Affiliations, 1990-2017

Addison, W. Allen
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Contains materials documenting Michener's professional affiliations. The series is split between Michener's own professional affiliations and his chair affiliations. Michener was involved in numerous councils, boards, and committees throughout his career in the Department of Community and Family Medicine. Some notable affiliations are with Tufts, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Veterans Affairs (VA), University of Chicago, and Vanderbilt. As Chair of the Department of Community and Family Medicine, Michener held many affiliations. Some include the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Clinical Translational Science Awards (CTSA), Duke Translational Medicine Institute (DTMI), Duke University Health System Diversity Leadership, Duke University Health System Disparities Taskforce, Duke Communication Health Network, Physician Oversight Committee, Duke Institute for Health Innovation, and Duke Integrative Medicine. Includes articles, research, letters of recommendations, presentations, printed materials, budgets, information on public health, Davison Society Constitution, personnel files, CVs, as well as information pertaining to the book "Practical Playbook: Public Health and Primary Care Together." Materials date from 1990-2017.


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