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Box 3

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Contains 9 Results:

Dubowitz newborn assessment of gestational age (HF9279), 1975

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Produced by Health Sciences Communications Center. Case Western Reserve University.

This film presents a method for assessing a newborn's gestational age via a scoring system based on findings upon physical and neurological examination. Ten neurological signs and ten physical signs are scored according to clearly delineated criteria. The combined total score is used to determine gestational age by relating this score to birth weight.

Dates: 1975

Eye of the beholder, 1953

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Distributed by Stuart Reynolds Productions. Beverly Hills, California. Directed by Felix Feist

In this episode of General Electric Theater, an Emmy-nominated show hosted by Ronald Reagan, the protagonist Mike's (Richard Conte) ambiguous actions, along with their potential for misunderstanding, are examined through the eyes of others.

Dates: 1953

Heredity and pre-natal development (McGraw-Hill Child Development Series) (HF2254), 1950

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Produced by McGraw-Hill Child Development Series

This film explains the role of chromosomes and genes in determining sex and transmitting potential physical and mental characteristics to offspring; describes fertilization of the ovum by the sperm cell; and traces development of the fetus until delivery. The film also stresses the close connection between physical and emotional sensitivity in very young children.

Dates: 1950

Home care: an approach to the treatment of chronic disease, 1955

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Produced by Information Productions, Inc. Presented by Benjamin Rosenthal Foundation, Inc.

This film depicts home care programs as an effective approach in the treatment of patients with chronic disease, and shows the effects of such care on patients with cancer, heart disease, asthma, arthritis, and other chronic conditions.

Dates: 1955

How to observe nursing activities, Parts 1 and 2, 1959

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Scope and Contents Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Public Health Service Presents, A Division of Nursing Resources Production. Produced and narrated under the direction of Apollonia O. Adams. R.N.. M.A. Chief of Nursing Resources.This film is a still image montage explaining how a student nurse can properly shadow and "keenly" observe a resident nurse's activities, record notes, and respond to the problems and situations that a student nurse/observer may encounter. It reviews important...
Dates: 1959

How to save a choking victim: the Heimlich maneuver, 1975

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Produced by Oxford Films.

Dr. Henry J. Heimlich, a leading specialist in esophagus surgery, teaches a simple first-aid procedure that he has devised and which has proven successful in saving the lives of choking victims.

Dates: 1975

Idea with a future, 1962

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From the film library of ANA-NLN film service. Produced and Directed by John P. Hudak. Metrovision Inc. New York City.

This film outlines the process for training nurses at Rockland Community College. It discusses the relatively new program of the associate degree in the nursing field, which is conducted nationally in junior and community colleges.

Dates: 1962

In time of need, 1974

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Produced by Vesting Nurse Service of New York. Directed by Ralph Weisinger.

This film shows the problems of administering home health care in New York City and includes a guest appearance by Kitty Carlisle.

Dates: 1974

Interview with Dr. E. R. Hilgard: Part 1, 1968

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Produced by KUHT Film Production. University of Houston

Dr. Ernest R. Hilgard, Professor of Psychology and Education, Stanford University is interviewed by Dr Richard I. Evans, Professor of Psychology, University of Houston. In Part 1 Hilgard discusses his views on contemporary learning theory, humanistic psychology, and the present status of psychoanalysis.

Dates: 1968