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The Nursing Profession
Lunder-Dineen presentation at Mass General Nurses Week
It’s time for physicians to ask patients about their drinking
Noah's Notes segment of FOX ABC Maine 's Good Morning Maine
April marks Alcohol Awareness Month. In this month's segment, we sit down with Dr. Noah Nesin, MD, FAAFP, of PCHC - Penobscot Community Health Care and special guest, Denise O'Connell, LCSW, CCM, CCP, to discuss the importance of understanding our state and livelihood.
Time to Ask on WZON AM620 – The Pulse
In April 2017, Lunder-Dineen guests participated in a radio program on WZON AM620 — The Pulse to discuss Time to Ask/unhealthy alcohol use during April’s Alcohol Awareness month. Time to Ask Pilot advisory team members Shawn Yardley, BSW, MBA and Mark Publicker, and Denise O’Connell, LCSW, our senior program manager, contributed to the program.
Maine Calling on MOTIVATE
Maine Calling on Time to Ask
Aging in America 2015 Conference Highlights
Facing the Challenges of Oral Health Care for Seniors with Leonard Brennan, dentist and Co-Director of Harvard Geriatric Dental Fellowship Program, and his daughter Kathleen, a family practitioner (Maine), discussed age-prevalent oral conditions such as candidiasis (fungal infection) and xerostomia (dry mouth), which are associated with medication side effects.
ADA - Statewide Effort Underway to Improve Oral Health of Maine Seniors
Maine is developing a new educational pilot program to train health care providers who work with elders in long-term care facilities to better meet the needs of America’s most vulnerable population.
BDN: Catching Health - Bath Salts: What are they and why are they so dangerous?
In Maine news this week there was a sad and disturbing story about a teenager arrested on charges of burglary, theft, criminal mischief and criminal trespass. According to an article in the Bangor Daily News, he was found naked in one of two homes he allegedly broke into. This is not a blog post about the teenager, but about the hallucinogenic drugs police believe he MAY have been on that night — bath salts.