Past Funded Projects
|Exhibitor Award 117: 2nd Annual Summer Youth Camp; July 12, 2017; 135 Twin Lakes Dr. ; Ward, SC 29166||
Exhibit at 2nd Annual Summer Youth Camp; July 12, 2017; 135 Twin Lakes Dr. ; Ward, SC 29166
|Exhibitor Award 33||
Exhibit at North Carolina Veterinary Conference, November 4th - November 6th 2016, Raleigh Convention Center, Raleigh, NC (http://ncveterinaryconference.com/)
|Exhibitor Award 36||
Exhibit at Rural Health Association of Tennessee's 22nd Annual Conference November 16-18 2016 Music Road Hotel & Convention Center Pigeon Forge, TN
|Exhibitor Award 55||
Exhibit at Atlanta Pride Festival; October 8-9, 2016; Atlanta, GA
|Exhibitor Award 61||
Exhibit at Tomora Lights, sponsored by Twin Lakes Community Center; December 17, 2016 in Ward, SC
|Exhibitor Award 86: South Carolina Chapter of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (SCAAIDD) Annual Meeting||
Exhibit at South Carolina Chapter of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (SCAAIDD) Annual Meeting, October 4-6, 2017 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
|Health Information Outreach Award 102: Southern Chapter/MLA Annual Meeting 2017||
Southern Chapter/Medical Library Association (SCMLA) is hosting it's 67th annual meeting, Oct. 19-22, 2017, in Knoxville, TN, hosted by Univ.
|Health Information Outreach Award 111: Health Information Literacy Outreach to Promote Farmworker Health||
There are profound health inequalities for migrant and seasonal farmworkers.
|Health Information Outreach Award 115: ?TORDS?- Technology Outreach to Reduce health Disparities and Stigma||
McDowell Cares- is a non-profit/profit collaboration in the Town of Northfork, McDowell County, West Virginia.
|Health Information Outreach Award 116: Community-Based Interventions and Partnership to Improve Health Literacy||
This proposal describes Phase 2 of a two-phase health literacy program in Charlottesville, Virginia.
|Health Information Outreach Award 118: MaFlo's Health and Awareness Team Internet/Computer Training||
The project that we want to do will be teaching Participants how to use the Internet/Computer to find reliable health information online using the MedlinePlus.gov and NN/LM SE/A websites.
|Health Information Outreach Award 3||
PIA will provide hands on PowerPoint computer training designed to improve the general public's' access to web based health information to enable them to make informed decisions about the
|Health Information Outreach Award 30||
This project will increase access to health information by improving the health literacy attributes of The University of Tennessee Medical Center (UTMC).
|Health Information Outreach Award 35||
The goal of this project is to improve middle and high school students' ability to locate and evaluate health information, including online resources using iPads within Hertford County Public
|Health Information Outreach Award 43||
The University of Florida (UF) Health Science Center Libraries' (HSCL) Health Information Outreach project will bring health information resources & literacy skills training to librarians,
|Health Information Outreach Award 45||
In cooperation with the Georgia War Veterans Nursing Home in Augusta, Georgia, the ?Assessing the Health Information Seeking Behaviors and Needs of Nurses in Skilled Nursing Facilities' projec
|Health Information Outreach Award 48||
The Community Health Education Center (CHEC) is a library for patients and their family members located in a large academic medical center.
|Health Information Outreach Award 50||
Dahlgren Memorial Library (DML), the Graduate Health & Life Sciences Research Library at Georgetown University Medical Center provides library and information services to faculty, staff and stu
|Health Information Outreach Award 58||
We plan to support a partnership initiative of the Clayton State University Primary Health Clinic which is designed to increase access to care for the underserved and to increase the amount of prim
|Health Information Outreach Award 65||
Federal mandates as well as standards outlined by the Joint Commission regarding the provision of adequate care to Limited English Proficiency (LEP) patients require that University of Virginia (UV