Dr. Daniel Warshafsky

Daniel Warshafsky


  

Daniel Warshafsky is a fifth-year resident in the Queen’s PHPM program. He attended the University of Western Ontario in London for 8 years where he received his Honours Bachelor of Science and MD. He completed his Masters of Public Health at Columbia University in New York. He recently completed a fellowship in Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Toronto. His hobbies include reading, golf, tennis, swimming, squash and sarcastic humour. He is excited to become a first time dad in September of 2016!


Selected publications and presentations:


Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion (Public Health Ontario), Warshafsky D, Mistry C, Gao G. Evidence Brief: Policy Interventions to Reduce Consumption of Sugar Sweetened Beverages in Children and Youth. Toronto, ON: Queen's Printer for Ontario; 2016.

Dolganova E, Blowers S, Brar H, Kusek A, Warshafsky D, Wilson J, MacPherson D. Urine toxicology screens for patients on narcotics: a survey of prescribers in a family health team. Family Medicine Forum. 2014. Poster Presentation.


Ellman TM, Sexton ME, Warshafsky D, Sobieszcyk ME, Morrison EAB. A Forgotten Population:  Older Adults with Newly Diagnosed HIV. AIDS Patient Care and STDs 2014;28:530-6.

Warshafsky D, Goldenberg D, Kanekar S. Anatomy of Deep Neck Spaces. Radiologic Clinics of North America.  2012 Dec;45(6):1203-21.

Warshafsky D, Goldenberg D, Adil E. Metastatic Basal Cell Carcinoma: A Case Report and Review of the Literature. 8 th International Conference on Head & Neck Cancer. 2012 July 21. Poster Presentation.