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Peter Selby, MBBS, CCFP, Professor of Psychiatry, Family and Community Medicine,

University of Toronto

Peter  Selby  MBBS, CCFP
Chief, Addictions Program
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Professor, Departments of Family and Community Medicine,
Psychiatry and Dalla Lana School of Public Health Sciences
University of Toronto


Dr. Peter Selby is the Chief of Addictions and Clinician-Scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). He is a Professor in the Departments of Family and Community Medicine, Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health  at the University of Toronto. He is the executive director and creator of the TEACH project  - a continuing education certificate program in Applied Counseling for Health with a focus on smoking cessation, through the University of Toronto.

Dr. Selby's research, as a Principal Investigator at the Ontario Tobacco Research Unit, includes smoking cessation especially in smokers with co morbid conditions, and web-based interventions, and as a Principal Investigator of the STOP study, investigations include the effectiveness of NRT and medications in different types of intervention settings. He helped start the program for pregnant substance using women at St. Joseph's Health Centre providing both addiction medicine and obstetric care. He continues his clinical research with pregnant women who use substances and is the PI of a knowledge translation program (PREGNETS) to increase the adoption of evidence-based interventions with pregnant smokers.



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