Robert R. Huntley Lecture
The Robert R. Huntley, MD Lecture’s mission is to raise awareness of research and innovation in family medicine and primary care in the US. The lecture serves as an educational resource for physicians, researchers, residents, fellows, students, patients, and community members interested in improving health care. Working with others across the U.S., the UNC Department of Family Medicine’s mission is to help transform the nation’s health care system to be more patient-centered, efficient and effective with dramatically improved quality and lower costs for all. This work has resulted in recognition as a national leader in innovative primary care, research, medical education and community service.
15th Annual Robert R. Huntley, MD Lecture and Luncheon
The Healthcare Delivery System as Medical Education’s Foundation: Take Two on “The Clinic is the Curriculum”
The Friday Center
100 Friday Center Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Friday, March 8, 2019
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Dr. Baxley has extensive experience across the breadth of the academic missions of medical schools including LCME and ACGME accreditation, Clinical Learning Environment Review (CLER); student recruitment; curriculum evaluation and innovation; competency assessment, learning environment improvements; faculty professional development; enhancement of diversity programs; and creation of student distinction tracks. She served as the principal investigator on the AMA’s Accelerating Change in Medical Education initiative. Dr. Baxley previously served as Senior Associate Dean at the Brody School of Medicine, Chair of Family Medicine at USC and Co-Director of the I3 Collaborative. In her current role, Dr. Baxley’s focuses on Diplomate experience with the certification process, communications, and evolution of the performance improvement activities relaled to family medicine certification.
Past Huntley Lectures
2018: Denise V. Rodgers, MD, FAAFP
Vice-Chancellor for Interprofessional Programs, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences
“Persistent Health Disparities: Understanding the Role of Social Determinants, Implicit Bias and Racism”