Dr. Meghan Sebastianski (BSc, MPH, PhD) is the Program Coordinator for Knowledge Synthesis with the Alberta Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) SUPPORT Unit Knowledge Translation platform. Her research interests focus on bridging the gap between individual research studies and health practice. Dr. Sebastianski undertook her doctoral studies at the University of Alberta focusing on clinical epidemiology and research methodology with the Epidemiology Coordinating and Research Centre (EPICORE). In addition to her research experience she has also been involved in the use of knowledge synthesis in evidence-based decision making through her tenure as Project Manager in Health Technology Assessment and Innovation with Alberta Health Services (AHS). She has a growing interest in pedagogy relating to evidence-based medicine and has taught workshops on knowledge synthesis and systematic reviews at the Alberta SPOR Summer Institute, the SPOR Moving Evidence to Action (META) workshop series, the Campus Alberta Student Conference on Health (CASCH). She has also taught Cochrane Standard Author Training modules and is a member of the Cochrane Training Network.