Al Mulley is the managing director of the Institute’s Global Health Care Delivery Science Program. The program is dedicated to forging partnerships around the world to build the capabilities essential to achieving sustainable health care economies. Prior to his appointment at Dartmouth, he was at Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital, where he served as chief of general medicine for nearly three decades. In the past, his clinical training and research interests have spanned from intensive medical care to the integration of primary care and population health, always with a focus on the quality of decisions made, whether it’s from the frontlines of care to the leadership level of health systems. Mulley is the founding editor of the text, Primary Care Medicine, with the eighth addition currently in preparation. He is a member of the National Academy of Medicine and serves as a visiting professor and/or Fellow in multiple countries, including the United Kingdom and China.
He holds an A.B. from Dartmouth College, an MD from Harvard Medical School, and an MPP from Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
Bangerter LR, Griffin JM, Eagan A, Mishra M, Lunde A, Roger V, Mulley A, Lotherington J
Int J Qual Health Care|2018 Mar 2
Mulley A, Coulter A, Wolpert M, Richards T, Abbasi K
BMJ|2017 Mar 30
Elwyn G, Quinlan C, Mulley A, Agoritsas T, Vandvik PO, Guyatt G
BMC Med|2015 Sep 1
Drake RE, Binagwaho A, Martell HC, Mulley AG
BMJ|2014 Nov 25
Mulley AG, Trimble C, Elwyn G
BMJ|2012 Nov 8