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The GMR is happy to announce that a phase three iteration of Nursing Experts: Translating the Evidence (NExT) has been awarded for year five of our five-year cooperative agreement with the National Library of Medicine. Since 2001, the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Library of the Health Sciences and the College of Nursing have… Read More »
How does a community improve the public health and empower students? The Richland Public Health proposal, Empowering High Schoolers to Pursue Public Health Research in Mansfield, Ohio, has recently been funded to do just that. This program “has the potential to increase public health awareness in both the student and general population, as well as… Read More »
We at the GMR office are pleased to announce that the University of Minnesota-Duluth has been granted a Health Information Outreach award to support their research into Lyme disease: Description – This project is a concerted effort to tackle the emerging epidemic of Lyme disease in the upper Midwest. Dr. Ben Clarke and his team at the… Read More »
The GMR office is happy to announce funding for the Galter Health Sciences Library at Northwestern University via our Health Information Outreach award: Description: This project endeavors to create an end-to-end training program that introduces clinical researchers to clinical database architecture and clinical coding standards, teaches them how to translate their research questions into… Read More »
The GMR office is thrilled to announce funding for the Minwanjige, Mino Bimaadizi (Eat Well, Live Well) project created by the University of Minnesota Medical School – Duluth via our Health Information Outreach award. Objectives: The primary goals of this project are to 1) introduce children to the impact of food on physical, emotional and social wellbeing, 2) improve nutrition… Read More »