Nick Daneman

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ON WHY PUBLIC HEALTH ONTARIO IS IMPORTANT

"Through PHO I hope to maximize the benefits and minimize the harms of antimicrobials for all Ontarians, from critical care, to long term care to the community."

Areas of Expertise

  • infectious diseases
  • antimicrobial stewardship and resistance
  • health-care associated infections
  • critical care infections
  • bacteremia
  • C. difficile

Academic Degrees and Accreditations

  • Doctor of Medicine, University of Toronto
  • Masters of Science, Clinical Epidemiology, University of Toronto

PHO Research Interests

  • antimicrobial stewardship and resistance
  • health-care associated infections
  • critical care infections
  • bacteremia
  • C. difficile

Selected Publications

  1. Daneman N, Bronskill SE, Gruneir A, Newman A, Fischer HD, Rochon PA, et al. Variability in antibiotic use across nursing homes and the risk of antibiotic-related adverse outcomes for individual residents. JAMA Intern Med. 2015;175(8):1331-9.
  2. Brown K, Valenta K, Fisman D, Simor A, Daneman N. Hospital Ward Antibiotic Prescribing and the Risks of Clostridium difficile Infection. JAMA Intern Med. 2015;175(4):626-33.
  3. Daneman N, Sarwar S, Fowler RA, Cuthbertson BH; SuDDICU Canadian Study Group. Effect of selective decontamination on antimicrobial resistance in intensive care units: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Lancet Infect Dis. 2013;13(4):328-41.
  4. Daneman N, Grunier A, Bronskill S, Newman A, Fischer H, Rochon P, et al. Prolonged antibiotic treatment in long-term care: role of the prescriber. JAMA Intern Med. 2013;173(8):673-82.
  5. Daneman N, Stukel T, Ma X, Vermeulen M, Guttman A. Reduction in Clostridium difficile infection rates after mandatory hospital public reporting: findings from a longitudinal cohort study in Canada. PLoS Med. 2012;9(7): e1001268.

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Contact

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Updated 22 Oct 2019