Monica Parry is a Nurse Practitioner and an Associate Professor at the Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing at the University of Toronto. Dr. Parry led the Nurse Practitioner programs at the University Toronto for ten years - spearheading modifications to the curriculum in relationship to regulatory/policy changes that affected nurse practitioner scope of practice. During this time, she had tremendous impact locally, nationally, and internationally through curriculum and core nurse practitioner competency changes. Dr. Parry has garnered competitive national funding to support her program of research focused on reducing the burden of cardiovascular disease and its complications. She currently holds over $38 million in research funding. Dr. Parry was recently awarded a fellowship to promote the integration of digital health/artificial intelligence and compassionate care through Chatbot technologies to women with heart disease. This compassionate care in a technological, world strategic priority fellowship aims to build capacity in healthcare research and improve the delivery of healthcare services to women with heart disease.
Dr. Parry obtained a Master of Education with a specialization in curriculum design from Queen’s University, a Post-Master’s Nurse Practitioner Diploma from the University of Toronto, a Master of Science (Nursing) from Queen’s University, a PhD (Nursing) from the University of Toronto and completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at McMaster University.
University of Toronto