Invenire Authors

Caroline Andrew

Michael Behiels

James Bowen

Tom Brzustowski

Pierre Camu

Rupak Chattopadhyay

Richard Clément

Pierre Foucher

Marc Gervais

David L.A. Gordon

Robin Higham

Ruth Hubbard

François Lapointe

Gilles Paquet

Tim Ragan

Claude M. Rocan

François Rocher

Christopher Wilson

Claude M. Rocan


Challenges in Public Health Governance: The Canadian Experience (2012)

Building Bridges:Case Studies in Collaborative Governance in Canada



Claude M. Rocan was born in St. Boniface, Manitoba, and earned a PhD in political science from York University. He held policy/advisory positions within the Government of Saskatchewan and the Government of Canada at the senior professional and executive levels. As Director General of the Centre for Health Promotion at the Public Health Agency of Canada, he had the opportunity to experience directly the complexities and challenges of governance in the public health sector. He was recently a Visiting Fellow with the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Ottawa. He lives in Manotick, Ontario and is an independent public policy consultant, specializing in network governance.