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Past Funded Projects

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2005
Title Description Amountsort ascending
Using the NN/LM to Improve Health Education in Royal City

The staff at the Clinic at Royal City will work to assess the health needs of the rural community where they are located, and to create a user-friendly, bilingual web site for health information.

$10,000
Improved Access to Health Information for Low-income Residents

Kootenai Medical Center Library staff will research and install software for a computer kiosk at Dirne Community Health Center, which serves low income, uninsured, and underinsured populations of K

$9,900
In the Know

The Project Manager and a Student Intern will train staff at Outside In, a social service agency which operates a medical/dental/alternative health clinic and provides day programs and transitional

$9,600
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.

$9,550
2006
Title Description Amountsort ascending
Using the NN/LM to Improve Health Education in Royal City

The staff at the Clinic at Royal City will work to assess the health needs of the rural community where they are located, and to create a user-friendly, bilingual web site for health information.

$10,000
Healthy Kids in Kittitas County

This project will foster collaboration between community agencies, public health entities, and libraries in Kittitas County, Washington.

$10,000
2014
Title Description Amountsort ascending
MOU for Promotion, Training and Collaboration OY3

Montana State University Libraries-Bozeman agrees to: 1.

$10,000
Technology Improvement: Kalispell Regional hospital Patient Portal Education Access

The goal of this project is to improve access to Kalispell Regional Hospital's patient portal and patient education resources.

$9,800
Technology Improvement: Enhancing Educational Content Delivery

The goal of this project is to expand the reach of UW HSL's instruction to more patrons. This will be accomplished by creating self-paced, interactive user-directed online learning modules.

$9,798
2011
Title Description Amountsort ascending
MOU for Promoting Emerging Roles of Medical Librarians

New information technologies and related applications are constantly emerging in the fields of library and information science, communications, biomedical research and health care.

$10,000
MOU for Promotion, Training and Collaboration OY2

For the state of Montana: 1. Promote NLM and NN/LM programs and services. 2. Improve health information access in community colleges for librarians, students, faculty and staff.

$10,000
Health Info Services Promotion: Collaboration Fosters Success

The University of Washington (UW) Health Sciences Library (HSL) will use the funds to work with UW Creative to develop a promotional/branding campaign around the theme of collaboration to encourage

$10,000
Medical Library Pilot Project: OCCAM (Online Clinical Care Algorithms and Messages)

With previous support from the NNLM PNR, Amy Harper, UW Health Sciences Library Clinical Librarian, lead a team that created an open-source content management system to collect and publish institut

$9,781
2015
Title Description Amountsort ascending
Technology Improvement: One-Stop Online Health Care Directory

The goal of this project is to create a directory of links to health information for East African immigrants.

$10,000
Technology Improvement: Equal Access to Health Information

The project goal is to teach linguistically, culturally, and racially diverse parents of children with disabilities and special healthcare needs who have limited English proficiency or low English

$10,000
Technology Improvement: Instructional Technology Upgrade

Eleven Providence Health & Services and Swedish Health libraries reorganized at the end of 2014 to provide a system-wide library service.

$9,994
Technology Improvement: Expanding Legacy Health?s Info Literacy Training Program

The goal of this project is to increase Legacy health care providers awareness of and skill using the library?s available information resources and tools.

$9,920
Technology Improvement: Bilingual Patient Education

The project goal is to provide the tools necessary for the Cascade Medical Clinic physicians and mid-level providers to create personalized libraries of patient education materials to meet the uniq

$9,590
2004
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Locating Healthcare Resources for Rural Communities (OP AHEC)

Oregon Pacific AHEC will use Internet technology to enhance consumer use of online medical educational resources in northwest rural Oregon. This Internet promotion project has two components.

$9,978
2017
Title Description Amountsort ascending
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

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