The George Armstrong Lecture


George Armstrong, an English physician of the 18th century, established the first dispensary for children in London, England, in 1769. There he served with great devotion and taught others the care of sick children. He is honored as one of the fathers of modern pediatrics, and those who deliver this lecture are also honored as outstanding teachers and contributors to our knowledge of the care of children.

  • 2016 - Sara Rosenbaum
  • 2015 - Neal Baer
  • 2014 - Karen Hein
  • 2013 - Ellen Crain
  • 2012 - Judith Palfrey
  • 2011 - Carol Berkowitz
  • 2010 - UNICEF
  • 2009 - Doctors without Borders
  • 2008 - John M. Leventhal
  • 2007 - Thomas G. DeWitt
  • 2006 - Kenneth B. Roberts
  • 2005 - Stephen Ludwig
  • 2004 - James M. Perrin
  • 2003 - Lucy M. Osborn
  • 2002 - Steven A. Schroeder
  • 2001 - David Kessler
  • 2000 - Greenpeace
  • 1999 - David Satcher
  • 1998 - Richard E. Behrman
  • 1996 - Steven P. Shelov
  • 1995 - Antonia C. Novello
  • 1994 - M. Joycelyn Elders
  • 1993 - Margaret C. Heagarty
  • 1992 - Children's Television Workshop (David V.B. Britt)
  • 1991 - Paul L. McCarthy
  • 1990 - Catherine DeAngelis
  • 1989 - Joel J. Alpert
  • 1988 - Ivan Barry Pless
  • 1987 - Robert A. Hoekelman
  • 1986 - Marian Wright Edelman (Children's Defense Fund)
  • 1985 - Gerold L. Schiebler 1
  • 1984 - Victor Vaughan & Waldo Nelson
  • 1983 - Barbara Starfield
  • 1982 - Evan Charney
  • 1981 - Benjamin Spock
  • 1980 - OXFAM (Tim Lusty)
  • 1979 - John H. Kennell
  • 1978 - Richard W. Olmsted
  • 1977 - Wilbur J. Cohen
  • 1976 - Abraham B. Bergman
  • 1975 - C. Henry Kempe
  • 1974 - Lewis Fraad
  • 1973 - Barbara M . Korsch
  • 1972 - Henry K. Silver
  • 1971 - Morris Green
  • 1970 - Julius B. Richmond
  • 1969 - Robert H. Haggerty
  • 1968 - Allan M. Butler
  • 1967 - George A. Silver

 

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