Janet Ho, MD, MPH

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address521 Parnassus Avenue, #5311
San Francisco CA 94117
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    Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MAFellowship, Addiction Medicine
    Dana Farber/ Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MAFellowship, Palliative Care
    Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MAMPH
    Harvard Fellowship in General Internal Medicine, Boston, MAFellowship
    Yale Internal Medicine, Primary Care, New Haven, CTResidency, Chief Residency
    UC Irvine School of MedicineMD
    UC BerkeleyBA/BAMolecular and cellular biology; Psychology

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    Dr. Ho is an internist at the University of California, San Francisco fellowship trained and board-certified in palliative and addiction medicine. She attends on the Addiction consult service at the Zuckerberg General Hospital and UCSF, and is the site medical director for inpatient Palliative Care Services at Parnassus. She completed internal medicine training and chief residency at Yale, and fellowships in health services research, palliative care, and addiction medicine at Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. Her clinical and research interests lie at the intersection of serious illness, addiction, pain, chronic cancer pain, harm reduction, and the use of buprenorphine. Dr. Ho is dedicated to improving provider knowledge and confidence in primary palliative care and addiction medicine; improving disparate quality of life and care for patients with serious illness and addiction; promoting harm reduction in palliative care; understanding the role of buprenorphine in palliative care; and challenging stigma against patients who use drugs. She co-founded the SUPPORT-PC clinic (Substance use, Pain, and Promoting Opioid harm Reduction Together in Palliative Care) at UCSF, is core faculty of the national ECHO-like program MAPPIT (Managing Addiction and Pain in Palliative Interdisciplinary Teams), has been an invited speaker on this topic nationally, and has contributed to several book chapters and publications on addiction and serious illness.

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    1. Empowering Oncologists to Successfully Address Non-Medical Opioid use During Cancer Treatment: A Review of Best Practices. J Oncology. 2023; 3(2):1120. Holbein MM, Walter M, Ho JJ, Tapper C, Case AA. View Publication.
    2. Compassionate Care for People with Cancer and Opioid Use Disorder. Am J Nurs. 2023 Aug 01; 123(8):56-61. Jones KF, Broglio K, Ho JJ, Rosa WE. PMID: 37498041; PMCID: PMC10619200.
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    3. Buprenorphine initiation: low-dose methods# 457. Journal of Palliative Medicine. 2023; 6(26):867-869. Ho, J.J., Jones, K.F., Merlin, J.S., Sager, Z. and Childers, J.
    4. Opioid-prescribing considerations in patients with cancer and substance misuse or substance use disorder: a scoping review protocol. JBI Evid Synth. 2023 04 01; 21(4):812-825. Jones KF, Malinowski J, Paice J, Childers J, Bulls HW, Morrison J, Ho JJ, Alsbrook K, Nugent S, Broglio K, Nickels K, Holbein M, Parajuli J, Merlin JS. PMID: 36404752; PMCID: PMC10260276.
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    5. Top Ten Tips Palliative Care Clinicians Should Know About Buprenorphine. J Palliat Med. 2023 01; 26(1):120-130. Neale KJ, Weimer MB, Davis MP, Jones KF, Kullgren JG, Kale SS, Childers J, Broglio K, Merlin JS, Peck S, Francis SY, Bango J, Jones CA, Sager Z, Ho JJ. PMID: 36067137.
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    6. The X Waiver to Prescribe Buprenorphine: The Why and How. J Palliat Med. 2022 07; 25(7):1021-1023. Fitzgerald Jones K, Ho JJ, Merlin JS, Weimer M, Sager Z, Kapo J, Childers J. PMID: 35775892.
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    7. Sublingual Buprenorphine Initiation: The Traditional Method #441. J Palliat Med. 2022 07; 25(7):1151-1153. Fitzgerald Jones K, Ho J, Sager Z, Broglio K, Wilson Childers J. PMID: 35775890.
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    8. Barriers to Buprenorphine Prescribing for Opioid Use Disorder in Hospice and Palliative Care. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2022 08; 64(2):119-127. Janet Ho J, Jones KF, Sager Z, Neale K, Childers JW, Loggers E, Merlin JS. PMID: 35561938.
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    9. De-Stigmatizing the Language of Addiction #429. J Palliat Med. 2022 01; 25(1):155-157. Ho JJ, Jones KF, Sager Z, Wakeman S, Merlin JS. PMID: 34978913; PMCID: PMC9022126.
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    10. Adapting Palliative Care Skills to Provide Substance Use Disorder Treatment to Patients With Serious Illness. Am J Hosp Palliat Care. 2022 Jan; 39(1):101-107. Jones KF, Ho JJ, Sager Z, Childers J, Merlin J. PMID: 33685244.
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    11. Primary Addiction Medicine Skills for Hospice and Palliative Medicine Physicians: A Modified Delphi Study. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2021 10; 62(4):720-729. Chua IS, Fratt E, Ho JJ, Roldan CS, Gundersen DA, Childers J. PMID: 33677071.
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    12. Timeliness of Surveillance Colonoscopy in Underserved Populations: Association with Patient Navigation for Initial Screening Colonoscopy. J Health Care Poor Underserved. 2021; 32(2):712-723. Percac-Lima S, Ashburner JM, Enogieru I, Ho JJ, Mitton J, Richter JM, He W, Whited EC, Atlas SJ. PMID: 34120972.
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    13. Opioid and Amphetamine Treatment Trends Among American Indians in the Great Plains. J Addict Med. 2020 Jul/Aug; 14(4):e100-e102. Mitton JA, Jackson S, Ho JJ, Tobey M. PMID: 31725427.
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    14. Health Care Utilization and End-of-Life Care Outcomes for Patients With Decompensated Cirrhosis Based on Transplant Candidacy. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2020 03; 59(3):590-598. Ufere NN, Halford JL, Caldwell J, Jang MY, Bhatt S, Donlan J, Ho J, Jackson V, Chung RT, El-Jawahri A. PMID: 31655192; PMCID: PMC7024665.
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    15. An International Collaboration for the Training of Medical Chief Residents in Rwanda. Ann Glob Health. 2017 Mar - Apr; 83(2):339-346. Walker T, Dusabejambo V, Ho JJ, Karigire C, Richards B, Sofair AN. PMID: 28619410.
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