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disaster health information outreach and collaboration projects 2014

Disaster Health Information Outreach and Collaboration Projects 2014

Disaster Information Management Research Center

Specialized Information Services

U.S. National Library of Medicine

background
Background
  • Collaborations between disaster/emergency organizations and libraries for improving access to disaster medicine and public health information for the disaster health workforce
  • One year: $15,000 – $30,000
  • 17 projects funded over past three years
project locations
Project Locations

2012

2011

2013

project examples
Project Examples
  • Needs assessment of disaster workforce and development of collection of resources for library
  • Development of disaster info specialist role within regional hospital disaster consortium
  • Creation of web page and mobile app for use by responders
  • Training for emergency management at universities and in communities
  • Information resources for Medical Reserve Corps on web site and mobile app
  • Addition of just-in-time training materials on responders’ mobile devices
more ways to collaborate
More Ways to Collaborate
  • Supporting Incident Command Centers
  • Participating in call centers taking questions from the public
  • Developing FAQs for local emergency preparedness and response and making them easy to locate
  • Monitoring social media and authenticating information for situational awareness
  • Aggregating and compiling information to support public health decision-making
requirements
Requirements
  • Must include at least one library AND one non-library organization with disaster-related responsibilities
  • Must target the professional/volunteer workforce, not public
  • Must feature NLM resources
  • Must be conducted in the U.S. or territories
solicitation components
Solicitation Components
  • Request for Quotation (RFQ)
  • Attachment 1: Statement of Work (SOW)
  • Attachment 2: Cover sheet
  • Attachment 3: Target audiences
  • Attachment 4: Budget
  • Attachment 5: Final report requirements
  • Attachment 6: Submission checklist
  • Attachment 7: 508 compliance information
  • Attachment 8: GPAT
  • Attachment 9: Frequently asked questions
rfq instructions
RFQ - Instructions
  • General Information
  • Instructions, including format, timetable and 508 Compliance requirements
  • Technical Discussion Requirements
  • Costs and Budget
  • Evaluation Factors
current funding solicitation
Current Funding Solicitation

http://disasterinfo.nlm.nih.gov/dimrc/2014disasteroutreachrfq.html

Open until June 19, 2014

Awards made September 2014

working together
Working Together

Libraries can play a critical role in planning for emergencies:

  • Knowledge of neighborhood
  • Skill in connecting people with reliable information
  • Are viewed as a trusted source of information
  • May have meeting rooms and other resources to meet with residents
  • Informatics/research/demographic studies, etc.
  • Grantsmanship resources
  • Willingness to partner

Vickie Souve, Monroe County NY Dept. of Public Health, 2013

contact information
Contact Information

Maryann Carroll, Contract Specialist

Office of Acquisitions (OA)

National Library of Medicine (NLM)

6707 Democracy Blvd., Suite 105

Bethesda, MD 20892-5488

Office phone: 301- 496-6546

Fax: 301-402-0642

Email: maryann.carroll@nih.gov