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Antibiotic: Kill or Cure?
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directed by Anders Wåhlmark, fl. 1964; produced by Michael Netterstad, fl. 2013, Meter Television AB (London, England: Electric Sky, 2013), 51 mins
Investigative journalist Donal MacIntyre reveals the shocking truth about MRSA and how society’s misuse of antibiotics and appalling hygiene practices has taken us to the point where certain bacterial infections are virtually unstoppable.
directed by Anders Wåhlmark, fl. 1964; produced by Michael Netterstad, fl. 2013, Meter Television AB (London, England: Electric Sky, 2013), 51 mins
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Dark Side of a Pill
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directed by Poul-Erik Heilbuth and John Goetz, fl. 2013; produced by Thomas Breinholt and Ole Hjortdal (Copenhagen, Capital Region (Denmark): DR Sales, 2013), 59 mins
The Dark Side of a Pill an exclusive, case-driven investigation into the one of the medical success stories of our time. One in ten adults in the Western world is on antidepressants. With global sales of approximately 20 billion dollars, these prescription drugs are among the most lucrative products of the medical...
directed by Poul-Erik Heilbuth and John Goetz, fl. 2013; produced by Thomas Breinholt and Ole Hjortdal (Copenhagen, Capital Region (Denmark): DR Sales, 2013), 59 mins
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Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 4, Issues Related to Genetic Testing
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produced by Stanford University Channel, in Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 4 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2010), 51 mins
As part of the World Congress of Bioethics' conference, this classic program features Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., the American physician-geneticist who is known for his discoveries of disease genes, as well as being the leader of the Human Genome Project (HGP). Although he left the National Human Genome Resea...
produced by Stanford University Channel, in Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 4 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2010), 51 mins
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Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 5, Comparing National Perspectives
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produced by Stanford University Channel, in Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 5 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2010), 53 mins
This program features a panel of international experts on genetics and pediatrics looks at genetic testing in an international context, comparing national perspectives. The panel includes: David R. Cox, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Genetics and Pediatrics, Stanford University, California; Ruth Chadwick, Ph.D., L.L.B,...
produced by Stanford University Channel, in Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 5 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2010), 53 mins
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Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 6, Voices of People at Risk
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produced by Stanford University Channel, in Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 6 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2010), 1 hour 18 mins
This program offers personal perspectives on the serious issue of women who may be at high genetic risk for developing breast cancer. First Stefanie Jeffrey, M.D., Asst. Professor of Surgery at Stanford University addresses questions she hears about genetics from her patients; then Barbara A. Brenner, J.D., the Ex...
produced by Stanford University Channel, in Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 6 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2010), 1 hour 18 mins
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Medication Errors, Episode 2, The Eight Rights in Practice
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directed by Robert Suderman; produced by Classroom Productions, in Medication Errors, Episode 2 (Classroom Productions), 24 mins
This DVD describes in detail each of the Eight Rights of Medication Administration. It presents case studies in which medication errors are made and discusses how these could have been prevented.
directed by Robert Suderman; produced by Classroom Productions, in Medication Errors, Episode 2 (Classroom Productions), 24 mins
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Reaching Teens: Strength-Based Communication Strategies to Build Resilience and Support Healthy Adolescent Development, 295, 50.9 Drugs as Self-medication. Kinsman.
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produced by American Academy of Pediatrics, in Reaching Teens: Strength-Based Communication Strategies to Build Resilience and Support Healthy Adolescent Development, 295 (Illinois: American Academy of Pediatrics, 2014), 1 min
In this video from the "Reaching Teens" series by the American Academy of Pediatrics, Sara B. Kinsman talks about Drugs as Self-medication.
produced by American Academy of Pediatrics, in Reaching Teens: Strength-Based Communication Strategies to Build Resilience and Support Healthy Adolescent Development, 295 (Illinois: American Academy of Pediatrics, 2014), 1 min
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Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 3, The Role of the Biotechnology Industry
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produced by Stanford University Channel, in Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 3 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2010), 57 mins
This program looks at how the private sector has gotten involved in genetic testing for breast cancer susceptibility, addressing moral, legal and social issues. First, Mark Skolnick, Ph.D., the founder of Mryiad Genetics, which is a leading Biopharmaceutical company that develops and tests new drugs for Alzheimer'...
produced by Stanford University Channel, in Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 3 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2010), 57 mins
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Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 7, The Realities of Predicting Breast Cancer Risk 1
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produced by Stanford University Channel, in Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 7 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2010), 1 hour 13 mins
This program addresses a wide range of social and cultural implications of proceeding with making genetic testing for breast cancer susceptibility generally accessible. Introduced by Paul Berg, who was awarded the Nobel Price in Chemistry, the distinguished panel includes: Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., the lead...
produced by Stanford University Channel, in Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 7 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2010), 1 hour 13 mins
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Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 8, The Realities of Predicting Breast Cancer Risk 2
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produced by Stanford University Channel, in Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 8 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2010), 33 mins
This program features Margaret Lock, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology at McGill University, who begins her lecture speaking of the best-selling author Stephen J. Gould, who was diagnosed with a deadly form of cancer, called peritoneal mesothelioma, which affects the abdominal lining. Statistically, the average lif...
produced by Stanford University Channel, in Genetic Testing and Breast Cancer: Moral, Legal and Social Issues, 8 (Derry, NH: Chip Taylor Communications, 2010), 33 mins
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