Elise Paradis, PhD holds a Canada Research Chair in Collaborative Healthcare Practice at the University of Toronto, with appointments at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, in the Department of Anesthesia (Faculty of Medicine), and at the Wilson Centre For Health Professions Education Research. Her CIHR- and SSHRC-funded research focuses on the rise of collaboration as a solution in healthcare, on collaborative care practices in tertiary settings, and on education for collaboration. She is an Associate Editor with Perspectives on Medical Education, and has published in many journals, including Medical Education, Advances in Health Sciences Education, Perspectives, Critical Care Medicine, Social Science & Medicine, and Body & Society.
Dr. Paradis obtained her PhD in Sociology of Education from Stanford University in 2011, and has been studying healthcare since. She a former Currie Postdoctoral Fellow, SSHRC Doctoral Scholar, and TD Canada Trust Scholar for Outstanding Community Leadership.