Tom McIntosh

Interim Associate Dean of Arts (Research and Graduate), Professor
PhD (Queen's University); MA (Queen's University); BA Hons (University of Alberta)

Office: CL 257.1
Phone: (306) 585-4400
Pronoun(s): He/Him

Research interests

  • Canadian politics and public policy
  • Health policy
  • Federalism
  • Population health interventions
  • Canadian political economy

Tom McIntosh is a Professor of Politics and International Studies and Co-Director of the Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit (SPHERU) at the University of Regina. His research focuses on Canadian politics and policy and, more specifically on health care, population health and Canadian intergovernmental relations.

He has worked for governments at the local, provincial and national level (including as the Research Coordinator for the Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada) and as the Director of the Health Network for the Canadian Policy Research Networks (CPRN). He joined the University of Regina in 2002.

He is the author/editor of nine books, including "The Governance of Health Care in Canada" and "Redistributing Health". He has published articles in Critical Public Health, The Canadian Political Science Review, Healthcare Papers, Health Reform Observatory, The Canadian Journal of Public Health and The Lancet.

He teaches in the area of Canadian politics, health politics, political economy, Canadian public policy and global health.