Jane Liebschutz, MD, MPH
|Institution||Boston University School of Medicine|
|Division||General Internal Medicine|
|Address||801 Massachusetts Ave Crosstown Center|
Boston MA 02118
|Institution||Boston University School of Public Health|
|Department||Community Health Sciences|
|Title||Active Staff Hospital Privileges|
|Institution||Boston Medical Center|
Trained in internal medicine and preventive medicine, Dr. Liebschutz is a primary care physician, substance use researcher, educator, and administrator. She is the Associate Chief for Faculty Affairs, Section of General Internal Medicine. She is the Director of the combined General Internal Medicine-Family Medicine and General Pediatrics Academic Fellowship. She is also Wellness Director for Boston Medical Center.
Dr. Liebschutz’s research agenda focuses on the intersection of substance use, violence, and mental health within the practice of general medical care. She has conducted observational and intervention studies with opioid prescribing for chronic pain in primary care, including a R01 study examining implementation of the Chronic Care Model. This included developing a nationally recognized website, www.mytopcare.org, with tools for opioid prescribing in primary care. She has also conducted randomized trials for treatment of opioid and injection drug use disorders of hospitalized patients linking to treatment or conducting behavioral interventions to reduce medical complications. She has co-led a 25-year birth cohort to examine young adult outcomes after prenatal cocaine exposure. She uses both qualitative and quantitative research methods, including implementation science, epidemiology, and health services research methods. Her early career focused heavily on violence and health impacts, and she continues to bring those themes into her current work on substance use disorder.
Her research and educational endeavors have been supported by the National Institutes of Health- National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), Health Resources and Services Administration, the Robert Wood Johnson foundation, the American Cancer Society, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and the Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research.
She has mentored dozens of rising health professionals and researchers, from undergraduates to junior faculty. One of her areas of focus is on self-care and wellness. In her role as Wellness Director for Boston Medical Center Medical-Dental Staff, she has initiated various programs, including a wellness website, www.bumc.bu.edu/wellness. She has also focused on the impact of race on clinician and academic faculty.
- chronic pain
- fellowship education
- Intimate Partner Violence
- prescription drug abuse
- preventive medicine
- primary care
- substance abuse
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