Faculty Member

Margaret (Peggy) Millson M.D., M.H.Sc., FRCPC

Email Address(es)
p.millson@utoronto.ca
Office Phone
(416) 978-7514
Office Address
HIV Social, Behavioural and Epidemiological Studies Unit Room 582, 155 College St. Toronto, Ontario M5T
Division(s)/Office
Clinical Public Health Division
Epidemiology Division
Position
Professor Emerita
SGS Status
Member Emerita
Appointment Status
Emeritus

Research Interests

  • injection drug use & HIV prevention, harm reduction
  • social, behavioural and epidemiological aspects of HIV infection, especially among women and injection drug users
  • care, treatment and support for HIV positive persons
  • epidemiology and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
  • epidemiology and prevention of hepatitis C

Other Affiliations

Primary instructor Course #3, Programs and Practice, Harm Reduction Certificate on-line course at York University Division of Continuing Education

Honours & Awards

Current Research Projects

Representative Publications

  • Millson ME, Myers T, Rankin J, et al. Prevalence of Human Immunodeficiency Virus and associated risk behaviour in injection drug users in Toronto. Can J Public Health 1995; 86:3:176-180.
  • Millson M, Rachlis A. Provision of Tuberculosis Screening and Management in HIV Specialty Care in Ontario. Can J Infectious Diseases (Suppl) May 1998.
  • Millson P, Myers T, Calzavara L, Wallace E, Major C, Degani N. Regional Variation in HIV Prevalence and Risk Behaviours in Ontario Injection Drug Users (IDU). Canadian Journal of Public Health, Nov-Dec. 2003; 94(6): 431-5.
  • Millson P, Challacombe L, Villeneuve P, Strike C, Myers T, Fischer B, Shore R, Hopkins S, Pearson M. Self-perceived health among Canadian opiate users: A comparison to the general population and to other chronic disease populations. Canadian Journal of Public Health, Mar-Apr. 2004; 95(2): 99-103.
  • Millson M, Myers T, Calzavara L, Major C, Fearon M, Wallace E, Rea E, Degani N, Chapman C. HIV Risk in Ontario IDU Recruited Through Needle Exchanges. Can J Infectious Diseases (Suppl) May 1998.