The Role of Animal Ownership for People with Severe Mental Illness during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Mixed-Method Study Investigating Links with Health and Loneliness

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References: Shoesmith EK, Spanakis P, Peckham EJ, Heron PN, Johnston G, Walker L et al. The role of animal ownership for people with severe mental illness during the Covid-19 pandemic: a mixed-method study investigating links with health and loneliness. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health . 2021 Nov 12;18:1-16. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph182211908

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Emily Shoesmith, Panagiotis Spanakis, Emily Peckham, Paul Heron, Gordon Johnston, Lauren Walker, Suzanne Crosland, Elena Ratschen

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