Jenna Comeau, DScPAS, MSHS, PA-C
- Director of Clinical Education, Assistant Professor
- Physician Assistant Studies
Jenna attended Northeastern University for undergraduate studies and then attended The George Washington University PA program where she received a Master of Science degree. She later completed a Doctor of Science, obtained during her role as Assistant Professor at the MCPHS PA program from 2016-2019. During this time, Jenna conducted research about antibiotics and patient’s attitudes and perceptions about the prescribing of these drugs in the outpatient urgent care setting. Jenna's clinical background began in oncology but later was solidified in the urgent care and emergency department setting. She has practiced clinically for over 10 years. She enjoys the fast pace nature and higher acuity of these fields of medicine. Jenna has also worked as an expert witness, defending physician assistants and establishing appropriate standard of care. She has also consulted with medical device companies in utilization review. Jenna is very excited to continue her work in higher education, and is enthusiastic about all the interprofessional activities and scholarship opportunities.
Doctorate research: Patient Knowledge and Perceptions on Viral Conditions and Antibiotic Utilization