Questions? Contact us at
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Save the Date
The 27th Annual Maine Geriatrics Conference June 7-8, 2017 Harborside Hotel and Marina Bar Harbor, Maine.
2017 Conference Presentations
- 2017 Update in Geriatrics: How should new research change our practice?
Elizabeth Eckstrom, M.D., MPH
- Delirium in the Hospitalized Older Adult Patient: H.E.L.P. is in Place
Nathan Harmon, D.O.
- Older Adult Substance Abuse: Older Isn’t Necessarily Wiser
Eileen Fingerman, M.D.
- A Model for Meeting the Needs of People with Dementia Living Alone
Sarah Harvey, M.S.W.; Liz Weaver, M.S., LSW, and Linda Samia, Ph.D.
- Telehealth: A Tool for Consumer Engagement in Healthcare
Mia Millefoglie, M.A., Bob Abel, MSN, RN, CHPN, CMC, CCM
- Aging and Policy: A year in Review
Jessica Maurer, Esq., Amy Gallant, M.S.
- Confronting the Scourge Isolation
Lenard Kaye, D.S.W., Ph.D.
- Chaplaincy Training and Spirituality: Implications for Nursing Practices
Frank Macht, M.Div.,M.A.; Laurie Harding, M.S., RN; Janice Cundey, B.S.N., RN; Terry Fuller, RN; & Ellen Thompson, M.S., RN
- Helping Hands, Watchful Eyes; The Role of Home Visiting in Suicide Prevention
Greg Marley, LCSW & Dee A. Kerry, B.S.Ed.
- Engaging Community Voices to Enhance Older Adult Health Grantmaking
Charles Dwyer, B.S.W. & Ruta Kadonoff, M.A., MHS
- Improving Quality of Life for Residents with Dementia Through the Music and Memory Program
Angela P. Hunt, RPT, M.S., Shannon Doonan, CTRS and Nick Bridges, NHA, M.S., OT/L
- Cannabis Therapy and Hospice: Study of the Mark Bushey Compassion Program
Catherine M. Cobb, BS & Victoria S. Thieme, D.O.
- Service Delivery of Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS): What’s New in Federal and State Medicaid Policy
Elizabeth Gattine, J.D.
Who Should Attend
Nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, occupational therapists, physical therapists, substance abuse counselors, social workers, mental health practitioners, LTC administrators, certified nursing assistants, health professions students and others interested in the field of aging.
For more information, contact the UNECOM Department of Geriatric Medicine
Phone: (207) 602-2134
Fax: (207) 602-5943