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Past Funded Projects

2017
Title Description Amount
Community Health Outreach: Comics and Medicine 2017 Conference

This project will bring the Comics and Medicine 2017 Conference to Seattle, WA on June 15-17, 2017 at the Seattle Public Library.

$12,000
Community Health Outreach: Health Kiosks Increase Access

Over twelve months, Multnomah County Library will pilot the use of health information kiosks in select branches.

$4,440
Community Health Outreach: Improving Diagnosis and Treatment of Dementia in Primary Care

Washington State has the third highest rate of death from Alzheimer's disease of any state in the nation. This is expected to increase 40% in next 10 years and 181% over the next 30 years.

$9,500
Community Health Outreach: Improving Rural Montanans' Access to Quality Health Information

This project will consist of a spectrum of outreach activities that MSU Librarians will implement to educate Montana constituencies about National Library of Medicine resources and services.

$12,000
Health Sciences Library Partnership: Inland Northwest Librarians Data Management Workshop

This project will bring the Association of College & Research Libraries' workshop ?Building your Research Data Management Toolkit: Integrating RDM into Your Liaison Work?

$7,450
Health Sciences Library Partnership: OHSU Data Science Institute for Researchers, Librarians and Information Specialists

The Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Data Science Institute will bring together researchers, librarians and information specialists from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and

$9,500
Health Sciences Library Partnership: Planning for Success: The Impact of Data Management Plans on Grant Awards and Grant-Funded Research

Funding agencies such as National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health are increasingly requiring data management plans (DMPs) in grant proposals.

$9,500
Professional Development: APHA 2016, Ravindran

This conference is directly relevant to the goals of the applicant's institution and program.

$1,500
Professional Development: Institute in Evidence-Based Practice, Kane

Applicant will attend the Institute in Evidence-Based Practice, an intensive 3-day introductory course that teaches medical librarians the skills they need to support evidence-based practice at the

$2,000
Technology Improvement: Chelan-Douglas Health District Website Improvement Project

The Chelan-Douglas Health District website improvement project is aimed at improving the ability of English and Spanish speaking community members and healthcare professionals in Chelan and Douglas

$4,950
Technology Improvement: Whatcom Taking Action and SEAS

The Arc of Whatcom County serves as the lead agency for Whatcom Taking Action, a collaborative of community leaders, parents, service and care providers working to create a cohesive system of servi

$5,000
2016
Title Description Amount
Best Practice in Decision-Making

The goal of this proposed project is to promote evidence-based practice in healtcare management by providing an educational program on evidence-based management {EBMgt) for health administrators in

$15,000
Health Professions Outreach in Eastern Washington

The purpose of this project is to advance health literacy capacity and to improve clinical information discovery skills of health professionals in Eastern Washington.

$61,755
Information Resources for Alaska?s Healthcare Providers and Consumers: Outreach in the Last Frontier

The primary goal of this Alaska Medical Library project is to improve the quality of life and health for citizens of Alaska by providing information outreach services to the healthcare workforce, e

$60,806
Knowledge is Health: Interprofessional Partnerships to Promote Health Literacy

An important aim of the NN/LM PNR application for the 2016-2021 is to support collaborations in the Pacific Northwest Region that foster effective use of current, high quality, information and deci

$59,885
MOU: Public Health Information Access Project, Washington State OY4

The Public Health Digital Library, a project of the Lamar Soutter Library (NN/LM New England Region, University of Massachusetts Medical School) aims to cost-effectively provide full-text resources

$15,000
NN/LM Pacific NW Region 2016-2021

The mission of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) is to advance the progress of medicine and improve the public health by 1) providing all U.S health professionals with equal acc

$1,281,642
Professional Development: Access for All in Emergency Preparedness and Response

Funding will support the ?Access for All in Emergency Preparedness and Response?

$1,000
Professional Development: Data Forum 2016 Hart

Applicant will use funds to attend Using Data to Improve Clinical Patient Outcomes Forum at University of Washington.

$750
Professional Development: PubMed for Trainers 2015 Brown

Attend PubMed for Trainers training in Seattle, WA. This class offers training to: Enhance knowledge of the MEDLINE database.

$1,067

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