Dr. Daniel Buchman is a Bioethicist and Independent Scientist in the Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute at CAMH. He is also an Assistant Professor in the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, a member of the University of Toronto Joint Centre for Bioethics, and an Affiliate Scientist in the Krembil Research Institute at the University Health Network.
Areas of Research
Dr. Buchman’s program of research explores ethical issues at the intersection of clinical practice and public health. His primary areas of research interest include ethical issues related to mental health, substance use, and chronic pain. Themes related to stigma, identity, moral responsibility, and compassion feature prominently in his work, and he has a longstanding teaching interest in empirical approaches to bioethics. Some of Dr. Buchman’s current research interests are in the areas of ethics of machine learning and big data in mental health, neuroethics, and psychedelic-assisted mental health care. His research draws upon a transdisciplinary toolkit of conceptual and empirical research methods including conceptual bioethics, theory-driven qualitative interviews and focus groups, surveys, and knowledge syntheses.
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