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Past Funded Projects

Title Description Amount
Empowering Parents of Children with Special Health Care Needs

Develop training curriculum, conduct train-the-trainer sessions, and provide community-based training.

Finding It on the Internet:Health Access for Elders (OHSU Portland OR)

Collaboration to involve elders in producing a Web page of immediate local use with links to established health sites and original content written by nursing faculty; training and usability studies

Health and Safety in Western Agriculture exhibit, mini-award

Exhibit at the conference, Health and Safety in Western Agriculture--Cultivating Collaborations in Coeur d'Alene, ID. Includes rural and Hispanic farmworker groups.

Health Reference Triage (Tuality-OHSLA)

The members of the Oregon Health Sciences Libraries Association (OHSLA) will hold a series of Health Reference Triage classes in the state of Oregon and in Vancouver, Washington to reach public lib

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).

Healthwise-ILA exhibit mini-award

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

Idaho Hospital Assn, Exhibit mini-award

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

Inland NW Cancer Conference exhibit, mini-award

WSU librarian will exhibit and demonstrate NLM resources at Inland NW Cancer Conference in Spokane.

Kalispell Regional Medical Center, Express Planning award

Medical Center Librarian will meet with representatives of community agencies such as Flathead County Public Library System, Flathead County Community College, and the Chamber of Commerce to assess

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.

Kittitas Valley Community Health training, mini-award

Training for health professionals and consumer groups in the Ellensburg area with a focus on NLM resources.

Kittitas Valley Hospital--exhibit mini-award

KVCH Community Health Library staff will exhibit and demonstrate NLM databases at the community health fair, November 5, 2004.

Kootenai Medical Center Express Impact Award

Followup of previous outreach project for school nurses, reassess impact, expand Web site and training to school nurses statewide in Idaho.

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.

Locating Resources for Children at Risk (Oregon Pacific AHEC Corvallis OR)

Needs assessment and internet training for rural Oregon providers of children's mental health services; consumer outreach via media and health fairs.

Missoula Area Parish Nurse Ministries--mini exhibit award

Parish nurses will exhibit at the Missoula Health Fair, Southgate Mall, January 8, 2005

Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

Voices of Hope and the Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (Montana Coalition) will improve access to mental health and crisis information for mental health providers and domesti

Montana Faith Health Summit, exhibit mini-award

BAHSIC consortium will exhibit at Montana Faith Health Summit, Billings MT, March 25-26, 2004.

Montana Library Assn exhibit, mini-award

College librarian will exhibit at Montana Library Assn meeting in Butte, demonstrating NLM resources.



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