Associate Professor, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing-University of Toronto
Visiting Associate Professor, Central South University, China
Nurse Practitioner, Cardiac Program, KHSC
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Co-Investigator: Knowledge Translation
Dr. Monica Parry is a Nurse Practitioner (Adult) with over 35 years of cardiovascular (CV) clinical experience. Her clinical expertise has laid the foundation for a program of research to reduce the burden of CV disease and its complications. Dr. Parry is a member of the Banting & Best Diabetes Centre and is Core Faculty and a Collaborating Investigator with the Collaborative Program in Resuscitation Science, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto. She is interested in sex and gender issues and is currently leading a research team to develop and test at heart: A WebApp for Women with Heart Disease. Dr. Parry has received advanced training from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) to engage patients as partners in health research and is currently funded (CIHR) with Clinical Trials Ontario (CTO) to develop a toolkit/decision resource for patients and investigators wishing to engage in Patient-Oriented Research (POR). She is a co-investigator in GOING-FWD (https://www.mcgill.ca/going-fwd4gender/), an international consortium aimed to integrate and evaluate sex and gender dimensions in applied health research in noncommunicable diseases (e.g., diabetes, CVD) and a member of the Knowledge Translation and Mobilization Working Group of the Canadian Women’s Heart Health Alliance.
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