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Past Funded Projects

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2006
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Buckland Project

The project will assess and address health information infrastructure needs, initially identified during the NLM Alaska Listening Circle visit to the Buckland Native Village.

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Fairbanks African-American Health Initiative

This project will utilize a collaborative, community-based and participatory approach to assess the health information needs of the African-American community in Fairbanks, Alaska.

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2004
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National College of Naturopathic Medicine--Electronic Document Delivery Award

National College of Naturopathic Medicine Library will purchase Ariel, Adobe Acrobat, and Clio software in order to send and receive electronic documents and track and organize ILL transactions.

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Western Migrant Stream--mini-training award (WSU)

Support presentation of PubMed and Beyond at 2004 Western Migrant Stream conference, training in use of NLM databases. Rural and Hispanic focus.

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Public Health--Seattle King County, Community Outreach Partnership Planning

Improve linkages and information sharing between the King County Somali communities and public health agencies, with special attention to environmental justice issues.

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Computer Health Literacy for Seniors in Northern Idaho

Assessment of computer literacy, evaluation of patient-oriented materials, Web site development and training.

$0
2007
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Memorandum of Understanding 2006-2007 University of Alaska Anchorage

University of Alaska Anchorage will: 1.

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Building Capacity for Quality Nutrition Information in Seattle Public Schools

Schools play an important role in promoting awareness about the link between nutrition, lifelong health, and student learning.

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MOU Oregon Health & Science University 2006-2007

Oregon Health & Science University will: 1) Promote NLM and NN/LM programs and services by providing full support for an exhibit, program presentation, or course offering for at least one state

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2003
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Idaho Hospital Assn, Exhibit mini-award

Kootenai Medical Center librarians will exhibit at Idaho Hospital Assn meeting in Sun Valley and demonstrate NLM resources.

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Computer Health Literacy for Seniors in Northern Idaho

Assessment of computer literacy, evaluation of patient-oriented materials, Web site development and training.

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Oregon Rural Health exhibit, mini-award

Hospital librarian will exhibit at Oregon Rural Health Conference in Bend, demonstrating NLM resources.

$0
2005
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Voices of Hope--Suicide Prevention Planning award

Suicide is documented as a major public health problem in Montana.

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Health Sciences Information Service, UAA, exhibit award

Librarians from Univ Alaska Anchorage will exhibit at Alaska Palliative Care Symposium (May 2005) and Full Lives Conference (April 2005).

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SW Oregon Cyber Health Camp (SW Oregon AHEC Roseburg OR)

Development of an interactive Web-based cyber camp to help high school students from disadvantaged backgrounds learn about rural healthcare careers, employment opportunities, scholarships etc.

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2001
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Tribal Connections 3: Nez Perce Tribe

Develop and conduct training on accessing electronic health information; support and participate in health promotion activities; and provide analysis and advice regarding telecommunications and inf

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2010
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MOU for Oregon Outreach

The Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) will promote health literacy and access to evidence-based resources via the services, databases, and resources of the National Library of Medicine,

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Subcontract: Modeling Outreach to Under-Connected Health Organizations in Oregon

OHSU will develop a process to provide access to high quality health information to under-connected communities in Oregon.

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Professional Development: Summer Institute for Public Health Practice

Attendee will learn to analyze data for the development of relevant and significant health outcome measures.

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2012
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Technology Improvement: Resource Access Enhancement

The Grotto Library will replace old kiosk style computers (year 2002) to offer functional use of: ? The NLM?s Visible Human Project data for personal knowledge and curriculum uses ? Display of mode

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