Dr. Janet Martin is Director of the Centre for Medical Evidence, Decision Integrity & Clinical Impact (MEDICI), and Assistant Professor in the Departments of Anesthesia & Perioperative Medicine and Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University. In this role, Dr. Martin oversees knowledge synthesis for real-world decision-making related to medical devices, surgical procedures, drugs, and other technologies in the hospital or regional setting, both locally and internationally in developed and developing countries with a special focus on surgery, anesthesia, critical care and emergency services. She is the co-director for the World Health Organization Collaborating Centre on Perioperative Surgical Care and has led work on evidence-informed guidelines related to the surgical and anesthetic care of Ebola patients. She developed the Know4Go Framework to improve decisions by incorporating evidence, ethics, and economics in the fast-paced, resource-restricted, technology-intense hospital setting. Dr. Martin teaches Clinical Epidemiology, HTA, Know4Go, and Decision-Making at universities in Canada, Europe and Asia. She recently won the Teaching Excellence Award for her Clinical Epidemiology course at Western University. She is a member of the Committee to Evaluate Drugs to advise on provincial drug policy, and is past Chair of the national HTA Exchange. Dr. Martin has published over 125 papers and book chapters. She is co-editor of the first book on Hospital-Based HTA which outlines the experiences and outcomes of HTA programs in 31 hospitals around the world (Sampietro-Colom & Martin, eds. Hospital-Based HTA – The Next Frontier in HTA, 2016). Dr. Martin was twice been awarded the Medical Advisory Committee award for her work in evidence-based decision-making in the London hospitals.