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Digital Film Catalog
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Educational Films & Documentaries
From OhioLINK Digital Resource Commons. Full-length educational videos covering a wide variety of subjects. The collection currently includes videos from two distributors, Ambrose Video and Films for the Humanities & Sciences.
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These are just a few examples of the health related digital videos available through OhioLINK. You will be prompted to log in to view off-campus.
Breast Cancer in Women of Color
Breast cancer appears to progress differently in women of color. Why? Here researchers try to solve this baffling mystery, and the role of prevention in urban areas is explained.
Chronic Illness in America
Role-playing three interrelated scenarios, Charles Cutler, of the American Association of Health Plans; Richard Bringewatt, of the National Chronic Care Consortium; Suzanne Mintz, of the National Family Caregivers Association; Arthur Caplan, of the Center for Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania; and other panelists make it clear that the emphasis must be decisively shifted from intervention to prevention and maintenance--and that it is high time to rethink the way healthcare is financed, managed, and provided. A Discussion Guide and other resources are located online at www.pbs.org/fredfriendly/whocares.
The Truth about Flu Vaccines
WHO surveillance team functions, vaccine shortages and production methods, and high-risk groups targeted for inoculations. Experts include Dr. Kathryn Edwards of Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Dr. Neil Silverman, UCLA School of Medicine. Two case studies are included.
Art of Healing
How hospitals across America are responding to clinical evidence that caring makes patients feel better, and get better. Bill Moyer. Log-in to view off-campus.
Voices: Cancer Patients Speak Out
Five patients of varied ages and at different stages of the disease including a 28-year-old woman with breast cancer and a 54-year-old man with Hodgkin's lymphoma and lung cancer progress with their families and caregivers through diagnosis, treatment, and the hopes and uncertainties that follow. A Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Production.
SARS: The True Story
the World Health Organization's decisive counterattack on SARS. The coronavirus's emergence, its spread, and, through unprecedented international cooperation, its swift containment.
Comfort Care I
Interview with Kolcaba
Comfort Care 2
2nd part of Interview with Kolcaba