Nancy Carnide, PhD
Associate Scientist, Institute for Work & Health, Toronto, Canada
Dr. Nancy Carnide has a PhD in Epidemiology from the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. She is a previous recipient of a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship and a CIHR Strategic Training Fellowship in Work Disability Prevention. Dr. Carnide's research interests lie at the intersection between occupational health and safety and substance use, as well as the mental health of working populations. Her emerging program of research includes examining the use and non-medical use of prescription and recreational drugs among workers, their risk factors, and the workplace consequences of their use. Dr. Carnide's most recent research focuses on the impact of cannabis legalization on the Canadian working population. She is co-leading two studies related to workplace cannabis use and related perceptions and knowledge among Canadian workers, as well as cannabis involvement in workplace fatalities in Ontario.