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Bevel up: drugs, users & outreach nursing: an interactive teaching DVD

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Wild, Nettie, director. [Montreal]: National Film Board of Canada , 2007. (DVD, Book)
Call No.
WY 101 B48 2007
Location
RIH Library
Author
Wild, Nettie, director
Corporate Author
BC Centre for Disease Control - Street Nurse Program
National Film Board of Canada
Place
[Montreal]
Publisher
National Film Board of Canada
Pub Date
2007
Physical Description
1 DVD (4 hr., 30 min.) + 1 Teacher's Guide (100 p.) + 1 CD-ROM French translation of Teacher's Guide entitled Guide de l'enseignant pour Biseau ves le haut: drogues, toxicomanes et soins infirmiers
Format
DVD
Book
Subject
Community health nursing -- British Columbia -- Vancouver
Public health nursing -- British Columbia -- Vancouver
Nursing -- British Columbia -- Vancouver
Drug abuse -- British Columbia -- Vancouver
Drug addicts -- British Columbia -- Vancouver
Abstract
How can a nurse deliver effective and compassionate health care to people who use drugs? Bevel Up: Drugs, Users and Outreach Nursing follows a team of street nurses as they reach out to youth, sex workers and street entrenched men and women in the alleys and hotels of Vancouver's inner city. Most importantly, the nurses reflect on attitudes they bring to their work - attitudes that can make or break the relationship needed to successfully provide practical and non-judgmental health care.
Notes
DVD Outline: Documentary (45 min.) / Chaptered version with reflections on practice and + topics (195 min.)
with French subtitles option
Teacher's Guide written by Neil Andersen, Alicia Priest, Laurie Seymour and the Street Nurse Program Project Team
ISBN
978097826604
Call No.
WY 101 B48 2007
Location
RIH Library
Loan Policy
21 days
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Hubbard, Tasha, Adam, Betty Ann. Montreal PQ: National Film Board of Canada , 2016. (DVD, Video - online)
Call No.
WA 320 H876 2016
Location
RIH Library
Online
Link
file://dc1serv4/media$/Library%20services/birth%20of%20a%20family/birth%20of%20a%20family.mp4
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Author
Hubbard, Tasha
Adam, Betty Ann
Corporate Author
National Film Board of Canada
Place
Montreal PQ
Publisher
National Film Board of Canada
Pub Date
2016
Physical Description
1 DVD (1 h 19 min)
Online
Format
DVD
Video - online
Subject
Adoption
Child Welfare
Family Relations
Indigenous peoples
First Nations of North America
Aboriginal Health Collection
Abstract
In this deeply moving feature-length documentary, three sisters and a brother meet for the first time. Removed from their young Dene mother during the infamous Sixties Scoop, they were separated as infants and adopted into families across North America. Betty Ann, Esther, Rosalie, and Ben were only four of the 20,000 Indigenous Canadian children taken from their families between 1955 and 1985, to be either adopted into white families or live in foster care. As the four siblings piece together their shared history, their connection deepens, and their family begins to take shape. -website
Notes
MP4
Link
file://dc1serv4/media$/Library%20services/birth%20of%20a%20family/birth%20of%20a%20family.mp4
To view, cut and paste the above link into address bar.
Call No.
WA 320 H876 2016
Location
RIH Library
Online
Loan Policy
21 days
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Force of nature: the David Suzuki movie

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Gunnarsson, Sturla. Washington: Legacy Lecture Productions , 2012. (DVD)
Call No.
HC 79 G976 2012
Location
KGH Library
Author
Gunnarsson, Sturla
Corporate Author
National Film Board of Canada
Place
Washington
Publisher
Legacy Lecture Productions
Pub Date
2012
Physical Description
DVD, 93 min
Format
DVD
Subject
Environmental Sustainability - Green Team
Suzuki, David
Abstract
Force of Nature offers a glimpse into the events that shaped David Suzuki's life and career. The film weaves together scenes from the places and events that shaped Suzuki's life with a filming of his Last Lecture, which he describes as "a distillation of my life and thoughts, my legacy, what I want to say before I die." The DVD also contains a special short film called It Takes a Family, which takes viewers behind the scenes at the David Suzuki Foundation. (taken from the website)
Notes
Library home viewing only
No public performance rights
Call No.
HC 79 G976 2012
Location
KGH Library
Loan Policy
21 days
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National Film Board of Canada. National Film Board of Canada , 2009. (DVD)
Call No.
WB 310 G848 2009
Location
KGH Library
Corporate Author
National Film Board of Canada
Publisher
National Film Board of Canada
Pub Date
2009
Physical Description
Dolby digital 5.3 ; 70 min.
Format
DVD
Subject
Palliative Care - Psychology
Abstract
Tim Wilson' extraordinary portrait of palliative caregiver Stephen Jenkinson and his work.
Call No.
WB 310 G848 2009
Location
KGH Library
Loan Policy
21 days
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Memory adrift: the daily life of four women with Alzheimer's

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Voisard, Pauline. [Montreal]: National Film Board of Canada , 2007. (DVD)
Call No.
WT 155 V897 2007 A/V
Location
RIH Library
Author
Voisard, Pauline
Corporate Author
National Film Board of Canada
Productions VF Inc.
Place
[Montreal]
Publisher
National Film Board of Canada
Pub Date
2007
Physical Description
1 DVD (1 hr. 5 min.)
Format
DVD
Subject
Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer's disease -- Patients -- Canada -- Biography
Alzheimer's disease -- Patients -- Care -- Canada
Abstract
Obéline, Rose, Rolande and Jacqueline look like any other elderly women. But they have Alzheimer's and are progressively losing their memories, independence and clarity. This documentary brings us into the world of these four likeable residents of the Maison Jean-XXIII in Trois-Rivières. Pauline Voisard filmed their everyday lives over two years in this special home where they are encouraged to stay active. Family members, some calm, some anxious, also confide in the filmmaker about their relatives, who, like small children, are living in a perpetual present. In a mixture of dark and light, Memory Adrift tells the story, now comic, now poignant, of these women who have kept their personalities despite their illness. A portrayal that makes us look differently at the victims of this frightening disease. In French with English subtitles.
Notes
French with English subtitles
Call No.
WT 155 V897 2007 A/V
Location
RIH Library
Loan Policy
21 days
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Through a blue lens: documentary

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Mannix, Veronica Alice, director, Kovanic, Gillian Darling, producer, McCrea, Graydon, executive producer. Montre´al: National Film Board of Canada , 1999. (DVD)
Call No.
HV5840.C22 T49 1999 A/V
Location
RIH Library
Author
Mannix, Veronica Alice, director
Kovanic, Gillian Darling, producer
McCrea, Graydon, executive producer
Corporate Author
National Film Board of Canada
Place
Montre´al
Publisher
National Film Board of Canada
Pub Date
1999
Physical Description
1 DVD (52 min) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Format
DVD
Subject
Odd Squad (Vancouver, B.C.)
Vancouver (B.C.) Police Dept.
Narcotic addicts--British Columbia--Vancouver
Public relations--Police--British Columbia--Vancouver
Drug abuse--British Columbia --Vancouver
Drug abuse--Prevention
Homeless persons--British Columbia --Vancouver
Abstract
Constable Al Arsenault, along with six other policemen, began video-documenting the lives of people on their beat to create a powerful educational tool to help prevent drug use among young people. This unique group of officers, who formed a non-profit group dubbed the Odd Squad, resulted in an unusual relationship between the police and addicts in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. The result is a documentary that gives addicts a voice to talk about who they are, and how they got to the streets. Through their participation, they hope to stop others joining their nightmare.
Call No.
HV5840.C22 T49 1999 A/V
Location
RIH Library
Loan Policy
21 days
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The weight of the world: facing obesity

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Whiting, Glynis. [Montreal]: National Film Board of Canada , 2004. (DVD)
Call No.
WD 210 W443 2004 A/V
Location
RIH Library
Author
Whiting, Glynis
Corporate Author
National Film Board of Canada
CBC Nature of Things with David Suzuki
Place
[Montreal]
Publisher
National Film Board of Canada
Pub Date
2004
Physical Description
1 DVD (51 min.)
Format
DVD
Subject
Obesity
Body Weight
Public health
Abstract
It's been called the world's first man-made epidemic, and it's killing us. In this riveting documentary, Dr. Stephan Rossner of Stockholm, an expert on obesity, leads us through startling evidence of how our society has created this toxic environment. Cheaper production, "supersized" fast foods and a $12 billion advertising industry are lethal when mixed with a car-dominated culture, urban sprawl and labour-saving technologies. Although North America is the epicentre of obesity, this disease is being exported worldwide as a by-product of western culture. Infiltrating low-income communities and developing nations, obesity is creating a potentially bankrupt health system
Notes
Closed-captioned
Call No.
WD 210 W443 2004 A/V
Location
RIH Library
Loan Policy
21 days
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What's age got to do with it?: a video about the abuse of older women

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Pryor, Hilary, Blackwell, Judith C. May Street Group | B.C./Yukon Society of Transition Houses , 2003. (DVD, Book)
Call No.
WT 30 P973d 2003
Location
KGH Library
RIH Library
Author
Pryor, Hilary
Blackwell, Judith C.
Corporate Author
National Film Board of Canada
National Clearinghouse on Family Violence (Canada)
Publisher
May Street Group
B.C./Yukon Society of Transition Houses
Pub Date
2003
Physical Description
1 DVD-ROM (13 min., 55 sec.) + 1 study guide
Format
DVD
Book
Subject
Elder Abuse
Notes
Documentary film.
Call No.
WT 30 P973d 2003
Location
KGH Library
RIH Library
Loan Policy
21 days
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