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2014
Title Description Amount
Health Disparities Info Outreach: Somali Cultural Profile Health Disparities Info Project

This purpose of this project is to review, update and enhance the Somali Cultural Profile and create a new Somali Community Resources page on the EthnoMed website (ethnomed.org).

$4,700
Health Disparities Info Outreach: Somali Mammogram Screening

The Somali Mammogram Screening Education Project will develop new health education materials for Somali patients, their care providers and community members, including a web-based narrated video sl

$5,000
Health Info Services: Building a Healthier Community in Western Washington County

Tuality Health Information Resource Center will partner with the Tuality Community Education Department to increase the visibility of both departments in the community by providing reliable health

$5,000
Health Info Services: FD CARES Community Education Outreach

The City of Tacoma, Fire Department FD CARES Program will create supplemental materials to enhance their current chronic illness education program for residents and staff at local Tacoma care facil

$5,000
Health Info Services: Providing Health Info Library Resources to Students and Faculty

The intent of this project is to increase the knowledge and awareness of the health and medical information available to our students from the National Library of Medicine.

$5,000
Medical Library Pilot Project: Clinical and Translational Activities Reporting Tool

The OHSU Library is aiming to build a research activity profiling tool that will synthesize and analyze data across a disparate set of internal and external data sources (e.g.

$15,000
Medical Library Pilot Project: Clinical Staff Digital Displays

The goal of the project, Clinical Staff Digital Displays, will be to provide ready access to educational and evidence-based information, real-time department-specific communications, and the Kooten

$15,000
Medical Library Pilot Project: Neighborhood Health Link

The goal of this project is to increase the scope and effective use of Neighborhood Health Link (http://www.neighborhoodhealthlink.org), a 508-compliant web-based portal created by Group Health to

$15,000
Medical Library Pilot Project: RELM Phase 3: Research and Evid Literacy in Medicine CME Game for Physicians

This collaboration between the Health Sciences Library and School of Medicine at the University of Washington aims to increase the digital research knowledge skills of physicians, especially clinic

$15,000
MOU for Oregon Outreach OY3

Carry out the following responsibilities for outreach in Oregon for Option Year 3 (May 1, 2014-April 30, 2015).

$15,000
MOU for Promotion, Training and Assessment ISU OY3

With this agreement the Idaho Health Sciences Library will receive $5,000, payable upon delivery of a signed MOU to carry out promotion and training activities described under the following Stateme

$5,000
MOU for Promotion, Training and Collaboration ISU OY2

Idaho Health Sciences Library agrees to: -Offer required promotion and training activities (a.

$5,000
MOU for Promotion, Training and Collaboration OY3

Montana State University Libraries-Bozeman agrees to: 1.

$10,000
MOU: Public Health Information Access Project, Washington State

The Public Health Digital Library, a project of the Lamar Soutter Library (NN/LM New England Region, University of Massachusetts Medical School) aims to cost-effectively provide full-text resources

$15,000
MOU: Public Health Information Access Project, Washington State OY3

The Public Health Digital Library, a project of the Lamar Soutter Library (NN/LM New England Region, University of Massachusetts Medical School) aims to cost-effectively provide full-text resources

$15,000
Professional Development: 2014 Partners in Emergency Preparedness

Attend 2014 Partners in Emergency Preparedness Conference in Tacoma, WA.

$1,000
Professional Development: Evid-Based Practice Institute, Beardsley

This award allows the awardee librarian at Bastyr University to attend Systematic Review Workshop: The Nuts and Bolts for Librarians.

$1,500
Professional Development: Evid-Based Practice Institute, Brudie

Attend Evidence-Based Practice Institute in Denver, CO. Awardee statement: This is an intensive, introductory course covering concepts and skills for supporting evidence-based clinical practice.

$1,500
Professional Development: Evid-Based Practice Institute, Helbing

Attend Evidence-Based Practice Institute in Denver, CO. Awardee statement: This course is designed to help librarians learn the skills needed to support evidence-based practice.

$1,500
Professional Development: Evid-Based Practice Institute, Montgomery

Attend Evidence-Based Practice Institute in Denver, CO. Awardee statement: The conference is an intensive workshop on evidence-based practice for librarians.

$1,492

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