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Jane Fulton, Canadian health science institution administrator. Certified secondary education, British Columbia, 1979.


Fulton, Jane was born on July 12, 1947 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Came to the United States, 1998. Daughter of James Blair Fulton and Margaret Anna Massie.


Bachelor of Home Economics with honors, University British Columbia, 1969. Master of Science in Health Services Planning, University British Columbia, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy, University British Columbia, 1986.


Principal The Health Group, Ottawa, 1978—1996, president, 1996-1998. Assistant/associate professor faculty of administration University Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1986-1995. Deputy minister of health Alberta, 1995-1996.

Professor, director Master of Science program in health services administration School Natur Barry University, Miami, Florida, 1998-1999. Executive director Cleveland Health Institute, 1999—2001. Dean College of Health Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania, since 2001.

Member faculty Banff School Advanced Management. Member committee on health law Canada Bar Association. Member Emergency Medical Services Review Commission of Ontario.

Member dean's committee on strategic plannng for faculties of medicne and health science University Ottawa. Member lithotripsy proposal review committee Ministry of Health of Ontario. Member committee on grants program Medical Research Council of Canada.

Member economics committee, genetics program Science Council of Canada. Lecturer, presenter in field.


Board directors, member international council Enterprise International, Fairfax, Virginia, since 1998. Board directors Elizabeth Bruyere Health Center, Ottawa, 1988-1992. Former board directors, former member executive committee National Institute for Disability Management and Research, 1996-1998.

Member American College Healthcare Executives (associate), Canada Association Radiologists (honorary, life).


Children: Jean, Amy, Sarah, Lila.