Recently Funded Projects
|Augmenting Reality: Building the Health Profession Pipeline||
The Medical Education department of Maine Medical Center strives to grow the next generation of medical professionals to serve the people of the state of Maine.
|Customer Relations Database||
Currently we cannot track if a client who accesses the SSP has also been tested or has received Narcan.
|HPV-Oro-pharyngeal cancer education for Boston area youth||
The main aim of this project is to implement three HPV educational interventions in the Boston area to improve knowledge, attitude and comfort levels of OHPs in being able to talk to their young pa
|Interactive Technology in the Classroom K ? 4||
This technology funding proposal is to obtain state of the art technology in the science and health/wellness classrooms grades K-4 at St. Joseph School.
|Just Look It Up Event||
Background Based on the data collected through the key informant interviews conducted during Q1 and Q2 the need for teen education in the area of sexual health, specifically for HPV and other sexua
|PPF Perinatal Photosynthesis Community Outreach||
Pettaway Pursuit Foundation's continuing goal is to empower all expecting Medicaid mothers we service with education and support throughout their prenatal and postpartum period in a concerted
|A Regional Professional Development Program for Scholarly Communication||
Worcester Polytechnic seeks an NNLM NER Member Program Award to subsidize hosting of the 2017 ACRL Scholarly Communication Roadshow.
|Administrative Management Software and Community Needs Assessment To Identify Needed Resources for Families Affected by Addiction in Southeastern Massachusetts||
1 Organize existing donor, volunteer, and constituent data so that it may be used to support the effectiveness of the program and allow for increased funding to serve clients now and in the future.
|Alternative Peer Groups (APGs): An Innovative Solution to Address Gaps in the Care Continuum for Prevention and Recovery of Addiction||
The Alternative Peer Group (APG) is a comprehensive adolescent recovery support model that integrates recovering peers and prosocial activities into evidence-based clinical practice.They are a crit
|Bridging Health Information Gaps at the Public Library||
Access to reliable health information for vulnerable populations: Vulnerable populations often reflect diversity from a number of perspectives.
|Cancer Conversation: Saving lives through early cancer detection||
15-40 Connection and the National Network of Libraries of Medicine both work to provide access to vital health information to improve quality of life and the healthcare experience.
We will continue supporting our education program with previous participants who wish to continue.
|CoughSpot 2017-18 Community Engagement Program||
We would like to extend the Program's reach to more of New England, all while streamlining the Program to teach people to appropriately cover their cough.
|Couples Team Work: Promoting Access to Information and Resources for Vulnerable Populations||
Couples Team Work is a program for couples in which one partner has a chronic illness and the other is transitioning into a role of partner/caregiver.
|Doula Technology Enhancement Project||
Pettaway Pursuit Foundation's goal is to empower new mothers with education and support throughout the prenatal and postpartum period, to achieve healthy newborn outcomes through healthier and
|Education and Support for Prevention, Intervention and Recovery||
This project will create a four pronged approach to education and support for students and families faced with addiction and recovery. Addiction is a family disease.
|Eureka Research Fair||
|Girls Inc. Healthy Living Project||
Girls Inc. of Worcester plans to offer a nine month program (July 2017- March 2018) for 90 high school girls enrolled in Eureka!
|Health in the Square||
The Health In The Square project will provide learning opportunities to the Mason Square community on nutrition, gardening, and health literacy.
|Health Literacy Collaborations: Addressing the Health Information Needs of Organizations Serving Adults with Low Health Literacy and Limited English Proficiency||
The Plain Language for Health (PL4H) workshop is designed to increase consumer access to health information and services by training health information specialists, educators, librarians and others