Past Funded Projects
|Integration of the Free Library of Philadelphia as a City Public Health Preparedness and Response Partner||
This project would strengthen the public health emergency preparedness partnership between the Free Library of Philadelphia (FLP) and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH).
|iPad Technology: Targeted Evolution of Embedded Librarian Services||
The University at Buffalo Health Sciences Library (UBHSL) provides reference and instructional services to support the research, curricular and clinical programs of the Schools of Dental Medicine,
|iPads to support CLIP Consumer Health Ambassador Program||
The Atlantic Health System (AHS) will provide iPads for the Ambassadors who visit inpatients? bedsides.
|Mac Books for the D. Samuel Gottesman Library Training Room||
Librarians at the Library maintain a very active teaching schedule. Most training sessions are held in the training room.
|Medical Library Technology Upgrade and Expansion||
Funding is requested from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Middle Atlantic Region, to upgrade and expand the technology resources of the Jules Redish Memorial Library at South Nassau
|Mentoring Health Careers through Health Information Projects for High School and Middle School||
The Health Sciences Library staff at the Hofstra North Shore?LIJ School of Medicine proposes a partnership with the medical students to expand upon current service learning initiatives by targeting
|Mobile Technology in a Community Teaching Hospital Library: Tablets and E-books||
To enhance medical, nursing, and allied health education, patient care, and community knowledge of health conditions, Saint Barnabas Medical Center Health Sciences Library proposes to purchase digi
|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
|NOOKs and iPads for Healthcare Consumers||
The Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center (PRC) at the Joan & Sanford I.
|OPAL Advanced Training (One Page All Libraries)||
Hurricane Sandy helped identify the value of libraries after a disaster. In several instances, libraries contributed to disaster response.
|OPAL for Libraries in LOGIN (Libraries of Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland Counties Information Network)||
West Deptford Free Public Library will sponsor an OPAL (one page all libraries) readiness plan workshop in March or April 2014 for the members of LOGIN, a consortium of libraries from three South J
|Professional Development - Consumer Genetics Conference||
Award funds will support Carrie Iwema, University of Pittsburgh ?
|Professional Development - MAC Annual Meeting, Renaissance on the Rivers||
Award funds will be used by the MidAtlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association to support speaker fees for the 2013 MAC Annual Meeting held in Pittsburgh, PA.
|Professional Development - Supporting Clinical Care: An Institute in Evidence-based Practice for Med||
Award funds will support Elaine Dean, Penn State Hershey - George T.
|Professional Development: Aligning efforts to improve community and public health||
Funding will support up to 30 public health students to attend the 2013 Pennsylvania Public Health Association and Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health Annual Conference, Aligning efforts to Improve
|Professional Development: Communicating Clinically||
Award funds will be used by the UNYOC Chapter of the Medical Library Association to support instructor fees for Julia Esparza, Communicating Clinically, 4 MLA CE.
|Professional Development: Computers in Libraries 2014||
Funding will support Elisabeth Marrapodi from Trinitas Regional Medical Center to attend the Computer in Libraries 2014 conference, Washington, D.C., April 7-9, 2014.
|Professional Development: Demystifying Molecular Biology||
Funding will support the New York ?New Jersey Chapter of the Medical Library Association to host the CE, Demystifying Molecular Biology for its members on September 30, 2013.
|Professional Development: Evidence Based Librarianship in Practice||
This course is taught by Lorie Kloda, MLIS, AHIP, PhD.
|Professional Development: Health Literacy Institute||
Funding will support Helen Houpt from Pinnacle Health System to attend the Health Literacy Institute in Freeport, Maine on June 2-5, 2013.