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Leland Blanchard Lecture

Leland Blanchard Memorial Lecture was established in memory of Leland Blanchard, MD, in 1979. Dr Blanchard was a major contributor to the development of family medicine and was a charter member of STFM. This lecture is a program component of each STFM Annual Spring Conference.

Past Blanchard Lecturers 

2017: The dynamics and processes of the health of the Latino population using both quantitative data and qualitative observations — David Hayes-Bautista, PhD
2016: Achieving Health Equity: Tools for a National Campaign Against Racism—Camara Phyllis Jones, MD, MPH, PhD
2015: A Brief Ethnography of Family Medicine: Three Stories—Malachi O’Connor, PhD
2014: On Being the Fifth and Final: Reflections on Interprofessional Leadership and Change Management—Denise Rodgers, MD
2013: Disruptive Innovation and the Transformation of Health Care Systems: What Does It Require of Tomorrow’s Leaders?—Paul E. Plsek 
2012: The Art of Leadership—William E. Strickland, Jr 
2011: Engineering Against Nature When Nature Hits Back: The Past and Future of New Orleans—John M Barry 
2010: How Financial Conflicts Of Interest Endanger Our Profession—Jerome Kassirer, MD 
2009: The Challenge of Practice Variations and the Future of Primary Care—John Wennberg, MD, MPH 
2008: The Challenge of Practice Variations and the Future of Primary Care—John Wennberg, MD, MPH 
2007: A Community Leading Change–Fulfilling the STFM Vision—Kevin Grumbach, MD 
2006: The Challenging Face of Primary Care—Barbara Starfield, MD, MPH 
2005: The End of the Beginning: The Redesign Imperative in FM—Joseph Scherger, MD, MPH 
2004: Academia and the Care of the Chronically Ill—Edward Wagner, MD, WA 
2003: Family Medicine and the Surgeon General Who Listened—David Satcher MD, PhD 
2002: Medical Education for Compassion and Meaning: Stressproofing the Young—Rachel Naomi Remen, MD 
2001: Practical Idealism: What’s Rembrandt Got to Do With It?”—Ruth Hart, MD 
2000: Genes, Diseases, and the Practice of Medicine in the Year 
2000—Holmes Morton, MD 
1999: Everything I Learned About Leadership  From Sitting Around the Dining Room Table—John Molidor, PhD 
1998: Social Responsibilities of Faculty in Family Medicine—Audrey Manley, MD, MPH 
1997: From the Valley Floor to the Mountain Peak: FM on the Move—Nancy Wilson Dickey, MD 
1996: Family Medicine in the Way Station Called Managed Care—William Jacott, MD 
1995: The Community Origins of Family Practice—Theodore Phillips, MD 
1994: Medical Education, Status, and Scholarship: Reassessing What Is Valued as Scholarly Work—R. Eugene Rice, PhD 
1993: The Reemergence of the Generalist as Researcher—Sheldon Greenfield, MD 
1992: STFM: The Once and Future—Lynn Carmichael, MD 
1991: Caring and Curing: Striking the Right Balance—Daniel Callahan, PhD 
1990: Leadership in Family Medicine—Fitzhugh Mayo, MD 
1989: The Primary Care Physician and Resource Allocation: What Is the Job Description—Christine Cassel, MD 
1988: Health Care in the Future: A Federal Perspective—US Senator Orrin Hatch 
1987: Healthy Families: An Essential Investment for a Successful Nation—Willis Goldbeck 
1986: Rites of Spring for FM: Discontent, Discon-tinuity, and Discovery—Robert Graham, MD 
1985: Barnacles, Ballast, and Balance—B. Lewis Barnett, Jr, MD 
1984: What’s True About What’s New?—G. Gayle Stephens, MD 
1983: Competition—Paul Brucker, MD 
1982: FM’s Golden Opportunity: Will the Challenge Be Accepted?—Curtis Hames, MD 
1981: The Doctor’s Image—John Lister, MA, MD 
1980: Truth Telling in Medicine—Sissela Bok, PhD 
1979: The Willard Report Revisited—C.H. William Ruhe, MD


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