March 12, 2021

In This Issue
The Year a Global Pandemic Changed Our Lives; Thank You Maine Physicians
APRN Training & Supervision: “Laws are Like Sausages. Better Not to See Them Being Made”
Governor Amends Vaccination Timeline; All Adults Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine by May 1
Covid-19: Both Vaccinations Now Done and Done: Richard A. Evans MD
Maine DHHS: Strategies for Addressing Disparate Impacts of COVID-19
US FDA: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: March 12, 2021
Abyde joins with Maine Medical Association as a new Corporate Affiliate
Next MMA Legislative Call Will Be Wednesday, March 17th
Daniel Hanley Center for Health Leadership’s Renowned Physician Executive Leadership Institute – The Advanced Course Enrollment is OPEN
PPE Available Through the MMA & ActionPPE
A Message from Maine Responds: Volunteer Opportunity
Maine Legislature Week 9 Update
Maine Legislature: Public Hearings, Work Sessions, New Bills
Upcoming Specialty Society Meetings
Maine Lung Cancer Coalition Webinar March 24, 2021
Maine CDC Physicians To Host Regular Clinician COVID Vaccine Info Sessions
Suicide Prevention and Management in Healthcare Practice Settings: A Comprehensive Evidence-Based Approach
AAP EQIPP Course: Immunizations - Strategies for Success (for RURAL Health Providers)
Nurse Practitioner
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Belgrade Regional Health Center Seeks a Physician (BC/BE in Family Medicine)

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Maine Lung Cancer Coalition Webinar March 24, 2021

“Destigmatizing Lung Cancer: A Theory Based Approach to Public Health Messaging”

Join the Maine Lung Cancer Coalition, in partnership with the Maine Medical Association-Center for Quality Improvement (MMA-CQI), on March 24, 2021, from 12 – 1 p.m. and learn how stigma and implicit bias impact individuals with lung cancer and how to motivate individuals to engage in risk-reducing behaviors by applying social psychological theory to public health messaging. Learn how to translate this knowledge into positive, non-blaming social media messaging with the goal of influencing and thus changing behaviors to decrease lung cancer risk factors in the populations you serve. Register Here.

We hope you can join us! 

After attending this webinar, participants will: 

1. Understand stigma as a psychological concept 

2. Understand ways in which stigma and implicit bias impact individuals with lung cancer 

3. Understand how social psychological theory can be applied to public health messaging to motivate the general public to engage in risk-reducing behaviors.

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