-Dr. Dell is a Principal Investigator on the Prairie Node of the Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse. Funded by the Canadian Institutes of  Health Research (CIHR), CRISM is a national network of researchers, service providers, policy makers and people with lived experience. In September 2015, four regional CRISM Nodes, one each located in BC, the Prairies, Ontario, and the Quebec/Atlantic regions, began operations.

CRISM ’s overall objective is to translate evidence-based interventions for substance misuse into clinical practice, community-based prevention, and health system changes. The intent is to support the creation of more effective, personal, and adoptable intervention programs and services.

 

-Infographic & News Release, September 20, 2016: University of Saskatchewan Students Hope to Raise Awareness about the Dangers of Alcohol

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-Summer, 2016: The work of Dr. Dell and team member Carol Hopkins was acknowledged in The Magazine of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University, Special Issue, Native Like Me. Reducing Binge Drinking with Tribal Traditions.