Online Offerings For Health Professionals: Trainings and Webinars

Project ECHO: Aging, Community, and Equity (PEACE)

Second Wednesday of every month

First session: Wednesday, February 9 | 12pm – 1:30pm

Are you providing care for older adults during COVID? Join an interdisciplinary learning community of medical, social, and community support providers during the new Project ECHO Aging, Community, and Equity.

We will explore:

  • Pandemic Related Social Isolation
  • Methods to Support Formal and Informal Caregivers
  • Impacts of the Pandemic on Cognitive Decline
  • Effects of Social Isolation on Physical and Mental Health
  • Solutions for Rural Communities

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SAVE THE DATE for the TSLCA 2nd Annual Virtual Summit!

It’s Time to Care Summit: Creating a Care Culture Across Generations, Communities & Systems

Tuesday April 26th, 2022

Virtual Event

More information coming soon

SAVE THE DATE: Maine Council for Elder Abuse Prevention: 8th Annual Elder Abuse Summit

Tuesday, May 17 | 9am – 12pm

Thursday, May 19 | 1pm – 4pm

Elder abuse is a community problem with a community solution: Your involvement matters int he prevention of the devastating and life-threatening problem of elder abuse. The Summit is a multi-session, multidisciplinary event for professionals working to prevent, detect, and respond to elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation.

Registration and event details to follow.

SAVE THE DATE: First Annual Statewide Biomedical Science Research Symposium planned for October 13-14, 2022

The University of Maine, the University of New England, Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory, Jackson Laboratory, the Roux Institute, Northern Light Healthcare and Maine Health are sponsoring a statewide research symposium covering biomedical sciences and engineering.  The symposium will highlight the diverse and state of  the art work being carried out in Maine’s public and private academic institutions, healthcare systems and private industry as it relates to biological/physiological disciplines, medicine, biomedical engineering and data science.  The event will take place on October 13 and 14th 2022 at the University of New England Innovation Hall, Portland Maine. The program will include plenary sessions with keynote speakers, poster sessions as well as breakout sessions on selected topics.