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Tufts Public Health

Daniel Carr

Professor Emeritus of Public Health and Community Medicine
​Program Director and Founder, MS in Pain, Research Education & Policy Program
Department: Public Health & Community Medicine
Programs: Pain Research Education and Policy, Public Health

Daniel Carr

Professor Emeritus of Public Health and Community Medicine
​Program Director and Founder, MS in Pain, Research Education & Policy Program
Department: Public Health & Community Medicine
Programs: Pain Research Education and Policy, Public Health

Phone 617-636-3895
Campus: Boston

Education

  • MD, Columbia University
  • MA, Columbia University

Research synopsis

Development of novel analgesic medications
Assessment of pain-related outcomes and evidence
Pain education

Publications

Carr DB. Endogenous opioids’ primary role: harmonizing individual, kin/cohort, and societal behaviors. Pain Medicine 2017; 18: 201-203. 

Carr DB, Arendt-Nielsen L, and Vickers K (eds). Pain After Surgery. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer/ IASP Press, 2018

Carr DB, Bradshaw YS. Pain and pain management as public health issues. Public Health Rounds [Tufts Public Health Newsletter]. Spring 2016 issue.

Carr DB, Cohen RI. “Are perioperative opioids obsolete?” Proceedings of an IASP Acute Pain Special Interest Group Satellite Symposium September 25, 2016 Yokohama, Japan. PAIN Reports 2017; 2: e604. DOI doi: 10.1097/PR9.0000000000000604 .

Carr DB, Gandhi P. Pain in HIV/AIDS. In: Warfield CA, Bajwa ZH, Wootton RJ (eds). Principles and Practice of Pain Medicine, 3rd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill; 522-530.

Fishman SM, Young HM, Arwood EL, Chou R, Herr K, Murinson BB; Watt-Watson J, Carr DB, Gordon DB, Stevens BJ, Bakerjian D, Ballantyne JC, Courtenay M, Djukic M, Koebner IJ, Mongoven JM, Paice JA, Prasad R, Singh N, Sluka KA, St. Marie B, Strassels SA. Core competencies for pain management: results of an interprofessional consensus summit. Pain Medicine 2013; 14: 1113–1276