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Northern Maine AHEC - Connecting Students to Health Careers, Professionals to Communities and Communities to Better Health

The AHEC mission is to enhance access to quality health care, particularly primary and preventive care, by improving the supply and distribution of healthcare professionals via strategic partnerships with academic programs, communities, and professional organizations.

  • RECRUIT: to educate community members about health career choices and recruit future 
health professionals.
  • TRAIN: to facilitate student community- based clinical training experiences.
  • RETAIN: to provide resources that assist and support health care professionals.

 

 

  

 

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 Free Course Available:  Dementia Basics

 

Dementia Basics
(4 hour)

In this course, is intended for all types of Direct Service Workers. This training is designed to provide:

  • Basic information needed for dementia care
  • Impact of changes to thinking skills
  • Communication expressed through behavior
 

 

Visit
http://mainedirectserviceworker.org
to enroll in the training


For more information:
Email: mdsw@maine.edu 
Or Call: 877-345-6903


he Maine Direct Service Workforce Training Program is funded under DHHS agreement LRS-17-001 between the University of Southern Maine and the Maine Department of Health and Human Services.
 

 http://mainedirectserviceworker.org 

 

 

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Helpful Links:

US National Library of Medicine  https://wwwcf2.nlm.nih.gov/nlm_eresources/eresources/search_database.cfm

Online Courses for Providers      https://AheConnect.org

                                                  http://aheconnect.com/behavioralhealth

                                                  http://www.health.mil/Training-Center/Clinicians-and-Healthcare-Providers

                                                  http://www.aacom.org/ome/profdev/preceptor-development

 

Maine Healthcare Associations   http://www.mehca.org/education/schedule-of-upcoming-programs

                                                  http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/dlrs/rhpc/rural_health.shtml

                                                  http://www.mainepublichealth.org/career-pathways

                                                  https://newenglandruralhealthroundtable.wildapricot.org

                                                  http://www.themha.org

                                                  http://www.hrsa.gov/index.html

 

 

 

Other AHEC Centers in Maine     http://www.une.edu/ahec

                                                  http://pchc.com/about-pchc

                                                  http://www.franklinahec.org     

 

Newsletter Northern Maine AHEC, Click on image below:  

 

Recruitment and Retention of Rural Healthcare Providers

 
 
 

Clinical Education

Clinical Education intern

Overview

Supporting the recruitment and retention of rural primary care providers is a focus of the Maine AHEC Network. Evidence-based strategies include providing health profession students with positive clinical experiences in rural communities and nurturing health professions students from rural communities who are most likely to return to those communities to practice.

 
 

Community Health Rotations in Aroostook County

Community Health Rotation for UNE College of Osteopathic Medicine Students

The Maine AHEC Network coordinates the selective mandatory four-week Maine Community Health Rotation (CHR) for third year UNE COM medical students. With more than 60 preceptors (clinical physician-educators) in Maine, students enhance their knowledge and exposure to the unique and exciting challenges of practicing primary care, especially in rural underserved communities. 

Enhanced Community Health Rotation Program

The Maine AHEC Network, in collaboration with the Northern Maine AHEC has developed an “enhanced” community health rotation to attract students interested in rural health and primary care and create a rich experience that will increase the chances that students will make the decision to practice in rural Maine. 

 

Literature on Making the Case for Health Workforce Pipeline Programs

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