SAVE THE DATE – 30th Annual Maine Geriatrics Conference

SAVE THE DATES: Thursday, June 9- Friday, June 10, 2022


The 30th Annual Maine Geriatrics Conference provides a venue for health practitioners, social service providers, and others with interests in the field of aging to come together to share ideas, ask questions, and develop or support care strategies affecting older adults in all care settings. This is our task and our mission. We are dedicated to ensuring that all conference sessions will enlighten, inspire, and honor the abilities of our conference attendees. By the end of the conference, you will be better prepared to advance ideas and systems that address older adult health disparities and optimize aging.


Conference Attractions: 

World-renowned speakers from the U.S.

Keynote and  plenary sessions both days

Participatory workshops both days

Networking topics and special presentations during lunch

Attendee Forum: Kairos Alive™: Dancing Together is Good Medicine!, Friday, 2:30 p.m.

…….. and CAKE to celebrate 30 Years!!


Who Should Attend:

Nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, nursing home administrators, certified nursing assistants, psychologists, social workers, mental health practitioners, occupational therapists, physical therapists, substance abuse counselors, and other aging enthusiasts.


Morning Keynote Speakers:

Sharon Inouye, MD, MPH

Professor of Medicine

Harvard Medical School

Dr. Inouye is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Aging Brain Center at the Marcus Institute for Aging Research, Hebrew SeniorLife.  She developed the Hospital Elder Life Program (HELP) to provide Age Friendly Care, implemented worldwide. She developed the CAM , the most widely used delirium tool worldwide.

Tia Powell, MD, Author of Dementia Reimagined

Professor of Epidemiology and Psychiatry

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Tia Powell, MD holds the Trachtenberg chair in Bioethics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where she is Professor of Epidemiology and Psychiatry and directs the Montefiore Einstein Center for Bioethics. Her bioethics scholarship focuses on dementia, LGBT issues, end of life care, and health policy. She currently chairs a committee for the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) to recommend the next decade of social science research to support those with dementia and their caregivers.


For More Information:

Contact the Conference Planning Chair at (207) 602-2453 or email Marilyn R. Gugliucci