Dr. Monika Krzyzanowska MD MPH FRCSC
Dr. Monika Krzyzanowska is a medical oncologist and health services researcher. She obtained her medical degree the University of Toronto and her Master of Public Health in quantitative methods from Harvard University. Dr. Krzyzanowska serves as the Director of the CQuaL lab, an Academic Physician at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, a Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto, and the Clinical Lead, Quality Care and Access, Systemic Treatment Program at Cancer Care Ontario. Dr. Krzyzanowska‘s research seeks to understand and improve the quality of cancer care in routine settings.
- Howell D, Powis M, Kirkby R, Amernic H, Moody L, Bryant-Lukosius D, O’Brien MA, Rask S, Krzyzanowska MK. Improving the quality of self-management support in ambulatory cancer care: a mixed-method study of organisational and clinician readiness, barriers and enablers for tailoring of implementation strategies to multisites. BMJ Qual Saf. 2021 Mar 16;bmjqs-2020-012051.
- Berlin A, Lovas M, Truong T, Melwani S, Liu J, Liu ZA, Badzynski A, Carpenter MB, Virtanen C, Morley L, Bhattacharyya O, Escaf M, Moody L, Goldfarb A, Brzozowski L, Cafazzo J, Chua MLK, Stewart AK, Krzyzanowska MK. Implementation and Outcomes of Virtual Care Across a Tertiary Cancer Center During COVID-19. JAMA Oncol. 2021 Jan 7:e206982.
- Enright KA, Taback N, Powis ML, Gonzalez A, Yun L, Sutradhar R, Trudeau ME, Booth CM, Krzyzanowska MK. Setting Quality Improvement Priorities for Women Receiving Systemic Therapy for Early-Stage Breast Cancer by Using Population-Level Administrative Data. J Clin Oncol. 2017 Oct 1;35(28):3207-3214.