One Health Related Peer Reviewed Publications

C. Dell, D. Chalmers, J. Gillett, M. Steeves, B. Rohr, B. Fornssler, A. Husband, H. McKenzie, O. Iwajomo, C. Nickel. (2018). “Effects of a Therapy Dog Program on the Wellbeing of Older Veterans Living in a Long Term Care Residence”. Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin. Ahead of publication abstract.

McQuaid, R. & C. Dell. (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.

C. Dell. (2017). “Sociology and the human animal bond”. Reading Sociology. 3rd Edition. Eds. P. Albanese, L. Tepperman and E. Alexander.  Reading Sociology. 3rd Edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press. pp. 54-58

C. Dell. (2017). “Reuban and ‘His’ Therapy Dog”. Stories from the Therapy Dog Field. Regina: St. John Ambulance Saskatchewan. pp. 64-67.

C. Dell, D. Chalmers, J. Gillett, B. Rohr, C. Nickel, L. Campbell, R. Hanoski, J. Haguerud, A. Husband, C. Stephenson, M. Brydges. (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): 332-359.

D. Robertson-Boersma, 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.

C. Dell & N. Poole. (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. 11(3): 167-173. Video abstract available

D. Chalmers & C. Dell. (2015). “Applying One Health to the study of Animal Assisted Interventions”. EcoHealth Journal. 12(4): 550-562.

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.

C. Dell & 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.

C. Dell & D. Chalmers. (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.

C. Dell, D. Chalmers, N. Bresette, S. Swain, D. Rankin, C. Hopkins. (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.

C. Dell, D. Chalmers, D. Dell, E. Sauve, T. MacKinnon. (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.

*Dr Dell’s Publications specific to substance abuse are available here.