Noah Ivers is a family physician in Toronto at Women’s College Hospital and a clinician scientist with the University of Toronto. He has a PhD in clinical epidemiology. He focuses on implementation science, particularly the use of performance feedback to improve quality in primary care. He holds research fellowship awards from the University of Toronto and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. In early 2013 he was named a CIHR Institute for Health Services and Policy Research Rising Star for his work focusing on the role of audit and feedback to improve quality of health care. Noah is currently leading or co-leading 3 randomized trials and a number of systematic reviews. They all aim to identify ways to optimize the effectiveness of knowledge translation or quality improvement interventions for primary care.