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Past Funded Projects

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2013
Title Description Amount
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).

$9,900
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,

$5,417
iPads to support CLIP Consumer Health Ambassador Program

The Atlantic Health System (AHS) will provide iPads for the Ambassadors who visit inpatients? bedsides.

$3,182
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.

$10,000
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

$5,415
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

$29,832
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

$3,311
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

$1,234,265
NOOKs and iPads for Healthcare Consumers

The Myra Mahon Patient Resource Center (PRC) at the Joan & Sanford I.

$8,408
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.

$2,750
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

$3,000
Professional Development - Consumer Genetics Conference

Award funds will support Carrie Iwema, University of Pittsburgh ?

$1,462
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.

$1,500
Professional Development - Supporting Clinical Care: An Institute in Evidence-based Practice for Med

Award funds will support Elaine Dean, Penn State Hershey - George T.

$1,500
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

$1,500
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.

$1,478
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.

$1,500
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.

$805
Professional Development: Evidence Based Librarianship in Practice

This course is taught by Lorie Kloda, MLIS, AHIP, PhD.

$1,400
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.

$1,918

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