Thomas Soeprono, MD

Personal Statement

​I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington Medical Center. In addition to general psychiatry, I am an expert in Consultation Liaison Psychiatry. My primary clinical roles are in the inpatient psychiatry consultation service at the University of Washington Medical Center and Harborview Medical Center.

I earned my bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley and his M.D. from Loma Linda University in California. I first came to the UW as a psychiatry resident, and then continued on for my fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine. ​ 

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

Considerations for Program Directors in the 2020-2021 Remote Resident Recruitment.
(2020 Oct 27)
Acad Psychiatry
Soeprono TM, Pellegrino LD, Murray SB, Ratzliff A

The Educational Value of Outpatient Consultation-Liaison Rotations: A White Paper From the Academy of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Residency Education Subcommittee.
(2020 Sep - Oct)
Psychosomatics 61(5): 436-449
Zimbrean PC, Ernst CL, Forray A, Beach SR, Lavakumar M, Siegel AM, Soeprono T, Schwartz AC

Medical student mistreatment: understanding 'public humiliation'.
(2019 Dec)
Med Educ Online 24(1): 1615367
Markman JD, Soeprono TM, Combs HL, Cosgrove EM

Continuing the Quiet Revolution: Developing Introverted Leaders in Academic Psychiatry.
(2019 Oct)
Acad Psychiatry 43(5): 516-520
Lebin LG, Riddle M, Chang S, Soeprono T

Practical Interventions to Enhance Resident Ownership of Patient Care.
(2018 Apr)
Acad Psychiatry 42(2): 222-227
Soeprono T, Markman J, Grodesky M, Cowley D

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