Impact of animal facilitated therapy on inpatient outcomes
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The use of Animal Facilitated Therapy (AFT) in an inpatient setting improves overall patient outcomes.
P- Inpatient stress, Anxiety, Rehabilitation
I- Animal Facilitated Therapy
C- The use of Animal Facilitated Therapy compared to not using Animal Facilitated Therapy
O- Positive patient outcomes with the use of Animal Facilitated Therapy
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