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2017
Title Description Amount
Medical Library Project 105: Supporting a Healthier Mississippi

Mississippi has one of the highest rates of low birth weight and premature babies in the U.S.

$4,206
Medical Library Project 76

Scanning for Science: Increasing Access to the Future of Medicine: The Nova Southeastern University Health Professions Division Library plays a central role in supporting education and research, an

$4,902
Medical Library Project 95: Maker Expo

RML funds will be used to support a Maker EXPO. The focus is on the maker movement within health care.

$9,930
Medical Library Project 96: UMB Data Catalog

Data sharing is essential for expedited translation of research results into knowledge, products and procedures to improve human health.1 The Health Sciences and Human Services Library at the Unive

$15,000
Medical Library Project 98: UMB Data Catalog

Data sharing is essential for expedited translation of research results into knowledge, products and procedures to improve human health.1 The Health Sciences and Human Services Library at the Unive

$15,000
Medical Library Project Award 47

GA-PCOM opened in 2005 with only one program (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine [DO]), 75 students, and eight faculty.

$4,950
Medical Library Project Award 69

In this two part project, faculty from the Georgia State University (GSU) Library and the School of Public Health will repurpose elements from the CDC's David J.

$4,987
Medical Library Project Award 95: Ada Lovelace Day

Ada Lovelace is relatively unknown in the United States.

$11,809
Professional Development Award 104: Southern Chapter MLA

To enable Southern Chapter/MLA to support and host multiple CE courses and offerings during the annual meeting in Knoxville, TN, Oct.

$1,500
Professional Development Award 119: Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association

This funding will cover expenses accrued through travel and help cover the cost of honoraria for Susan LaValley at the MAC Annual Meeting.

$1,500
Professional Development Award 126 P.I. Advocates International Inc.

Pay a trainer to facilitate three train-the-trainer workshops per month (5 months) for a total of 15 workshops for two new outreach teams (2 people per team=4 people) in facilitating PIA's hea

$1,500
Professional Development Award 82

I am requesting these funds for attending the North Carolina GIS conference in Raleigh North Carolina, February 23-24, 2017.

$920
Professional Development Award 88: The 9th International Evidence Based Library & Information Practice Conference: Embedding and Embracing Evidence

Attend The 9th International Evidence Based Library & Information Practice Conference: Embedding and Embracing Evidence, from June 18 - 21, 2017, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

$1,500
Professional Development Award 90: Quality Service Training

The Quality Service training offered by the Disney Institute will help me better understand the needs of the patients and families/caregivers I serve by putting the right guidelines and service sta

$1,500
Professional Development Award 99: Evidence Based Librarianship in Practice (EBLIP) 9

The professional development award will support travel and additional training at the Evidence Based Librarianship in Practice (EBLIP) 9 conference in Philadelphia, PA.

$1,457
Technology Improvement Award 113: Bioinformatics and Health Informatics Portal for Medical Sciences Campus at University of Puerto Rico

This project proposes the creation of a bioinformatics and health informatics portal to primarily serve students, professors, researchers, clinicians and general public at the Medical Science Campu

$15,000
Technology Improvement Award 37

The Health Sciences Library at Baptist College of Health Sciences in Memphis, TN seeks to foster a dynamic learning environment for enrolled students by creating and developing a makerspace.

$5,000
Technology Improvement Award 39

The goal of PATHS (Patient/Parent Access To Health Sources) LEADING TO IMPROVED HEALTH OUTCOMES, is to provide patients, parents/family members of those newly diagnosed with pediatric cancer and ot

$5,000
Technology Improvement Award 40

Create awareness of NLM electronic resources to our target populations to inform and instruct them on the variety of resources available to meet their healthcare information needs.

$5,000
Technology Improvement Award 46

This project proposes the use of funds to cover the costs associated with hiring a trained website designer to enhance the design and navigation of a publically available website that provides acce

$4,939

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