Past Funded Projects
|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.
|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.
|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
|Idaho Hospital Assn, Exhibit mini-award||
Kootenai Medical Center librarians will exhibit at Idaho Hospital Assn meeting in Sun Valley and demonstrate NLM resources.
|National Outreach Mapping Center (NOMC)||
Provide technical support, data collection, and analysis to ensure the effective distribution of outreach services by the NLM and the National Network of Libraries of Medicine.
|Outreach Evaluation Resource Center (OERC Seattle WA)||
CE activities consultation and support for planning and evaluation of outreach projects.
|Pacific Northwest Region||
|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.
|Training for Professionals Serving Children with Special Needs, Mini-award (Seattle, WA)||
Training sessions in Kennewick and Spokane to develop basic Web searching skills for families, patients and professionals serving special needs children.
|Tribal Connections 3: Nez Perce Tribe||
Develop and conduct training on accessing electronic health information; support and participate in health promotion activities; and provide analysis and advice regarding telecommunications and inf
|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.
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