Dr. Bartlett-Esquilant specializes in primary care research and knowledge translation. Her current concentration is on knowledge translation and stakeholder engagement around health care utilization and outcomes for vulnerable populations; implementation of precision medicine using patient-oriented strategies; and the use of education innovations to advance the discipline of family medicine and primary care. Dr. Bartlett-Esquilant has a strong interest in research capacity building. While completing a 10-year mandate as Research and Graduate Program Director at McGill, she led the development and successful accreditation of three training programs that now have had over a hundred trainees enrolled – an MSc in Family Medicine, a PhD in Family Medicine and Primary Care and the Clinician Scholars Program which is an Enhanced Skills third year family medicine residency program focusing on research skills. She is currently the Executive Director for the Network Coordinating Office of the Primary and Integrated Health Care Innovations (PIHCI) Network.
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Education & Training
2001 PhD in Epidemiology, McGill University
1996 MSc in Epidemiology, McGill University
Awards & Honors
- 2014 Carrie M. Derick Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching and Supervision McGill University
- 2014 Faculty Honour List for Educational Excellence Faculty of Medicine, McGill University
- 2017 President’s Award North American Primary Care Research Group
- 2019 Fellow International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology
- 2019 Vice-President, North American Primary Care Research Group
- 2020 President of North American Primary Care Research Group
- 2021 President-Elect of North American Primary Care Research Group
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