Dr. Patricia Gregory is a registered nurse and an instructor in the Nursing Department at Red River College and an assistant professor in the College of Nursing, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba. Patricia completed her PhD in Applied Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba in 2014. She also holds a Master of Nursing Degree in Community Health from the University of Manitoba. Her research interests are in the areas of maternal child and Indigenous health. Patricia’s doctoral research examined the predictors associated with satisfaction with prenatal care. Building on this work, she examined the factors associated with inadequate prenatal care in northern Manitoba, a study funded by DEVOTION (Developmental Origins of Chronic Disease in Children Network) Research Cluster, Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba. Her current research funded by CIHR, is focused on facilitating transitions across the pregnancy continuum of care through a health systems intervention for Indigenous women living in northern Manitoba. Through this research, she is developing linkages among women, knowledge-users, policy makers and researchers. Patricia is also a co-investigator on a CIHR funded study connecting Indigenous and Western ‘ways of knowing’ to inform future policy partnerships to optimize maternal child health service delivery in remote Canadian regions. She is a research affiliate and member of the Advisory Board for the Manitoba Centre for Nursing and Health Research.