J. Lloyd Michener

J. Lloyd Michener, MD is Emeritus Professor and Chair of Family Medicine and Community Health at Duke School of Medicine and Adjunct Professor, UNC Gillings School of Public Health. He also serves as Chair of the Board of the Foundation for Health Leadership and Innovation and is a member of the National Academies of Medicine Workgroup on Assessing Meaningful Community Engagement.

He has served as Director of the “Practical Playbook”, with the support of the deBeaumont Foundation, CDC and HRSA, linking health care, public health and communities. In addition, he served as Chair of the Department of Community & Family Medicine for more than two decades and was the founding director of Duke Center for Community Research.

Nationally, he has served as the founding Co-Chair of the Community Engagement Steering Committee for the Clinical and Translational Science Awards of the NIH and as President of the Association for Prevention, Teaching and Research (APTR). He has been a member of the National Academies Institute of Medicine Committee on Integrating Primary Care and Public Health, the Board of Directors of the Association of Academic Medical Colleges, the NIH Council for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and the National Academic Affiliations Advisory Council for the Department of Veterans Affairs. Awards include Alpha Omega Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa, the Mead-Johnson Award from the American Academy of Family Physicians, and the Duncan Clark Award from APTR.

Internationally, Lloyd served as a long-term member of the International Classification for Primary Care of the WHO; and is the founder and director of the Duke-Salzburg Seminars in Family Medicine of the American Austrian Foundation, for which service he received the Grand Decoration of Honor from the Republic of Austria. He has consulted on primary care redesign with over 20 countries.

Lloyd is a graduate of Oberlin College, Harvard Medical School, and residency and fellowship in Family Medicine at Duke.

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