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2014
Title Description Amount
Professional Development: Evid-Based Practice Institute, Tolmie

Attend Evidence-Based Practice Institute in Denver, CO. Awardee statement: Bastyr is tightly integrating Evidence-Based Medicine into its curriculum.

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

Attend Evidence-Based Practice Institute in Denver, CO.

$1,533
Professional Development: Librarian's Guide to NCBI, Louden

Award allows librarian to attend A Librarian's Guide to NCBI in Bethesda, April 2014.

$1,500
Professional Development: Quint Chapter Meeting 2014, Whitmore

Attend 2014 Quint MLA Chapter Meeting in Denver, CO. Awardee statement: As a solo librarian, I don?t get too many opportunities to network with other medical librarians from the region.

$1,725
Professional Development: Science Boot Camp West, Wetzel

Provide opportunity for librarian to attend Science Boot Camp for Librarians at University of Washington. Sessions provide librarians with context and terminologies of science disciplines.

$850
Professional Development: Systematic Review Workshop, Beardsley

Award allows librarian to attend Systematic Review Workshop: The Nuts and Bolts for Librarians, April 2014 in Pittsburgh.

$1,500
Professional Development: Systematic Review Workshop, Gleason

Award allows librarian to attend Systematic Review Workshop: The Nuts and Bolts for Librarians, April 2014 in Pittsburgh.

$1,266
Professional Development: Systematic Review Workshop, Klinke

Award allows librarian to attend Systematic Review Workshop: The Nuts and Bolts for Librarians, April 2014 in Pittsburgh.

$1,500
Professional Development: WMLA 2014, Nesvig

Attend Washington Medical Librarians Assn Meeting, Ellensburg WA 2014. Awardee statement: The annual WMLA conference will be the only library conference (so far) I?ve attended two years in a row.

$445
Regional Symposium: Science Boot Camp for Librarians - West UW

The purpose of the Boot Camp - West is to educate science librarians who did not major in, or recently study, scientific or medical fields so that they have a basic understanding of goals and metho

$5,000
Technology Improvement: Enhancing Educational Content Delivery

The goal of this project is to expand the reach of UW HSL's instruction to more patrons. This will be accomplished by creating self-paced, interactive user-directed online learning modules.

$9,798
Technology Improvement: Kalispell Regional hospital Patient Portal Education Access

The goal of this project is to improve access to Kalispell Regional Hospital's patient portal and patient education resources.

$9,800
2013
Title Description Amount
Exhibit: Pacific NW Library Assn 2013

Exhibit to increase awareness of NLM databases at the Pacific NW Library Association annual meeting in Boise, ID.

$490
Exhibit: Spring into Health 2013

Exhibit at Spring into Health event, Eritrean health fair in Seattle WA, to demonstrate NLM resources to attendees.

$509
Express Outreach: East African Community Health and Information Outreach

Future Foundation Interactional proposes to enhance East African refugee and immigrant youth and community members access to and use of NLM and related health resources and information, in collabor

$15,000
Express Outreach: Environmental Health Connection for Rural Oregon Schools

Oregon Pacific Area Health Education Center (OPAHEC) proposes providing twelve one hour classes to four schools and two tribal education programs in northwest rural Oregon using the new curriculum

$15,000
Express Outreach: Outreach to Peer Language Navigators in Anchorage

This project will build on the experience of The Anchorage Health Literacy Collaborative (TAHLC) with Peer Language Navigators (PLNs) to advance health literacy.

$13,000
Health Info Services: Biomedical Information Literacy Training for Research Interns

The goals of the project are: 1) to provide information literacy training to high school and undergraduate students and research interns; 2) to provide overviews on biomedical informatics databases

$5,000
Health Info Services: WASCLA Tools for Health

The goals of the project are: 1) To create an online consumer toolkit which will contain resources and information for Washington State residents who have Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and for

$5,000
Health Information Services: Connectiing You to Better Health

The goal of the project is to increase awareness of Chinese immigrants about the Medline Plus: Health Information in Multiple Languages (MPHIML).

$5,000

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