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Past Funded Projects

Title Description Amount
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.

UW and Seattle Salvation Army: Evaluating and Promoting Health Literacy in Recovering Alcoholics and

This project will provide an opportunity for the exchange of information and knowledge regarding the health literacy of recovering alcoholics and addicts in the setting of the Seattle Salvation Arm

Voices of Hope--Suicide Prevention Planning award

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

Walking for Health Program--Willamette Falls Hospital

To combat growing obesity problem in Clackamas County, Oregon, Willamette Falls Hospital and its Community Health Library, along with its physicians, want to promote a more active lifestyle by enco

Western Migrant Stream exhibit, mini-award

WSU librarians will exhibit at the Western Migrant Stream Forum in Sacramento and demonstrate NLM resources. Rural and Hispanic focus.

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.

X-plain Vietnamese Breast Cancer Tutorial Project

Collaboration with PEI to produce a Vietnamese version of X-plain breast cancer module a prototype for interactive tutorials for immigrant patient populations.

Title Description Amount
AARTH Access to Wellness Network 2004-2005

This project will expand upon the Access to Wellness Network Project previously developed with NLM support.

AARTH Access to Wellness Project

Equipment, Web site development, and training for faith-based organizations dealing with health issues of African Americans.

Alaska Health Education Library Project Outreach (AHELP)

Promotion of health information and information skills training in support of developing partnerships.

Alaska Health Information Outreach Project

With support from the Pacific Northwest Region of the NNLM, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Public Health, Health Promotion Program in cooperation with its partners

Associates in Cultural Exchange Tech Training for Trusted Sources in Diverse Communities

ACE will provide identified family advocates the tools and resources necessary to use the internet to identify accurate, high-quality, culturally relevant health information.

Benton-Franklin Health District mini-exhibit award

Display NLM materials at 2nd Annual Infectious Disease Conference, November 2004

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.

Central Washington REACH (WSU Pullman WA)

Needs assessment, Web site development and training for health care providers who pratice in community clinics serving migrant and seasonal workers. Rural and Hispanic focus.

Computer Health Literacy for Seniors in Northern Idaho

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

Cross Cultural Health Care Program--Express Planning Award

The Cross Cultural Health Care Program will work withother agencies in the area to develop a plan for collecting, organizing and sharing information resources pertinent to immigrant and refugee hea

Cross Cultural Health Care Resource Center (Seattle WA)

Promotion of resource center collection and services; training for health care providers, students, consultants and community service agency personnel.

Electronic Access for Reliable Health and Medical Information (Sno-Isle)

Sno-Isle Regional Library will provide the residents of Island County, Washington, electronic access to credible health information and community resources through a partnership between Sno-Isle Li

Empire Health Services Electronic Document Delivery Award

The Empire Health Services Medical Library will purchase add-on elements to their Minolta Di3510 Copier to allow the copier to function as a networked printer and/or scanner.



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