CIHR-funded post-doctoral Fellow, Dr. Linzi Williams, is studying the role of Service Dogs in the lives of Veterans with PTSD, and her work is informing the project's resource kit.
Banting-funded post-doctoral fellow, Dr. Holly McKenzie, is informing the project's resource kit with evidence specific to online peer support amongst therapy dog handlers.
SSHRC-funded Master of Arts student, Alexandria Pavelich, is researching the potential social significance and impact of Service Dogs in the lives of military Veterans. Her work will inform the project resource kit.
Williamson, L. (2021). The Role of Service Dogs in the Lives of Canadian Veterans’ Spouses. 3-Minute Postdoc (3MP) Competition, College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, University of Saskatchewan.
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