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Past Funded Projects

Title Description Amount
Healthwise-ILA exhibit mini-award

Healthwise librarian will exhibit at Idaho Library Assn in Boise, Oct 6-8, 2004.

Healthy Kids in Kittitas County

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

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

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

Indian Health Fair mini-exhibit award, Edmonds Community College

The American Indian Student Association will exhibit at an Indian Health Fair associated with the 19th Annual Pow Wow at Edmonds Community College, May 6-8, 2005.

Kenai Community Library--Mini-exhibit award

Public librarians will exhibit at the 10th Annual Village Health Fair, to be held at Soldotna High School, March 12, 2005.

Legacy Emanuel Hospital Electronic Document Delivery Award

Legacy Emanuel library will purchase a scanner to provide timely electronic document delivery of medical literature for health professionals and other libraries.

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.

Missoula Area Parish Nurse Ministries--2005 exhibit award

Parish nurses will exhibit at the Missoula Health Fair, Southgate Mall, January 7, 2006. They will demonstrate MedlinePlus and other online resources.

Need Health Info? Assessing Trustworthy Health Information Online in NW Montana

The librarian at Kalispell Regional Medical Center will work with previously trained Health Information Providers to increase access to health information by health care consumers.

Planetree Health Resource Center Electronic Document Delivery Award

Planetree Health Resource Center will purchase a scanner and software to provide electronic document delivery via email.

Providence Portland Medical Center Electronic Document Delivery Award

Providence Portland Medical Center's Health Sciences Library will purchase a flatbed scanner and Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Standard software in order to provide articles in pdf format to other librari

Puget Sound Alliance for Community Technology (PSACT) Planning Award

Puget Sound Alliance for Community Technology, in partnership with the King County Housing Authority, will conduct focus groups of residents to assess their need for health-related materials.

Quick Link Web-based Health Resources for KCHA Residents

The Puget Sound Alliance for Community Technology (PSACT) will collaborate with the King County Housing Authority (KCHA) to provide access to health information resources online to KCHA residents.

Skagit County Health Literacy Project

The Skagit County Health Literacy Project will attempt to improve the health literacy of the low-income population of Skagit County, Washington.

St. James Healthcare--Express Impact Award

Followup of previous outreach projects in Dillon, MT; update needs assessment; provide training at identified sites; plan future interventions. Rural focus.

St. John Medical Center Electronic Document Delivery Award


St. Vincent Healthcare Electronic Document Delivery Award


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.

University District Homeless Youth Health Education Project

Street Youth Ministries will assess the health-related information needs of homeless and street-involved youth ages 13-24 in Seattle's University District, assist services providers for this p



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