Dragonfly: Kudos to Pacific Northwest Awardees
nnlm at u.washington.edu
Wed Dec 5 08:46:37 PST 2001
Congratulations to four Pacific Northwest awardees of National Library of
Medicine Connections grants.
*Alaska Department of Health and Social Services will connect six of the
most remote public health centers to the statewide WAN and train public
health nurses to use resources. The centers are in Kodiak, Haines, Tok,
Delta Junction, Dillingham, and Craig, Alaska.
*SeaView Community Services will provide internet access for clinicians,
clients, and administrators at two sites in Seward, Alaska.
*OHSU School of Nursing will add access and a gateway to the state
educational system for nurse practitioner-managed rural family clinics in
Union and Elgin, Oregon.
*Yakima Collaborative Connectivity Project will expand bandwidth,
establishing a collaborative network to eliminate third party control of
connectivity, with encrypted VPN for patient information in Yakima,
The complete list of recently funded projects is available at
It's never too late to apply. Proposals will be reviewed on the regular
NIH funding cycle, with due dates of February 1, June 1 and October 1. See
the announcement at http://www.nlm.nih.gov/ep/connect.html. RML staff will
be happy to discuss the process, review drafts, and provide examples of
previously funded applications.
Dragonfly is the newsletter of the National Network of Libraries of
Medicine, Pacific Northwest Region. Produced by NN/LM PNR, under NLM
Contract N01-LM-1-3516. Maryanne Blake, Editor, blakema at u.washington.edu.
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