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NNLM Exhibit/Health Fair Evaluation Form

NNLM Exhibit/Health Fair Evaluation Form

NNLM Exhibit/Health Fair Evaluation Form

This form is for reporting details about your NNLM-funded exhibit. 

 
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3. Was this exhibit conducted as part of the All of Us Research Program? *This question is required.If you are unsure of the answer, please contact your RML.
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6. Was this exhibit part of an NNLM sub-award?If you are unsure of the answer, please contact your RML.
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19. What NLM products did you promote at this exhibit/health fair? *This question is required.
20. How many hours did you work on your exhibit? *This question is required.

Here’s how to calculate:

  • Total staff hours for your booth, (sum of the number of hours for people staffing your booth, example 1 person at six hours and 2 people at 3 hours each = 6 +3+3=12 staff hours)
  • Total travel and set-up/breakdown time for all staff: (4 hours (RT) X 3 staff members) +  (2 hours setup/breakdown X 2 staff member) = (12)+(4) = 16 hours
  • Do not include volunteer hours here. Report them in the next question.
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Note: This report will automatically add 10 hours to your total time estimate to account for pre-workshop and post-workshop housekeeping.
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Visitors include people who have had meaningful interactions, but also include people who took a bookmark and moved on, people who stopped to say hello or thank the exhibitors for attending. People who ask to get their bingo cards (or other exhibitor sign in game) signed are visitors. If they stay for a discussion they could be also counted as meaningful interactions.

You should count these as meaningful interactions where:

  • NLM resources were discussed, e.g. visitors found out about a new resources or discovered the resources included features they didn’t know about,
  • Visitors found out about funding or training opportunities,
  • Visitors learned they could collaborate with NNLM,
  • Visitors learned about a service offered by NLM or NNLM,
  • Visitors conveyed how they use NLM resources or difficulties using the resources.
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26. What NLM products did you demonstrate at this exhibit/health fair? *This question is required.
28. What groups did you intend to reach when you decided to hold this exhibit? If you received an NNLM award, you probably indicated these groups in your proposal.  You may check more than one group.
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29. What demographic groups did you intend to reach when you decided to hold this exhibit? If you received an NNLM award, you probably indicated these groups in your proposal.  You may check more than one group. If you did not intend to reach a particular demographic group, leave the question blank.
30. What region funded your project? *This question is required.
31. If you answered "multi-region" in question 30, check all regions involved.
32. Would you like to receive an emailed copy of your responses? We will send it to the email provided earlier in the form.