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Amy Gerlock




Amy Gerlock has more than 25 years experience working in the private, post-secondary and public sector and manages her own consulting practice. She has more than a decade of federal-provincial relations in the areas of federal-provincial fiscal arrangements, health care, social services, labour market agreements, constitutional discussions and international relations. In recent years, she has been a team member of a number of evaluations of primary health care projects funded by the federal and provincial governments.

Amy has also worked on projects at the international level including review and evaluation of CIDA-funded projects in the post-secondary education field, as well as capacity building and strategic planning with non-governmental organizations in South America and Eastern Europe. She also chairs federal administrative tribunals related to employment insurance appeals.

She is co-author of the Health Policy in Canada course for the Health Administration Program and currently tutors this course, as well as Organization of the Canadian Health Care System.

Updated September 19 2014 by Student & Academic Services

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