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Past Funded Projects

2015
Title Description Amount
Health Info Services: Healthy Teeth and Healthy Bodies

The Backpack Academy (BPA) will install an onsite kiosk of health care pamphlets and information to be shared to the broader African American community.

$4,580
Health Info Services: Neighborhood Health Link: Community Connections for Helping Relationships

Neighborhood Health Link (NHLink)?http://www.nhlink.org?is a Group Health-sponsored, 508-compliant web-based portal to community resources in King and Pierce counties for healthy eating, active liv

$5,000
Medical Library Pilot Project: Catalyzing a Culture of Open Science

The goal of the project is to stimulate OHSU students? and early career researchers?

$14,916
Medical Library Pilot Project: Supporting Writing Development in the Health Sciences

The goal of the project is to expand writing support for students, faculty and staff in the health sciences.

$14,753
MOU for Oregon Outreach OY4

Carry out the following responsibilities for outreach in Oregon for Option Year 4 (Aug 1, 2015-April 30, 2016). 1.

$15,000
MOU for Promotion, Training and Collaboration OY4

During the period of May 1, 2015 ?

$19,906
Pacific Northwest Region, NN/LM 2011-2016

RML Contract

$1,117,984
Professional Development: Data Visualization for Storytellers Carol Cahill

Data Visualization for Storytellers is a two-day, hands-on certificate program focused on communicating complex information with visually appealing charts, graphs and maps.

$970
Professional Development: FORCE2015

Attend FORCE2015: Research Communication & e-Scholarship Conference.

$1,500
Professional Development: Information Technology in Academic Medicine Conference Gray

Funding for medical librarian Jamie Gray to attend the 2015 Information Technology in Academic Medicine Conference in San Diego CA in June of 2015. Ms.

$1,495
Professional Development: Institute in Evidence Based Medicine Jason Fetty

Supporting Clinical Care: An Institute in Evidence-Based Practice for Medical Librarians is a valuable and highly relevant course for Kalispell Regional Medical Center, because KRMC began its Magne

$1,500
Professional Development: Residency Curriculum Resource

Award funds would provide faculty one-year access (subscription) to The Family Medicine Residency Curriculum Resource (RCR), an online library which houses more than 70 peer-reviewed, case-based pr

$1,500
Regional Symposium: Pacific Northwest Research and Data Forum

The Pacific Northwest Research and Data Forum will bring together researchers, librarians and information specialists from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and northern California to share their work in t

$11,773
Regional Symposium: Regional Symposium on Biomedical Science Curriculum

The goal of the Regional Symposium on Biomedical Science Curriculum is to bring together all of the secondary biomedical science teachers from across the state of Montana to learn more about: ?

$6,084
Subcontract: Outreach in the Last Frontier OY4

The Alaska Medical Library of the University of Alaska Anchorage seeks to improve the quality of life and health for the citizens of the state by providing information outreach services to the heal

$46,746
Technology Improvement: AcuTrials: Enhancing Access to Acupuncture Research

The goal of this project is improve access to research literature on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. This will be accomplished by replacing the current system behind AcuTrials with RefBase.

$5,500
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
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: Expanding Educational Opportunities

The Northwest Regional Primary Care Association (NWRPCA) will improve educational capabilities in both face-to-face settings and distance learning modalities by 1) replacing or upgrading outdated p

$10,892
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

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