401 W. Kennedy Blvd.
Tampa, FL 33606
Education: 1995 Duke University Medical School PA Program, MHS
1989 United States Sports Academy, M.S.
1985 University of West Florida, B.S.
Courses Taught: Clinical Medicine I, II, III
Career Specialties: Rhonda Feldman specializes in programming for simultaneous cognitive and affective skill development, as well as identification of key success indicators and predictors of clinical competence.
Professional and Community Activities: Feldman has 24 years of experience in clinical medicine across a spectrum of sub-specialties. She has been an invited speaker at state and national conferences in the topic of pain management, affective skill development in the clinical phases of physician assistant training and orthopedic topics.
Feldman has established state-wide committees composed of community physicians, physician assistants, healthcare executives and employers to determine needs across the spectrum of healthcare delivery in order to assure effective preparation of physician assistant students.
Feldman established a clinical preceptor training seminar and delivered on-site to clinicians in state-wide health systems.
Honors and Awards: Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching Award, Westbrook College of Health Professions, University of New England