Past Funded Projects
|Technology Improvement: Distance Learning Content Capture||
The Distance Learning Content Capture project has two goals: to capture content from in person trainings, workshops, courses and conferences in order to archive them and make them accessible for la
|Technology Improvement: iPad Lending Project||
The Kootenai Health Library and Information Center will initiate an iPad lending program.
|Technology Improvement: Mobile Library||
OHSU librarians do training around the OHSU campus and around the state for health professionals. Many times there are not computer training facilities available.
|Technology Improvement: Outreach to Peer Language Navigators in Anchorage||
Purchase 4 tablet computers to allow selected Peer Language Navigators to share NLM resources such as Pubmed, Medline and Arctic Health with the limited-English Anchorage community to promote healt
|Technology Improvement: Viva Mobile Learning Center||
Viva Hispanic will purchase equipment to support a mobile computer based training/learning center to teach limited English proficient members of the Latino/Hispanic community to access web-based he
|Disaster Health Info Outreach: MEDICOR Disaster Health Info Portal||
The Spokane Medical Library will develop a separate portal within its Web-based MEDICOR electronic library system.
|Exhibit: Latino Expo NW||
Demonstration of NLM resources at Latino Expo NW to Hispanic community--local companies, and non-profit, government, cultural, media and faith-based organizations.
|Exhibit: Spring into Health 2012||
Health fair for Eritrean community of Puget Sound (200-300 people): poster displays, printed health info, demos of health info website searching, screenings.
|Express Outreach: EthnoMed-Healthy Roads Media Cancer Education Project||
The project will engage bilingual/bicultural hospital staff - Caseworker / Cultural Mediators (CCMs) in the Community House Calls Program at Harborview Medical Center - and members of their ethnic
|Express Outreach: Improving Health Literacy and Personal Health Management of Inmates||
The goal of this project is to improve the health literacy, self-care management skills and personal health care decision-making of inmates incarcerated at the Gallatin County Detention Center (GCD
|Express Outreach: Relaxation & Education Stations||
The goal of the project, Relaxation & Education Stations, will be to improve awareness of The Learning Center?s services and impact on consumer health and patient care by providing high quality
|Health Info Services Promotion: Collaboration Fosters Success: Partnering with the Health Sciences L||
The University of Washington (UW) Health Sciences Library (HSL) will publicize and hold an open house for the UW community and the greater Seattle health sciences community showcasing HSL health in
|Health Information Services Promotion: EthnoMed.org||
This project supports development of a promotional campaign for EthnoMed that will include: launching a new listserv feature on the website inviting users to receive email notification of new conte
|Medical Library Pilot Project: Eagle-I Integration||
The goal of the project is to connect the services of the Arnold Library?s Shared Resources website database with Eagle-I, a national directory of shared biomedical services and resources hosted by
|Medical Library Pilot Project: Evidence on Tablets: The ET Trial||
This pilot project will assess whether a tablet computer-based mobilized website can effectively improve the use and teaching of evidence-based medicine (EBM) by Department of Medicine faculty atte
|Medical Library Pilot Project: Point-of-Care CME||
The goal of the project is to use library and other resources to create self-directed online learning Point-of-Care Continuing Medical Education (CME) on clinically relevant topics integrated into
|Medical Library Pilot Project: Research and Evidence Literacy in Medicine (RELM)||
The goal of the project is to create an online continuing medical education (CME) designed to develop research literacy skills through participants correctly applying evidence-based medicine inform
|MOU for Health Information Resources Development||
This MOU is designed to provide NLM funding via the NN/LM PNR contract, to NWIC, with a primary objective to improve the tribal college health information resources available to students, teachers,
|MOU for Oregon Outreach OY1||
To determine the needs and appropriate workshop topics, OHSU will conduct planning sessions with their community college and public library contacts in Oregon.
|MOU for Promoting Emerging Roles of Medical Librarians||
New information technologies and related applications are constantly emerging in the fields of library and information science, communications, biomedical research and health care.
If you need assistance or have questions, you can reach your PNR staff contact at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 543-8262.