National Network of Libraries of Medicine Region 4 Grants
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National Network of Libraries of Medicine Region 4 Grants provide funding for projects in the midcontinental region that improve health literacy; increase the ability of the general public to find and use health information; or improve health professionals' access to, awareness of, and skills for locating high quality biomedical and health information.
Funding opportunities include:
- Engagement and Outreach Award
- Professional Development Award
- Technology improvement Projects Award
- Program Improvement Award
Preference will be given to projects that reach underserved, minority, and underrepresented communities including, but not limited to:
- Racial and ethnic minority populations
- Sexual and gender minority populations
- Populations reported below the federal poverty level
- Populations with limited access to medical care
- Populations with physical and/or mental disabilities
- Soldiers, veterans, and military families
- Rural populations
Applicants must be a Region 4 member in:
- New Mexico
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
Membership is free and comes with a variety of benefits and responsibilities, as listed on the membership website.
Amounts vary by grant category.
From the program website, choose the appropriate funding opportunity to access additional guidance and application instructions.
Submit completed applications to email@example.com.
Professional Development proposals are accepted on an ongoing basis until February 15, 2024.
- National Institutes of Health, view details
- U.S. National Library of Medicine, view details
- Network of the National Library of Medicine, view details
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