Nancy Davis, PhD
Dr. Nancy Davis is Associate Dean, Continuing Professional Development and Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine. She has oversight of Faculty Development, Continuing Medical Education and the Maintenance of Certification Portfolio Program.
Previously, she served as Director of Postgraduate Education on the KUSM-W campus (1991-2001) and then as Director of CME for the American Academy of Family Physicians; Executive Director of the National Institute for Quality Improvement and Education; and Director of Practice Improvement and Lifelong Learning at the Association of American Medical Colleges. She returned to KU School of Medicine in 2014.
Dr. Davis earned a PhD in Adult and Continuing Education at Kansas State University; a master's degree in healthcare administration; and a bachelor's degree as a physician assistant at Wichita State University. An experienced clinician, educator and researcher, Dr. Davis has taught across the medical education continuum, presented in numerous national forums, and published in peer reviewed journals. She has been credentialed as a Certified Diabetes Educator, a Certified CME Professional as well as a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality.