Jennifer Packing-Ebuen, MA, MPH, MD

  • Family Medicine Physician

Jennifer Lee Packing-Ebuen received her BS from the University of Florida in 1998 with a major in neurobiological sciences and a minor in philosophy, and her MA in Bioethics from the University of Pittsburgh in 2001. Her thesis is entitled “The Obligation to Improve Medical Practice in the Health Care of Women: An Ethical Argument in Favor of the Women’s Health Specialty and a Feminist Practice of Medicine.” Pursuing her interest in women’s health, health policy, and concerns about access to care, in 2005, she received an MPH in Community and Family Health, Maternal and Child Health, and a Certificate Women’s Health Policy & Advocacy, from the University of South Florida. aShe then graduated from Florida State’s College of Medicine and completed her residency and internship with the Florida Hospital Allopathic Family Medicine program in Orlando, Florida. She currently practices in the Brandon, FL.

 

Representative Publications

Packing-Ebuen, JL, Hayes, K, Hills, H, Stephens, C, Mann, L. Prevention and Treatment of Pre-Natal Exposure to Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD): Panel Discussion. 2006

Florida Statewide Women and Substance Abuse Conference. St. Petersburg: April 2006.

Packing-Ebuen, JL, Vamos, C, Perrin, K, Daley, E, Trow-Finney, T, McDermott, R. HPV: Promoting understanding – College-age women’s use of the Internet for self-education.  Accepted for poster presentation, University of South Florida Health Sciences Research Day, February 2005.

Packing-Ebuen, JL, Mueller, T, Rayko, H, Jensen, J, Trow-Finney, T, Daley, E, Perrin, K, McFarlane, M, McDermott, RJ. What it means to receive an HPV diagnosis: Do the new screening recommendations exacerbate misunderstanding? American Public Health Association, 132nd Annual Meeting. Washington, DC: November 2004.

Rayko, H, Packing-Ebuen, JL, Mueller, T, Daley, E, Perrin, K, McFarlane, M, McDermott, RJ. Why was Disclosing an HPV Diagnosis So Easy? Reactions Following Women’s Disclosure of HPV Diagnosis to Partners and Significant Others.American Public Health Association, 132nd Annual Meeting. Washington DC: November 2004.

Packing-Ebuen, JL, Rayko, H, Wallace, F, Buie, M, Hassell, C, Naoom, S, Daley, E, Perrin, KM,  McDermott, RJ. Lack of HPV knowledge: What women don’t know could hurt themAmerican Public Health Association, Behavior, 131st Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA: 2003.

Daley, E, Naoom, S, Rayko, H, Packing-Ebuen, JL, McFarlane, M, Perrin, KM, McDermott, RJ. When HPV is diagnosed do women hear STD or cancer?  American Public Health Association, 131st Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA: 2003.

Rayko, H, Daley, E, Naoom, S, McDermott, RJ, Perrin, KM, McFarlane, M, Packing-Ebuen, JL. HPV diagnosis: partner disclosure and support.. Accepted for American Public Health Association, 131st Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA: 2003.

Naoom, SF, Daley, EM, McDermott, RJ, Perrin, KM, Rayko, H, Packing-Ebuen, JL, McFarlane, M. HPV: Adolescents at risk for a potentially life-threatening disease. American Public Health Association, 131st Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA: 2003.

Daley, E, Perrin, K, McDermott, RJ, Naoom, SF, McFarlane, M, Packing-Ebuen, JL, Rayko, H, Hassell, C, Buie, M, Wallace, F. Assessing the impact of HPV-related diagnoses: Results from a qualitative study.  International Society for Sexually Transmitted Disease Research, ISSTDR, Ottawa, Canada: 2003.