Dr. Andrew Liew is an assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma (OU)-Tulsa University School of Community Medicine. He has been a faculty member in the department of psychiatry since June of 2016. He is board-certified in (adult) psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry. He previously worked at Kaiser Permanente in Portland, Oregon as a child and adolescent psychiatrist. His areas of clinical interest are behavioral disorders such as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) and mood disorders such as depression/bipolar disorder. He also is the director of the psychiatry clerkship and hold the George Kaiser Family Foundation Professorship in Community Medicine. He teaches medical students, physician assistant students, psychiatry residents, and child and adolescent fellows at OU Tulsa. Dr. Liew’s scholarly interests are in areas of medical education, specifically teaching learners the therapeutic alliance and implementation of a telemedicine curriculum. He is also collaborating with the pediatric clinics at OU Tulsa to improve patient and family access to child and adolescent psychiatry care. He has lived in Arlington, Virginia, Chicago, Illinois, and Portland, Oregon. He was born and raised in Norman, Oklahoma and is excited to be caring for the children and families in Tulsa and training future health care providers for Oklahoma.
- Demonstrate an understanding of how to assess a child or adolescent with depression.
- Apply evidence-based treatment recommendations for youth with a diagnosis of depression.
- Discuss specific questions about pediatric depression.