Dr. Dell is involved in creative works to mobilize knowledge.
This artistic expression painting represents the findings of The Helping Horse study. It was developed in partnership with the Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Program, Painter Andy Zimmerman & Graphic Artist April Doepker.
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.
Gibson, M., Dell, C. & Wasson, E. (2018). Can Your Cannabis: Keeping Your Family Safe. Developed and distributed 500 cannabis containers highlighting the Low Risk Cannabis Use Guidelines. In response to pet and people unintended consumption.
In response to the Canada's recovery survey, Dr. Dell's office worked with the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction to develop posters of the findings (see below).
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
Partnering with the U of S student binge drinking prevention initiative – What’s Your Cap? – A door hanger with Canada’s Low Risk Drinking Guidelines was developed and is distributed at Therapy Dog events on the U of S campus and in residence.
Partnering with the U of S student binge drinking prevention initiative – What’s Your Cap? – A door hanger with Canada’s Lower Risk Cannabis Use Guidelines was developed and is distributed at Therapy Dog events on the U of S campus and in residence.
In the Animal Assisted Intervention area, Dr. Dell has been participated in over 70 community presentations (from key notes to several CIHR Cafe Scientifiques), 35 conference presentations (e.g., SK Health Research Showcase Conference, Canadian Sociological Association), and 25 academic poster presentations.