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Box 7

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Contains 7 Results:

OMNI OB/GYN modular nursing instruction: breast examination procedures (1) and OMNI: breast self-examination (2), 1975

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Scope and Contents Produced by Department of Educational Services. Ortho Pharmaceutical Corporation. Raritan, New JerseyThe outline of the film is as follows: submodule 1: Anatomy and physiology of the breast, Submodule 2: Examination procedures, Submodule 3: Breast examination findings: description and classification. "OMNI (Ob/gyn modular nursing instruction) developed by the University of Southern California, School of Medicine, Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Division of Research in Medical...
Dates: 1975

Pathologic laughing and crying: St. Elizabeths Hospital, 1930

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Produced at the Photo Lab at St. Elizabeths Hospital

This silent film shows footage of patients exhibiting pathologic laughing and crying at St. Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, DC.

Dates: 1930

Second chance, 1960

 Item — Box: 7
Scope and Contents Produced by the American Heart AssociationThis films deals with the physical and emotional problems encountered in caring for a stroke patient at home, emphasizing the importance of beginning rehabilitation efforts promptly. It presents the case history of a 63-year-old fireman, to show that his successful rehabilitation depended on the family physician's close supervision, prompt beginning of rehabilitation exercises, and faithful following of the program by the patient, his...
Dates: 1960

Sex and the professional (HF6656), 1975

 Item — Box: 7
Scope and Contents Produced by Herman J. Engel and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.This program establishes the concept that a health professional should be conscious of his own sexuality and how he handles his problems before he adequately and nonemotionally counsels his patients in their sexual problems. The program also points out that the medical students' sexual problems, hang-ups and fears are natural during his educational experience and as long as he realizes this, he can still be...
Dates: 1975

Social development (McGraw-Hill Child Development Series), 1950

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Produced by Crawley Films Limited. Ottawa, Canada for McGraw-Hill Text-Films. The McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.

This film presents an analysis of social behavior at different age levels and the reasons underlying the changes in behavior patterns as the child develops. It emphasizes that while the child must solve their problems at each stage of growth and development, guidance from understanding adults can make the solution easier.

Dates: 1950

Special universe of Walter Krolik (HF8093), 1967

 Item — Box: 7
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Produced by Vision Associates, Inc. for National Tuberculosis Association and Nursing Advisory Service, ANA-NLN.

A tuberculosis patient experiences a wide range of medical and social services during his diagnosis and subsequent treatment in a hospital. A lack of consideration of individual differences among patients, particularly a lack of understanding of Walter Krolik's special universe, compromises the TB treatment program.

Dates: 1967

Stop danger!, 1967

 Item — Box: 7
Scope and Contents Produced by Irving Gitlin Productions, Inc.. Written by Robert P. Goldman. Presented by Easter Seal SocietyThis film outlines the numerous ways children can get hurt by typical household items and situations. It demonstrates many dangerous situations, such as leaving a child unattended in a bathtub or playing catch in a street, and while using readily available items and tools, like matches, scissors, or power tools. Attentive and active parenting is key to instill this sense of...
Dates: 1967