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Past Funded Projects

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2017
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Health Sciences Library Partnership: Planning for Success: The Impact of Data Management Plans on Grant Awards and Grant-Funded Research

Funding agencies such as National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health are increasingly requiring data management plans (DMPs) in grant proposals.

$9,500
2006
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Health West Mini-Training Award

Health West will collaborate with the Idaho State University Library to provide hands-on training on NLM databases to approximately 20 providers and clients of Health West Community Health centers

$0
Healthy Kids in Kittitas County

This project will foster collaboration between community agencies, public health entities, and libraries in Kittitas County, Washington.

$10,000
Improved Access to Health Information for Low-income Residents

Kootenai Medical Center Library staff will research and install software for a computer kiosk at Dirne Community Health Center, which serves low income, uninsured, and underinsured populations of K

$0
In the Know

The Project Manager and a Student Intern will train staff at Outside In, a social service agency which operates a medical/dental/alternative health clinic and provides day programs and transitional

$0
2005
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Health West Mini-Training Award

Health West will collaborate with the Idaho State University Library to provide hands-on training on NLM databases to approximately 20 providers and clients of Health West Community Health centers

$500
Healthwise-ILA exhibit mini-award

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

$500
Healthy Kids in Kittitas County

This project will foster collaboration between community agencies, public health entities, and libraries in Kittitas County, Washington.

$10,000
Improved Access to Health Information for Low-income Residents

Kootenai Medical Center Library staff will research and install software for a computer kiosk at Dirne Community Health Center, which serves low income, uninsured, and underinsured populations of K

$9,900
In the Know

The Project Manager and a Student Intern will train staff at Outside In, a social service agency which operates a medical/dental/alternative health clinic and provides day programs and transitional

$9,600
2004
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Healthwise-ILA exhibit mini-award

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

$0
Idaho Hospital Assn, Exhibit mini-award

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

$0
2007
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Healthy Eating Every Day: Planning for a Community Based Nutrition Literacy Program

The library will use this award to plan for implementation of a community-wide initiative that encourages healthy eating: at home, at school and out and about in the community.

$2,000
2011
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Helping Citizens Search for Health Information Online

Train-the-trainer classes about computer and health literacy skills for seniors. The instructors will teach volunteer trainers who work with older adults .

$500
2010
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Helping Citizens Search for Health Information Online

Train-the-trainer classes about computer and health literacy skills for seniors. The instructors will teach volunteer trainers who work with older adults .

$500
2003
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Idaho Hospital Assn, Exhibit mini-award

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

$0
2001
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Idaho Hospital Assn, Exhibit mini-award

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

$500
2009
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Improved Electronic Document Delivery via new Scanner

Increased dissemination of electronic information will be provided more efficiently to library users including hospital staff and community members.

$2,056
Improving Access to Health Information Microfilm Scanner Replacement

This project will provide improved quality copies from the library's microform collection and increased access to health information resources region-wide.

$4,555
2008
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Improving Health Literacy in King County's Immigrant and Refugee Community

This project will focus on adult immigrants and refugees currently residing in the greater Seattle area, with a particular focus on those of low socio-economic status and with limited English langu

$1,920

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