Karim Mukhida, MD, PhD, FRCPC, MBA
Phone: 902 473 4130
- Medical humanities
- history of anesthesia
- history of the clinical neurosciences
- art in medicine
- chronic pain management
- stem cell biology
- cell restoration strategies
- Clinical fellowship, Chronic Pain Management (QEII Health Sciences Centre and Dalhousie Department of Anesthesia, Pain Management & Perioperative Medicine)
- Clinical fellowship, Chronic Pain (University of Toronto, Wasser Pain Management Centre and Toronto Western Hospital, Department of Anesthesia)
- Research fellowship (Harvard University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences)
- Residency, neurosurgery (University of Toronto and Dalhousie University)
- Residency, anesthesia (University of Toronto and Dalhousie University)
- MBA (Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University)
- PhD (Dalhousie University)
- MD, Dalhousie University
- BSc, biology & history (Dalhousie University)
- BSc, medicine (Dalhousie University)
- K. Mukhida, S. Sedighi, C. Hart (2022). Popcorn in the pain clinic: a content analysis of the depiction of patients with chronic pain and their management in motion pictures. Canadian Journal of Pain 6: 195-210.
- N. Atkins and K. Mukhida (2022). The relationship between patients’ income and education and their access to pharmacological chronic pain management: a scoping review. Canadian Journal of Pain 6: 142-170.
- L. Wiseman, I. Mahu, K. Mukhida (2022). The Effect of Preoperative Cannabis Use on Postoperative Pain following Gynecologic Oncology Surgery. Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology Canada 44: 750-756.
- R. Bannerjee and K. Mukhida (co-editors) (2021). From Bandaids to Scalpels: Motherhood experiences in / of medicine. Demeter Press.
- K. Mukhida, J. Stewart, R. Mehrpooya, and J. Fraser (2020). Virtual care for patients with chronic pain and addictions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Canadian Journal of Pain 4: 179-180.
Selected awards and honours:
- Izaak Walton Killam Post-Graduate Scholarship, Dalhousie University Post-Graduate Medical Education Office (2014)
- Angel in Action, QE II Foundation, QEII Health Sciences Centre (2011)
- K.G. McKenzie Memorial Prize for Basic Neurosciences Research, Canadian Neurosurgical Society (2007)
- William H. Sweet Young Investigator Award, American Association of Neurological Surgeons / Congress of Neurological Surgeons Section on Pain (2006)