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Upcoming Funding Opportunities

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We are excited to share that NNLM Region 4 will VERY SOON announce NEW funding opportunities to support Region 4-member organization projects conducted between August 1, 2022 – April 15, 2023.

Our new awards will include: 

  • Engagement & Outreach Awards
  • There are 5 awards each worth up to $20,000

The purpose of this funding is to develop new or enhance existing collaborative projects to increase awareness and use of NLM resources and to improve health information literacy.

These are some questions to consider when applying for this award:

  1. How does the goal or goals of your project improve access to health information, especially for our high priority populations?
  2. How long will the project take?
  3. What are the costs?
  4. How will you know if your project is a success or what is the anticipated impact on your community?
  • Professional Development Awards
  • There are 14 awards worth up to $2,000

The Professional Development Award is put in place to strengthen the professional knowledge and experience of individual network members to then train others in skills needed to deliver reliable health information.

To apply for this award, think about these questions:

  1. What is the learning outcome or outcome of the education or training activity or activities?
  2. Who will benefit from the gain in knowledge or skill?
  3. What is the cost?
  4. When is the activity?
  • Program Improvement Awards
  • There are 5 awards worth up to $4,500

This funding supports short-term projects that involve program improvement to advance access to health information resources.

These are some questions to consider when applying for this award:

  1. How does the goal or goals of your project improve access to health information, especially for our high priority populations?
  2. How long will the project take?
  3. What are the costs?
  4. How will you know if your project is a success or what is the anticipated impact on your community?

 

Interested? Here are a few tips to help you get ready to apply for an award:

NNLM membership is required, click here to learn more: Membership | NNLM  

A Tax ID or a DUNS/UEI number is required, click here to learn more: DUNS

We can also help you in getting a DUNS

Questions? We’re here to help!

Contact us at: reg4_funding@lists.utah.edu

or contact your NNLM Region 4 state representative:

Dana Abbey (AZ, NM, CO) – DANA.ABBEY@CUANSCHUTZ.EDU

George Strawley (ID, MT, UT) – george.strawley@utah.edu

David Brown (ND, SD, WY)- dbrown80@uwyo.edu

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University of Utah
Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library
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Salt Lake City, UT 84112-5890
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This project has been funded in whole or in part with Federal funds from the Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine, under cooperative agreement number UG4LM012344 with the University of Utah Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library.

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