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New Port Scene in Tox Town

Posted by on January 26th, 2007 0 comments

FROM SHIP TO SHORE…TOX TOWN’S NEW PORT SCENE Delivers the Goods on Coastal Environmental Health What do longshoremen, sunbathers, ship crews, and shrimp lovers have in common? Whether they live on the coast, work in a maritime industry or play on the beach, they can find information about the environment and how it might affect… Read More »

Posted in: News from NLM

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Partners for Health Literacy in Skagit Valley

Posted by on January 3rd, 2007 0 comments

Article by Sue Jacobsen, MLS Skagit Valley Hospital, Mt. Vernon, WA The Skagit Valley Health Literacy Project was quickly renamed the GetHELP project for marketing purposes. In this moniker, HELP stands for _H_ealth, _E_ducation, _L_ibrary _P_artnership. GetHELP sought to reach out to the low literate and/or low-income population of health care consumers in Skagit County…. Read More »

Posted in: Funding, News From NN/LM PNR

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Members Begin New Outreach Projects

Posted by on January 3rd, 2007 0 comments

Digital library initiatives for public health workers, multi-cultural information on immunizations, and health literacy activities utilizing Rx Information prescriptions are some of the features of new outreach projects in the Pacific Northwest. Each project will also include training and community development in settings with limited health information expertise. The RML received many excellent proposals in… Read More »

Posted in: Funding, News From NN/LM PNR

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