The 15th Annual University of Maine Clinical Geriatrics Colloquium

TUESDAY, OCT. 27, 2020

SPECIAL NOTICE: To respect the safety and health of all of our

participants, this year’s colloquium will be a virtual event.

Program and registration information coming later this summer.

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“Creating Age-Friendly Health Systems”

Principles of high-impact age-friendly health systems

Using technology to promote health and social connectivity in the age of COVID-19

The challenge of older adult isolation and loneliness

Focusing health care on the 4Ms (what Matters most, Medication, Mobility, Mentation)

Exemplars of age-friendly health care in Maine and across America

The importance of the social determinants of health for rural aging

Sponsors

• University of Maine, Center on Aging
• AgingME Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program

Confirmed speakers:

Terry Fulmer, PhD, RN, FAAN, President, John A. Hartford Foundation

Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH, Faculty, Harvard Medical School and President, Foundation for Art & Healing and The UnLonely Project

Carrie Henning-Smith, PhD, MPH, MSW, Assistant Professor, Division of Health Policy and Management and Deputy Director, University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center, University of Minnesota School of Public Health

Danielle Louder, Program Director, Northeast Telehealth Resource Center and Co-Director, MCD Public Health

Susan Corbett, Founder and Director, National Digital Equity Center

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