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Sherry Grace

  • PhD.
  • Full Professor
  • York University
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Research interests

cardiovascular diseasecardiac rehabilitation

About

Sherry L. Grace, PhD holds her primary appointment as Full Professor in the Faculty of Health at York University. She is also Director of Research at the Cardiovascular Rehabilitation & Prevention Program – GoodLife Fitness Unit of the University Health Network. Her research interests center on global cardiovascular rehabilitation delivery and cardiac psychology, specifically access to secondary prevention for chronic disease. She was recognized with a Canadian Association of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation Leadership award for Knowledge Translation. Prof. Grace led the development of the pan-Canadian quality indicators for cardiac rehabilitation and secondary prevention, and a national policy position on systematic inpatient referral. She has also been instrumental in the development of the International Council on Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, serving on the Executive Board.

Co-authors (416)

Publications (5)

  • Cardiovascular disease in the Eastern Mediterranean region: Epidemiology and risk factor burden

    • Turk-Adawi K
    • Sarrafzadegan N
    • Fadhil I
    • et al.
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  • Health Care Use and Associated Time and Out of Pocket Expenditures for Patients With Cardiovascular Disease in a Publicly Funded Health Care System

    • Ali S
    • Moghei M
    • Krahn M
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
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  • Interventions Supporting Long-term Adherence aNd Decreasing cardiovascular events (ISLAND): Pragmatic randomized trial protocol

    • Ivers N
    • Schwalm J
    • Witteman H
    • et al.
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  • The Paucity of Data Addressing the Effects of Cardiac Rehabilitation on Mortality and Morbidity in Women

    • Ghisi G
    • Chaves G
    • Bennett A
    • et al.
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  • What do We Know about Women Versus Men Who Attend Heart Wise Exercise Sessions?

    • Reed J
    • Harris J
    • Cotie L
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Full Professor

York University

January 2014 - Present

Education history

Applied Social Psychology

University of Windsor

September 1997 - August 2001(4 years)

Experimental Psychology

Lakehead University

September 1995 - August 1997(2 years)

Honours Psychology

University of Waterloo

September 1991 - August 1995(4 years)