One Health Related Videos & Podcasts Highlighting Dr. Dell’s Work
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.