Maine Events

News from the Maine Extension

The Maine Chapter is currently working on two CEU programs for the first half of 2019.
A Palliative Care Presentation: Maggie Gardner, NP, MidCoast Hospital; meeting to be held April 2, 2019, 4:00-6:00 pm at the Brighton Room of New England Rehabilitation Hospital 335 Brighton Ave., Portland ME, 04102. Free parking and light refreshments.
A June meeting is being planned with Dr. Austin Errico, A Neuropsychologist who works with the brain injury community in Maine as a clinician and Provider of Clinical Staff training for Brain Injury treatment programs in Maine. Date to be announced in the next newsletter. This will be offered on a Tuesday evening at the New England Rehabilitation Hospital in Portland.
We are in the initial planning stages of collaborating with Martin's Point to offer a CEU opportunity at their Portland location in September, 2019 . Please stay tuned for updates.
Stay Warm!  Cindy and I look forward to seeing you at the Building Strategies and Hospital Based Conferences this Spring and keep learning and networking with CMSNE.

Respectfully submitted Susan Bartlett and  Cindy Smith, Maine Co-chairs

Maine Events

Date & Location

Program Title


Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Healthsouth - New England Rehab Hospital
Portland, ME
4:00 - 6:00 PM

Earn 1.5 CCM Ethics Credits

Integrating Palliative Care and Case Management
Helping you and your patient make ethical choices

Please note: Members are reminded to register early for CMSNE programs. Programs failing to meet a minimum required registration limit 10 days prior to the program will be cancelled.

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