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NOVA, Season 49, Episode 11, Ending HIV in America
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directed by Shayon Maitra, fl. 2022; produced by Caleb Hellerman, fl. 2020, WGBH Educational Foundation, Global Health Reporting Center and Tangled Bank Studios, in NOVA, Season 49, Episode 11 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2022), 53 mins
Almost 40 years after the discovery of HIV, could we be on the verge of ending the AIDS epidemic in America? How did scientists and the public health community tackle one of the most elusive deadly viruses to ever infect humans? Can innovative drugs bring new infections to zero? This is the story of scientific ach...
directed by Shayon Maitra, fl. 2022; produced by Caleb Hellerman, fl. 2020, WGBH Educational Foundation, Global Health Reporting Center and Tangled Bank Studios, in NOVA, Season 49, Episode 11 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2022), 53 mins
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CNN Specials, 4, Saved by the Future, Episode 4
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in CNN Specials, 4 (Atlanta, GA: CNN Newsource Sales, 2021), 23 mins
Doctors and engineers are working on the next generation of healthcare.
in CNN Specials, 4 (Atlanta, GA: CNN Newsource Sales, 2021), 23 mins
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Crash Course Sociology, Health & Medicine
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in Crash Course Sociology (Crash Course Sociology, 2021), 10 mins
Our final unit of Crash Course Sociology is medical sociology. Today we'll explain what it is and get an overview of the role of society in our notions of health and disease.
in Crash Course Sociology (Crash Course Sociology, 2021), 10 mins
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Crash Course Sociology, Population Health
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in Crash Course Sociology (Crash Course Sociology, 2021), 9 mins
We're continuing our unit on health with a discussion of some of the indicators that help us measure health for different populations. We'll also explore three contributors to health disparities: individual factors like genetics, physical factors like pollution, and social factors like stress.
in Crash Course Sociology (Crash Course Sociology, 2021), 9 mins
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Crash Course Sociology, The Structure & Cost of US Health Care
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in Crash Course Sociology (Crash Course Sociology, 2021), 9 mins
In our final episode of Crash Course Sociology we are going to talk about what the health care system in the US looks like, the five A's of health care accessibility, and a couple of contributing factors to the affordability of health care: fee for service care and the structure of our health insurance system whic...
in Crash Course Sociology (Crash Course Sociology, 2021), 9 mins
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Economist Video, How COVID-19 Exposes Systemic Racism In America
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produced by The Economist; interview by John Prideaux, in Economist Video (The Economist, 2021), 9 mins
In America, black people are almost twice more likely to die from covid-19 as white people. Economist journalists explain how the pandemic has illuminated systemic racism in America
produced by The Economist; interview by John Prideaux, in Economist Video (The Economist, 2021), 9 mins
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How to reduce gun violence without taking people’s guns
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presented by Michael J. Dowling (Big Think, 2021), 5 mins
Hospitals often deal with the aftermath of gun violence, but they can play a key role in preventing it.
presented by Michael J. Dowling (Big Think, 2021), 5 mins
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Mysteries of Mental Illness, Episode 1, Evil or Illness
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directed by Peter Yost, fl. 1997-2012; produced by Edna Alburquerque, fl. 2007 and Peter Yost, fl. 1997-2012, Pangloss Films, in Mysteries of Mental Illness, Episode 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2021), 54 mins
Examine ancient conceptions of mental illness and the establishment of psychiatry. Hear contemporary stories of people living with mental illness, including an aspiring astrophysicist with schizophrenia and an Olympics-bound boxer with OCD.
directed by Peter Yost, fl. 1997-2012; produced by Edna Alburquerque, fl. 2007 and Peter Yost, fl. 1997-2012, Pangloss Films, in Mysteries of Mental Illness, Episode 1 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2021), 54 mins
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Mysteries of Mental Illness, Episode 4, New Frontiers
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directed by Peter Yost, fl. 1997-2012; produced by Peter Yost, fl. 1997-2012 and Edna Alburquerque, fl. 2007, Pangloss Films, in Mysteries of Mental Illness, Episode 4 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2021), 54 mins
Explore today’s most cutting-edge treatments, based on the latest understanding of mental illness, through profiles of patients undergoing deep brain stimulation surgery, infusions of ketamine and modern electro-convulsive therapy.
directed by Peter Yost, fl. 1997-2012; produced by Peter Yost, fl. 1997-2012 and Edna Alburquerque, fl. 2007, Pangloss Films, in Mysteries of Mental Illness, Episode 4 (Arlington, VA: Public Broadcasting Service, 2021), 54 mins
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Not Going Quietly
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directed by Nicholas Bruckman, fl. 2008; produced by Amanda Roddy, fl. 2021, Duplass Brothers Productions (New York, NY: Greenwich Entertainment, 2021), 1 hour 35 mins
A rising star in progressive politics and a new father, 32-year-old Ady Barkan’s life is upended when he is diagnosed with ALS. But after a confrontation with powerful Senator Jeff Flake on an airplane goes viral, catapulting him to national fame, Ady and a motley crew of activists ignite a once-in-a-generation...
directed by Nicholas Bruckman, fl. 2008; produced by Amanda Roddy, fl. 2021, Duplass Brothers Productions (New York, NY: Greenwich Entertainment, 2021), 1 hour 35 mins
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