A glimpse at the future of animal-assisted interventions: Selected commentaries
Contributor(s):: Turner, Dennis C., Rowan, Andrew N., Herzog, Harold, McCune, Sandra, Kruger, Katherine A., Griffin, James A., Esposito, Layla, Freund, Lisa S., Bures, Regina, Hurley, Karyl J., Gee, Nancy R., Fine, Aubrey H.
Understanding the role of human-animal interaction in the family context
Contributor(s):: Mueller, Megan K., Fine, Aubrey H., O'Haire, Marguerite E.
Pet loss: The interface of continuing bonds research and practice
Contributor(s):: Carmack, Betty J., Packman, Wendy, Neimeyer, Robert A., Harris, Darcy L., Winokuer, Howard R., Thornton, Gordon F.
Development of a national companion animal syndromic surveillance system for bioterrorism
Contributor(s):: Moore, G. E., Ward, M. P., Dhariwal, J., Wu, C. C., Glickman, N. W., Lewis, H. B., Glickman, L. T.
A companion animal syndromic surveillance system has been established at Purdue University to augment national U.S. efforts in bioterrorism detection. This system analyses electronic data from a veterinary practice with 360 hospitals in 42 states. Using syndromic definitions for clinical disease...
The future of research, education, and clinical practice in the animal-human bond and animal-assisted therapy. Part C: The role of animal-assisted therapy in clinical practice: The importance of demonstrating empirically oriented psychotherapies
Contributor(s):: Fine, Aubrey H., Mio, Jeffery S.
The future of research, education, and clinical practice in the animal-human bond and animal-assisted therapy. Part B: Human-animal interactions and health: Best evidence and where we go from here
Contributor(s):: Wilson, Cindy C.