Daniel Tobin, MD, FACP, BS

Associate Professor Term; Medical Director

Research Departments & Organizations

Internal Medicine: General Internal Medicine

Research Interests

Chronic Pain; Education, Medical; Internal Medicine; Primary Health Care; Quality Improvement; Substance-Related Disorders

Research Summary

Dr. Tobin's research and academic efforts focus on chronic pain management, opioid safety, prescription drug abuse, quality improvement, medical education, and primary care.

Extensive Research Description

Dr. Tobin's research and academic efforts focus on chronic pain management, opioid safety, prescription drug abuse, quality improvement, medical education, and primary care. He serves as a reviewer for multiple prominent medical journals and his CV lists over 100 publications (including peer-reviewed educational materials, editorials, commentaries, case reports, letters, etc.). Dr. Tobin lectures nationally on a variety of topics with a focus on the safe use of opioids in the management of chronic pain.

Activities

  • Symposium on Advanced Wound Care Las Vegas, United States (2016)

    Safe Opioid Prescribing presentation

  • Safe and Competent Opioid Education (SCOPE) Course Madison, United States (2016)

  • Safe and Competent Opioid Prescribing Education (SCOPE) Course Indianapolis, United States (2016)

  • Symposium on Advanced Wound Care Atlanta, United States (2016)

    Pain Management: Perils and Pearls presentation

  • Prescribing Opioids in Primary Care: Practical Strategies to Overcome Common Challenges. San Diego, United States (2014 - 2014)

  • Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain: A Primary Care "Toolbox" for Employing Rational Analgesia, Managing Risk, and Enhancing Communication. Orlando, United States (2014 - 2014)

Selected Publications

See list of PubMed publications

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