Stephen Bartels is the Herman O. West Professor of Geriatrics, and Professor of Psychiatry, Community & Family Medicine, and of Health Policy at The Dartmouth Institute. Bartels is national leader in the fields of aging, mental health services, health promotion, and implementation research. He has a 20-year track-record developing, testing, and spreading new models of care for complex, low socioeconomic populations with a special focus on older adults and individuals with co-occurring mental health and physical health conditions. Bartels’ research topics include the integration of mental health and primary care, health promotion, self-management, disease management, patient activation, automated telehealth, and implementation science. Bartels directs Dartmouth’s Centers for Health for Aging; the CDC Health Promotion Research Center at Dartmouth; and Dartmouth Institute’s program on Innovation, Implementation, and Improvement Science.
Bartels is a past president of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry. He earned a BA in English from Amherst College, a MD from the University of Virginia School of Medicine, and a MS from The Dartmouth Institute.
Fortuna KL, Lohman MC, Batsis JA, DiNapoli EA, DiMilia PR, Bruce ML, Bartels SJ
Int J Psychiatry Med|2017 Jul-Sep
Naslund JA, Aschbrenner KA, McHugo GJ, Unützer J, Marsch LA, Bartels SJ
Early Interv Psychiatry|2017 Oct 20
Fortuna KL, DiMilia PR, Lohman MC, Bruce ML, Zubritsky CD, Halaby MR, Walker RM, Brooks JM, Bartels SJ
Psychiatr Q|2017 Sep 26
Ghesquiere AR, Pepin R, Kinsey J, Bartels SJ, Bruce ML
Aging Ment Health|2017 Aug 16
Naslund JA, Whiteman KL, McHugo GJ, Aschbrenner KA, Marsch LA, Bartels SJ
Gen Hosp Psychiatry|2017 Jul