Jessica Griffin Burke, PhD, MHS, is Associate Professor and Associate Chair in the Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. Dr. Burke successfully uses a transdisciplinary approach to her work and has over a decade of experiencing nurturing long-term partnerships with local and national academic and community colleagues. Her 2005 "Qualitative Health Research" article was the first to introduce public health researchers to concept mapping as a participatory mixed methods approach for generating hypotheses and developing theory regarding complex issues. Dr. Burke has co-authored more than fifty articles and book chapters in behavioural and community health sciences. Steven M. Albert, PhD, MS, is Professor and Chair of the Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences (BCHS), Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh. He leads the public health and ageing effort in the Department and co-directs the BCHS Evaluation Institute. His work focuses on determining how the social services network and related clinical services can function as public health interventions. He is the author of Public Health and Aging: Maximizing Function and Well-Being (with Vicki Freedman), 2nd edition, 2010, and Assessing Quality of Life in Alzheimer's Disease (with Rebecca Logsdon), 2000.