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Past Funded Projects

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2010
Title Description Amountsort ascending
Express Outreach Award 2010: Medical Librarian Training Program

This agreement provides funding for nine (9) USAPI medical librarians to attend and participate in the Pacific Islands Association of Libraries, Archives, and Museums (PIALA) Conference in Chuuk, F

$11,985
Express Outreach Award 2009: Arizona Health Literacy Collaboration

The Arizona Health Literacy Collaboration plans to assess the current knowledge base of health literacy and health literacy resources of health care providers and social service personnel in the st

$11,978
EOA 2012-13: Community Mini-Conferences on Disaster/Emergency Preparedness Health Information

The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine Library (PCOM) will lead the Community Disaster/Emergency Preparedness Health Information Outreach Program in collaboration with the County of San Diego-Pub

$11,086
EOA 2012-13: Health Professionals Information Use in Patient Care in Research-Rich Settings

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy requires (since 2008) that all peer-reviewed journal publications resulting from NIH funding be made publicly accessible within a year o

$10,933
Express Outreach Award 2009: Community Health Library Without Walls

The current economic situation has resulted in decreased access to health care and health information for the residents of rural areas.

$9,220
2009
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Express Outreach Award 2009: Arizona Health Literacy Collaboration

The Arizona Health Literacy Collaboration plans to assess the current knowledge base of health literacy and health literacy resources of health care providers and social service personnel in the st

$11,978
Express Outreach Award 2009: Community Health Library Without Walls

The current economic situation has resulted in decreased access to health care and health information for the residents of rural areas.

$9,220
2002
Title Description Amountsort ascending
Access to Electronic Health Information: Partnership Between Good Sam Reg Med Ctr and Body Positive

The full title of this program is Providing Enhanced Access to Electronic Health Information: A Partnership Between Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center Health Sciences Library and the the Body P

$11,620
Access to Electronic Health Information: Central Valley Access Project Phase I

The project will create a set of web pages to serve as information resources for health information in the Central Valley.

$10,000
2012
Title Description Amountsort ascending
EOA 2012-13: Community Mini-Conferences on Disaster/Emergency Preparedness Health Information

The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine Library (PCOM) will lead the Community Disaster/Emergency Preparedness Health Information Outreach Program in collaboration with the County of San Diego-Pub

$11,086
EOA 2012-13: Health Professionals Information Use in Patient Care in Research-Rich Settings

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Public Access Policy requires (since 2008) that all peer-reviewed journal publications resulting from NIH funding be made publicly accessible within a year o

$10,933
2004
Title Description Amountsort ascending
Access to Electronic Health Information: Design and Implementation of Web-based Video Library

The complete name of the project is Design and Implementation of Wed-based Video Library of Neuromuscular Channelopathies.

$10,000
2011
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EOA 2011-2012: Digital Empowerment for Diabetic Patients

The ultimate goal of the project is to improve the health status of disadvantaged diabetic patients by providing them with the computer and internet skills necessary to find and evaluate health inf

$10,000
2000
Title Description Amountsort ascending
Access to Electronic Health Information: The LINCS Clearinghouse

The goals of this project are: to increase community access to information about children with special needs through LINCS Clearinghouse; to partner with local organizations and agencies to link co

$10,000
2016
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EOA 2015-2016: Building an Environmental Health Information Program: Charles R. Drew University (CDU) Pipeline and the CDU Health Sciences Library

The primary goal of the project is to introduce high school students and their teachers to the National Library of Medicine Environmental Health information resources.

$9,000
EOA 2015-2016: Finding Reliable Health Information Online: Trusted Sources & MedlinePlus

Finding Reliable Health Information Online will provide education about the importance of using trustworthy sources of medical information, and offer guidance on how to determine which sources are

$9,000
EOA 2015-2016: Improving Response Capabilities of Northern Nevada Emergency Management Specialists through Critical Information Access

This proposal reflects a partnership between the Savitt Medical Library of the University of Nevada School of Medicine and the Washoe County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security.

$9,000
2013
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EOA 2013-14: Promoting Health Information Literacy in South Los Angeles

The Charles R.

$9,000
EOA 2013-14: Public Access to the Coachella Valley 2013 Community Health Monitor Results

HARC, Inc.

$9,000
EOA 2013-14: Big Bang Health Info. Literacy: Outreach to Diverse Populations for Future Success

The Pacific College of Oriental College will create a health information literacy-training program based on NLM/NIH online resources for San Diego's multicultural, diverse and...

$9,000

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