Perioperative nursing and animal-assisted therapy
Contributor(s):: Miller, J., Ingram, L.
The positive influence of animals: Animal-assisted therapy in acute care
Contributor(s):: Beth E. Barba
Animal Assisted Therapy is a therapeutic nursing intervention that brings animals together with persons with physical and/or emotional needs as a way of meeting those needs. It is based on the growing knowledge of benefits that animals provide to the sick, elderly, and isolated. A model for a...
Continuing education. Animal-assisted therapy: unleashing the power of pets
Contributor(s):: Emmett, P.
Institutional policies for service animals: the era of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Contributor(s):: Young, J. S.
Protocol of the animal assisted activity program at a university hospital [Portuguese]
Contributor(s):: Silveira, Isa Rodrigues, Santos, Nanci Cristiano, Linhares, Daniela Ribeiro
Sounding off on pet therapy... "Barking, purring, and chirping -- sounds of pet therapy in the ICU" in the July 26, 2004, issue
Contributor(s):: McDuffee, E., Kleinpell, R. M.
Animal-assisted therapy: the bond that heals
Contributor(s):: Miller, J.
Companionship outweighs disease risk from pets
Hospital dogs raise spirits, not infection rates
ICPs develop policies for pet and sibling visitation
Poster presentation abstracts from convention 2008
Developing a pet visitation program
Contributor(s):: Bickham, K. E.
[Individulized care: can I bring my dog?]
Contributor(s):: Bussotti, E. A., Ribeiro Leao, E., Nascimento Chimentao, D. M., Rodrigues Silva, C. P.
[Therapeutic health promotion and therapy facilitated by animals]
Contributor(s):: Barthalot, C.
Benefits of budgerigars
Contributor(s):: Tremayne, V.
Going to the dogs ... for help
Contributor(s):: Miller, J., Connor, K.
Help from our animal friends
| Contributor(s):: Connor, K., Miller, J.
Pet therapy. Paws for thought
| Contributor(s):: Owen, O. G.
Enhancing human-animal relationships through veterinary medical instruction in animal-assisted therapy and animal-assisted activities
| Contributor(s):: Schaffer, C. B.
Instruction in animal-assisted therapy (AAT) and animal-assisted activities (AAAs) teaches veterinary medical students to confidently and assertively maximize the benefits and minimize the risks of this union of animals and people. Instruction in AAT/AAA also addresses requirements by the...
| Contributor(s):: Stanley-Hermanns, M., Miller, J.