Stephen J. Bartels, MD
Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry
Emeritus Professor of Community and Family Medicine
Emeritus Professor of The Dartmouth Institute
Community and Family Medicine
The Dartmouth Institute
1995-1997 Masters in Clinical Evaluative Sciences: Health Services Evaluation, Clinical Oucomes Research, and Health Policy. Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, N.H.
1976-1980 Doctor of Medicine, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, V.A.
1971-1976 B.A. in English, Amherst College, Amherst, M.A.
New Hampshire-Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center
2 Whipple Place, Suite 202
Lebanon NH 03766
Virtual Learning Collaborative Compared to Technical Assistance as a Strategy for Implementing Health Promotion in Routine Mental Health Settings: A Hybrid Type 3 Cluster Randomized Trial.
Transitional Care Management Quality Improvement Methods That Reduced Readmissions in a Rural, Primary Care System.
Assessing a digital peer support self-management intervention for adults with serious mental illness: feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary effectiveness.
Advancing the Science of Recovery: The Utility of the Recovery Assessment Scale in the Prediction of Self-Directed Health and Wellness Outcomes in Adults with a Diagnosis of a Serious Mental Illness.
Applying an Equity Lens to Characterizing the Process and Reasons for an Adaptation to an Evidenced-based Practice.
Usability Testing of a Mobile Health Application for Self-Management of Serious Mental Illness in a Norwegian Community Mental Health Setting.
Group Lifestyle Intervention With Mobile Health for Young Adults With Serious Mental Illness: A Randomized Controlled Trial.
Sleep quality and its relationship to mental health, physical health and health behaviours among young adults with serious mental illness enrolled in a lifestyle intervention trial.
Barriers and facilitators in implementing a pilot, pragmatic, telemedicine-delivered healthy lifestyle program for obesity management in a rural, academic obesity clinic.
A Community-Based Feasibility Study of Weight-Loss in Rural, Older Adults with Obesity.