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"Samstarf" Continues in Iceland

A trip to Iceland was a busy one for Judith Tupper: kaffi og smákökur (coffee and cookies) with President of Iceland Johannesson; presenting at a public health conference in Akureyri, and discussions about public health research collaboration in Iceland. Read more about Dr. Judy Tupper's May trip to Iceland.

Cost-of-Care Conversations Project

Kim Fox shared findings from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation -funded Cost-of-Care project at several events recently. Read more about these presentations centered on consumer tools related to low-back pain treatment below.

MeHAF Brief Examines Access to Care Among Low-income, Uninsured Mainers

Low-income, uninsured Mainers face substantial challenges accessing health care services.

The Davis Family Foundation Funds Quality Improvement Toolkits for Early Childhood and Out-of-School Time Programs

Maine Roads to Quality Professional Development Network, MRTQ PDN, debuts new tools to guide early childhood and out-of-school time programs with quality improvement efforts. Funded by the Davis Family Foundation for one year, the project has created four online, on-demand Quality Improvement Toolkits that will be available free to all programs in Maine and will be fully sustainable after the grant period ends in June of 2018.

Over 20 Cutler Staff Participated in Husky Day of Service!

A big thank you to all Cutler Staff who participated in the Husky Day of Service on April 9th!
USM update filming April 2018

Replay: 'The USM Update,' April 2, 2018

In this episode of "The USM Update," University of Southern Maine President Glenn Cummings continues in talking about the University's many workforce initiatives, this time in the fields of biology, aquaculture and engineering.

The Portland City Council Recognizes Alison Gray

City of Portland Proclamation to Recognize Cutler Institute Colleague

Maine Rural Health Research Center Releases Study on the "Oldest Old"

Rural "Oldest- Old" outpaces population growth of children--implications for healthcare services

Erica King Published in Bangor Daily News

From part of the Oe-ed penned by Erika King: Close it or not. This is the conversation that has emerged in the wake of legitimate challenges at Long Creek Youth Development Center in South Portland, but it does not reflect the larger conversation we need to be having.

Pious Ali Showcased in National Website

A congratulations to Pious Ali for his featuring in Buzzfeed.

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