UMaine Institute of Medicine Seminar Series
The virtual seminar series covering a variety of topics is taking place in Spring 2021.
These seminars are being held through Zoom for remote access. A full list of events is posted on the Seminar page.
Thank you so much for your interest in the UMaine Institute of Medicine Seminar Series, and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Congratulations to the Center on Aging on an award from the Mayer-Rothschild Foundation
The Mayer-Rothschild Foundation has awarded funding to the University of Maine Center on Aging and The Cedars, a nonprofit retirement community in South Portland, to identify and promote the best practices for person-centered care in nursing homes, independent and assisted living facilities and dementia and memory care residences
Lenard Kaye, D.S.W./Ph.D., Director at the University of Maine Center on Aging and Jennifer Crittenden, Ph.D., Associate Director are Co-Principal Investigators on this project. For more details see the full story here.
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