Dee Mangin

Mangin Dee 


McMaster University

Principal Investigator:

2017 Catalyst Grant (Medication Optimization) — The TAPER Project: Incorporating families’ experiences in reducing medication burden in long-term care. A feasibility study of a team approach to polypharmacy (CAT2017-20)

2014 Health Technology Innovation Grant — The eDosette study: Optimizing medication use and safety in community dwelling seniors (HTIG 2014-17)

Dr. Dee Mangin is the Associate Chair (Research) and a Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University, as well as the David Braley & Nancy Gordon Chair in Family Medicine. Prior to moving to Canada from New Zealand, Dr. Mangin was the Director of the Primary Care Unit at the University of Otago, Christchurch.  The University of Otago is also where she obtained her Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and her Doctor of Public Health. She is a Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners, and received the College’s Distinguished Serve Medal in 2011. She is the Director of MUSIC, the McMaster University Sentinel and Information Collaboration practice-based research network, and the Medical Director of a website for consumer information and reporting of drug adverse reactions. Dr. Mangin is also a member of the Integrated Patient Safety Action Plan Medication Safety Leads Group, Patients for Patient afety Canada. Her  broad research interests are: rational prescribing with a focus on matching burden of care with capacity to benefit; innovative models of primary care service delivery; and the influences of science, policy and commerce on the nature of care.