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To die today: Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross on dying (HF5498), 1972

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Produced by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross discusses her research on the stages of acceptance that dying patients often go through and how health care professionals can support them.

Dates: 1972

*University of Minnesota (Heart Disease Research): The search, 1955

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Scope and Contents Produced by Irving Gitlin, Roy Lockwood, and Robert Milford with CBS Television. Directed by Julian Roffman. Distributed by Young America Films.The film explains the endless hunt by a team of scientists for ways to curb cardiovascular disorders, which kill nearly a million adult Americans annually. The film shows experiments conducted on 500 normal, healthy men from the Minneapolis- St. Paul area. The men are subject to a variety of tests such as running on a treadmill, blood...
Dates: 1955

*Who should survive?, 1971

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Scope and Contents Presented by Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Foundation. Produced and Directed by Werner Schumann for Guggenheim Productions, Inc. Washington, D.C.This film focuses on ethical questions which arise from the increasing effectiveness of modern medicine. It describes the case of a child with Down syndrome, who was born with an intestinal abnormality. Modern medicine could correct the fatal condition, but the parents refused permission for surgery because they did not want the mentally...
Dates: 1971

Working and playing to health (as we see it) (HF1888), 1953

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Scope and Contents Produced by Affiliated Film Producers and The Mental Health Film Board. Released by International Film Bureau. Directed by Willard Van Dyke.The film is set in a state mental institution in central Illinois and presents information and reenactments focusing on the delivery of occupational, recreational, and industrial therapies to help patients. The message: while doctors and nurses are necessary, other kinds of non-medical intervention are also needed for those suffering from...
Dates: 1953

Z-The supervisory grid (Out of Scope for NLM), 1977

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Produced and published by BNA Communications.

This film uses individual vignettes showing effective and ineffective styles of supervision in order to help first and second line supervisors gain a better understanding of the leadership process, become aware of their personal leadership styles, and achieve personal growth through self-development.

Dates: 1977

Z-Two-person communication (2 Parts) (Out of Scope for NLM), 1976

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Produced by BNA Communications, Inc. a subsidiary of the Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.

The film discusses communication as a basic process of organizational management. It uses dramatic vignettes to demonstrate several types of two-person interviewing. The contents include: No. 1 Gathering good information. -- No. 2 Seeking understanding and acceptance. -- No. 3 Building a working team. -- No. 4 Maintaining the organization. -- No. 5 Helping people develop.

Dates: 1976