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Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction, University of Saskatchewan and Mental Health Commission of Canada highlight benefits of pets during COVID -19
Coping with Stress, Anxiety and Substance Use During COVID-19: How Animals Can Help includes examples of simple activities to do with a pet to cope.
A new resource on how the connection between humans and animals can reduce stress and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic has been released by the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA), in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan’s PAWS Your Stress Therapy Dog Program and the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC).
Coping with Stress, Anxiety and Substance Use During COVID-19: How Animals Can Help includes examples of simple activities to do with a pet to cope, as well as information on how to access the University of Saskatchewan’s PAWS Your Stress virtual therapy dog program. It also provides tips for how pets and therapy animals can help reduce the harms associated with using alcohol, cannabis and other substances. This poster builds on two recent resources developed by CCSA in partnership with MHCC.
Coping with Stress, Anxiety and Substance Use During COVID-19 and Managing Stress, Anxiety and Substance Use During Covid-19: A Resource for Healthcare Providers are tip sheets to help people recognize and cope with stress, anxiety and substance use during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Art gallery work provides ‘unforgettable’ summer experience for USask students
Posted on 2020-08-07
Undergraduate and graduate students were part of the University of Saskatchewan Art Galleries and Collection (USAGaC) summer team
USask professor says it’s normal to feel ‘fatigued’ amid coronavirus pandemic
Posted on 2020-08-06
Medical anthropologist Dr. Pamela Downe (PhD) says the pandemic is also having an effect in terms of how people identify collectively as a community
Museum of Antiquities offers online summer camp content to children and parents
Posted on 2020-07-31
Ancient history has been combined with modern technology to create a unique learning opportunity
Isolation an 'advantage' as Sask. ag industry stays strong amid COVID-19 pandemic
Posted on 2020-07-31
Economics professor Dr. Joel Bruneau (PhD) believes the agriculture industry could help position Saskatchewan for a return to normalcy
Transition Program helps first-year students adjust to university life
Posted on 2020-07-30
The University of Saskatchewan Transition Program, housed within the College of Arts and Science, provides a supportive environment to help students overcome common first-year university challenges
Low risk of voter fraud during Saskatoon civic election: expert
Posted on 2020-07-29
The real threat to the integrity of the election is low voter turnout, says political studies professor Dr. Joe Garcea (PhD)