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2015
Title Description Amount
The Survive and Thrive Retreat for Women Veterans and Millitary

Happy Wednesday will provide educational programs for women veterans and military dealing with the challenges of suicide, divorce and PTSD.

$3,550
2014
Title Description Amount
Addressing Unasked Clinical Questions

this project will pilot, refine and distribute a survey on the subject and the resulting data will be used to construct a knowledge management intervention.

$3,200
Connect

Initiative to provide regional on-site training on the awareness and use of National Library of Medicine (NLM) health information resources to targeted providers (both affiliated and not affiliated

$25,000
CoughSpot Community Education

The primary goal of the program is to develop children?s awareness of the need to cover one?s cough and sneeze.

$2,298
CoughSpot Community Education Continuation Project

The primary goal of the program is to develop children?s awareness of the need to cover one?s cough and sneeze. This expands the project SYS_TR_10139

$6,150
CoughSpot Community Education Project

Award Part 1 -$2298 - the primary goal of the program is to develop children?s awareness of the need to cover one?s cough and sneeze. Award Part 2 - $6150 - continuation of the original project

$8,448
Digitization of Medical Instruments

The project will result in a curated online collection of images of medical instruments.

$8,964
Expanded Public Health Information Access: NICHSR Proposal for Additional States

The Expanded Public Health Information Access Project would extend the geographic scope and duration of the initial Digital Library effort.

$225,000
Health Literacy Program Day

The goal of the project is to increase NE Region librarians? health literacy knowledge and skills and provide opportunity for cross-disciplinary health literacy exploration.

$5,346
HOSA Student Leadership Training 2013

Sponsorship of the MassAHEC Health Occupations Student of America Student Leadership Training 2013

$2,000
Information Literacy for Allied Health Students

The project will develop and implement information literacy programs for students in the allied health professions.

$2,700
Library Outreach for Access and Functional Needs During a Disaster

This project will establish a program to enhance the role of the Nashua Public Library in assisting individuals and families with access and functional needs and the development of emergency plans

$6,000
Literacy Project Collaborative

The project will educate low-income residents of Franklin County on digital health literacy.

$7,991
Memorial Hospital Technology Improvement

The funds will allow the library to purchase a projector/screen/laptop to be used for teaching purposes including PubMed searching.

$2,113
Nashua Patient Self-Advocacy

The goal of the project is to create health information videos and distribute them to 10 sites for viewing in the Nashua metropolitan area.

$7,000
Outline for Food and Nutrition Course

The funds will be used to develop a graduate level course on nutrition education.

$4,000
Partners in Information Access for the Public Health Workforce Website (2011-2016)

Partners in Information for the Public Health Website, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Lamar Soutter Library, proposes to continue the enhancement of the Partners in Information Access

$88,000
Patient Education at the Point of Care

The goal of the project is for patients receiving care at LRH?s Infusion Center will receive authoritative, current and understandable patient education.

$1,995
Public Health Information Access through the New England Region

This project has 2 funding sources - NNO and NICHSR The purpose of the NER portion of the project is to provide public health departments with assess to selected licensed e-resources and gain insig

$352,770
Public Health Information Access through the New England Region(Ubiquitous)

The purpose of the project is to better understand the usefulness of providing public health departments with access to selected licensed e-resources and gain insight into what evidence-based infor

$127,770

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