Mary-Ellen Hogan, BScPhm, PharmD, MSc, PhD (Candidate)
Program of study
PhD student in the Graduate Department of Pharmaceutical Science, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto.
Education and Training
Mary-Ellen completed her pharmacy training at University of Toronto and later completed an advanced practice degree in pharmacy. She has many years of experience in community pharmacy practice, and has also worked in the pharmaceutical industry. In her master’s training, she designed and conducted a randomized controlled trial of an intervention to reduce procedural pain in infants. She also contributed to several other clinical research projects, and gained experience in conducting systematic reviews and meta-analyses. She has training in clinical epidemiology, biostatistics, health services research using administrative data, decision analytic modeling, and economic evaluation methods including cost-utility analysis.
Research Interests and Expertise
Mary-Ellen’s research interests are focused on chronic pain. She is involved in healthcare costing, use of health services, health related quality of life and other outcomes research. She uses large administrative data sets at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences to answer questions about Ontarians with chronic pain.
The cost of chronic pain to the Ontario health system.
Health utilities in people with chronic pain.
Mortality in people with chronic pain.
Murray Krahn, MD, MSc, FRCPC
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