Rodolfo Bonnin, PhD, develops, implements, and evaluates all assessment-related activities for medical and physician assistant students. In addition, he is the course co-director for the Professional Behaviors I and II courses within the Professional Development strand. He also serves as an adjunct professor for the Department of Psychology at the College of Art and Sciences, where he teaches research methodology and data analysis.
Bonnin is the chief executive proctor and supervises multiple exam proctors, coordinators, and statisticians in the Office of Assessment. He serves as the Chair of the Program Evaluation Committee for the West Kendall Baptist Family Medicine Residency.
Bonnin’s research interests are in the areas of cognitive performance reliability and patient competencies related to suicide. He developed a data-driven quality improvement tool that measures teaching and learning effectiveness. Currently, he is leading the development of an innovative suicide curriculum training program. This program is instruction-based and intended to provide our students with increased awareness, literacy, and readiness for patient care about the subject of suicide.