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Past Funded Projects

Title Description Amount
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.

Exhibitor: Rome Memorial Hospital Mental Health Conference

Funds will support the circuit librarian for the Central NY Library Resource Council to exhibit and promote NLM resources at the Rome Memorial Hospital Mental Health Conference in NY.

Going Green, Going Mobile, Going Kiosky: Enhancing Reference Services for LIU Brooklyn Students

We are submitting this proposal for additional new technology to our current offering of computer access and reference services.

Health and Wellness Awareness Program

The Health and Wellness Awareness program is comprised of three phases: (1) a health and wellness fair, (2) health workshops, (3) itinerant HIV campaign.

Health Literacy and Positive Youth Development: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Advance African Development Inc.

Health Sciences Library Association of New Jersey Group Licensing Initiative: 2014-2015

For 12 years, the Health Sciences Library Association of New Jersey (HSLANJ) Group Licensing Initiative (GLI) has been working with hospital libraries to provide access to quality and authoritative

Integration of the Free Library of Philadelphia as Public Health Preparedness and Response Partner: 2

This project would further integrate the Free Library of Philadelphia (FLP) as a Public Health Preparedness and Response Partner of the Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH).

Just for the Health of It Goes Mobile

The East Brunswick Public Library is requesting funding to mobilize it?s Just for the Health of It initiative with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical Sc

Mental Health First Aid for Library Staff

To provide New Jersey library staff with mental health literacy tools and resources to deal calmly and effectively with customers who may be suffering from stress or mental health issues in their l

Mental Health First Aid Instructor Training

The MHFA Instructor Training is an intensive, 5-day course, designed to instruct and certify mental health professionals and laypeople with a strong interest/background in mental health to train em

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

Outreach to Librarians, Health Professions Faculty, and Students in Health Sciences programs at Community Colleges

The Southeastern NY Library Resources Council (SENYLRC) is planning to partner with five community colleges in the Mid-Hudson Valley to expand the access to, and use of National Library of Medicine

Professional Development: 2015 HSLANJ and MLA-Phil Joint Meeting

Funds will support costs for CE trainers at the Joint MLA-Phil and HSLANJ conference.

Professional development: A View to the Future: Policy and Practice Impacts on Community and Public Health

Funding will support up to 30 public health students to attend the 2014 Pennsylvania Public Health Association and Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health Annual Conference, A View to the Future: Polic

Professional Development: Library Preparedness and Response - Active Shooter Training

Funds will support James V Brown Library to host Active Shooter training for libraries across Pennsylvania.