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Pups Assisting Wellness for Staff (P.A.W.S.): Evaluating the impact of canine-assisted interventions on critical care staff wellness

By N. Caton, K. Campbell, T. Brumwell, M. Pratt, L. Stewart, E. Wong, T. Zurberg

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Publication Title Healthc Manage Forum
Volume 34
Issue 2
Pages 119-122
ISBN/ISSN 0840-4704 (Print)0840-4704
DOI 10.1177/0840470420960162
Language eng
Author Address Quality and Patient Safety, 25469Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.Emergency Department & Team Based Quality Improvement, 25469Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.Intensive Care Unit & Team Based Quality Improvement, 25469Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.Employee Safety, Health and Wellness, 25469Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.Canine Scent Detection Unit, 25469Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
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  1. Animals
  2. Critical Care
  3. Dogs
  4. Humans