Human-Animal Relationships

Human-Animal relationships and Mental Health: PADs was invited by Dr Rosie Jones McVey to attend a seminar at Cambridge university in July. A wonderfully informative day with lots of interesting research findings in the field of Human-Animal relationships and Mental Health.


 Dr Emily Shoesmith and Dr Elena Ratschen, Department of Health Sciences, University of York.

Dr Roslyn Malcolm, Anthropology, Durham University.

Dr Rosie Jones McVey, Anthropology, University of Cambridge.

Dr Janine Muldoon, Children, Adolescents and Animals Research Group, The University of Edinburgh.

Professor Samantha Hurn, Anthrozoology as Symbiotic Ethics working group, University of Exeter.

Dr Roxanne Hawkins, Psychology, University of Edinburgh.

Dr Joanna Hockenhull, Bristol Veterinary School.

Dr Hannah Burgon and Sarah Urwin, Sirona Horsemanship.

Ele Milwright and Jim Goddard, Warrior Equine

Cambridge University

1 thought on “Human-Animal Relationships”

  1. Mark Adelson says:

    Everything is very open with a really clear clarification of the challenges. It was definitely informative. Your site is extremely helpful. Thanks for sharing!
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