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Samaritan Health Services Receives 2011 Innovation Award

Samaritan Health Services, an NN/LM PNR Network Member, has won the Rethinking Resource Sharing (RRS) 2011 Innovation Award for their project Access for All: Gateway to Information about Health Research Funding and Resources.  Access for All consists of two web-based services, and, and is available to 5,000 employees, medical residents and students affiliated with the community health system in the Willamette Valley. It is also free of charge to those engaged in research and other activities aimed at improving individual and community health.

Hope Leman, MLIS, research information technologist with the Center, accepted the award and a $1,000 check in Chicago at the Interlending and Document Supply (ILDS) Conference, “Resource Sharing in the Digital Age.”

The award monies will be used to advance scholarly research by Samaritan employees. Congratulations to librarian Hope Leman and the rest of the team!

3 Responses to “Samaritan Health Services Receives 2011 Innovation Award”

  1. Hope Leman Says:

    Hi, Pat. How very nice to win recognition from outstanding medical librarians like you and the rest of your team at the regional medical library. I know better than anyone how much you guys encourage us all to be innovative and provide funding, moreal support, guidance, expertise and suggestions along the way. We could not have done without you. Go, team indeed!

  2. Heidi Sue Adams Says:

    Congratulations Hope! Kudos!

  3. Sheree West Says:

    Congratulations, Hope, and great job!