New Haven, CT (WTNH) – It said that interprofessional collaboration in health care is crucial to successful patient outcomes. This is why at Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU), students are taught this early on.  

CT Style Host Natasha Lubczenko met with Dr. Sandy Bulmer, Dean of the College of Health and Human Services at SCSU, to discuss what their unique program offers students, and to inform our viewers about their brand-new, state-of-the-art facilities, equipment, and new staff.

This interview answers the following questions:

  • What is interprofessional collaboration in the Health and Human Services Field?
  • What are the benefits?
  • How has SCSU been navigating the shortages seen today in
    Health and Human Services Field, which resulted from the Pandemic?
  • What programs does SCSU offer at the College of Health & Human Services?
  • What is the benefit of having multiple disciplines under one umbrella?
  • What does SCSU’s new learning facility offer?
  • How does this program collaborate with the New Haven community?
  • Can prospective students come tour your facility?

The demand for well-trained health and human services professionals has never been greater, and increasingly, these professionals are called upon to work together to best serve their patients, clients, and communities.  

To learn more about the Southern CT State University’s College of Health & Human Services programs, visit www.southernct.edu/health-human-services