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Name of Institution*
LIBID of Institution*
Position/Title of Project Manager*
Department of Project Manager*
Award should be made payable to what institution (e.g. Southeastern Regional Medical Center)*
Federal Tax ID Number (FEIN)*
DUNS number* (9-digit number)
Proposed start date of project*
Check all that apply:*
Patients & Families
All Types (no special focus)
Health Services Researchers
Public Health Work Force
Disaster & Emergency Professionals/Responders
Primary Populations Served by project
select up to three primary populations*
Please check the goals that apply*
Increase awareness use of NLM information resources.
Serve as a primary source for reliable and authenticated content.
Train in the use of medical information resources.
Strengthen communications and connectivity for health, i.e. infrastructure.
Conduct and support basic and applied research to identify the need for, access to, evaluation of, and use of health information resources and systems.
Reduce and eliminate health disparities among minority and other underserved populations. Support the information needs of health professionals who serve underserved and special populations.
Partner with organizations to increase awareness and use of freely available authoritative health information.
Upgrade, replace or adopt technologies that will increase access to health information.
Facilitate the acquisition of mobile technologies to assist health professionals in providing services at point of need.
Assess the information needs of populations and communities to enhance the development of relevant community programming.
Analyze the information seeking practices and educational needs of practitioners to shape programming.
Promote the role of hospital libraries in the patient care process.
Provide librarians with the tools and skills needed to develop advocacy programming.
Reduce health disparities minority, displaced, rural and other underserved populations. Support the information needs of health professionals who serve underserved and special populations.
Provide a short description of your project (what you plan to do for whom) for inclusion on the NN/LM SE/A website. [2000 characters]
Describe the professional development opportunity. [2000 characters]
List anticipated outcomes in how this opportunity will affect your career, your institution, or your community. [4000 characters]
How will you evaluate the success of this opportunity? [4000 characters]
Comments [4000 characters]
Award funding is $1,500 maximum. Please provide a brief budget.
Funding will cover costs for travel (per diems, hotel, transport, etc) and registration.
total amount requested ($1,500 maximum):
Provide a cost breakdown and justification for each budget line [4000 characters]