One Health Related Videos & Podcasts Highlighting Dr. Dell’s Work
Research Spotlight (2019). Impact of Service Dogs in the Lives of Veterans. Saskatchewan Centre for Patient Oriented Research.
SayKNOW.Org (2018) (July). Episode 6. PAWSitive Support. Colleen Dell & Darlene Chalmers.
University of Winnipeg (2016) (November). Positive Support: Animal Assisted Interventions in the Treatment of Addictions. Colleen Dell and Special Guests Master Warrant Officer Kelly Russell, OMM, CD2 & Service Dog Spot
Dell, Russell, Spot & U of W, Department of Sociology, Faculty
U of S One Health Leadership Experience (2016) (August). One Health.
SaskTel Max Magazine (2014) (April). Positive Energy – Meet a Very Special Dog Who Brings Laughter and Support.
One Health Related Webinar Presentations
C. Dell (2018). Meet Subie, a Service Dog In-training, Along with Therapy Dogs Anna-Belle and Kisbey: Learn What They Do. Academic Explorations of the Human Animal Bond.
D. Chalmers & C. Dell. 2016 (April). The Human-Animal Bond: Understanding Zooeyia. Saskatoon, SK.
D. Chalmers & C. Dell. 2016 (May). The History of Animal Assisted Interventions: From Definitions to Diseases. Saskatoon, SK.
C. Dell & D. Chalmers. 2016 (June). Animal Assisted Interventions in Addictions Practice and Research. Saskatoon, SK.
One Health Related Videos Resulting from Dr. Dell’s Work
This 7 minute video translates the findings of a Veterans Affairs Canada project examining the impact of the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program on the Wellbeing of Older Adults in a Saskatchewan Veterans Affairs Canada Residence.
VAC Team (C. Dell) & S. Espey. (2016). I Had a Dog (without lyrics) (with lyrics) (with French Lyrics). Song and music video. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan.
Lyric sheet Lyric sheet (French) Bandcamp
Led by Ashley Balysky, St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program & Colleen Dell, University of Saskatchewan, this project is looking at the impact of a visiting St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog at Methadone Assisted Recovery Services in the Saskatoon Health Region, where clients in highest need for motivation related to their HIV and/or addiction status are being introduced to the dog for the love and support it can offer. The experience is being empirically evaluated.
C. Dell (2016). Providing PAWSitive Support: Research Introduction. POWtoon video. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan.
St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Orientation Video
*Dr Dell’s Videos specific to substance abuse are available here.