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Past Funded Projects

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2012
Title Description Amount
Emerging Leaders Award - Prentice

The purpose of this award is to motivate and prepare a junior librarian for a position of leadership in an academic health sciences library.

$3,500
Express Outreach Award: Operation Succeed: Help for the Homeless

The Haven of Hope House of Houston, Inc.

$4,887
Express Outreach Award: Shining a Light onto MedlinePlus: Collaboration with Light and Salt Associat

This project will build on existing relationships with the Asian communities in Houston, TX between the HAM-TMC Library and various Community-Based Organizations.

$5,000
Extending Suicide Prevention and Crisis Response Information to Rural and Urban Healthcare Providers

The Santa Fe Indian Hospital and L&D Associates Consulting Group will develop a culturally-relevant curriculum for presenting suicide prevention and awareness training using NLM products.

$14,566
Good things come in small packages: a small hospital library goes electronic.

The librarian will raise awareness of the Deaconess Hospital library by educating the staff and physicians about the electronic resources.

$5,000
Health Equity through Health Literacy in New Orleans RL Outreach Tulane OY1

This project targets two health literacy objectives and one public health infrastructure objective: ?

$6,445
HIL: Improving Health Information Literacy in Seniors Using Internet Resources

This project wil introduce and teach senior citizens from the southeast area of Dallas, TX basic computer skills so that they may find quality health information on the internet.

$5,000
Hispanic Library Award - UNT School of Information

This project will help fund tuition for a Library School student from a minority population.

$1,000
Library Student - Miller

The purpose of this award is to promote the value of outreach to library school students interested in health sciences librarianship.

$1,400
Library Student Award - Amos

The purpose of this award is to promote the value of outreach to library school students interested in health sciences librarianship.

$1,400
Library Student Award - Groff

The purpose of this award is to promote the value of outreach to library school students interested in health sciences librarianship.

$1,400
Library Student Award - Jo

The purpose of this award is to promote the value of outreach to library school students interested in health sciences librarianship.

$1,400
Library Student Award - Nowell

The purpose of this award is to promote the value of outreach to library school students interested in health sciences librarianship.

$1,400
Library Student Award - Taylor

The purpose of this award is to promote the value of outreach to library school students interested in health sciences librarianship.

$1,400
Making the Neighborhood Connections: Matas Library Links the Community to Health Literacy

This outreach project will consist of three goals: 1. Development of a community health information assessment plan; 2.

$15,000
MAP 2 Promotores(as) Connect

Migrant Health Promotion (MHP) proposes to increase mobile access to health information, including resources from the National Library of Medicine, by providing 12 Promotores(as) with smart phones

$8,000
MAP Yr 1 Disseminate ICANFIT: A mobile application to promote physical activity and access to health

The proposed project will be built upon our ongoing effort to develop ICANFIT, a web and mobile application designed specifically for seniors with the following features: 1) the ability to search l

$10,000
Mobile Apps@NLM: Channeling Existing and Ongoing Outreach

The Promoting Authoritative Health Information in Arkansas project has three goals 1) Promote awareness and use of NLM products and state-specific resources; 2) Offer training classes and demonstra

$15,000
New and Familiar Horizons for Outreach in New Mexico

New and Familiar Horizons for Outreach in New Mexico will address a new effort to systematically explore the health information needs of health care professionals.

$15,000
Opening New Doors: Cook Children's Matustik Family Health Library

This project will increase awareness of the Cook Children?s library through an advertising campaign that will promote the library?s existing services such as Ask a Librarian and the library advocac

$5,000

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