Neale Smith

Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health


School of Public Health

Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health
(60) 487-5411



My current research interests include:

  • healthcare policy and politics
  • public administration and public policy processes and theory
  • priority setting and resource allocation
  • health promotion, community development and community capacity building
  • urban planning, urban sustainability, and links to health promotion and public health
  • qualitative research and evaluation methodologies
  • public participation and public engagement
  • knowledge translation and exchange
  • qualitative research synthesis and systematic review methods

I have more than 15 years experience in research and evaluation in both practice and academic settings issues. In addition, I have worked on many projects in partnership with both community groups and health system managers.


MEDes, University of Calgary, 1997

MA, University of Western Ontario, 1992

BA, University of Alberta, 1988