Nancy Morioka-Douglas

Family medicine doctor

Clinical Professor, Medicine - General Medical Disciplines

Family Medicine at Hoover Pavilion

  • 211 Quarry Road
  • Palo Alto, CA 94304
  • Phone: 650-498-9000
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Professional Education

Board Certification: Family Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine (1984)

Fellowship: San Jose Medical Center (1985) CA

Residency: San Jose Medical Center (1984) CA

Internship: San Jose Medical Center (1984) CA

Medical Education: University of Hawaii (1981) HI

M.P.H., University of Hawaii/UC Berkeley, Health Planning and Policy (1985)

M.D., University of Hawaii (1981)

B.S., Stanford University, Biology (1976)

Honors & Awards

Invited Participant, The Lown Institute Conference, "From Avoidable Care to Right Care" (December 2013)

Invited Participant, Stanford Physician/Faculty Advanced Leadership Development Program (2012)

Study Section Member, Health Care Quality and Effectiveness Research, AHRQ (2010-2014)

Member, National Working Group, ³Promoting Good Stewardship in Clinical Practice² National Physicians' Alliance (2009-2010)

Leadership Fellow, California HealthCare Foundation Leadership Fellowship (2008-2010)

Invited Participant, Stanford Physician Leadership Development Program (2006-2007)

“Standard Setting Committee for Examination, 2005. American Board of Family Medicine.”, American Board of Family Medicine (2005)

Named as one of the "Best Doctors", Best Doctors (2003 to present)

Song Brown Fellowship in Family Medicine, Stanford Affiliated Family Practice Residency at San Jose Hospital (1984-1985)

Administrative Appointments

Medical Director, Patient Centered Care, Primary Care, Stanford, 2013

Clinic Chief, Stanford Family Medicine, 1998

Associate Director, Stanford Geriatric Education Center, 2007

Clinical Director, Stanford Geriatric Education Center, 2006

Co-Director, Stanford Geriatric Education Center, 2002

No Papanicolaou tests in women younger than 21 years or after hysterectomy for benign disease.
Morioka-Douglas, N., & Hillard, P. Ja. (2013). No Papanicolaou tests in women younger than 21 years or after hysterectomy for benign disease. JAMA internal medicine, 173(10), 855-856.

The "Top 5" Lists in Primary Care Meeting the Responsibility of Professionalism
Aguilar, I., Berger, Z. D., Casher, D., Choi, R. Y., Green, J. B., & Wright, G. M. (2011). The "Top 5" Lists in Primary Care Meeting the Responsibility of Professionalism. ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE, 171(15), 1385-1390.

Learning from Clinical Uncertainty
Tina M. Kenyon, Acsw., Lucia Sommers, DrPH, Claudia Allen, PhD, & MD. (2011). Learning from Clinical Uncertainty. Best Poster award at the 2011 Dartmouth Cooperative Research Network Annual Meeting.

Empowering Youth as Self-Management Coaches for Diabetic Family Members
Nancy Morioka-Douglas. (2011). Empowering Youth as Self-Management Coaches for Diabetic Family Members. California HealthCare Foundation Issue Brief, February.

Developing Curricula in Cultural Competence: An iterative, medical student driven process
Margaret Kirkegaard, N. M.-D. (2006). Developing Curricula in Cultural Competence: An iterative, medical student driven process. 32nd Annual STFM Predoctoral Education Conference, February 2006.

"Ethnogeriatrics: Taking Care of Ethnic Elders in America"
Nancy Morioka-Douglas. (2005). "Ethnogeriatrics: Taking Care of Ethnic Elders in America". Faces and Masks of Aging: Implications from the lives of Japanese elderly", conference, May 2005.

Medical education and chronic disease
Morioka-Douglas, N. (2004). Medical education and chronic disease. JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, 292(24), 2975-2975.

Issues in caring for Afghan American elders: insights from literature and a focus group.
Morioka-Douglas, N., Sacks, T., & Yeo, G. (2004). Issues in caring for Afghan American elders: insights from literature and a focus group. Journal of cross-cultural gerontology, 19(1), 27-40.