Alumni Weekend and CME Event

The Fall CME and Alumni Reunion Weekend is a collaboration between the College of Osteopathic Medicine and the COM Alumni Association.

2021 Fall CME and Alumni Weekend

This year’s reunion has been postponed until 2022. More information regarding the event is forthcoming.

For questions regarding the event, email or call (207) 602-2408.

If you are interested in speaking at the Fall CME and Alumni Weekend event, please submit your proposal online.

UNE COVID-19 Response

UNE continues to monitor recommendations from the federal CDC, Maine CDC, and UNE’s own medical and public health experts. Visitors should refer to current University guidelines.

Visitor Information

Maine Geriatrics Conference

This annual conference offers speakers and group workshops to help you better understand the various challenges associated with caring for an aging population. 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 should attend.

2022 Conference

The 30th annual Maine Geriatrics Conference will take place in Bar Harbor on June 9 and 10, 2022. 

Learn more about the 2022 Maine Geriatrics Conference

If you would like to be added to the email distribution list to receive more information, please contact Marilyn Gugliucci at (207) 602-2453 or

Medical Acupuncture Training for Physicians

Acupuncture can be an alternative to opioids in some cases of pain management. If you are interested in Medical Acupuncture Training, we recommend reading the AcuMed Integrated Structural Acupuncture brochure.

OMM Series

If you are a practicing D.O. or M.D., this series offers a chance for you to review or learn core osteopathic manipulative medicine techniques. It takes place over five weekends, providing eight hours of introduction on Friday, followed by 12 hours of clinical application on Saturday and Sunday.

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