Health Profession Education - 5:01
with Roy Olsson, Jr. of College of Health Professions, Grand Valley State University
Posted Oct 05, 2017
The mission of health profession education at Grand Valley State University is to prepare exceptional professionals who will impact the health and well-being of the larger community. The college offers a variety of programs that are appealing to anyone interested in the health professions. The College of Health Professions includes nine academic programs -- one which is a clinical doctorate program (Physical Therapy); four of which are entry-level masters degrees (Occupational Therapy, Physician Assistant Studies, Public Health, Speech Language Pathology); and four which are at the baccalaureate level (Allied Health Sciences, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Radiologic & Imaging Sciences and Therapeutic Recreation). Dean Roy Olsson of the College of Health Professions at Grand Valley State University joins host Laurel Hess to talk about the expansion of the College. Interview recorded September 21st, 2017.
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