Past Funded Projects
|Using Your Smarts for Health||
LSU Health Sciences Center will provide faculty, residents and students with access to and training on the use of health information tracking devices.
|Veterinary and One Health Outreach in Central Texas||
The Texas A&M University Medical Sciences Library will provide outreach services to veterinarians and veterinary technicians with the goal of increasing awareness of and providing training on t
|3D Printing and Teaching Hospitals: Library Prominence in UGME/GME and Patient Care- Emerging Technology Award||
A 3D printer will be purchased for clinical use and education at the Chabert Medical Center.
|3D Printing in a 3D World- Emerging Technology Award||
A 3D printer ans scanner will be purchased for use by students, residents, researchers and faculty of the LSU Health Sciences community.
|Building a Creative Space to Promote Innovative Teaching and Learning||
The primary goal of this project is to create a space in the UT Health Science Center Library where discovery and learning are enhanced by transforming scientific and medical concepts into three-di
|Eastside YMCA?s Summer Family Nutrition Series||
The goal of this project is to improve participants? health information knowledge through partnership in a summer family nutrition series of workshops.
|Fresh Tech for Historical Material- Emerging Technology Award||
A ScanSnap SV600 scanner will be purchased to expand the Louisiana leprosy digital collection at the LSU Dental Library and create a new digital collection through the scanning of historical materi
|Good Information for Good Health: Online Continuing Education for New Mexico Health Professionals||
The goal of the project is to educate New Mexico health care practitioners in primarily rural locations about the availability and value of NLM patient and consumer health resources.
|Health Information Outreach in Oklahoma: Collaboration is the Name of the Game||
Classes and e-learning opportunities focused on PubMed, MedlinePlus, and other relevant information resources and services are planned for a variety of constituencies including employees at the Okl
|HIL: Social Work Students and Health Literacy Interventions in a Clinic Library||
The primary goal of this project is to provide health literacy outreach to patients and their families in the Schusterman Center Clinic through health literacy interventions, provided by a graduate
|Improving OU-T Reach with Enhanced Media Presentations||
The goal of this project is to increase awareness and promote the use of NLM consumer health information resources by offering training sessions in the Morningcrest Health Library.
|Library Student Award - Bell||
The purpose of this award is to promote the value of outreach to library school students interested in health sciences librarianship.
|M911 Health Needs- Emerging Technology Award||
Purchase technology to aid in health information instruction and dissemination to low income individuals in the Corpus Christi area.
|Moulage 3-D Digitization and Preservation Project||
The goals of the project are to create digital 3-D models of 300 of the medical moulages in the Scott & White collection of 1300 and take measures to preserve the entire collection in acid-free
|New Orleans HINARI Training: Access to Global Health Resources||
The goal of this project is to conduct a workshop to train individuals on the HINARI Access to Research in Health Programme.
|OY3 RL Outreach LA: Connecting NLM With Community Colleges and Allied Health Professionals||
LSU New Orleans will conduct outreach activities, in particular, classes, webcasts and exhibits.
|OY3 RL Outreach LA: Health Equity through Health Literacy in New Orleans: Assessing Information Needs and Training Outcomes||
Project staff will train public health professionals about mHealth and demonstrate apps and mobile websites for public health practice using iPads; train volunteers and community health workers how
|OY3 RL Outreach LA: Making Online Health and Insurance Resources Easy to Access||
The library will provide outreach services to staff and patrons who participate in programs at the Shreve Memorial Public Library branches, as well as college and high school students in the local
|Professional Development Award - Bioinformatics Ambrus||
Andras Ambrus will attend the Foundations of Bioinformatics and Searching and the Translational Bioinformatics classes August 4-5, 2014
|Professional Development Award - Bioinformatics Feldman||
Jonquil Feldman will attend the Foundations of Bioinformatics and Searching and the Translational Bioinformatics classes August 4-5, 2014