27 Things to Know about the Role of Animals in Addiction
Working with animals in the substance misuse field is new to practice and even more recent to research. Join a Prairie CRISM research team on the 27th of April, May and June for a series of brief webinars to learn, share and join a network of researchers, service providers and consumer advocates interested in studying animal assisted interventions (AAI) in the addictions field.
- April 27, 12:00—12:45 (CST): The human-animal bond: Understanding zooeyia
- May 27, 12:00—12:45 (CST): The history of Animal Assisted Interventions: From definitions to diseases
- June 27, 12:00—12:45 (CST): Animal assisted interventions in addictions practice and research
To register or find out more, please send your email address to Alicia.Husband@usask.ca and indicate which date(s) you are registering for. These webinars are open to anyone interested in joining, and are made possible with funding provided by the Prairie CRISM node to Dr. Darlene Chalmers (University of Regina) in partnership with Dr. Colleen Anne Dell (University of Saskatchewan).
Click to view the webinar poster.