GLOBAL HEALTH & SOCIAL MEDICINE
Dr. Dagi is a member of the HMS Division of Medical Ethics. His research topics include surgical informed consent; ethics of international disaster assistance; the set and the statistic; management of ethical conflicts in health care reform; managing industry relations in medical institutions; patient safety vs. medical innovation: the problem of introducing new technologies in the operating theatre; and teaching innovation and invention in the medical setting.
Dr. Dagi is distinguished scholar and professor at Queen’s University School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences, in Belfast, Ireland. He also was senior lecturer for eight years in the Division of Health Sciences and Technology at MIT, where he contributed extensively to teaching courses and supervising master’s theses. He has been teaching in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine since 2011. Dr. Dagi formerly practiced as a neurosurgeon before visual problems forced him to retire from clinical work. At Queens University he chaired the International Advisory Panel charged with advising the dean and vice chancellor with reformulating the medical school as the Peace Process in Northern Ireland took hold. The school underwent a successful review and increased its size and funding. In addition to his clinical experience and expertise in medical education, Dr. Dagi has been very active with a number of biomedical venture capital companies. He is an expert on optimization of management, organization, and funding of technological and service innovations in global health. He has published numerous papers in medical ethics and served on several ethics committees over the years. In the Division of Medical Ethics, Dr. Dagi mentors HMS students in global health, medical ethics, and professionalism; teaches the HMS I required course, Medical Ethics and Professionalism; and assists with development of other educational programs in medical ethics.
Neurosurgery, August 1, 2016
Neurosurgery, July 1, 2016
AORN journal, October 1, 2014
The virtual mentor : VM, November 1, 2013
Neurosurgery, October 1, 2013
Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons, October 1, 2013
Neurosurgery, July 1, 2013
Current atherosclerosis reports, May 1, 2013
Neurosurgery, September 1, 2012