Total Credits: 1.25 including 1.25 AOA Category 1-A Credit
Update in Lung Cancer Screening: Objectives
Following this presentation, participants will: 1. Know the criteria for lung cancer screening. 2. Know the risk and benefits of lung cancer screening and 3. Know the resources available locally to facilitate lung cancer screening.
Vaping: The Target is Our Teens: Objectives
Following this presentation, participants will: 1. Understand the health implications of electronic cigarette use and nicotine on adolescents. 2. Understand marketing techniques that are used by Big Tobacco to entice youth use of electronic cigarettes.
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Dr. Morin graduated from the Maine Medical Center Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine fellowship program in 2008 and is presently employed by Southern Maine Health Care. He has a special interest in COPD and for the past year or so has helped develop a lung cancer screening program for our institution. He has been a committee member for a MaineHealth thoracic oncology work group since 2017. That work includes developing successful lung cancer screening programs statewide.
Faculty Disclosure: Dr. Morin has no financial interest, arrangement or affiliation that could be perceived as a real or apparent conflict of interest in the contact or subject of this presentation.
Jonathan Fellers, MD received his Bachelor of Science in chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his medical degree from Cornell University Medical College. He completed his psychiatry residency at the University of Virginia where he spent significant time in UVA’s Student Counseling Department and he served as chief resident in 2011. He completed a fellowship in addiction psychiatry at the Oregon Health and Science University where he piloted outreach and prevention addiction services at Reed College. He remained in Portland, Oregon after graduation as faculty at OHSU while working as an addiction psychiatrist for the Portland VA Health Care System. Dr. Fellers joined the Maine Medical Center Department of Psychiatry in September 2015 to head the new Integrated Medication-Assisted Therapy Program (IMAT). Dr. Fellers is medical director for the Maine Tobacco Helpline and clinical lead for co-occurring disorders at Maine Medical Center Outpatient Psychiatry. Dr. Fellers serves on MaineHealth’s Opioid Taskforce including the treatment, implementation, and prenatal committees.
Faculty Disclosure: Dr. Fellers has no financial interest, arrangement or affiliation that could be perceived as a real or apparent conflict of interest in the contact or subject of this presentation.
Kristen McAuley is the Director of Prevention and Training within the MaineHealth Center for Tobacco Independence. In this role, she oversees multiple efforts that seek to reduce and eliminate the burden of tobacco use and exposure. Prior to this role, she was the Assistant Director for the Division of Disease Prevention at the Maine CDC, overseeing areas such as community-based, tobacco and obesity prevention as well as school health, oral health and maternal and child health. She has served in all three branches of state government and also has experience in evaluating local and statewide behavioral health, criminal justice and child welfare programs.
Faculty Disclosure: Ms. McAuley has no financial interest, arrangement or affiliation that could be perceived as a real or apparent conflict of interest in the contact or subject of this presentation.
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