Dr. Susan Bartlett is Associate Professor of Medicine at McGill University (Divisions of Clinical Epidemiology, Rheumatology, and Respirology) and Adjunct Associate Professor in the Johns Hopkins (Divisions of Rheumatology and Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine). She is an internationally recognized expert in the self-management of chronic diseases, patient-centered outcome measurement and methods, and adherence to treatments. She received her Master's from McGill University, a PhD in Clinical Psychology from Syracuse University and completed post-doctoral training at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where she served on the faculty from 1998-2008 when she relocated to McGill. Dr. Bartlett has served as PI or Co-I on many NIH, CIHR, the Arthritis Society, the Arthritis Foundation and others. She is co-founder of Canada-PRO, chair of the Patient Centered Outcomes Working Group for the Behavioral Sciences Assembly of the American Thoracic Society, chair of the Standards and Methods Committee of the International Society of Quality of Life (ISOQOL) and a steering committee member for NIH PROMIS International, the OMERACT RA Flare Group, and SPIN (Scleroderma Patient-centered Intervention Network).