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NetWellness Universities

Case Western Reserve University’s  School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Dental Medicine, and other schools university-wide contribute faculty time and expertise to health content development.
The Ohio State University’s colleges of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, OptometryPublic Health, Pharmacy, Arts and Sciences, Veterinary Medicine, and the Nationwide Children’s Hospital contribute faculty time and expertise to health content development.
The University of Cincinnati began developing NetWellness in 1994. UC colleges of Allied Health Sciences, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and the affiliated Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center contribute faculty time and expertise health content development.

NetWellness Supporters

NetWellness is a nonprofit and commercial-free resource provided by the partner universities through expertise contributed by faculty. This public service is possible through the funding contributions of NetWellness supporters including state & federal government, foundations and the private sector. Support from the private sector comes in the form of unrestricted grants or gifts and does not influence content. To inquire about opportunities to support NetWellness, call (216) 368-5493.


The Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative of Cleveland provides developmental, organizational, financial and educational support to biomedical researchers as well as opportunities for community members to participate in meaningful and valuable research. Case Western Reserve University is the site of a Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) approved for funding by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) through May 2017. The goal of the Clinical and Translational Science Collaborative (CTSC) is to provide full service and integrated clinical translational research capability within the Cleveland community that will improve the health of patients in Northeast Ohio through patient-based research.

National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health (NIH) is funding a project, Reaching a Wider Audience, to adapt NetWellness content for health information needs of diverse populations. The project focus is content development for two conditions with known disparities: diabetes and high blood pressure. This project is supported by Grant Number GO8 LM011075 from the National Library of Medicine. Content is developed by NetWellness and does not necessarily represent official views of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health or the Department of Health and Human Services.


UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital is a 244-bed, full-service children’s hospital and academic medical center. A trusted leader in pediatric health care for more than 125 years, UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital consistently ranks among the top children’s hospitals in the nation. Among the nation’s leading academic medical centers, University Hospitals Case Medical Center is the primary affiliate of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, a nationally recognized leader in medical research and education.


NetWellness Partners

NetWellness partners provide access to Netwellness and promote its use among their members and customers.

ideastream is a public service, multiple-media organization with a mission to strengthen our communities. It includes WVIZ/PBS, 90.3 WCPN, WCLV 104.9, educational and public service cable channels, broadband interactive video distance learning, the Internet and other interactive media. In Be Well, ideastream addresses important health issues through ongoing multiple-media coverage with funding from the Dr. Donald J. Goodman and Ruth Weber Goodman Philanthropic Fund of The Cleveland Foundation, with additional support from The Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation, The McGregor Foundation, The Woodruff Foundation & The Community Foundation of Lorain County. NetWellness is an ongoing partner in this health information initiative.
The State Library of Ohio, with other library partners, fosters NetWellness engagement for Ohio residents.
The Ohio Public Library Information Network provides direct access to NetWellness through its web site and high speed network to Ohio’s 700 public libraries.
INFOhio, the Information Network for Ohio Schools, promotes NetWellness in Ohio’s 4,600+ school buildings and trains school librarians and other educators to best take advantage of NetWellness resources.
OhioLINK, Ohio’s academic library network, promotes NetWellness among the 115 Ohio college and university libraries who are its members.


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