Dr. Stacy Bartlett joined our residency faculty in September of 2021. She is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.
She is a native of Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Bartlett completed her undergraduate degree at Brown University. She then graduated from the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University where she was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society and Gold Humanism Honor Society. In medical school, Dr. Bartlett was named the Rhode Island Academy of Family Physicians Student of the Year and was awarded the John J. Cunningham Memorial Family Medicine Award in her final year.
Dr. Bartlett then moved to Pittsburgh to complete her Family Medicine Residency training at UPMC Shadyside where she served as a chief resident in her final year. During that year, she was also chosen for the AAFP Leading Physician Wellbeing program through which she is leading a wellbeing initiative for the residency. Her residency honors include being awarded the Resident Advocacy award upon graduation. Dr. Bartlett is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine where she is involved in medical student education. Concurrently, she is completing the UPMC St. Margaret/University of Pittsburgh Faculty Development Fellowship in 2021/2022.
Her academic interests include curricular design, physician wellness, and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion within the healthcare field. Dr. Bartlett’s interests within Family Medicine include pediatrics and postpartum care. She directs the nephrology and urology rotations and didactic curriculum for the Shadyside Family Medicine Residency Program. She is also a member of the Wellness Committee and the Team for Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity (TIDE) within the residency program.
In her spare time, Dr. Bartlett enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.
Tsai J, Brooks K, DeAndre S, Ucik S, Bartlett S, Osobarmiro O, Wynter J, Krishna G, Rougas S, George P. Addressing Racial Bias on the Wards. Advances in Medical Education and Practice. 2018:9 691-696
Increasing Central Venous Catheter Checklist Use in an Academic Medical Center. American Medical Student Research Journal. Vol. 5, No. 1, Winter 2017.
"Creating an Anti-Racist Book Club in a Family Medicine Residency Program" 2021 Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Engaging Humanities in Health at the University of Pittsburgh, April 2021
"Implementing Fourth Trimester Care at an Urban Residency-Based Family Health Center: Innovative Strategy to Improve the Care of Mothers" 2020 Family Medicine Education Consortium Annual Meeting, October 2020
"Financial Wellbeing" UPMC Shadyside Family Medicine Residency Didactics, July 2020
"A Student-Driven Model for Dementia Education and Support of Caregivers in African-American Faith-Based Communities" Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education, February 2018
"The Impact of Perinatal Maternal Depression and Antidepressant Treatment on Mother-Infant Interactions at 6 Months of Age" North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynecology Biennial Meeting, April 2016