Monica ParryMEd, MSc, NP-Adult, PhD, FAAN
“The overall aim of my program of research is directly aligned with the Lancet women and cardiovascular disease commission’s recommendation to reduce the global burden of cardiovascular disease in women by 2030; this includes a focus on four of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (2015-2030): #5-Gender Equality, #10-Reduced Inequalities, #3-Good Health and Well-Being, and #17-Partnerships for the Goals.”
I am an active supervisor in the international visiting PhD program at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing and have assisted students to publish on a broad range of areas including pain management and risk for ischemic heart disease across various racial and ethnic populations. I am an investigator with the Toronto Health Economics and Technology Assessment (THETA) Collaborative, a multidisciplinary research collaboration based at U of T. I am also an investigator at the Banting & Best Diabetes Centre and an active member of the Global Cardiovascular Nursing Leadership Forum of the Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association, aimed to reduce the global epidemic of cardiovascular disease. I actively participate on the Women’s Health Expert Panel and the Cardio-Metabolic Women’s Healthcare Working Group of the American Academy of Nursing, am a member of the Canadian Women’s Heart Health Alliance, Canadian Post Pregnancy Clinical Network, Canadian Organization for Gender and Sex Research, and the Gender Outcomes INternational Group: to Further Well-being Development (GOING-FWD).
- Academic Credentials
- 2009 – Postdoctoral Fellowship, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario/FUTURE Program for Cardiovascular Nurse Scientists, McMaster University, Hamilton 2008 – PhD, University of Toronto 2001 – MSc (Nursing), Queen’s University, Kingston 1994 – MEd, Queen’s University, Kingston 1983 – BNSc, Queen’s University, Kingston
- Dr. Parry’s PubMed links are available here.