Health education is powerful medicine. The Lunder-Dineen Health Education Alliance of Maine offers free, easily accessible and evidence-based education to Maine health care professionals and the communities they serve through an innovative partnership with Massachusetts General Hospital and an ongoing collaboration with Maine’s health care community. Its goal is to improve the overall health of Maine residents by expanding their health knowledge and by advancing the skills and expertise of Maine health professionals.
We create education by:
- Identifying areas of educational priority by reviewing Maine health outcomes, conducting formal needs assessment research, and conducting informal needs assessments in collaboration with the Maine health care community.
- Establishing relationships with Maine’s health care leaders to enhance and support their educational efforts and to better understand opportunities for collaboration.
- Leveraging innovative learning methodologies and technologies, and measuring the impact of education and interventions against the identifiable need to improve health care quality.
Expressions from Lunder-Dineen Stakeholders
"UNE is delighted with the partnership potential that Lunder-Dineen offers in the areas of educations, training and services."
-Jennifer L. Morton,
DNP, MPH, APHN
UNE Director of Nursing
The Lunder-Dineen Health Education Alliance of Maine strives to improve the health and well-being of Maine residents by providing high quality education in collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital. Lunder-Dineen educational programs are designed to help meet the needs of Maine health professionals, their patients and the community.
To improve the health of Maine residents by expanding their health knowledge and by advancing the skills and expertise of Maine health professionals.