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Recently Funded Projects

Title Description Amount
Improving Health Information Literacy in Middle School Children

The proposed project is a health information outreach program for middle school children. The overall goals of the project are 1. to improve the health information literacy knowledge and skills 2.

Improving the Health Information Literacy Skills of Older Adults and Caregivers

The project has three goals: to empower older adults who seek reliable online sources of health information, increase future health professionals awareness and use of NLM online resources and devel

Knowledge Management Project Stage Two

The second phase of the Knowledge Management project will expand the content area, and gather current practices and processes from our Research Institute.

Maine Medical Center Archives Digitization

The Maine Medical Center will purchase software to aid in digitizing a portion of their collections to facilitate sharing the images online and broaden their outreach activities.

Maine Medical Center Archives Project

The goal of the project is to establish an electronically accessible repository for photographic images.

MCPHS Express Library Digitization

This award will be used to digitize collections which document pharmacy and patient care practices in the New England region and make them accessible for research.

NAHSL 2013 Conference Sponsorship

Sponsorship of the Knowledge management panel at the NAHSL Conference.

NAHSL Sponsorship Award

Sponsorship of the North Atlantic Health Science Libraries Annual Conference.

North Country EMS: 21st EMS Conference Project

The goal is to strengthen the competencies and build capacity of EMS Professionals in rural counties of New Hampshire and Vermont at the EMS Conference.

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

Proposal for HSPP Funding for Loaner Laptops

Funds will provide loaner laptops for the Graduate School of Medicine's Health Sciences Preparatory Program.

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

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

Purchasing computers for Hands-on Arch Training at the JFK Family Services Center

Computers will be purchased for the JFK Family Services Center for hands on Arch Training.

Quabbin High School HOSA Partnership

HOSA will provide support NN/LMs efforts to increase awareness and use of the NLM health information resources among the HOSA members and youth in Northern Worcester County.

Sponsorship for Friends of the Leominster Public Library

Sponsorship Award - Group to host information session on NLM Resources

Standards of Care for Rehabilitation Services

This project involves creating, organizing and maintaining a knowledge management system of the Standards of Care that are produced by the Dept.

Supporting eScience Learning and Practice through the New England Region

The eScience program will act as a Community of Interest and will collect, maintain and make available locally produced data resulting from clinical and science-based research.

Technology Improvement Award

Purchase of a Digital Sender Scanner for the Dr. Edward Cardillo Health Sciences Library

Tufts Express Library Digitization Project

The award will allow digitization of unique collections not currently in the Tufts Digital Library and make them available to researchers.