Tracy Farmer
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Tracy Farmer

Principal, BSc, MA, MSc, PhD

Contact Tracy:

(416) 945-9916

Dr. Tracy Farmer is a Principal at DPRA. Tracy is a practicing Medical Anthropologist, and is highly active in DPRA’s Applied Health and Social Research stream. Tracy earned a Ph.D focusing on women’s health from McMaster University and completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship with the Canadian Heart Health Dissemination Project.


Tracy is a member of the Canadian Evaluation Society. She is active in the company’s Program Evaluation practice, having worked on a number of program evaluations focused on capacity building, devolution, employment planning, Aboriginal healing, mental health and addiction, food security, medical travel, income assistance, midwifery, alcohol and drug monitoring, health promotion/disease prevention and much more. Tracy often works on projects with a Northern Canada or Indigenous focus.


Prior to joining DPRA, Tracy had a successful career as an independent consultant. She worked on various projects conducted with the intent of influencing organizational and/or governmental policies relating to specific health topics. Tracy has participated in several applied, interdisciplinary and collaborative health projects focused on Aboriginal health, chronic and infectious disease, women’s health and community health. She has extensive experience working alongside and consulting with academics, key stakeholders and community members.