Past Funded Projects
|Professional Development: National Network of Libraries of Medicine Emergency Preparedness and Response Summit: Creating a Readiness Culture within Pennsylvania Libraries||
Funds will support the District Consultant at Scranton Public Library to attend the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Emergency Preparedness and Response Summit: Creating a Readiness Cultur
|Professional Development: PubMed for Trainers (Eastern University)||
Funding will support Mark Puterbaugh , Eastern University to attend the PubMed for Trainers course in Bethesda, MD on June 26, 2014.
|Professional development: United States Conference on African Immigrant Health (USCAIH 2014)-Health Behaviors of the African Diaspora: Culture, Integration, Migration||
Funding will support 2 members of Coalition of African and Caribbean Communities (AFRICOM) to attend the United States Conference on African Immigrant Health (USCAIH 2014)-Health Behaviors of the A
|Professional Development: Winner of the 2014 MAR National Medical Library Month Contest||
As the recipient of the MAR National Medical Librarian month ? 2014 Share your Story Contest, this award will support registration and airfare for MLA 2015 in Austin, TX.
|Promoting Evidence-Based Practice: A Nursing and Library Collaboration||
The librarian and nursing administration will join forces to create a Nursing Education Council, whose mission will be to raise the level of nursing scholarship and increase evidence-based practice
|Queens Library Women?s Community Health Conference||
Funding will support Queens Library to host a Women?s Community Health Conference.
|Read Around the Library: A Health Happy You||
The American Literacy Corporation and the East Shore Area Library will hold a Healthy Community Day for Harrisburg Area families.
|Skype Your Medical Librarian: Linking North County Critical Access Hospitals||
The Skype Your Medical Librarian project will be administered by the staff of the Hunter-Rice Health Sciences Library/Hospital Services Library Program.
|Systematic Review Workshop: The Nuts and Bolts for Librarians ? (Albert Einstein)||
Funds will support attendance for one librarian at the Systematic Review Workshop (http://www.hsls.pitt.edu/systematicreview/) held at the H
|Systematic Reviews: The Role of the Librarian||
Funds will support the Central NY Library Resource Council to host a one-day workshop, ?Systematic Reviews: The Role of the Librarian.? The course will be taught by Margaret J.
|Tablets and Apps for On-the-Go Healthcare Practitioners||
Access to, and knowledge of, the latest technology allows our health care professionals to offer the best patient care possible.
|The Affordable Care Act: Access to Care - Libraries making a Difference||
NN/LM MAR staff has been in discussions with Network members and members of NN/LM MAR Special Advisory Groups and Regional Advisory Committee to solicit feedback on challenges academic, hospital an
|The Work of a Country Doctor: Digitizing the Notebooks, Photographs, and Ephemera of Dr. H.T. Jackson||
The Robert L. Brown History of Medicine Collection, of the University at Buffalo?s (UB) Health Sciences Library, proposes to digitize unique components of our recently acquired collection of Dr.
|Understanding the Psychiatric Issues of Dementia||
The Pennsylvania Behavioral Health and Aging Coalition (PBHAC), a statewide alliance of individuals and organizations concerned about the unmet behavioral health (i.e.
|A Clinical Information Tool for Community Health Centers: a demonstration and evaluation project||
The feasibility study funded in 2012-2013 concluded free clinical resources are available and can be grouped using an online federated search tool.
|An Assessment of Health Information Needs of Critical Access Hospitals in Pennsylvania and New York||
While health information technology (HIT) has the potential to improve access to information, reduce medical errors, lower costs, and improve patient care, many hospitals---especially Critical Acce
|Archival Images Digitization: Telling the Penn State Hershey Story||
The purpose of this project is to digitize and make accessible the collection of visual media held by the George T. Harrell Health Sciences Library.
|Assessing the Health Information Needs of the Madison County Rural Health Council||
With this project, the Central New York Library Resources Council (CLRC) will work with the Madison County (NY) Rural Health Council to determine their information needs and develop a relationship
|Body Apps: iPads for Undergrad Anatomy & Physiology Students||
In a collaborative effort the Penn State Hazleton Library and Department of Biology would like to utilize iPads and apps in the undergraduate Anatomy and Physiology curricula.
|Development of a Service for NIH Public Access Compliance||
In response to the policy change and the amount of articles not in compliance, the NYU Health Sciences Libraries will partner with the NYU Langone Medical Center?s Office of Science and Research (O