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Past Funded Projects

Title Description Amount
Systematic Reviews in Health Sciences Education and Research Collaboration with the Library

Project goals are to build Duquesne?s faculty members?

Tablet Computing for Health Sciences Librarians

After several years of difficult transition, the SBU Health Sciences Library is now in a period of growth and ?catch up?

The Author?s Toolkit, Phase I

Librarians will undertake this project in order to assist graduate students with the mandatory requirement to publish the results of their research.

The First 72 are on You: Prepare, Respond and Recover

?The First 72?

U. S. Health Forum: Healthy Congregations, Healthy Communities

The US Forum will provide the special opportunity for a faith community nurse to network across the country and elsewhere in the world with Faith Community Nurses, other Health Ministers and Agenci

UNYOC Annual Meeting, exhibitor 2015

Funds will support an exhibit opportunity for the HSLANJ Group Licensing Initiative to expand health information resources to medical libraries throughout Upstate NY.

Workflow & Instructional Services Improvement Project (WISIP)

The goal of the project is to improve iPads lending collection workflow and the librarians?

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

Our previous project, Mental Health First Aid for Librarians, has been filled to capacity in each of our sessions.

Title Description Amount
2014 MAC-MLA Annual Meeting, From Old to New: Historic Foundations to Unimaginable Frontiers

Award funds will help support the cost of CE instructors for the 2014 MAC-MLA Annual Meeting, From Old to New: Historic Foundations to Unimaginable Frontiers and reduce rates for class participants

?Technology and Your Health? ? A Program for Low Income, Underserved Youth

The YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh proposes to work with the Pitt Science Outreach program this summer (2014) to offer a new 6-week program called ?Technology and Your Health?

Assessment of the Online Health Information Needs of Medical Providers Working in Urban and Rural Underserved Areas

As the volume of health information proliferates at an ever-increasing pace, medical providers working with patients must stay abreast of the changes.

Bridging the Gap: Using Technology to Increase Older Adults? Health Literacy Skills

The Marian Sutherland Kirby Library is seeking to fund two computers designed for use by older adults with a large print keyboard, large touchscreen monitors, a mouse designed for older adults, and

Collaboration: a simple recipe for improving research productivity in the community teaching hospital

The project is a collaborative effort between the SIUH Medical Library and Department of Research.

Cooking for Good Health and Happiness

This interactive program will introduce older adults to healthy cooking techniques and free online health information resources.

Disasters and Emergencies: Are You Prepared

In working with the Clinton County Emergency Services team, Ross Library will educate Clinton County residents on disaster related information, such as enhancing emergency preparedness and increasi

Embedded and Empowered: Making an Impact with Embedded Librarianship

Funds will support CLRC to offer LRC a full day workshop on Embedded Librarianship to hospital and health sciences librarians in upstate New York.

Emergency Preparedness Partnering

Preparing and providing generations of residents with emergency preparedness knowledge and skills, the Township of Washington Public Library hopes to help their residents to avoid unnecessary dange

Empowering Diabetic and Cardiac Disease patients with Quality Health Information Instruction

The goal of the Outreach to Consumers project is for Kaleida Health librarians to teach diabetic patients, being treated at Buffalo General Medical Center?s (BGMC) Heart & Lung Center (HLC) how

Enhancing Access to Mental Health Information For Health Professionals In Northeastern Pennsylvania

The Outreach to Health Professionals Award entitled, Enhancing Access to Mental Health Information for Health Professionals in Northeastern Pennsylvania, will allow The Commonwealth Medical College

Exhibit award: Eastern Psychological Association, 86th EPA Meeting

Funds will support booth fees and travel costs to exhibit at the Eastern Psychological Association, 86th EPA Meeting in Philadelphia, PA. March 5-7, 2015.