Centennial Enhancement Chair in One Health & Wellness | University of Saskatchewan
Centennial Enhancement Chair in One Health & Wellness | University of Saskatchewan
Dell, C,. In Press. “Dogs as Co-researchers”. In L. Kogan and P. Erdman (Eds.). Career Paths in Human-Animal Interaction for Social and Behavioural Scientists. Taylor & Francis Group.
Gibson, M, Williamson, L., Dell, C.,Chalmers, D., DeGroot, P. In Press. “Insight into Social Influences on Veterans’ Use of Medical Cannabis to Manage their PTSD Symptoms”. Journal of Veterans Studies.
Williamson, L., Dell, C., Osgood, N., Chalmers, D., Lohnes, C., Carleton, N., Asmundson, G. 2021. “Examining Changes in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms and Substance Use among a Sample of Canadian Veterans Working with Service Dogs: An Exploratory Patient-oriented Longitudinal study”. Journal of Veterans Studies. 9(11). pp. 1-13.
Lalonde, R., Claypool, T., Dell, C. 2020. “PAWS Your Stress: The Student Experience of Therapy Dog Programming”. Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education. 11(2). pp. 78-90.
Kosteniuk, B.and Dell, C. 2020. “How Companion Animals Support Recovery from Opioid Addiction: An Exploratory Study of Patients in a Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program”. APORIA Journal. 12(1): 91-108.
Reddekopp, J, Dell, C., Rohr, B., Fornssler, B., Gibson, M., Carey, B., Stempien, J. 2020. “Patient
Opinion of Visiting Therapy Dogs in a Hospital Emergency Department”. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Special Issue: Companion Animals. 17(8): 2968.
Anna-Belle the Therapy Dog, with the assistance of C. Dell, G. Sewap, B. McAllister, J. Bachiu. 2019. “She Makes Me Feel Comfortable”: Understanding the Impacts of Animal Assisted Therapy at a Methadone Clinic”. Canadian Journal of Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Community-Based Research. 9:57-65.
Chalmers, D, Dell, C., Rohr, B., Dixon, J., Dowling, T., Hanrahan, C. 2019. “Recognizing Animals as an Important Part of Helping: A Survey Exploring Knowledge and Practice Among Canadian Social Workers”. Critical Social Work. 21(1). 1-29.
Dell, C., Chalmers, D., Stobbe, M., Rohr, B., Husband, A. 2019. “Animal Assisted Therapy in a Canadian Psychiatric Prison”. International Journal of Prisoner Health. DOI 10.1108/IJPH-04-2018-0020. 1-24.
Husband, A., Ahmed, A., Dell, C. 2019. “An Exploratory Case Study of the Impact of Psychiatric Service Dogs on Problematic Substance Use among PTSD-Diagnosed Veterans”. Journal of Substance Use. DOI: 10.1080/14659891.2019.1664663
Stempien, J., Broberg, L., Husband, A., Jurke, L., Rohr, B., Smith, J., Rubin, J., Tupper, S., Goodridge, D., Fornssler, C., Fele-Slaferek, L., Dell, C. 2019. “A Case Study of the Patient Experience of Emergency Department Wait Times”. Patient Experience Journal. 6(1), Article 14: 115-126.
Dell, C., Chalmers, D., Cole, D., Dixon, J. 2019. “Accessing Relational Connections in Prison: An Evaluation of the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program at Stony Mountain Institution”. The Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research.8:13-68.
Dell, C., Chalmers, D., Gillett, J., Steeves, M., Rohr, B., Fornssler, B., Husband, A., McKenzie, H., Iwajomo, O., Nickel, C. 2018. “Effects of a Therapy Dog Program on the Wellbeing of Older Veterans Living in a Long Term Care Residence”. Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin. 6(2): 83-102.
McQuaid, R. and Dell, C. 2018. “Life in Recovery from Addiction in Canada: Examining Gender Pathways with a Focus on the Female Experience”. Alcohol Treatment Quarterly. pp. 1-18. DOI: 10.1080/07347324.2018.1502642.
Dell, C. Chalmers, D. Gillett, J. Steeves, M. Rohr, B., Fornssler, B. Husband, A. McKenzie, H. Iwajomo, O. Nickel, C.(2018. Effects of a Therapy Dog Program on the Wellbeing of Older Veterans Living in a Long Term Care Residence”. Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin. Vol 6, No. 2. pp. 83-102.
Dell, C. 2017. “Reuban and ‘His’ Therapy Dog”. Stories from the Therapy Dog Field. Regina: St. John Ambulance Saskatchewan. pp. 64-67.
Dell, C. 2017. “Sociology and the Human Animal Bond”. In P. Albanese, L. Tepperman & E. Alexander (Eds). Reading Sociology. 3rd Edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press. pp. 54-58.
Dell, C. and Poole, N. 2015. “Taking a PAWS to Reflect on How the Work of a Therapy Dog Supports a Trauma-Informed Approach to Offender Health “. Journal of Forensic Nursing. Vol 11, No 3: 167-173. doi: 10.1097/JFN.0000000000000074.
Chalmers, D., and Dell, C. 2015. “Applying One Health to the Study of Animal Assisted Interventions”. EcoHealth Journal. 12(4), pp. 560-562.
Dell, C., Chalmers, D., Gillett, J., Rohr, B. Nickel, C. Campbell, L. Hanoski, R. Haguerud, J. Husband, A. Stephenson, C. Brydges, M. 2015. “PAWSing Student Stress: A Pilot Study of the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program on Three Canadian Campuses”. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy. 49:4, pp. 332-359.
C. Adams, C. Arratoon, J. Boucher, G. Cartier, D. Chalmers, C. Dell, D. Dell, D. Dryka, R. Duncan, K. Dunn, C. Hopkins, L. Longclaws, T. MacKinnon, E. Sauve, S. Spence, M. Wuttunee. 2015. “The Helping Horse: How Equine Assisted Learning Contributes to the Wellbeing of First Nations Youth in Treatment for Volatile Substance Misuse”. Human Animal Interaction Bulletin. 1(1): 52-75.
Dell, C. & Anna-Belle (St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog). [by Anna-Belle the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog, as interpreted by her handler, Colleen Anne Dell]. 2015. “Questioning ‘fluffy’: A Dog’s Eye View of Animal-assisted Interventions (AAI) in the Treatment of Substance Misuse”. Substance Use & Misuse. 50(0): 1148-1152.
Chalmers, D. and Dell, C. 2011. “Equine-Assisted Therapy as an Adjunct to Solvent Abuse Treatment for First Nations Youth: A Key Consideration for Building an Empirical Knowledge Base”. Native Studies Review. Special invitation. 20(1): 59-87.
Dell, C., Chalmers, D., Bresette, N., Swain, S., Rankin, D., Hopkins, C. 2011. “Creating Healing Spaces: The Experiences of First Nations and Inuit Youth with Equine-Assisted Learning”. Child and Youth Care Forum. 40(2): 319-336.
Dell, C., Chalmers, D., Dell, D., Sauve, E., MacKinnon, T. 2008. “Horse as Healer: An Examination of Equine Assisted Learning in the Healing of First Nations Youth from Solvent Abuse”. Pimitisiwin: A Journal of Indigenous and Aboriginal Community Health. 6(10): 81-106.
Gillett, J.,Dell, C., McKinnon, J., Weldeick, R., Boyd, J., Protopopescu, A., Qureshi, A., Cameron, D., McCable, R. 2020. “Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder”. In Savelli, Gillett, and Andrews (Eds.). Introduction to Mental Health and Illness: Critical Perspectives. Oxford University Press.
Hyshka, E. Anderson-Baron, L. Pugh, A., Belle-Isle, L. Hathaway, A. Pauly, B. Strike, C. Asbridge, M. Dell, C. McBride, K. Tupper, K. Wild, C. 2019. “Principles, Practice, and Policy Vacuums: Policy Actor Views on Provincial/Territorial Harm Reduction Policymaking in Canada.”
International Journal of Drug Policy. 10.1016/j.drugpo.2018.12.014
McQuaid, R. and Dell, C. 2018. “Life in Recovery from Addiction in Canada: Examining Gender Pathways with a Focus on the Female Experience”. Alcohol Treatment Quarterly. pp. 1-18. doi: 10.1080/07347324.2018.1502642.
Cook, J. Green, C. de la Rondee, S. Dell, C. Graves, L. Ordean, A. Ruiter, J. Steeves, M. Wong, S. 2017. “Epidemiology and Effects of Substance Use in Pregnancy”. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada. 39. pp. 906-915.
Cook, J. Green, C. de la Rondee, S. Dell, C. Graves, L. Morgan, L. Ordean, A. Ruiter, J. Steeves, M. Wong, S. 2017. “Screening and Management of Substance Use in Pregnancy: A Review”. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada. 39. pp. 897-905.
Wild, T. Pauly, B. Belle-Isle, L. Cavalieri, W. Elliott, R. Strike, C. Tupper, K. Hathaway, A. Dell, C. MacPherson, D. Sinclair, C. Karekezi, K. Tan, B. Hyshka, E. 2017. “Canadian Harm Reduction Policies: A Comparative Content Analysis of Provincial and Territorial Documents, 2000-2015”. International Journal of Drug Policy. 45. pp. 9-17.
Hyshka, E. Anderson-Baron, J. Karekezi, K. Belle-Isle, L. Elliott, R. Pauly, B. Strike, C. Asbridge, M. Dell, C. McBride, K. Hathaway, A. Wild, T.C. 2017. “Harm Reduction in Name but Not Substance: A Comparative Analysis of Current Canadian Provincial and Territorial Frameworks”. Harm
Reduction Journal. 14:50. Doi: 10.1186/s12954-017-0177-7. pp. 1-14.
Rafferty, E. Bonner, A. Code, J. McBride, K. Andkhoie, M. Tikoo, R. McClean, S. Dell, C. Szafron, M. Faraq, M. (2017). “Factors Influencing Risky Drinking in Canada and Policy Implications”. Archives of Public Health. 75:22 doi:10.1186/s13690-017-0190-z . pp.1-11.
Lewis-Laietmark , C., A. Wettlaufer, K. Shield, N. Giesbrecht, N. April, M. Asbridge, C. Dell, J. Rehm, T. Stockwell. 2017. “The Effects of Alcohol-Related Harms to Others on Self-perceived Mental Well-being in a Canadian Sample”. International Journal of Public Health. doi:10.1007/s00038-016-0924-7. pp. 1-10.
Robertson-Boersma, D., P. Butt, C. Dell. 2015. “Reflections on how a university binge drinking prevention initiative supports alcohol screening, brief intervention and referral for student alcohol use”. Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine. 88(3): 339-346.
Bartlett, E., D. Robertson-Boersma, C. Dell, D. Mykota. 2015. “Starting from a Theoretical and Empirical Evidence Base: Development of a Coalition-Centred Student Binge Drinking Prevention Initiative on a Canadian University Campus”. University of Saskatchewan Undergraduate Research Journal. 1:2, pp. 18-34.
Taghizadeh Asl, R., B. Eshrati, C. Dell, K. Taylor, P. Afshar, M. Kamali, A. Mirzazadeh. 2013. “Outcome Assessment of Triangular Clinics as a Harm Reduction Intervention in Rajaee-Shahr Prison, Iran”. Journal of Harm Reduction. 10:41, pp. 1-12. doi: 10.1186/10.1186/1477-7517-10-41
Dell, C., C. Duncan, A. DesRoches, M. Bendig, M. Steeves, H. Turner, T. Quaife, C. McCann, B. Enns, 2013. “Unexpected Outcomes: Identifying the Theoretical Framework for a Youth Drug Prevention Program in Rural Saskatchewan, Canada Amidst a Process Evaluation”. Substance
Abuse Treatment, Prevention and Policy. 8:36. pp. 1-12.
Dell, C., S. Gust, S. MacLean. 2011. Special Issue on Volatile Substance Misuse: A Global Perspective. Substance Use & Misuse: An International Interdisciplinary Forum. 47(S1), pp. 1-143. This international peer reviewed journal was co-edited with the National Institute on Drug Abuse, International Program, USA & Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre and University of Melbourne, Australia.
Dell, C., S. Gust, S. MacLean. 2011. “Global Issues in Volatile Substance Misuse”. Substance Use & Misuse: An International Interdisciplinary Forum. 47(S1), pp. 1-7.
K. Lang, A. El-Aneed, S. Berenbaum, C. Dell, J. Wright, Z. Teed McKay. 2011. “Qualitative Assessment of Crisis Services among Persons Using Injection Drugs in the City of Saskatoon”. Journal of Substance Use. 18:1, pp. 3-11.
Balster, R., S. Cruz, M. Howard, C. Dell, L. Cottler. 2009. (Klasifikace). (Reprint). problémově užívaných inhalantů. [Classification of Abused Inhalants]. Adiktologie. 9(4), pp. 228-233.
Dell, C. and N. Poole. 2009. (reprint). “Women, Girls and Substance Use” in Drug Addiction: Domain and Impact. Kolkata, India: ICFAI Research Center.
Sarkar, M., M. Burnett, S. Carriere, L. Vitale Cox, C. Dell, H. Gammon, B. Geller, G. Koren, L. Lee, D. Midmer, P. Mousmanis, N. Schuurmans, V. Senikas, D. Soucy, R. Wood. 2009. “Screening and Recording of Alcohol Use Among Women of Child-Bearing Age and Pregnant Women”. Canadian Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 16(1) Winter:e242-e263.
Balster, B., S. Cruz, M. Howard, C. Dell, L. Cottler, 2008. “Classification of Abused Inhalants”. Addiction. 104(6), pp. 878-882(5).
Eshrati, B., R. Taghizadeh Asl, C. Dell, P. Afshar, P. Millson, M. Kamali, J. Weekes. 2008. “Preventing HIV Transmission Among Iranian Prisoners: Initial Support for Providing Education on the Benefits of Harm Reduction Practices”. Harm Reduction Journal. 5(21), pp. 1-7. DOI: 10.1186/1477-7517-5-21.
Ahmad, N., N. Poole, C. Dell. 2007. “Women’s Substance Use in Canada—Findings from the 2004 Canadian Addiction Survey.” In N. Poole & L. Greaves (Eds). Canadian Perspectives on Women’s Substance Use. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. pp. 5-9.
B. Eshrati, R. Taghizadeh Asl, C. Dell, P. Afshar, P. Millson, M. Kamali, J. Weekes. 2007. “Preventing HIV Transmission Among Iranian Prisoners: Support for Providing Education on the Benefits of Harm Reduction Practices.” Iranian Journal of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. 6(6), [p. ISSN:1735-1502 and e.ISSN:1735-5249]. (Abstract)
Dell, C. 2007. “Women and Substance Use Research in Canada”. In N. Poole & L. Greaves (Eds). Canadian Perspective on Women’s Substance Use. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. pp. 495-506.
Cormier, R., C. Dell, N. Poole. 2006. “Women and Substance Use Problems.” In M. DesMeules, A. Kazanjian, D. Stewart, H. McLean, J. Payne, & B. Vissandjée. Women’s Health Surveillance Report: A Multi-Dimensional Look at the Health of Canadian Women. Ottawa: Canadian Institutes for Health Information, pp. 1-15.
Dell, C. 2005. “Khat”. In M. Kuhr and H. Liddle (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Drugs and Addiction. UK: Brown Reference Group.
Dell, C., J. Gardipy, N. Kirlin, V. Naytowhow, J. Nicol. 2014. “Enhancing the Wellbeing of Criminalized Indigenous Women: A Contemporary Take on a Traditional Cultural Knowledge Form”. In E. Comack & G. Balfour (Eds). Criminalizing Women. 2nd Edition. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing.
Dell, C. 2012. “Responding to Women’s Self-Harm: A 10-Year Reflection on the Need for Trauma-Informed Care”. In Poole & L. Greaves (Eds.). Becoming Trauma Informed. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. pp. 275-288.
Dell, C. 2012. “Voices of Healing: Sharing our Study’s Findings through Song and Music Video”. In. C. MacLean & R. Kelly (Eds). Creative Arts in Research for Community and Cultural Change”. Edmonton: Detselig Temeron Press. pp. 142-143. PI.
Dell, C. 2012. “Voices of Healing: How a Research Project is Using Music to Communicate its Findings”. Knowledge Translation Casebook. Saskatchewan: Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit. pp. 10-14. PI.
Reiger, E. and C. Dell. 2011. “Crossing Communities Art Project”. Journal of Prisoners on Prison. 20(1), pp. 143-148.
Dell, C., C. Fillmore, J. Kilty. 2009. “Looking Back 10 Years After the Arbour Inquiry: Ideology, Policy, Practice and the ‘Misbehaved’ Federal Female Prisoner”. The Prison Journal. 9(3), pp. 286-308.
Dell, C. and C. Fillmore. 2007. “Substance Use as Self-Harm: Perspectives of Criminalized Women.” In N. Poole & L. Greaves (Eds.). Canadian Perspectives on Women’s Substance Use. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. pp. 187-190.
Dell, C., C. Fillmore, D. Johnston. 2006. “Responding from Within: Women and Self-Harm.” CIHR Institute of Health Services and Policy Research Evidence in Action, Acting on Evidence: A Casebook of Health Services and Policy Research Knowledge Translation Stories. Ottawa: Canadian Institutes of Health Research, pp. 33-36.
Dell, C. and R. Sinclair. 2004. “The Effect of Police Investigation Time on Sentence Disposition in White-Collar Theft and Fraud Criminal Cases.” Police and Security Services. 1(3), pp. 163-172
Dell, C. 2004. “An Overview of Prisons in Canada.” In M. Bosworth (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities. Thousand Oaks: SAGE. pp. 91-96.
Dell, C. 2003. “Kim Pate: A Canadian Activist Working With and on Behalf of Women and Girls in Conflict with the Law.” Women and Criminal Justice Journal. 14(4), pp. 13-33.
Dell, C. 1999. “The Violent’ Female Offender in Canada: A Mythical Social Creation.” Alternate Routes. 15, pp. 83-116.
Dell, C. 1999. “Crimes of Violence. An Examination of the Identification of Women as Violent Offenders in the Canadian Criminal Justice System.” In M. Corsianos & K. Train (Eds). Interrogating Social Justice: Politics, Culture, and Identity. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press. pp. 109-142.
Wright, L, Dell, C., First Nations Information Governance Centre. 2020. “Tobacco Smoking Among First Nations Youth Living On-Reserve and in Northern Communities: A Mixed Methods Study”. The International Indigenous Policy Journal. 11(4). DOI: https://doi.org/10.18584/iipj.2020.11.4.13369
Fornssler, B., L. Hall, C. Dell, C. Mushquash, R. Duncan, P. Butt, C. Hopkins, N. Poole, P. Menzies, M. Rowan, D. Dell, D. Makota, C. Fiededey-Van Dijk. (2019). “Travelling the Möbius Strip: The Influence of Two-Eyed Seeing in the Development of Indigenous Research Accomplices”. In R.
Henry, A. LaValee, N. Van Styvendale & R. Innes (Eds). Global Indigenous Health. USA: Arizona
Press. pp. 295-316.
Wendt, D. Hartmann, W. Allen, J. Burack, J. Charles, B. D’Amico, E. Dell, C. Dickerson, D. Donovan, D. Gone, J. O’Connor, R. Radin, S. Rasmus, S. Venner, K. Walls, M. 2019. “Substance Use Research with Indigenous Communities: Exploring and Extending Foundational Principles of Community Psychology”. Special Issue, American Journal of Community Psychology.
Bethune, R. Absher, N. Obiagwa, M. Yaghoubi, M. Steeves, M. Tikoo, R. Qarmout, T. Dell, C. Szafron, M. Farag, M. 2018 “Social Determinants of Self-reported Health for Canada’s Indigenous Peoples: A Public Health Approach”. Public Health. doi: 10.1016/j.puhe.2018.03.007.
Baez, J. Beckstead, R. Betonney, W. Castle, B. Cotton, C. Dell, J. Fromson, C. Hopkins, E. Kiemele, J. MacDougall, K. Ricker, L. Sockabasin. 2017, August. “Reconciling America’s research response
to binge drinking among American Indians and Alaskan Natives”. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. 28: 3. pp. 860-868.
Dell, C., M. Seguin, C. Hopkins, R. Tempier, R. Duncan, D. Dell, L. Mehl-Madrona, K. Mosier. 2017. Reprint. “From Benzos to Berries: How Treatment Offered at an Aboriginal Youth Solvent Abuse Treatment Centre Highlights the Important Role of Culture”. R. Csiernik & W. Rowe (Eds).
Responding to the Oppression of Addiction. 3rd Edition. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press. Reprint. pp. 316-328.
Haq, K., A. Husband, C. Dell. 2017. “Chapter Teaching Guide: From Benzos to Berries”. In R.
Csiernik & W. Rowe (Eds). Responding to the Oppression of Addiction: Canadian Social Work
Perspectives. 3rd Edition. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press. pp. 329.
Stirbys, C., P. Young, C. Dell, J. Wilson, L. LaLiberte, S. Pooyak, S. Taylor, R. Duncan, D. Mykota,. 2017. “Branching Out: Insights About Research Development from Participatory Action and Indigenous Approaches to Research”. Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing: Te Mauri – Pimatisiwin. 2:1. pp. 29-46.
McKenzie, H., B. Fornssler, C. Dell. 2016. “https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40429-016-0116-9" rel="noopener" target="_blank">Understanding Addictions among Indigenous People
through Social Determinants of Health Frameworks and Strength-Based Approaches: a Review of the Research Literature from 2013 to 2016”. 2016. Current Addiction Report. doi: 10.1007/s40429-016-0116-9. pp. 1-9
Dell, C. 2016. “Culture as Intervention”. In B. Ravelli & M. Webber (Eds). Exploring Sociology: A Canadian Perspective.3rd Edition. Boston: Pearson Learning Solutions. [Text Box] pp. 30.
Fiedeldey-Van Dijk, C., M. Rowan, C. Dell, C. Hopkins, B. Fornssler, L. Hall, D. Mykkota, C. Mushquash, M. Farag, B. Shea. 2015. “Honouring Indigenous Culture-as-Intervention: Development and Validity Evidence of the Native Wellness Assessment (NWA™)”. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse. doi: 10.1080/15332640.2015.1119774. pp. 1-38.
Rowan, M., N. Poole, B. Shea, D. Mykota, M. Farag, C. Hopkins, L. Hall, C. Mushquash, B. Fornssler, C. Dell. 2015. “Cultural Interventions to Treat Addictions in Indigenous Populations: Findings from a Scoping Study”. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy. 9:34. doi: 10.1186/s13011-015-0021-6. pp. 1-26
Hall, L., C. Dell, B. Fornssler, C. Hopkins, C. Mushquash, M. Rowan. 2015. Research as Cultural Renewal: Applying Two-Eyed Seeing in a Research Project about Cultural Interventions in First Nations Addictions Treatment. The International Indigenous Policy Journal. 6:2, pp. 1-15.
Masching, R., C. Dell, J.P. Egan, N. Gros-Louis McHugh, D. Lee (late), T. Prentice, L. Storm, Elder C. Thomas, A. McGee, H. Dale-Harris. 2014. “The Complexities of Accessing Care and Treatment: Understanding Alcohol Use by Aboriginal Persons Living with HIV and AIDS”. Canadian Journal
of Aboriginal Community-Based HIV/AIDS Research. 6, pp. 70-94.
Davey, C., A. Niccols, J. Henderson, M. Dobbins, W. Sword, C. Dell, T. Wylde, E. Sauve. 2014.
Women”. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse. 13:4, pp. 315-336
Fillmore, C., C. Dell, J. Kilty. 2014. “http://www.pwhce.ca/pdf/CommBasedSaskatoon.pdf" rel="noopener" target="_blank">Ensuring Aboriginal Women’s Voice(s) Are Heard: Toward a
Balanced Approach in Community-Based Research”. In J. Kilty, S. Fabian & M. Felices-Luna
(Eds). Demarginalizing Voices: Commitment, Emotion, and Action in Qualitative Research. Vancouver: UBC Press. pp. 38-61.
Rowan, M., N. Poole, B. Shea, J.P. Gone, D. Mykota, M. Farag, C. Hopkins, L. Hall, C. Mushquash, C. Dell. 2014. “https://substanceabusepolicy.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1747-597X-9-34" rel="noopener" target="_blank">Cultural Interventions to Treat Addictions in Indigenous Populations: Findings
from a Scoping Study”. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy. 9:34, pp. 9-34.
Dell, C., T. Lyons, S. Grantham, J. Kilty, W. Chase. (2014). “Researching with Respect: The Contributions of Feminist, Aboriginal and Community-Based Research Approaches to the Development of our Study of First Nations Women’s Healing from Problematic Drug Use”. In R. Berman (Ed.). Corridor Talk: Canadian Feminist Scholars Share their Stories of Research Partnerships. Toronto: Innana Publications and Education Inc. pp. 39-63.
Fornssler, B., H. McKenzie, Dell, C. L. LaLiberty, C. Hopkins. 2013. “I Got to Know Them in a New Way”:Rela(y/t)ing Rhizomes and Community-based Knowledge (brokers’) Transformation of Western and Indigenous Knowledge”. Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies. 14:2, pp. 179-193. doi: 10.1177/1532708613516428 (Equal contribution from all authors/PI)
Brockman, J., E. Campbell, C. Dell, B. Fornssler, C. Hopkins, L. LaLiberte, H. McKenzie, D. Mykota,
Elder C. Papequash, C. Ross, S. Swampy, T. Walker. 2012. Join the Conversation! Ne àwok làgà! Pi-Kakeekiton! Pe-mamiskota kista! Ne àwok nàgà! Paywiichipiikishkwayminaan! CES4Health.6 pp & product (DVD).
Dell, C. and J. Kilty. 2013. “The Creation of the Expected Aboriginal Woman Drug Offender in Canada: Exploring Relations between Victimization, Punishment, and Cultural Identity”. International Review of Victimology. Special invitation. 19:1, pp. 51-68.
Dell, C., G. Roberts, J. Kilty, K. Taylor, M. Daschuk, C. Hopkins, D. Dell. 2012. “Researching Prescription Drug Misuse among First Nations in Canada: Starting from a Health Promotion Framework”. Commentary. Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment. 6, pp. 23-31. doi: 10.4137/SART.S9247
Bone, R., C. Dell, M. Koskie, M. Kushniruk, C. Shorting. 2011. “The Lived Experience of Volatile Substance Misuse: How Support Contributes to Recovery and Sustained Wellbeing." Substance Use & Misuse: An International Interdisciplinary Forum.47(S1), pp. 119-127.
Tempier, A., C. Dell, Elder C. Papaquash, R. Duncan, R. Tempier. 2011. “Awakening: ‘Spontaneous Recovery’ from Substance Abuse among Aboriginal Peoples in Canada”. The International Indigenous Policy Journal. 2(1), pp.1-18. On-line.
Dell, C., M. Seguin, C. Hopkins, R. Tempier, R. Duncan, D. Dell, L. Mehl-Madrona, K. Mosier. 2011. “From Benzos to Berries: How Treatment Offered at an Aboriginal Youth Solvent Abuse Treatment Centre Highlights the Important Role of Culture”. In Review Series. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. 56(2), pp. 75-83.
Desjarlais, V., C. Dell, J. Kilty. 2011. “This is Who I Am: Aboriginal Women’s Healing from Criminalization and Problematic Drug Use”. Journal of Prisoners on Prison. 20(1), pp. 58-71.
Dell, C., T. Lyons, K. Cayer. 2010. “The Role of ‘Kijigabandan’ and ‘Manadjitowin’ in Understanding Harm Reduction Policies and Programs for Aboriginal Peoples”. Native Social Work Journal. 7, pp. 109-138.
Dell, C., J. Kilty, C. Fillmore, S. Grantham, T. Lyons, S. Clarke, C. Hopkins. 2010. “Turtle Finding Fact Sheet: The Role of the Treatment Provider in Aboriginal Women’s Healing from Illicit Drug Abuse”. CES4Health.info. 6 pp & product (2 page Fact Sheet).
Niccols, A., C. Dell, S. Clarke. 2010. “Treatment for Aboriginal Mothers with Substance Use Problems and their Children.” Invited Submission for Special Issue on Violence, Mental Health, and Addiction Issues Facing Aboriginal Populations. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction. 8(2), pp. 320-335.
Acoose, S., D. Blunderfield, C. Dell, V. Desjarlais. 2010. “Beginning with Our Voices: How the Experiential Stories of First Nations Women are Contributing to a National Research Project”. Journal of Aboriginal Health. 4(2), pp. 35-43.
Acoose, S. and C. Dell. 2009. “Hear Me Heal: First Nations Women Healing from Drug Abuse”. In Robert Wesley Herber (Ed.). Indigenous Education: Pacific Nations.Regina: First Nations University of Canada. pp. 1-8.
Dell, C., C. Hopkins, D. Dell. 2004. “Resiliency and Holistic Inhalant Abuse Treatment.” Journal of Aboriginal Health. 1(2), pp. 4-12.
Dell, C. 2001. “The Criminalization of Aboriginal Women: Commentary by a Community Activist.” In M. Chan & K. Mirchandani (Eds). Crimes of Colour: Racialization and the Criminal Justice System in Canada. Toronto: Broadview Press. pp. 127-138.
Kamal, A., Huda, N., Dell, C., Hossain, S., Ahmed, S. 2020. “Translational Strategies to Control and Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 in the Rohingya Refugee Camps in Bangladesh”. Global Biosecurity. 1(4). 1-10. http://doi.org/10.31646/gbio.77