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  1. «Det får frem mye følelser når man jobber med hester, synes jeg. Både triste og fine ting da» – En kvalitativ studie om tidligere stoffmisbrukeres erfaringer med rehabiliteringstiltaket dyreassisterte aktiviteter og veien mot økt livskvalitet

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    | Contributor(s):: Anne Maren Friestad

    Dyreassisterte aktiviteter er et tverrfaglig tiltak som er brukt i sosialt arbeid for å støtte utsatte grupper. Hensikten med denne studien er å belyse hvordan stoffmisbrukere i rehabilitering kan oppleve dyreassisterte aktiviteter (DAA), og på hvilke måter dette...

  2. The Furr-Recovery Method: Interacting with Furry Co-Workers during Work Time Is a Micro-Break That Recovers Workers' Regulatory Resources and Contributes to Their Performance

    | Contributor(s):: Junça-Silva, A.

    Drawing on the conservation of resources theory and the recovery step model our research expands on a cognitive (regulatory resources) mechanism that links human-animal interactions and employee performance. This study aimed to explore whether daily human-animal interactions during worktime would...

  3. Therapy Dogs and Recovery from Addiction | Colleen Anne Dell | TEDxUniversityofSaskatchewan

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    | Contributor(s):: Colleen Anne Dell

    What if we included domesticated animals, and in particular dogs, into the recovery plans of people struggling with addictions? Colleen Anne Dell is a Professor & Centennial Enhancement Chair in One Health and Wellness at the University of Saskatchewan in the Department of Sociology and...

  4. Project Horse

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    Project Horse provides custom-tailored equine assisted mental health services to individuals of nearly any age who are facing emotional, behavioral or cognitive challenges. We offer a unique and engaging way to deliver help and support — every participant works in partnership with one or...

  5. Human-Animal Relationships in Supported Housing: Animal Atmospheres for Mental Health Recovery

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    | Contributor(s):: Friesinger, J. G., Birkeland, B., Thorød, A. B.

    Being in a relationship with an animal can promote the well-being of people. For many individuals, this usually takes place at home. This study reports about homes for people with mental health problems (with or without co-occurring substance use), who live in supported housing operated by...

  6. When are the dogs coming back? Animal-assisted activities with men in residential substance abuse treatment

    | Contributor(s):: Scott, Taylor M. T., Kirnan, Jean

  7. Prolonged Recovery From General Anesthesia Possibly Related to Persistent Hypoxemia in a Draft Horse

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    | Contributor(s):: Julien Dupont, Didier Serteyn, Charlotte Sandersen

    Horses are susceptible to developing large areas of pulmonary atelectasis during recumbency and anesthesia. The subsequent pulmonary shunt is responsible for significant impairment of oxygenation. Since ventilation perfusion mismatch persists into the post-operative period, hypoxemia remains an...

  8. Barking Up the Wrong Tree: Companion Animals, Emotional Damages and the Judiciary's Failure to Keep Pace

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    | Contributor(s):: Sabrina DeFabritiis

    What is the value of afternoon walks in the park? Evenings spent relaxing on a living room sofa? A wet face licking and waging tail every day when you come home? If posed to a pet owner, the answer to these three questions will likely be one word: priceless. Recovery at law for the death or...

  9. Eläinavusteista toimintaa Klubitaloilla

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    | Contributor(s):: Minna Yrjölä

    Tässä tutkimuksellisessa kehittämistyössä kehitettiin Karhulan ja Haminan Klubitalon toimintaa, selvittämällä eläinavusteisen työskentelyn soveltuvuutta mielenterveyskuntoutujien hyvinvoinnin ylläpitoon sekä heidän...

  10. Negotiating acquired spinal conditions: Recovery with/in bodily materiality and fluids

    | Contributor(s):: Jeffries, J. M.

  11. Envision: Equine Assisted Therapeutic Activities & Resource Center

    The mission of Envision Therapeutic Horsemanship Inc. is to engage a partnership between horses and humans to benefit, empower and facilitate positive change in the lives of individuals and their families. Envision accomplishes this by providing therapeutic riding, equine-assisted therapy and...

  12. Does environmental enrichment promote recovery from stress in rainbow trout?

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    | Contributor(s):: Pounder, Kieran C., Mitchell, Jennifer L., Thomson, Jack S., Pottinger, Tom G., Buckley, Jonathan, Sneddon, Lynne U.

    The EU Directive on animal experimentation suggests that all protected animals should have enrichment to improve welfare yet relatively little research has been conducted on the impact of enrichment in fish. Studies employing enrichment in zebrafish have been contradictory and all fish species...

  13. A New Antibiotic

    | Contributor(s):: Reishtein, Judith L.

  14. Long-term effects of hippotherapy on one child with cerebral palsy: a research case study

    | Contributor(s):: Shurtleff, T., Engsberg, J.

  15. Recovery, Conservation, and Survival under the Endangered Species Act: Recovering Species, Conserving Resources, and Saving the Law

    | Contributor(s):: Jason M. Patlis

    Protecting and recovering endangered and threatened species is bad business. It is a short-term, high-risk, and high-cost proposition-not exactly a formula for success. It is also an unpopular business. Resource users cringe at the prospect of the burdensome regulations and...

  16. Recovery from severe mental illness: How feline companions facilitate the process of healing

    | Contributor(s):: Nelson, Heather Lindsey Howe

  17. Challenges of Managing Animals in Disasters in the U.S.

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    | Contributor(s):: Sebastian Heath, Robert D. Linnabary

    Common to many of the repeated issues surrounding animals in disasters in the U.S. is a pre-existing weak animal health infrastructure that is under constant pressure resulting from pet overpopulation. Unless this root cause is addressed, communities remain vulnerable to similar issues with...

  18. A Street Cat Named Bob

    | Contributor(s):: Bennett, Viv

  19. Living with companion animals after stroke: experiences of older people in community and primary care nursing

    | Contributor(s):: Johansson, Maria, Ahlström, Gerd, Jönsson, Ann-Cathrin

  20. Review of 'Tails of recovery: Addicts and the pets who love them'

    | Contributor(s):: Tartagliano, Nick

    Reviews the book, "Tails of recovery: Addicts and the pets who love them" by Nancy A. Schenck (see record 2009-08119-000). This book is a random act of kindness in the sense that most of what is published in the addiction field is scientifically top-heavy and often falls short when it comes to...