Craig Stephen, DVM PhD, is the President of the McEachran Institute and a Clinical Professor at the Ross School of Veterinary Medicine as well as at SPPH.

Craig’s research focus has been on the interface of the health of people, animal, and our shared environment and how we can both co-manage this interface for intergenerational and interspecies health equity. He adapts and applies population health methods across species to encourage the reciprocal care of our health and the health of the world around us. Recent work has focused on the adaptation of harm reduction and health promotion to animal and environmental health as well as in the creation of human capacity for leading change in the areas of One Health and Climate Change and Health.

Craig currently is a One Health and EcoHealth practitioner consulting nationally and internationally (see craigstephenconsulting.com). He serves as the president of a new think tank dedicated to increasing the social contribution of animal health professionals and making a ‘future-ready’ animal health cohort able to contribute to global health threats shared by people, animals, and ecosystems (see mceachraninstitute.ca).

Personal website ~ craigstephenconsulting.com

phone: 2503274668
1859 Delanice Way
Nanoose Bay, BC V9P 9B3
Craig contributes One Health and EcoHealth expertise as a member of SPPH and other UBC graduate student committees as well as contributing to special topics seminars for residents and in professional continuing education.