Assistant Professor, Pharmacy Practice
In December 2013, Dr. Bartlett joined the faculty of Husson University as an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice. Dr. Bartlett completed her BS in Pharmacy at Oregon State University. Following several years in a hospital-based practice, she was invited to join the inaugural class of a traditional 2 year post-baccalaureate Pharm D. offered by her alma mater. Her Pharm D. degree was jointly conferred by Oregon Health Sciences University and Oregon State University.
Dr. Bartlett has successfully completed BLS and ACLS certification. In addition, Dr. Bartlett has achieved the BCPS credential and was recently recertified in 2013.
Dr. Bartlett has practiced as a health system pharmacist for her entire professional career with special interests in Cardiology, Intensive Care, and Internal Medicine. Due to numerous relocations, she has been employed within a number of hospital systems across the nation. Commensurately, as an active preceptor throughout the majority of her career, she has been adjunct faculty for both the University of Connecticut and the University of Kansas Schools of Pharmacy.
Dr. Bartlett places a high priority on active involvement in both local and national pharmacy professional organizations. She is currently an active member of ASHP, ACCP, and KCHP (founding member). She had been an active member of the KCHP Education Committee since the advent of that organization prior to relocation to Maine. In addition, she continues to serve as a professional reviewer for ACCP reviewing self-study modules for both PSAP and ACSAP.
Dr. Bartlett’s outside passions/joys include: her family (i.e., spouse of 18 years and 3 Australian Shepherds: Zak, Grahm, and Joy), cooking, and music. Dr. Bartlett is looking forward to redeploying her recumbent trike and Old Town kayak which has hung the past 10 years in her garage in Lawrence, KS where there were no natural lakes safe to paddle at her skill level.
Dr. Bartlett is so excited for and appreciative of the opportunity for her life and career transition into academics here at Husson University. She expresses her thanks to all who have been involved and will be involved in assisting her in making a successful transition from full-time practitioner/part-time adjunct faculty to full-time faculty/part-time practitioner.