Senator John T. Henley Lecture and Endowment

Sen. John Henley used his influence in the NC legislature to create the UNC Department of Family Medicine in the early 1970’s. Because of his leadership and vision, the Department has over 40 years of history training family physicians, medical students, and fellows, while developing innovative models, research, and caring for the people of NC. It is now among the highest ranked departments in the nation.

The endowment supports programs and activities, including but not limited to the Lecture, that promote leadership in family medicine.

2019 Sen. John T. Henley Lecture 

Terry “Lee” Mills, MD, MMM, CPE
Medical Director for Primary Care at St. John Clinic

“On the Road to Value: Observations of a Traveler

Moderated by Margaret Helton, MD, Interim Chair, UNC Department of Family Medicine

Friday, October 4th, 2019
UNC Family Medicine Auditorium
Chapel Hill, NC

 

2018 Sen. John T. Henley Lecture (view photos of the event HERE)

Warren Newton, MD, MPH
President & CEO Elect, ABFM
Director, NC AHEC

Leadership and Professionalism: What do they mean for Family Physicians in April, 2018?

Moderated by Cristy Page, MD, MPH, Chair, UNC Department of Family Medicine

Friday, April 13th, 2018
UNC Family Medicine Auditorium
Chapel Hill, NC