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Associate Teaching Professor

Dr. Cali-Ryan Collin is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Human Services Program.  Dr. Collin is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with more than ten years of clinical practice experience. Her research and practice activities focus on substance use, simulation, and interprofessional healthcare practice.  She is passionate about centering the patient/client within their care and eliminating health inequities through structural change.

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Chu, V., Zayhowski, K., Collin, C.R., & Carmichael, N. (2023). A qualitative study exploring LGBTQ+ genetic counseling students’ relationships with peers and faculty in graduate school. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 10.

Halmo, R.S., Putney, J.M., & Collin, C.R. (in press). Leveraging substance use education to improve attitudes towards harm reduction: Preparing the social work workforce to increase health promotion. Journal of Social Work Education.

Collin, C.R., Putney, J., Halmo, R., & Cadet, T. (2022). Interprofessional skills as a predictor of culturally congruent practice. Families, Systems, and Health, 40(4), 513-518.

Collin, C.R., Putney, J., Caputo, A., Alves, J., McNally, K., Halmo, R., & Cadet, T. (2022). Responsive continuing education: Using a virtual platform to address SUDs in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education, 25(1).

  • Education

    PhD, Health Professions Education, Simmons University

  • Contact

  • Address

    310G Renaissance Park


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