Studying the impact of Service Dogs for veterans diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and problematically use substances.
Highlights of Dr. Dell's work during this time include:
St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program (National, Saskatchewan); Department of Sociology, McMaster University; Department of Sociology, School of Public Health, University of Saskatchewan; Faculty of Social Work, University of Regina; AUDEAMUS (a bilingual, injured veteran-run, not for profit organization dedicated to the principle and practice of providing highly skilled and effective certified service dogs to persons traumatized in the line of duty and whose quality of life depend on it); Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse; Department of Sociology, School of Public Health, Department of Computer Science, University of Saskatchewan; Faculty of Social Work, Anxiety and Illness Behaviours Laboratory, Collaborative Centre for Justice and Safety, University of Regina; Centre for Rehabilitation Engineering and Technology that Enables, British Columbia Institute of Technology; Faculty of Aging, McMaster University; and consultants; Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse; SCPOR (SK Centre for Patient-Oriented Research) Designated Project & student funding support; Veterans Affairs Canada.
Colleen Anne Dell
University of Saskatchewan
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