Christelle Moneypenny Profile
Crystal Rebecca Moneypenny, Hon BA, MSc (Candidate)
Qualitative Clinical Research Assistant
Christelle Moneypenny earned her Bachelor of Art Honours at Trent University in Sociology and International Development Studies. Through her post-secondary education, Miss Moneypenny has specialized in social determinants of health, critical analysis and qualitative research. She is now currently a Masters student at the University of Toronto in the faculty of Pharmacy.
Through Miss Moneypenny’s graduate work, her research has focused on access to medication and health services in Latin America, the social determinants of health of First Nations communities in Canada and qualitative narratives of Internationally Trained Health Professionals in Ontario.
Miss Moneypenny was recently the qualitative research assistant for a multi-level evaluation study: Program Evaluation of Telehomecare for Patients with Heart Failure or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: TeLeCare (TLC) Study. Funded by the Ontario Ministry of Long Term Health through BRIDGES, this study will take a multi-level approach to exploring the opinions and experience of patients, providers, technicians and administrators involved in telehomecare across the North East, Toronto Central and Central West (LHINs). Miss Moneypenny’s role in the study is to gather and analyze data about the facilitators and barriers impacting the program’s adoption, experiences of participants and impact on patients through the use of qualitative semi-structured interviews and ethnographic observations.