Associate Vice Chair of Education
Residency Program Director
Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
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Pediatric Hospital Medicine
I believe the best care involves collaborating with the patient, family, and our health care team to provide family-centered, evidence-based care.
Dr. Su-Ting Li is a pediatric hospitalist. Her clinical interest is in taking care of sick children in the hospital.
Dr. Li's research focuses on improving medical education and care of hospitalized children.
Pediatric Hospital Medicine
B.A., UC Berkeley, Berkeley CA 1993
M.D., UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles CA 1997
M.P.H., University of Washington, Seattle WA 2003
Pediatrics, University of Washington, Seattle WA 1997-1998
Pediatrics, University of Washington, Seattle WA 1998-2000
General Academic Pediatrics, University of Washington, Seattle WA 2001-2003
Association of Pediatric Program Directors' Research Award, 2015
American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Hospital Medicine Pediatric Hospital Medicine Research Award, 2007
To view a detailed list of Dr. Li's publications, please click here.
Reed S, Mink R, Li ST. Utility of Residency Milestones Reported to Fellowship Program Directors: A National Survey of Pediatric Fellowship Program Directors. Academic Pediatrics. 2020;20(5):696-702.
Weiss P, Li ST. Leading Change to Address the Needs and Well-being of Trainees During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Academic Pediatrics. 2020;20(6):735-741.
McBride AL, Li ST, Turner TL, Vinci RJ. Roles, Responsibilities, and Value of a Vice Chair of Education in Academic Pediatric Departments. Journal of Pediatrics. 2020;217:2-6.e1.
Schumacher DJ, West DC, Schwartz A, Li ST, Milstein L, Griego EC, Turner T, Herman BE, Englander R, Hemond J, Hudson V, Newhall L, McNeal Trice K, Baughn J, Guidace E, Famiglietti H, Tolentino J, Gifford K, Carraccio C, for the Association of Pediatric Program Directors Longitudinal Educational Assessment Research Network General Pediatrics Entrustable Professional Activities Study Group. Longitudinal Assessment of Resident Performance Using Entrustable Professional Activities. JAMA Open Network. 2020;3(1):e1919316.
Abramson EL, Naifeh MM, Stevenson MD, Li ST. Scholarly Collaboration, Mentorship, and Friendship: A New Model for Success in Academic Medicine. Academic Pediatrics. 2019;19(8):860-864.
Borman-Shoap E, Li ST, St Clair NE, Rosenbluth G, Pitt S, Pitt MB. Knowing Your Personal Brand: What Academics Can Learn from Marketing 101. Academic Medicine. 2019;94(9):1293-1298.
Zackoff MW, Real FJ, Abramson EL, Li ST, Klein M, Gusic ME. Enhancing educational scholarship through conceptual frameworks: A challenge and roadmap for medical educators. Academic Pediatrics. 2019;19(2):135-141.
Hamline MY, Speier RL, Vu PD, Tancredi DJ, Broman AR, Rasmussen LN, Tullius BP, Shaikh U, Li ST. Hospital-to-home Interventions, Utilization, and Satisfaction: A Meta-Analysis. Pediatrics. 2018;142(5):e201804442.
Li ST, Tancredi DJ, Schwartz A, Guillot A, Burke A, Trimm RF, Guralnick S, Mahan JD, Gifford K, for Association of Pediatric Program Directors (APPD) Longitudinal Educational Assessment Research Network (LEARN) Validity of Resident Self-Assessment Group. Identifying Gaps in the Performance of Pediatric Trainees Who Receive Marginal/Unsatisfactory Ratings. Academic Medicine. 2018;93(1):119-129.
Abramson EL, Paul C, Petershack J, Serwint J, Fischel J, Rocha M, Treitz M, McPhillips H, Lockspeiser T, Hicks P, Tewksbury L, Vasquez M, Tancredi DJ, Li ST. Conducting Quantitative Medical Education Research: From Design to Dissemination. Academic Pediatrics. 2018;18(2):129-139.