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Contains 8 Results:

A child went forth, 1942

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Scope and Contents Distributed by New York University Film Library. Produced by Joseph Losey and John FernoThis film is a documentary presentation of life at a children's summer camp, showing the children participating in such activities as hammering, building, and painting. The outline of the film's segments is: Poetic exposition of a child's day at a modern (progressive summer camp -- Free to Play (2:26) -- Pool of Perfect Bliss (1:46) -- Hands and Minds at Work (1:13) -- Full of Energy (2:06) --...
Dates: 1942

Airway obstruction: cause and prevention (WF 140 b VC no.6 1970), 1975

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An Official Report of Health Research, Inc. Buffalo, N.Y. Health Research, Inc. and the University of Buffalo.

This program presents the problem of obstruction of the oropharynx by the tongue and soft palate in the unconscious, prone subject through demonstration on the dissected cadaver and with cineroentograms of the upper airways. This program is recommended for medical students, anesthesiologists and emergency medicine practitioners.

Dates: 1975

Amazing newborn (HF7523), 1975

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Produced by Maureen Hack at the Health Sciences Communications Center, Case Western Reserve University

The film presents three normal infants from one to seven days of age who are shown reacting to visual tactile and auditory stimuli and identifies six different organized patterns of behavior, including the quiet alert state and the crying state.

Dates: 1975

Anxiety: concept and manifestations, 1977

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Presented by American Journal of Nursing Co. Educational Services Division.

Course instructors Grayce Sills and Doreen James Wise discuss how anxiety is communicated and developed, how it relates to self-concept, and how its manifestations affect thought processes, biophysiological functioning, perceptual field, and awareness. Methodology for intervention is analyzed.

Dates: 1977

Becoming, 1973

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Scope and Contents Produced by the Department of Communication Stanford University.This film shows a prepared, conscious, cooperative labor and delivery with emphasis on the support of the husband and reactions of the mother to labor and delivery. The husband is present and supportive during delivery. The film also includes instructional sequences explaining cervical dilation and effacement, false vs. true labor, relaxation techniques, exercises to prepare for labor, and breathing patterns to use...
Dates: 1973

Brazelton neonatal assessment scale, Film 1: Introduction, 1973

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Produced by Education Development Center and the Grant Foundation.

T. Berry Brazelton's series on the assessment of infant responses. The film presents the use of the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale in actual examinations and includes a scoring sheet.

Dates: 1973

Brazelton neonatal assessment scale, Film 2: Variations in normal behavior, 1973

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Produced by Education Development Center and the Grant Foundation

T. Berry Brazelton's series on the assessment of infant responses. The film presents the use of the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale in actual examinations and Includes scoring sheet. [The first three minutes of this film are missing.]

Dates: 1973

Brazelton neonatal assessment scale, Film 3: Self-scoring examination, 1973

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Produced by Education Development Center and the Grant Foundation

T. Berry Brazelton's series on the assessment of infant responses. The film presents the use of the Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale in actual examinations and Includes scoring sheet.

Dates: 1973