
NN/LM MAR Mentoring Program

Under the recommendation of the NN/LM MAR Hospital Library Special Advisory Group, this mentorship program has been funded to connect 3 hospital librarians within MAR with 3 experienced mentors.

$9,000
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

$1,238,982
PA Forward Evaluation Technology James V. Brown

The technology purchased under this award will be used as this library is a cohort member of the ?PA Forward: Effectively Evaluating Consumer Health Information Programs.?

$1,910
PA Forward Evaluation Technology Sugar Grove

The technology purchased under this award will be used as this library is a cohort member of the ?PA Forward: Effectively Evaluating Consumer Health Information Programs.?

$1,127
PA Forward Evaluation Technology: Kreutz Creek Valley

The technology purchased under this award will be used as this library is a cohort member of the ?PA Forward: Effectively Evaluating Consumer Health Information Programs.?

$2,173
PA Forward Evaluation Technology: West Pittston

The technology purchased under this award will be used as this library is a cohort member of the ?PA Forward: Effectively Evaluating Consumer Health Information Programs.?

$2,913
PA Forward: Effectively Evaluating Consumer Health Information Programs

This PA Forward Project will provide an opportunity to train public libraries in the effective use of measurable assessment tools that will provide valuable information that will be helpful in advo

$19,500
Pet First Aid

The Pet First Aid program is a wonderful opportunity to educate our community participants not only in basic pet first aid skills and techniques but also in the differences between pet and human fi

$15,000
Public Health Disparities: High School Seniors Perspective of Health Policy?s Effect on Communities

High School Students from Propel Andrew Street High School will participate in a project that will analyze the Public Health System from a global perspective to local communities.

$8,434
Public Library Emergency Preparedness and Participation in Community Level Disaster Response in Lancaster County Pennsylvania

The purpose of this project is to ensure the preparedness of the staffs and administrations of Public Libraries in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to deal with internal emergencies and enhance their

$8,230
PubMed for Trainers (Felician College)

Funding will support attendance at PubMed for trainers and strengthen and deepen the information literacy instructional services provided to Felician?s undergraduate and graduate nursing students.

$485
PubMed for Trainers (Stony Brook)

Funding will support Jamie Saragossi, Stony Brook University Health Sciences Library to attend the PubMed for Trainers course in Bethesda, MD on February 11, 2016.

$946
Quality and Access of Patient Educational Material in the Cole Memorial service area

This project is intended to obtain the appropriate equipment to enhance and produce health education for individuals living in an underserved rural area.

$9,979

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