Past Funded Projects
|Express Outreach Project Award 562 - East Carolina University, Laupus Library||
Funding will provide iPads used to augment current classes educating the public on finding reliable health information online and also to educate nurses and other health professionals about reliabl
|Express Outreach Project Award 577 - YMCA of Central Florida, Inc.||
Funding will provide 3 computer workstations to be installed in 3 YMCA locations in underserved areas.
|Express Outreach Project Award 578 - South Central Educational Development, Inc.||
Funding will allow SCED to build on their successful CORDS project which provided training on finding reliable health information online and increasing health literacy - allowing SCED to create edu
|Express Outreach Project Award 583 - University of South Carolina School of Medicine Library||
|Express Outreach Project Award 594 - Georgia Regents University, Robert B Greenblatt Library||
Funding will provide a desktop computer in a common room in a Ronald McDonald House that, until this funding, did not have a health information center for the families of the admitted children.
|Express Outreach Project Award 613 - Life University, Library||
Funding will enhance the existing Safe Space program at Life University - an outreach program for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and questioning members of the college community to a
|Express Outreach Project Award 709 - University of Alabama at Birmingham||
Create a model group study room with interactive technology, presentation support, and team learning facilitation resources.
|Express Planning and Assessment Award 599 - Virginia Commonwealth University||
Plans to update the Improving Information Access for Virginia Health Providers: Website Assessment Project which served the needs of various healthcare providers in the state of VA was created with
|Express Planning and Assessment Award 606 - Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Georgia Regents University||
Georgia Regents University plans to schedule interviews throughout the state of Georgia with Dental Preceptors to gain knowledge about the programs and knowledge of evidence-based resources on dent
|Express Planning and Assessment Award 624 - Johns Hopkins University, William H. Welch Medical Library||
Conduct a community assessment and identify student and family health literacy needs and interest in future health literacy initiatives via environmental scans, focus groups, and group surveys of b
|Health Literacy Pilot Project Award 563 - University of South Alabama||
In partnership with the USA Children's and Women's Hospital, the plan is to develop a NICU Family Resource Center that will have available iPad stations for preemie health information nee
|Health Literacy Pilot Project Award 573 - University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine||
The project includes a needs assessment survey and training of University of Tennessee Medical Center personnel (nurses, administration, doctors (including residents and fellows), and pharmacists)
|Health Literacy Pilot Project Award 591 - Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center||
This project is designed to meet with patients in the Cardiology Clinic of varying socioeconomic status and ages with heart issues.
|Health Literacy Pilot Project Award 609 - Georgia Regents University, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library||
Assist low health literacy populations on how to find good information and how to talk to their health care professionals will help improve outcomes for this population.
|National Network of Libraries of Medicine Southeastern/Atlantic Region 2011-2016||
The University of Maryland Health Sciences and Human Services Library will serve as the Regional Medical Library for the 2011-2016 NN/LM contract.
|OUTREACH PROJECT - HSLANJ GROUP LICENSING INITIATIVE||
? Meet with librarians and hospital representatives from hospitals that currently don?t purchase resources through the Group Licensing Initiative. ?
|Outreach Project 530 - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Health Sciences Library||
|Outreach Project 533 - Literacy Council of Montgomery County||
Literacy skills are the strongest predictor of an individual's health status - more than age, income, education level, employment status or racial or ethnic group.
|State or Regional Exhibiting Award 535 - DeafMD.org||
Exhibit at the Terp Expo, February 26-March 1, 2015 in Linthicum, MD.
|State or Regional Exhibiting Award 536 - DeafMD.org||
Exhibit at DeafNation Expo March 21, 2015 in Orlando, FL. Average attendance of 5,000 of deaf individuals and professionals that serve the deaf and hard of hearing communities.