Dr. Máire Durnin-Goodman
Professor of Anthropology & Sociology
Dr. Máire Durnin-Goodman has extensive experience managing addiction disorders, particularly in the occupational rehabilitation of patients on high dose opioids.
She is a Medical Review Officer (MRO) providing monitoring services for individuals in recovery from addiction disorders.
She is able to apply her diverse skill set and experience in addiction medicine and rehabilitation from opioid abuse when conducting Independent Medical Evaluations (IMEs). She is certified to prescribe Methadone for both opioid addiction and the management of pain disorders.
Her experience includes private addiction practice in Surrey, B.C. [2007 to present]; staff physician Orchard Recovery Centre, Bowen Island, B.C. ; Consultant physician BC Provincial Corrections Service [2014-2016]; University of British Columbia Clinical Instructor – Department of Family Practice [2012 – present]; Medical Advisor, WorkSafe BC Special Care Services Medical Review Team [2012-2013]; Primary Care Physician, Pender clinic, Vancouver Coastal Health [2008-2012]; Staff physician, St. Paul’s Hospital eating disorders inpatient unit and outpatient clinic, Vancouver, BC. [2005-2008]; Staff physician, St. Paul’s Hospital HIV inpatient unit, Vancouver, BC. [2003-2005].