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Dr. Tracey Parnell​
Director of Communications & Development, International Institute of Restorative Reproductive Medicine

Dr. Tracey Parnell is a Canadian physician and researcher who is passionate about developing and promoting the field of Restorative Reproductive Medicine as a unique medical discipline that empowers patients and providers. Her reproductive medical training includes being a certified FertilityCare medical consultant and using the Billings, Symptothermal, Neo and FEMM methods for treating patients with gynecologic health issues. In 2005, she completed a program in Reproductive Health Research at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva. She was recently awarded a Masters in Reproductive Medicine with Excellence from the University of New South Wales in Australia.

She is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of British Columbia and the Director of Communications and Development for the International Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine, an organization uniting providers who share a common belief that patients deserve scientifically-based and well researched reproductive health care services that supports, restores or optimizes natural reproductive function.

She has been involved in ground-breaking RRM Research including RRM outcomes post IVF failure [1] and the review of outcomes of RRM treatment for infertility patients in an Irish clinic.[2] She was also invited to write a chapter in the NaproTechnology textbook on treating the reproductively mature woman. [3] Her current research work includes PCOS related clinical work as well as data from iNEST (International Naprot\Technology Evaluation and Surveillance of Treatment), and a validation charting study, looking at sensitivity, specificity and positive and negative predictive value of cycle charting in identifying subfertility amongst others.

[1]Boyle PC, de Groot T, Andralojc KM, Parnell TA. 2018. Healthy Singleton Pregnancies From Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM) After Failed IVF. Frontiers in Medicine. 2018 Jul 31;5:210. doi: 10.3389/fmed.2018.00210.

[2]Stanford JB1, Parnell TA, Boyle PC. 2008. Outcomes from treatment of infertility with natural procreative technology in an Irish general practice. J Am Board Fam Med. Sep-Oct;21(5):375-84. doi: 10.3122/jabfm.2008.05.070239.

[3] Parnell, T.A. 2004. Fertility, Conception and Childbirth in Women of Mature Reproductive Age in Hilgers, T.W. The Medical and Surgical Practice of NaProTechnology. Pope Paul VI Institute Press, Omaha, USA.