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Bruyère Research Institute

Daniel MyranDaniel Myran

MD, MPH, CCFP, FRCPC

 

Investigator 


Assistant Professor

Department of Family Medicine, University of Ottawa
Adjunct Scientist

ICES

About:

Dr. Daniel Myran is a Public Health and Preventative Medicine physician, a Family Physician, and health services researcher. He is an assistant professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Ottawa. He practices family medicine with an interest in addiction medicine.


Dr. Myran’s research uses health administrative data to investigate two areas. First, tracking healthcare visits for mental health and substance use at the population-level and investigating the impact of policy (e.g., legalization of non-medical cannabis) on these outcomes. Second, understanding patterns of mental health service use by physicians and identifying policy options to improve access to comprehensive primary care. A key focus of both streams of work is investigating differences in outcomes across systematically disadvantaged groups to identify and mitigate health inequities in society.


Research Interests:

Public health policy, population health, mental health, substance use, physician health, health services research, primary care access, socially accountable care, big data.


Select Publications:

Myran DT, Harrison LD, Pugliese M, Solmi M, Anderson KK, Fiedorowicz JG, Perlman CM, Webber C, Finkelstein Y, Tanuseputro P. (2023). Transition to schizophrenia spectrum disorder following emergency department visits due to substance use with and without psychosis. JAMA Psychiatry.


Myran DT, Tanuseputro P, Auger N, Konikoff L, Talarico R, Finkelstein Y. (2022). Edible cannabis legalization and unintentional pediatric poisoning. New England Journal of Medicine.


Myran DT, Roberts R, McArthur E, Jeyakumar N., Hensel JM, Kendall C, Gerin-Lajoie C, McFadden T, Simon C, Garg AX, Sood M, Tanuseputro P. (2023). Mental health and addiction health service use by physicians compared to non-physicians before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: A population-based cohort study in Ontario, Canada. PLOS Medicine.


Myran DT, Tanuseputro P, Cantor N, Pugliese M, Rhodes E, Taljaard M. (2022). The association between recreational cannabis legalization, commercialization and cannabis attributable emergency department visits in Ontario, Canada. Addiction.


Myran DT, Hsu AT, Smith G, Tanuseputro P. (2019). Rates of emergency department visits attributable to alcohol use in Ontario from 2003 to 2016: a retrospective population-level study. CMAJ.


Contact:

dmyran@ohri.ca