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Dr. Robert Mann

Public Health and Regulatory Policy Section
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
33 Russell Street, T416
Toronto, Ontario M5S 2S1
(416) 535-8501 ext. 4496

Dr. Robert Mann is a Senior Scientist with Public Health and Regulatory Policy Section in the Social, Prevention and Health Policy Research Department and an Associate Scientist with the Centre for Research on Inner City Health at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto. He is an Associate Professor with the Department of Public Health Sciences and Director of the Collaborative Program in Addiction Studies at the University of Toronto.
Areas of Research
Dr. Mann focuses his research on alcohol and drug problems and the identification of factors that increase and decrease these problems. He has studied the epidemiology of alcohol-related problems (e.g., deaths from drunk driving, liver disease, suicide, and homicide) as well as individual, environmental, and social factors that influence them. Dr. Mann’s work has included evaluations of programs and policies designed to prevent these problems. A related area of interest is the significance of affective states including depression and specific patterns of behaviour such as “road rage” on collisions and risk of injury.

Mann RE, Flam-Zalcman R, Smart RG, Rush BR, Suurvali H. Alcohol consumption, Alcoholics Anonymous membership and homicide mortality rates in Ontario 1968-1991. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 2006;30, 1743-1751.

Shuggi R, Mann RE, Flam-Zalcman R, Chipperfield BGA, Nochajski, T. Predictive validity of the RIASI: Alcohol and drug use and problems six months following remedial program participation. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. 2006;32, 180-192.

Zhao J, Mann RE, Chipman M, Adlaf EM, Stoduto G, Smart RG. The impact of driver education on self-reported collisions among young drivers with a graduated licence. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 2006;38, 35-42.

Butters J, Smart RG, Mann RE. Assessing road rage victimization and perpetration in the Ontario adult population: The impact of illicit drug use and psychiatric distress. Canadian Journal of Public Health. 2006; 97, 96-99.

Mann RE, Flam-Zalcman R, Asbridge M, Suurvali H, Giesbrecht N. Drinking driving fatalities and consumption of beer, wine and spirits. Drug and Alcohol Review. 2006;25, 321-325.

Asbridge M, Mann RE, Smart RG. Can we prevent road rage? Trauma, Violence and Abuse: A Review Journal. 2006;7, 109-121.

Mann RE, Flam-Zalcman R, Smart RG, Rush BR, Suurvali H. Alcohol consumption, Alcoholics Anonymous membership and suicide mortality rates, Ontario 1968-1991. Journal of Studies on Alcohol. 2006;67, 445-453.

Mann RE, Rootman DB, Shuggi R, Adlaf E. Assessing consequences of alcohol and drug abuse in a drinking driving population. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy. 2006;13, 313-326.

Smart RG, Mann RE, Goldbloom D. Road rage: Are our patients driving angry? Psychiatric Times. 2005;22, 25-31.

Rootman D, Mann RE, Chalin C, Ferris L, Adlaf E, Shuggi R. Program completion in a remedial program for convicted drinking drivers. Journal of Studies on Alcohol. 2005;66, 423-427.

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