Calendar of Events

CME & Other Events

MAPP holds an Annual general membership meetings and full-day CME event in the Spring and/or Fall of each year. The CME session is coordinated with MAPP programs such as postpartum depression and consultation projects.

The continued commitment of MAPP is to make the annual conference interesting for both primary care physicians, psychiatrists and other clinicians with an interest in mental health.

Save the Date!

Maine Association of Psychiatric Physicians Fall Program
October 21-22, 2021

Sleep, Health and Cognition: A Lifecyle Perspective

Hilton Garden Inn, 5 Park Street, Freeport, ME

Special Thanks!

MAPP events would not be possible without the generous support from Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services through a grant to MAPP’s Consultation Project. 

To learn more about the Consultation Project, CLICK HERE.

Lessons Learned Video Series for ECPs/RFMs

Senior Psychiatrists, Inc. and PRMS have teamed up to create Lessons Learned.  This is a series of virtual Zoom presentations for Early Career Psychiatrists {ECPs} and Resident/Fellow Members {RFMs} that have nationally noted psychiatrists providing a variety of career topics of interest to the younger psychiatrist.

The link to access each of these presentations is    Password: lessons

Lessons Learned: Community Mental Health and Covid-19 in the USA
First Aired-Date:
 December 15, 2020
Time: 8:00 pm

Featured Speakers: Brian R. Sims, MD and Brian Hepburn, MD

Hoarders: Buried Alive
First Aired-Date: October 27, 2020
Time: 8:00 p.m – 9:15 p.m.

Featured Speaker: Dr. William Lawson, MD, PhD, DLFAPA

Senior Psychiatrists: Lessons Learned
First Aired – Date: August 31, 2020
Time: 8 p.m. – 9:15 p.m. EDT

Featured Speaker: Jack McIntyre, MD

Event Calendar

jul1:00 am12:00 pmGeneral Psychiatric Management for Borderline Personality Disorder

Lessons Learned Virtual ZOOM Presentations for ECPs and RFMs

mayAll DayInflammatory Brain Disorders Conference, May 13-14, free to Maine physicians

Journal Club

MAPP journal club is open to all psychiatrists and psychiatric APRNs interested in participating or receiving journal club readings, and regardless of MAPP membership. Our Journal Club started March 2006 and meets monthly at various locations. You can join in person, or participate by vidoeconference (contact Dr. Jeff Barkin at [email protected] or Dr. David Moltz at [email protected] for more information about remote participation). An opportunity to meet with your colleagues, journal club is focused on directed reading of selected contemporary papers in psychiatry. With a wide focus of topics, we also emphasize methods and research design to help members learn to interpret clinical trials.

Although we meet in person in Portland, other local area groups, such as in central Maine, are developing. All papers are distributed via the MAPP Journal Club listserv’s email to allow participants from all over to join. You can subscribe to the MAPP Journal Club listserv here. Links to abstracts of Journal Club articles and other past content can be found on the Past Journal Club Topics archival page. So come and join us: a social opportunity with a lot of learning and great food!

Contact MAPP

P.O. Box 190, Manchester, ME 04251-1090
(207) 622-7743

MAPP Resources

The Maine Association of Psychiatric Physicians Resources section contains a variety of information contributed by MAPP members and other individuals that we hope will be useful to MAPP members, other psychiatric practitioners, and the interested public.

Maine Association of Psychiatric Physicians Membership

Participation is key, and MAPP and APA offer many activities geared to enrich your professional life as well as bring you educational opportunities.