Learn more about collaborative projects and organizations that Lunder-Dineen works with to provide health education to consumers and professionals in Maine.
Lunder-Dineen collaborates with important older adult health conferences across Maine to record their key educational sessions and make them available online at no cost to all providers in the state. The list of more than a dozen CME/CE-certified sessions spans the 8th Annual University of Maine Geriatrics Colloquium, Maine Health and Maine Medical Center Geriatrics Day 2013, and the University of New England’s 23rd Annual Maine Geriatrics Conference and Alzheimer’s Training. Learn more.
To meet the unmet educational needs of two psychiatric hospitals in Maine, Lunder-Dineen partners with the Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Academy to offer clinicians at these hospitals up to 50 no-cost registrations to online CBT courses. The evidenced-based courses include guidance on working with adults, couples and children; offer flexible schedules so clinicians can participate at any time; and include live call-in hours with faculty, discussion boards, videos that illustrate technique implementation, and more. Learn more.
An innovative academic-detailing service that offers independent, evidence-based prescribing information directly to health care providers. Educational modules on a given topic synthesize the findings of relevant clinical trials into key messages for practicing clinicians. CME is available at no-cost for these free in-person sessions. Learn more.
Lunder-Dineen is working closely with Maine Quality Counts to expand the reach of the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) pilot project. The Maine PCMH Pilot is a multi-stakeholder statewide effort to implement and evaluate the PCMH model in 26 primary care practices as the first step in achieving statewide adoption of a PCMH model of care. Pilot practices represent only a fraction of more than 500 total primary care practices in Maine.
Given the compelling need to identify flexible and effective models to support learning for additional practices across the state, Lunder-Dineen and Maine Quality Counts are developing an innovative, interactive, Web-based educational program for primary care providers and practice teams that centers on best practices for adopting the PCMH model and transforming practice to a more patient-centered model of care. In this collaboration, Lunder-Dineen provides no-cost access to the American College of Physicians’ Medical Home Builder program so practices have access to a resource-rich, established national learning system, while Lunder-Dineen conducts research on the dissemination, implementation and impact of the education. Learn more.
The mission of the Norman Knight Nursing Center for Clinical & Professional Development is to promote lifelong learning and clinical excellence by establishing, supporting and fostering learning opportunities for the attainment of knowledge and skills necessary for safe, competent and compassionate patient-centered care.
Lunder-Dineen is pleased to offer nursing professionals in Maine free access to the Knight Nursing Center’s ongoing live, monthly Nursing Grand Rounds sessions. Currently as many as 16 sites in Maine participate. Learn more.
The Maxwell & Eleanor Blum Patient and Family Learning Center is a relaxed and comfortable place for patients, families and friends to locate health information about fitness, treatment choices, caring for loved ones, and much more.
Lunder-Dineen is pleased to offer Maine residents access to an array of educational sessions offered through the Blum Center. Learn more.
Staying Strong is an initiative of the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program, and builds understanding and support within all communities that touch military children and their families.
The Staying Strong website offers an array of videos that cover stages of child development, the role of temperament, parent guidance, related family activities, and true-to-life stories of parenting children of different ages and temperaments through key challenges of military life. Learn more.
The Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program provides clinical care and support services for service members, veterans and their families throughout New England; offers community education about the “invisible wounds of war” and the challenges facing military families; and conducts research to improve the understanding and treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
Lunder-Dineen is pleased to provide Maine clinicians with free access to two educational series presented by the Home Base Program in collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs National Center for PTSD. Learn more.
This unique initiative focuses on raising consciousness about the problem of pain and providing information and education about pain for patients, their families, and professionals. It offers a free newsletter and a variety of resources, links and other educational tools on issues related to chronic pain.