Dr. Clif Knight | Wellness Pre-Conference
H. Clifton “Clif” Knight, MD, FAAFP, is senior vice president of education for the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). He oversees all organizational activities related to medical education and continuing medical education.
These areas include education and training of medical students and residents; student interest in the specialty of family medicine, including federal policies that affect it; and CME curriculum development, production, and accreditation and regulations. Knight was a family physician in Indiana for nearly 25 years. He served as chief medical and academic officer for Community Health Network in Indianapolis, where he was responsible for patient safety, medical education, research and medical staff support. Knight was previously in private practice in rural Flora, Indiana. In 2011, he was named to the board of trustees for Marian University in Indianapolis. He served on the Admissions Committee for the Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine, which admitted its inaugural class in August 2013. Knight served in an appointed position on the Indiana Medical Education Board, which oversees state grant funding for family medicine residency programs in Indiana.
At the Wellness Pre-Conference, Dr. Knight will be defining and exploring wellness for health professionals.