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AIDS/HIV related Video Tapes

112 A LETTER FROM BRIAN

 PRODUCER: AMERICAN RED CROSS

YEAR: 1987

LENGTH: 29 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, HIGH SCHOOL

DESCRIPTION: Narrated by Michael Warren (Hill Street Blues). This video deals with sexuality and AIDS and stresses the importance of not rushing into sexual intercourse. The focus is on a high school girl who receives a letter from an ex-boyfriend in college explaining that he has AIDS. The rest of the video confronts the fears and lack of knowledge the girl and her new boyfriend have.

 

 114

AIDS: EVERYTHING YOU AND YOUR FAMILY NEED TO KNOW, BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK

 PRODUCER: HBO/STATE FARM LIFE INSURANCE

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 39 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL, ADULT

DESCRIPTION: Presents facts and responses from former U.S. Surgeon General Koop to questions asked during on- the-street interviews. This is a basic HIV information video.

  

116 THE AIDS MOVIE

 PRODUCER: NEW DAY FILMS

YEAR: 1987

LENGTH: 26 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL, ADULT, TEENAGERS

DESCRIPTION: Presents epidemiologic aspects of HIV infection and discusses HIV transmission rates. Recommends condom use (heavy emphasis on condom use), avoiding injectable drug use and sharing of injection drug equipment as prevention measures. Also features three PLWA who discuss what HIV infection has meant in their lives.

  

128 IN THE MIDST OF LIFE

 PRODUCER: FILMS INC.

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 28 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL, HCW, NON-HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS

DESCRIPTION: Documentary on ward 5B of San Francisco General Hospital. This ward cares for AIDS patients only. Doctors, nurses, patients, and support staff talk about their experiences, fears, feelings of loss, and hope as they work with people who are in the final stages of their lives.

  

129 YOUR BIOLOGICAL GUIDE TO AIDS

PRODUCER: FILMS INC., BBC ENTERPRISES

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 25 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL, ADULT

DESCRIPTION: A British news documentary which focuses on transmission of HIV. Explanations are made clear with the use of models of HIV and the skin. Aims to give people sufficient information to judge their own risk of HIV rather than making generalizations.

  

130 PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS IN AIDS

 PRODUCER: CARLE MEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 25 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HCW AND MENTAL HEALTH WORKERS WORKING WITH PLWA.

DESCRIPTION: Clarifies the relationships between medical, psychological, and social issues for people with HIV disease. Suggests stages at which people with HIV disease are most likely to experience problems. Provides interviews with mental health professionals and PLWA.

 

 132 OVERCOMING IRRATIONAL FEAR OF AIDS

 PRODUCER: CARLE MEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS

YEAR: 1987

LENGTH: 22 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS

DESCRIPTION: Video is done in a training format with a teacher speaking to health care providers who deal with AIDS patients. He goes over the fears and anxieties of medical professionals and tells how to deal with these feelings in a rational manner. Video is dated because in 1987 there was not much hope for long term survival for AIDS patients and the video reflects that. There is also no talk about giving AZT to health care workers who are exposed to blood. The video, though, is excellent in the way it deals with the psychological feelings of medical personnel who deal with AIDS patients. It deals openly and honestly about the real concerns of health care providers.

  

137 AIDS: ISSUES FOR MEDICAL GROUPS

 PRODUCER: CENTER FOR RESEARCH IN AMBULATORY HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION (CRAHCA). MEDICAL GROUP MGMT. ASSN.

YEAR: 1987

LENGTH: 60 MINUTES +

AUDIENCE: STAFF OF SMALL MEDICAL PRACTICES/HCW

DESCRIPTION: Video of the Centers for Research in Ambulatory Care Administration national conference. Provides broad overview of HIV information and focuses on issues particular to the health care field, including working with infected patients and the risk of transmission to the HCW. Some of the information is dated.

 

138 TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE/ MOTHER, MOTHER

 PRODUCER: FANLIGHT PRODUCTIONS

YEAR: 1987

LENGTH: 48 MINUTES, 34 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL, FAMILIES, HOSPICE WORKERS AND OTHERS INVOLVED WITH PLWA

DESCRIPTION: A wide scope of issues surrounding HIV infection are discussed. This video tells the story of a young man with AIDS who is not on speaking terms with his mother. The video brings up issues of sensitivity, death and dying, homophobia, and the impact of HIV infection on the family and friends through interviews with mothers of people living with AIDS. This video is an excellent support tool.

 

 139 THE AIDS ANTIBODY TEST

 PRODUCER: SAN FRANCISCO AIDS FOUNDATION/ABBOTT LABORATORIES

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 15 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL, PEOPLE WHO ARE CONSIDERING TESTING

DESCRIPTION: Informative pre-test video. Provides graphic and verbal descriptions of the common routes of HIV transmission and ways to prevent exposure to the virus. Also illustrates virus' effect on the immune system.

 

 143 AIDS IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY

 PRODUCER: CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC)

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 58 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL, AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY

DESCRIPTION: Deals with a variety of issues in the African American community including homosexuality, bisexuality, injectable drug use, women, and adolescents. Some of the information is dated and some generalizations are made. The video is lengthy, but overall very good.

  

146 DON'T FORGET SHERRIE

 PRODUCER: AMERICAN RED CROSS

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 32 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: MULTI-CULTURAL ADOLESCENTS

DESCRIPTION: Dramatizes the impact of HIV infection and its effect on African Americans and urban youth. Focuses on a male high school student who learns that his former girlfriend, who experimented with injectable drugs, has AIDS and is in the hospital. Routes of HIV transmission are discussed as well as prevention methods including: avoidance of injectable drug use and sharing injection drug equipment, sexual abstinence, monogamy, and using condoms with spermicide.

 

 147 AIDS: ANSWERS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

 PRODUCER: CHURCHILL FILMS

YEAR: 1987

LENGTH: 19 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL, MIDDLE/SECONDARY SCHOOL AGE (AGES 11- 14)

DESCRIPTION: This video details virus transmission particularly through contaminated injectable drug needles and unprotected sex. Sexual abstinence is discussed as the only sure way to avoid sexual transmission of HIV. Animation is used to explain how the virus attacks the immune system. Peer educators, a twelve year old child, and health care providers participate in a question and answer session with a seventh grade class concerning HIV infection.

 

 148 EVERYONE CAN AVOID AIDS

 PRODUCER: ETR ASSOCIATES/NETWORK PUBLICATIONS

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 20 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL

DESCRIPTION: This claymation video avoids sexually explicit discussions and stresses abstinence. This video discusses: why HIV is not casually transmitted, how infected blood can enter the body, blood transfusions and donating blood, protection against HIV, fetal transmission of HIV, and how alcohol and drugs affect personal judgement.

 

 

152 I HAVE AIDS: A TEENAGERS STORY

 PRODUCER: MEDIA TECH

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 29 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: SECONDARY AND HIGH SCHOOL, GENERAL ADULT

DESCRIPTION: This video is based on Ryan White's example as a person living with AIDS. He talks to teens in the classroom setting as well as addressing the camera. Easily understood without talking down to the audience.

COMMENTS: Relates well to teens, an excellent video for teenage audiences.

  

156 FACTS FOR TEENS: AIDS IN JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

 PRODUCER: DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 30 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: YOUTH IN CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES

DESCRIPTION: An education/HIV prevention video for incarcerated youth. Gives basic HIV information, including transmission, risk behaviors, and prevention techniques. A discussion guide is included.

  

157 THE BEST DEFENSE

 PRODUCER: INTERMEDIA

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 19 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: INTRAVENOUS DRUG USERS

DESCRIPTION: This video begins with a scene of four people shooting up in someone's kitchen. One person bleaches his needle and syringe before shooting up. Correct bleaching procedure is demonstrated for cleaning injectable drug use equipment. Safer sex is also discussed and examples of condom usage are shown through footage from updated 1940s newsreels to press home the messages in an entertaining way. The last segment shows interviews with people who have tested HIV positive. These individuals reinforce messages about how the virus is spread through sharing needles or having unprotected sex with someone who has shared needles.

 

158 IT'S NOT JUST HEARING AIDS: DEAF PEOPLE AND THE EPIDEMIC

 PRODUCER: DEAF COMMUNICATIONS FOUNDATION

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 60 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: ADULT HEARING IMPAIRED

DESCRIPTION: HIV education and prevention messages for the hearing impaired. Discusses psychosocial issues, prevention techniques, and disease description as well as HIV issues important to the hearing impaired.

  

159 EATING DEFENSIVELY: FOOD SAFETY ADVICE FOR PLWA

 PRODUCER: NATIONAL AIDS INFORMATION CLEARINGHOUSE (NAIC)

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 15 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: PLWA AND HCW

DESCRIPTION: This video outlines steps to be taken by persons infected with HIV to avoid exposure to food- borne pathogens such as salmonella and listeria, which can lead to gastroenteritis, diarrhea, and meningitis. It includes discussion on how to handle foods in the home and also how to eat safely in restaurants. This recording urges people living with AIDS and HIV infection to use these precautions.

  

160 DEAF MOSAIC: LIVING WITH AIDS

 PRODUCER: GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 28 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: ADULT HEARING IMPAIRED

DESCRIPTION: This video presents concise information on HIV infection and AIDS as well as information concerning psychosocial issues and concerns specific to the hearing impaired.

 

 161 AIDS IS ABOUT SECRETS

 PRODUCER: CHILD WELFARE LEAGUE OF AMERICA

YEAR: 1990

LENGTH: 37 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: ADULTS, AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN, WOMEN

DESCRIPTION: In soap opera style, this video presents accurate HIV information in a clear, concise, non- threatening manner. Includes discussion of injectable drug use and sexual intercourse as modes of transmission. Emphasis placed on self esteem issues and importance of communication between sexual partners. Alternatives to unsafe behaviors (i.e. condom use, cleaning injection needles with bleach, and drug detoxification). Information about testing is also included. Concludes with a problem solving session that recaps all the basic HIV information in a positive and informative manner.

  

162 FACE TO FACE WITH AIDS

 PRODUCER: SELECT MEDIA

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 31 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: LATINO (15-ADULT)

DESCRIPTION: The soap opera format is used to make the connection between high risk behavior and contracting HIV infection for Latino teenagers and adults. This is the story of a teen (Ana), her family and friends, and how they have to confront AIDS for the first time through the illness of Ana's father. Through Ana's experience, viewers explore common misconceptions about HIV infection and gain factual knowledge about HIV transmission. Questions about sex, drugs, and HIV infection are answered by a peer counselor at the local clinic.

  

163 WOMEN AND AIDS

 PRODUCER: GAY MENS HEALTH CRISIS (GMHC)

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 28 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: WOMEN'S HCW, WOMEN

DESCRIPTION: Explores the underlying issues of how HIV infection highlights problems such as racism, sexism, child care, and lack of adequate health care for women.

 

164 WOMEN AND AIDS: A SURVIVAL KIT

 PRODUCER: UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA EXTENSION MEDIA CENTER

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 26 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: ADULT WOMEN, MULTI-ETHNIC, COLLEGE CLASSES

DESCRIPTION: Documentary and vignette styles are used to present medical, psychosocial, and emotional aspects of HIV infection and AIDS for women. Interwoven throughout this video are vignettes of women and their partners discussing the need to protect themselves from infection. These vignettes are role-model examples of effective negotiation skills.

  

165 VIDA (ENGLISH AND SPANISH VERSIONS)

 PRODUCER: AIDS FILMS

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 18 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: ADULT LATINAS, WOMEN

DESCRIPTION: A story about Elsie, a single mother who learns that her female neighbor is sick with HIV infection. This video chronicles Elsie's denial about HIV and her new sense of urgency about practicing safer sex. Elsie overcomes her fear of losing her new partner if she insists they use condoms. This video illustrates the powerful role women can play in supporting each other's changes in sexual behavior and attitudes toward people with HIV infection.

  

166 ONE OF OUR OWN

 PRODUCER: DARTNELL CORPORATION

YEAR: 1987

LENGTH: 30 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: WORKPLACE, "WHITE COLLAR" MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEES

DESCRIPTION: This video is designed to assist in formulating corporate policies on HIV infection and AIDS. Discussion is included on what HIV infection is, and the ways it can and cannot be spread. Helps organizations become aware of their legal and ethical obligations to infected workers.

  

167 COMMON THREADS:STORIES FROM THE QUILT

 PRODUCER: HBO

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 80 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL PUBLIC

DESCRIPTION: This documentary details the lives of several individuals whose names appear on The Names Project quilt through narration and stories told by loved ones. Very powerful film, done in a manner to highlight the impact HIV infection has had on a national level and on a personal level.

  

170 ANSWERS ABOUT AIDS

 PRODUCER: AMERICAN RED CROSS

YEAR: 1987

LENGTH: 20 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

DESCRIPTION: Former Surgeon General Koop discusses HIV infection and AIDS with high school students in a question and answer format. Abstinence is encouraged and condoms are discussed.

 

 171 WORKING BEYOND FEAR

 PRODUCER: AMERICAN RED CROSS

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 41 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL, ADULTS

DESCRIPTION: Describes what AIDS is, how HIV is transmitted, how people deal with it. Emphasizes the importance of understanding HIV infection in eliminating hysteria/fear. Disease is seen as a disease and not a stigma. No extensive discussion on prevention or safer sex.

  

172 WORKING BEYOND FEAR DISCUSSION VIDEO

PRODUCER: AMERICAN RED CROSS

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 22 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL, ADULTS, WORKPLACE

DESCRIPTION: This video is a series of roleplays done by professional actors presenting a variety of ways HIV infection is brought up and dealt with in the workplace. Allows time for discussion between role plays. Role plays vary in quality.

  

173 AIDS: LETS TALK

PRODUCER: NEW DIMENSION MEDIA, INC.

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 16 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL AGE

DESCRIPTION: This video defines AIDS through use of "muppet"-like puppets. Information is included regarding HIV transmission, non-transmissibility through casual contact, and spends time reassuring kids that it is OK to be friends with kids who have HIV infection.

  

175 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES (STD)

 PRODUCER: FILMS FOR THE HUMANITIES & SCIENCES

YEAR: 1987

LENGTH: 19 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE

DESCRIPTION: This video examines the STD epidemic and focuses on chlamydia, herpes, and venereal warts. Prevention and early detection are strongly emphasized. The program explains the complications from infection, including infertility, tubal pregnancy, and infections in babies.

 

176 GONORRHEA/CHLAMYDIA

 PRODUCER: MEDFACT-NIMCO

YEAR: 1986

LENGTH: 7 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: TEENAGE, ADULT, HEALTH CARE SETTING

DESCRIPTION: This video covers information on gonorrhea including: symptoms in men and women, complications of untreated infection, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), and disseminated infections. Gonorrhea treatment and resistance to some antibiotics are covered. A test of cure is recommended in case of a resistant strain. Information on chlamydia including: symptoms, complications for men and women, treatment and non- specific infections.

 

 178 BEYOND FEAR 1988 REVISION

 PRODUCER: AMERICAN RED CROSS

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 30 MINUTES OR 60 MINUTES (THREE SEGMENTS)

AUDIENCE: GENERAL, ADULT

DESCRIPTION: This video consists of three parts: The Virus- using computer-generated graphics, illustrates how HIV infects and destroys T-cells. Modes of transmission, risky behavior, testing and some effects of the virus are explored. The second part, The Individual- explores the effects of HIV disease on several individuals with different risks. The third component: The Community explores problems posed to communities by HIV disease and shows how some communities are attempting to meet the needs of both patients and the public. Also addressed are medical, social, and psychological support for AIDS patients and information needs of the public.

  

180 CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE

 PRODUCER: KCRA-TV, SACRAMENTO, CA.

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 26 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: ASIAN ADULTS

DESCRIPTION: An excellent special report discussing the effect of HIV infection on the Asian community. Focuses on cultural issues and HIV infection rates worldwide and in the U.S. Presents both positive and negative aspects of the Asian - American culture in regards to HIV infection.

  

181 GAYS IN THE 90'S

 PRODUCER: CHANNEL 9, KUSA DENVER YEAR: 1990

LENGTH: 25 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: ANYONE WORKING WITH GAYS AND LESBIANS

DESCRIPTION: A news reporter leads the viewer through a series of real life interviews with gay men and lesbians and their parents. The information offers an excellent basic introduction to gay and lesbian lifestyles.

 

 182 AIDS AND THE NATIVE AMERICAN FAMILY

 PRODUCER: UPSTREAM PRODUCTIONS

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 11 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: NATIVE AMERICANS AND THOSE PROVIDING CARE TO NATIVE AMERICANS.

DESCRIPTION: As one of the first videos to have a personal focus on the family, AIDS and the Native American Family addresses people's needs for cultural and family support. This often overlooked part of treatment is coupled with preventative HIV information for all ages. Information from the Centers for Disease Control is included along with statistical data. Indian philosophy is interwoven in a way which benefits patients, health care providers, and everyone interested in an informative and less sterile approach to HIV infection.

  

183 THE PSYCHOLOGY OF TREATING PATIENTS WITH HIV DISEASE

 PRODUCER: BURROUGHS WELCOME

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 30 minutes

AUDIENCE: MENTAL HEALTH CARE AND HCW WORKING WITH PATIENTS WHO ARE HIV INFECTED.

DESCRIPTION: This video discusses some of the important psychological manifestations of HIV disease and how to assist with them. Discussion includes depression and anxiety, their causes, symptoms, and how to combat them.

 

 184 CONGENITAL SYPHILIS

 PRODUCER: CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL

YEAR: 1990

LENGTH: 90 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HEALTH CARE WORKERS, PHYSICIANS, CLINICIANS

DESCRIPTION: Dr. Paul Zenker addresses STD Program Managers to discuss the new surveillance definition of congenital syphilis.

  

185 HIV ANTIBODY TEST COUNSELING SESSIONS

 PRODUCER: CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL

YEAR: 1991

LENGTH: 30 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: PERSONS WHO DO PRE-TEST HIV COUNSELING

DESCRIPTION: A very good training tool for people who do pre-test counseling. Covers all areas that should be covered in an ideal pre-test counseling session.

  

188 THE MANAGEMENT OF HIV DISEASE

 PRODUCER: CABLEVISION

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 37 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS

DESCRIPTION: Panel of HIV positive patients discuss what it felt like to be told that they were positive, discussion of experimental drug therapies, adverse side effects to these therapies, etc.

  

189 SEX, DRUGS AND HIV

 PRODUCER: ODN PRODUCTIONS

YEAR: 1991

LENGTH: 18 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL, GENERAL POPULATION

DESCRIPTION: Updated version of award winning video "Sex, Drugs and AIDS" with host Rae Dawn Chong. New material includes distinction between HIV infection and AIDS, emphasis on risk behaviors rather than "risk groups", and profiles of teens and adults who are HIV positive but don't have AIDS. Also includes material dispelling myths, explaining how the virus is and is not transmitted, and modeling safer behavior.

  

190 THE SUBJECT IS: HIV

 

PRODUCER: ODN PRODUCTIONS

YEAR: 1991

LENGTH: 16 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL, YOUNG ADULT

DESCRIPTION: This video is very similar to "Sex, Drugs and HIV" (See description above), but has different role-play scenes showing teens discussing abstinence and safer sex.

 

 191 DYING FOR LOVE: WOMEN AND AIDS

 PRODUCER:

YEAR: 1987

LENGTH: 50 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL WOMEN

DESCRIPTION: This video explores the lives of five women who are HIV infected and how being infected has changed their lives, the lives of their families, their children, and their friends. Very good for organizations working with women.

  

192 ARE YOU WITH ME?

 PRODUCER: SELECT MEDIA

YEAR: 1990

LENGTH: 18 MINUTE

AUDIENCE: WOMEN OF COLOR

DESCRIPTION: Video includes a discussion guide and features an African-American mother and daughter facing the fact that AIDS might indeed effect them after a friend of the daughter dies of AIDS. Effective illustration of some likely problems faced by women and ways to incorporate condom usage.

 

 193 AN EPIDEMIC OF FEAR: AIDS IN THE WORKPLACE

 PRODUCER: SAN FRANCISCO AIDS FOUNDATION

YEAR: 1987 UPDATE

LENGTH: 27 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL WORKPLACE

DESCRIPTION: This video features short interviews with a variety of people (male, female, and of different cultures) who are living with ARC or AIDS, and relates their varying experiences in the workplace. Emphasizes that the virus is not spread through casual contact. A bit dated and slow-paced, but interviews are real and effective.

  

194 OTHER FACES OF AIDS

 PRODUCER: MARYLAND PUBLIC TELEVISION

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 60 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: PEOPLE OF COLOR, THOSE WORKING WITH PEOPLE OF COLOR

DESCRIPTION: This video takes a hard look at the rapid growth of HIV infection in communities of color, investigating eight cities and the response to HIV infection in their communities. These cities include New York, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, and Washington D.C. The program utilizes interviews and commentary, and focuses discussion on reasons why, despite extensive media campaigns, the message may not be getting out.

  

195 FIGHTING FOR OUR LIVES: WOMEN CONFRONTING AIDS

 PRODUCER: CENTER FOR WOMEN POLICY STUDIES

YEAR: 1990

LENGTH: 29 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: WOMEN OF COLOR, GENERAL WOMEN

DESCRIPTION: This excellent video covers a variety of women's issues related to HIV disease through a mix of women living with HIV, community activists, health care workers, family members, and narration. Addresses HIV amongst women of color, includes women of a great variety of cultures, addresses issues for urban and rural women, and showcases several successful community outreach and educational programs, such as beauty salons, street outreach, and establishment of a women's health center on a reservation.

  

196 NOT US

 PRODUCER: THE MEDIA GROUP, INC.

YEAR: 1992

LENGTH: 35:45 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: ADOLESCENTS

DESCRIPTION: A group of teen friends come to an understanding of STDs and HIV, and their risks when a friend develops AIDS. Confronts issues including casual transmission, risk behaviors and risk reduction through condom use.

  

197 CONDOM NEGOTIATION SKILLS FOR HEALTH CARE WORKERS

 PRODUCER: THE MEDIA GROUP, INC.

YEAR: 1992

LENGTH: 18:20 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HCW

DESCRIPTION: This video uses role play models to demonstrate to health HCW, techniques for initiating discussions with patients about proper condom use and negotiating skills to use condoms. Discussion guide available.

  

198 FAMILY PLANNING/TALKING ABOUT AIDS

 PRODUCER: THE REGIONAL TRAINING CENTER FOR FAMILY PLANNING EMORY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

YEAR: 1992

LENGTH: 24:52 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HEALTH CARE COUNSELORS; HEALTH EDUCATORS

DESCRIPTION: Offers four roleplay vignettes between family planning staff and clients who are at risk of STD/HIV infection for various reasons. Addresses risk assessment, pregnancy with HIV risk, and counseling for risk reduction. Discussion guide available.

  

199 ABSOLUTELY POSITIVE

 PRODUCER: ADAIR AND ARMSTRONG

YEAR: 1991

LENGTH: 90 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL, ADULT, H.S., CARE PROVIDERS, PWA'S

DESCRIPTION: Excellent video documentary interviewing eleven individuals who have tested HIV positive. Describes their experiences learning that they were positive, how they dealt with their interpersonal relationships, plans, goals friends and family members. Looks closely at psychosocial dynamics.

  

200 AMERICA RESPONDS TO AIDS: a PROGRAM PERSPECTIVE

 PRODUCER: CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL

YEAR:

LENGTH: 13 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: MEDIA PLANNERS, CBO'S, AIDS SERVICE PROVIDERS

DESCRIPTION: Program perspective of the America Responds to AIDS media campaign. Provides rationale for the various components of this media project.

  

201 WOMEN AND AIDS: A GROWING PROBLEM

 PRODUCER: ALFRED HIGGINS PRODUCTIONS

YEAR: UNKNOWN

LENGTH: 21 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: WOMEN, ADOLESCENTS

DESCRIPTION: Alerts women and teens of increasing risk for HIV infection as epidemic grows. Covers transmission, prevention, abstinence and use of condoms. Encourages viewer to evaluate his/her own risk factors.

  

202 TOO FAR, TOO FAST

 PRODUCER: FILM IDEAS, INC.

YEAR: UNKNOWN

LENGTH: 26 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GRADES 9 - 12

DESCRIPTION: Covers issues surrounding teen relationships including teen sexuality, teen pregnancy and teen concerns around sexually transmitted diseases. Presents true to life situations and depicts their resolution.

  

204 COUNSELING CHALLENGES IN EARLY HIV INTERVENTION

 PRODUCER: WELLCOME EDUCATIONAL SERVICES YEAR: UNKNOWN

LENGTH: 15 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HIV PREVENTION COUNSELORS, HIV/AIDS CARE PROVIDERS

DESCRIPTION: Details some of the challenges in HIV prevention counseling for early intervention. Divided into four sections; living with HIV, roles and tasks of key players in early intervention, social support systems and self-care for counselors.

  

214 MANAGING RECURRENT GENITAL HERPES

 PRODUCER: ZC-YO5647 TRT

LENGTH: 11 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: PEOPLE WITH HERPES AND THOSE WHO TREAT HERPES

DESCRIPTION: Doctors discuss current management and treatment options, addressing questions of asymptomatic shedding and recognizing the importance of partnership with patient.

  

215 PSYCHO-SOCIAL CONSIDERATIONS IN MANAGING GENITAL HERPES

 PRODUCER: BURROUGHS WELLCOME

YEAR: 1991

LENGTH: 15 MINUTES AND 30 SECONDS

AUDIENCE: PEOPLE WITH AND HEALTH CARE/SOCIAL WORKERS WHO DEAL WITH HERPES

DESCRIPTION: Marcus Conant, MD, a general medicine specialist and clinical professor at the University of California medical school in San Francisco introduces this video featuring three people who have herpes. The people comment on the social impact of Herpes in their lives with advice from doctors on being sensitive when talking to patients.

  

216 HERPES VIRUSES: THE NEW CURRICULUM

 PRODUCER: BURROUGHS WELLCOME

YEAR: 1991

LENGTH: 15 MINUTES AND 30 SECONDS

AUDIENCE: HEALTH CARE WORKERS

DESCRIPTION: Doctors address psycho-social issues when diagnosing genital herpes using case histories.

  

217 CONSIDERING CONDOMS

 PRODUCER: NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION

LENGTH: 14 MINUTES AND 46 SECONDS

AUDIENCE: GENERAL

DESCRIPTION: An educational video developed by the NEA encouraging the use of condoms for sexually active people to help prevent sexually transmitted diseases.

  

221 PLAYING IT SAFE: PROTECTION: WHAT EVERY WOMAN NEEDS TO KNOW

 PRODUCER: Searle, Projects in Knowledge, Inc. YEAR: 1992

LENGTH: 28 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: ADULT WOMEN

DESCRIPTION: Introduction by Valerie Bertinelli. Film depicts a host of a radio call-in show giving advice to women. Host is well-educated about protecting women financially but doesn't know how to respond to questions about STDs. She gets an expert on the show to find answers. Subplot shows the woman dealing with tough questions in a personal relationship in discussing condom use and sexual history.

 

 222 UNDERSTANDING THE DISEASE

 PRODUCER: Glaxco Wellcome

YEAR: 1995

LENGTH: 13 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL POPULATION

DESCRIPTION: Bi-lingual presentation in English and Spanish discussing how the HIV virus works in the body. Discusses T- Cell counts and viral load. Uses animation showing how disease progresses in the body. Has various people from different ethnic backgrounds who are HIV infected discuss HIV.

  

223 HATE, HOMOPHOBIA AND SCHOOLS

 PRODUCER: Newist (CESA 7 television, Green Bay, WI)

YEAR: 1995

LENGTH; 58 MINUTES AND 1 SECOND

AUDIENCE: TEACHERS AND TEENS

DESCRIPTION: An hour long television program that addresses issues related to homosexuality, bisexuality and teens. Designed around a forum of approximately 60 gay and non- gay, some anti-homosexual, youth and adults discussing what it is like to grow up gay. A high school principal in Green Bay, WI discusses the school's non-harassment and diversity policy.

 

 224 SPEARHEAD "POSITIVE"

 PRODUCER: CAPITOL RECORDS

YEAR: 1995

LENGTH: 60 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: YOUTH, ESPECIALLY AFRICAN-AMERICANS

DESCRIPTION: Michael Franti of the musical group Spearhead wrote a song about the prospect of being HIV "Positive". The song is depicted on this video and encourages listeners to get tested. The song was also the title music on General Hospital.

 

 225 THE 1995 WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON HIV/AIDS

 PRODUCER: SATELLITE TRANSMISSION FROM THE WHITE HOUSE

YEAR: 1995

LENGTH: 2 HOURS

AUDIENCE: GENERAL

DESCRIPTION: The first White House Conference on AIDS with President Bill Clinton and several of his staff discussing issues with HIV/AIDS activists and experts throughout the country. This two hour segment from the conference features discussion of reports summarized from several workshops held earlier in the conference. Workshops included: Primary Care & Benefits, Science, Housing, Research, Biomedical,Prevention, Substance Abuse,Discrimination and International issues.

  

226 IS AZT RIGHT FOR ME? (ENGLISH VERSION)

 PRODUCER: BURROUGHS WELLCOME

YEAR: 1995

AUDIENCE: PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV

DESCRIPTION: A discussion about the pros and cons of AZT.

  

228 HIV AND AIDS

 PRODUCER: PYRAMID FILM AND VIDEO

YEAR: 1992

LENGTH: 33 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL

DESCRIPTION: Excellent AIDS 101 type of video. Gives an overview of HIV including: transmission, biology, disease, tests, treatments, vaccination, prevention, precautions for travelers and testing.

 

 229 NOT ME: INNOCENCE IN THE TIME OF AIDS

 PRODUCER: PYRAMID FILM AND VIDEO

YEAR: 1993

LENGTH: 38 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: YOUTH/GENERAL

DESCRIPTION: Six HIV infected teens/young adults talk about finding out they had HIV, their risk factors including: unprotected sex and IV drug use. The six answer questions from other youth. One of the six youth depicted had died of AIDS before the filming was completed.

 

 230 SAFE FOR LIFE

 PRODUCER: SVEND JOHANSEN/ MEDIA GUILD; BY ETR ASSOCIATES

LENGTH: 10 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HIGH SCHOOL/ JR. COLLEGE/ COLLEGE YOUTH

DESCRIPTION: Animation and upbeat music used to stress the importance of safer sex in preventing HIV and other STDs. Features a talking condom that tries to convince a reluctant teen to use it. Effective use of humor to get message across but cartoon drawings may be too explicit for some parents.

 

 231 ALONE TOGETHER

 PRODUCER: FANLIGHT PRODUCTIONS/ STEVEN OKAZAKI

LENGTH: 18 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: YOUNG ADULTS/TEENS

DESCRIPTION: A documentary in which several young adults from various backgrounds discuss being HIV positive and their feelings about being infected and how they got infected. All the young adults were infected in their teens and give a powerful message to teens to have safer sex.

 

 232 NEGOTIATING SAFER SEX

 PRODUCER: AIDS IMPACT, INC.

YEAR: 1992

LENGTH: 10 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: YOUNG ADULTS AND TEENS/GENERAL

DESCRIPTION: A young woman gives a step by step approach in negotiating safer sex through role plays with a young man pressuring her to have sex. The video stresses having a plan before getting intimate, focusing on the problem and not the person, offering options including saying no and using condoms, and finding mutually satisfying solutions.

  

233 HOPE FOR THE FUTURE: CONFRONTING HIV IN CHILDREN

 PRODUCER: FANLIGHT PRODUCTIONS AIMS MEDIA VISTA/ DAVID HUNT

YEAR: 1993

LENGTH: 15 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH HIV AND THOSE WHO WORK WITH HIV CHILDREN

DESCRIPTION: Emphasizes hope for HIV infected children to lead near normal lives. Four families who have children infected with HIV are interviewed and family members talk about their hopes and fears. A doctor, nurse and social worker are also interviewed. The focus is placed on keeping the children healthy and happy. Real hope is given and advances in HIV treatments are highlighted.

 

 234 THE NEXT STEP: HIV IN THE 90'S

 PRODUCER: SAN FRANCISCO AIDS FOUNDATION/ IMPACT AIDS

YEAR: 1989

LENGTH: 30 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: Employers

DESCRIPTION: Depicts three companies with model HIV

policies. Stresses the importance of HIV education for managers as well as employees. Stresses the need for confidentiality, treating HIV like other chronic diseases, keeping benefits, and grief counseling. Also discussed reasonable accommodation under the ADA disabilities guidelines and the difference between good programs and no programs.

 

 235 IN OUR OWN WORDS: TEENS AND AIDS

 PRODUCER: MEDIA WORKS, INC.

YEAR: 1995

LENGTH: 30 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: Teens

DESCRIPTION: Real life stories of five young people infected with the HIV virus. Each tell their stories of how they got infected, personal reactions to finding out their positive status and the reactions of others. Two of the young people featured have since died of AIDS.

  

236 SPEAKING FOR OURSELVES: PORTRAITS OF GAY AND LESBIAN YOUTH

 PRODUCER: INTERMEDIA, INC.

YEAR: 1994

LENGTH: 27 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GAY AND LESBIAN YOUTH AND THEIR FAMILIES

DESCRIPTION: Gay and lesbian youth discuss their lives as gay people and the reactions of others; especially parents. These reactions range from understanding to the young people being thrown out of their homes. Discrimination against gay youth is discussed and the resultant effect this discrimination has on the gay youth including greater incidence of: suicide, hate crimes, prostitution and drug use.

 

 237 NOT A SIMPLE STORY/OUT IN SILENCE

 PRODUCER: FEAR OF DISCLOSURE PROJECT

YEAR: 1994

LENGTH: 37 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: ASIAN-AMERICANS

DESCRIPTION: This video is divided into two segments that deal with HIV/AIDS in the Asian-American community. Not a Simple Story depicts a young Asian-American mother who contracted the virus from her husband who died of AIDS. She tells her story and how she never realized that Asians could contract AIDS. Out in Silence depicts a young gay male with HIV who is now trying to educate other Asian- Americans about HIV. He tells of the huge role that silence plays in the Asian culture.

 

238 BAILEY HOUSE: TO LIVE AS LONG AS YOU CAN

 PRODUCER: FEAR OF DISCLOSURE PROJECT

LENGTH: 55 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HOSPICE WORKERS AND OTHERS WHO CARE FOR TERMINAL AND/OR HOMELESS PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM AIDS

DESCRIPTION: Film tells the story of the establishment of a homeless people suffering from AIDS in New York along the Hudson River. The home was converted from a former hotel. The film is a very touching presentation of the problems of homelessness and the care of terminal AIDS patients.

 

 239 AIDS: THE REALITY AND THE DREAM

 PRODUCER: CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL

LENGTH: 27 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: TEENS/ESPECIALLY MINORITY YOUTH

DESCRIPTION: A series of role plays by minority youth depicting young people who have been diagnosed with HIV. Role plays include interactions between the HIV positive young person and a doctor, a friend, a boyfriend and parents.

 

 240 THE FORGOTTEN PEOPLE: LATINAS WITH AIDS

 PRODUCER: CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL

YEAR: 1990

LENGTH: 29 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: HISPANIC WOMEN (LATINAS)

DESCRIPTION: Depicts Latinas with AIDS in Chicago and other large cities. Shows the large role that IV drug use has in the spread of HIV/AIDS among Latinas. Depicts women who have contracted HIV by sharing needles, having sex with men who use needles and prostitution.

 

 241 PROJECT ACTION: THE TIME FOR ACTION

 PRODUCER: EXCERPTS FROM A CABLE TV PROGRAM

YEAR: 1993

LENGTH: 30 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: TEENS

DESCRIPTION: Role plays by youth show practical ways of avoiding HIV infection. Role plays include learning how to say no to sex, the importance of using latex condoms when having sex and includes a condom demonstration. Film tells why it is important to educate young people about HIV.

  

242 INFERTILITY: A FOCUS ON STRATEGIES FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CHLAMYDIA

 PRODUCER: PUBLIC HEALTH TRAINING NETWORK VIDEO CONFERENCE YEAR: NOVEMBER 8, 1995

LENGTH: 1 HOUR, 20 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: CLINICS AND MEDICAL FACILITIES THAT TREAT CHLAMYDIA

DESCRIPTION: Designed to provided the latest information on the prevention and treatment of Chlamydia trachomatis, the most common bacterial sexually transmitted disease in the United States.

  

243 CONFERENCE ABOUT CHLAMYDIA: JANUARY 1996

 PRODUCER: DENVER STD/HIV PREVENTION TRAINING CENTER

YEAR: JANUARY 1996

LENGTH: 4 HOURS

AUDIENCE: PHYSICIANS, PHYSICIAN'S ASSISTANTS, REGISTERED NURSES AND ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSES, LABORATORIANS AND OTHER HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS WHO ARE INVOLVED IN THE DIAGNOSIS MANAGEMENT, TREATMENT AND PREVENTION OF STD.

DESCRIPTION: Didactic course covering epidemiology, clinical management, diagnostic testing and prevention strategies of Chlamydia infections.

 

 244 CASE STUDIES IN STDS & HIV: PRIMARY CARE ISSUES JANUARY 1996

 PRODUCER: CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC) TELECONFERENCE

YEAR: MAY 30, 1996

LENGTH: 3 HOURS

AUDIENCE: EDUCATORS & MEDICAL PERSONNEL IN THE STD/HIV FIELD.

DESCRIPTION: A teleconference that discusses the issues surrounding primary care for people infected with HIV and other STDs.

  

245 ESSENTIALS OF MANAGED CARE: IMPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC HEALTH

 PRODUCER: CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC) TELECONFERENCE

YEAR: JUNE 28, 1996

LENGTH: 4 HOURS

AUDIENCE: EDUCATORS, ADMINISTRATORS & MEDICAL PERSONNEL IN THE PUBLIC HEALTH

DESCRIPTION: A teleconference that discusses managed care issues and the implications this may have for public heath.

 

 246 UP A NEW ROPE

 PRODUCER: NEWIST/CESA #7 GREEN BAY, WI

YEAR: 1992

LENGTH: 14 MINUTES AND 35 SECONDS

AUDIENCE: GEARED MORE FOR ADULTS, ESPECIALLY IV DRUG USERS; CAN BE USED FOR PEOPLE IN LATE TEENS, EXCELLENT FOR INMATES DESCRIPTION: Real life stories of several HIV infected men who tell of their experiences shooting up and having unprotected sex.

  

247 MY BODY'S MY BUSINESS

 PRODUCER: LIBRA FILMS, DIRECTED BY VIVIAN KLEIMAN

YEAR: 1992

LENGTH: 16 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: SEX WORKERS and HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS

DESCRIPTION: Real life stories from 10 sex workers in the bay area of California who stress the need to protect themselves. Frank discussion and language is used. Emphasizes using condoms and demonstrates how to use condoms so that customers don't know they are using condoms. Should be used for very specific audiences and not in schools.

 

 248 HIV, PREGNANCY AND AZT: YOUR HEALTH, YOUR BABY, YOUR DECISION

 PRODUCER: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

YEAR: 1995

LENGTH: 9 MINUTES AND 45 SECONDS

AUDIENCE: PREGNANT WOMEN

DESCRIPTION: Gives a brief but good overall discussion about the role of AZT for pregnant women with HIV. Emphasizes good prenatal care and women having their own choice on whether to use AZT. Urges women to get information from their medical provider as well as HIV counseling.

 

 249 RESPECT YOURSELF, PROTECT YOURSELF: CDC PUBLIC SERVICE 1996

 PRODUCER: CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION

YEAR: 1996

LENGTH: 12 PSAs totaling 5 Minutes and 30 seconds

AUDIENCE: TEENAGERS AND YOUNG ADULTS

DESCRIPTION: Public service announcements (PSAs) featuring teens discussing sexually transmitted diseases and how to prevent them. Messages range in length from 15 seconds to 1 minute. Give messages about abstinence, condoms, alcohol and drugs and responsibility. Primarily for local health departments, community based organizations and others for public information programs.

 

 251 ADDICTION & AIDS:

 PRODUCER: HILLCREST FOUNDATION, DALLAS, TEXAS

YEAR: 1988

LENGTH: 56 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL PUBLIC, HIGH-RISK FAMILIES/YOUTH AND TREATMENT AND PREVENTION PROFESSIONALS

DESCRIPTION: First section address addictions through personal testimony- describes the why, how, and recovery. The second section is about various issues related to AIDS and features interviews with PWA’s, women and care providers.

  

252 MANAGING OUR MIRACLES: HEALTH CARE IN AMERICA

 PRODUCER: PBS

YEAR: 1986

LENGTH: 59 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL PUBLIC

DESCRIPTION: Various political leaders including (Gingrich, Koch, Koop, Levi, Waxman) discuss AIDS related issues including needle exchange, sex ed, safer sex vs.abstinence.

 

 253 AFTER GOODBYE: AN AIDS STORY

 PRODUCER: PBS

YEAR: 1993

LENGTH: 56 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL PUBLIC, HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND PEOPLE WITH AIDS.

DESCRIPTION: Powerful personal stories about members of the Turtle Creek chorale in Texas which has lost 60 of 200 members to AIDS.

  

254 AIDS FIGHTERS

 PRODUCER: PBS

YEAR: 1991

LENGTH: 28 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL PUBLIC, YOUTH

DESCRIPTION: This show from the PBS series Club Connect features poignant stories about teens on the front lines of the fight against AIDS. Viewers meet Krista Blake, a girl who contracted HIV when she was sixteen. Another story features a group of teens giving peer counseling on AIDS awareness.

  

255 AIDS: YOU’VE GOT TO DO SOMETHING

 PRODUCER: DISNEY EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTIONS

YEAR: UNKNOWN

LENGTH: 19 MINUTES AND 22 SECONDS

AUDIENCE: JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL

DESCRIPTION: This video takes a look at issues surrounding HIV/AIDS for the teenage population. It covers the basics of transmission, the window period, counseling and basic prevention messages. Video includes role plays regarding negotiation skills, abstinence and using condoms. Also states that needles may be for sharing steroids, piercing and tatoos as well as drugs. Also states how alcohol and drugs impair judgement, includes thoughts from HIV positive people and prevention messages set to rap music.

 

 256 STDS AND SAFER SEX: YOUR RISK AND RESPONSIBILITY

 PRODUCER: FAMILY CARE COMMUNICATIONS, INC.

YEAR: UNKNOWN

LENGTH: 22 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: YOUNG ADULTS AND HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH

DESCRIPTION: This video covers the basics of chlamydia, genital warts, herpes, gonorrhea, syphilis and HIV. The STD information is good but the HIV information is outdated and even misinforming. Recommend using the video for STD only and not for HIV. Some STD information is outdated also including the use of the Today Sponge for women (the sponge went off the market in early 1994).

 

 257 FACING AIDS

 PRODUCER: BREAD AND ROSES CULTURAL PROJECT

YEAR: 1992

LENGTH: 30 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL PUBLIC, HEALTH CARE WORKERS

DESCRIPTION: This is a culturally diverse video which focuses on many aspects of HIV disease. The video opens with a Spanish speaking nurse taking care of a patient and continues using five different characters: a general hospital nurse, a home health care nurse, an STD clinic nurse, an AIDs clinic nurse and a nurse’s aide. the video explores each character’s thoughts and fears of HIV disease and covers some of the emotional issues in caring and working with people with AIDS. Topics covered range from legislation to protect nurses on the job to being a health care worker and living with AIDS.

 

 258 CHLAMYDIA

 PRODUCER: AIMS MEDIA

YEAR: 1995

LENGTH: 9 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL PUBLIC (AGES 13 AND OLDER)

DESCRIPTION: A shot, simple to the point explanation of Chlamydia with clear accompanying illustrations. Uses a multiracial cast and gives a good overview of the disease.

 

 259 THE PARTY

 PRODUCER: AMERICAN RED CROSS

YEAR: 1996

LENGTH: 13 MINUTES, 4 SECONDS

AUDIENCE: TEENS (AGES 13-15)

DESCRIPTION: Features a multi cultural cast of teenagers trying to decide what to do after a basketball game. Will they go to a classmates party and what may happen there? The ending is wide open and this video only touches briefly on HIV/AIDS facts so it is for use with young people who already know the basic facts about HIV/AIDS. Comes with a user guide.

 

 260 OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS

 PRODUCER: UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, DR. CECILIA SHULTE

YEAR: 1997

LENGTH: 23 MINUTES, 10 SECONDS

AUDIENCE: CLINICIANS AND THOSE WORKING WITH HIV PATIENTS

DESCRIPTION: Very detailed, very clinical and thorough presentation of opportunistic infections associated with HIV. Gives the latest details in a teleconference format but is very dry in its presentation.

  

261 ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY

 PRODUCER: UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, DR. DAVID SPACH

YEAR: 1997

LENGTH: 28 MINUTES, 30 SECONDS

AUDIENCE: CLINICIANS AND GENERAL PUBLIC

DESCRIPTION: A very thorough presentation of antiretroviral therapy. Dr. Spach is very enthusiastic and presents the topic in a simple format that can be understood by clinicians and the general public. Provides hope for those living with HIV/AIDS. Presented in a teleconference format.

 

 262 HIV/STD INTERACTION

 PRODUCER: UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, DR. WILLIAM LAFFERTY

YEAR: 1997

LENGTH: 22 MINUTES, 40 SECONDS

AUDIENCE: STD HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS

DESCRIPTION: Presented in a teleconference format, with information presented in a lecture like style and slide- like graphics are used. The video provides good information but the language used is quite technical, including reference to several epidemiological studies. Uses some clinical pictures and is somewhat dry in its presentation.

 

 263 UPDATE ON VIRAL STDS: GENITAL HERPES & HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS

 PRODUCER: ST. LOUIS AND DENVER STD/HIV PREVENTION TRAINING CENTERS

YEAR: 1997

LENGTH: 2 HOURS

AUDIENCE: STD HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS

DESCRIPTION: Panel discussion in a teleconference format in which various doctors and other health care professionals discuss viral STDs in general and herpes and genital warts in particular. Discussions are about the cause of these diseases, available treatments and future outlook regarding these infections.

  

264 IT IS WHAT IT IS...

 PRODUCER: GAY MEN’S HEALTH CRISIS

YEAR: MID-1990's

LENGTH: 59 MINUTES, 30 SECONDS

AUDIENCE: TEENS AND GENERAL PUBLIC

DESCRIPTION: An excellent video in which a group of teenagers, both gay and straight, discuss issues related to homosexuality, homophobia and HIV. The basics on HIV and ideas for pleasurable safer sex are reviewed.

  

265 FIT

 PRODUCER: PARKDALE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE, TORONTO

YEAR: 1994

LENGTH: 30 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: INJECTION DRUG USERS AND THOSE WHO TREAT IDU

DESCRIPTION: This video is "made by junkies for junkies" and shows safer injection use based on harm reduction models. Included is an injection demonstration and very open discussion of shooting up with drugs by actual users.

 

 266 PROJECT ACTION: LET’S TALK SAFER SEX

 PRODUCER: NORTHWEST VIDEO WORKS, OREGON

YEAR: 1990'S

LENGTH: 30 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: TEENS AGES 13 AND OLDER AND THEIR PARENTS

DESCRIPTION: This video features skits by teenagers confronting different situations when they have to make decisions about sex. The skits are followed by a panel discussion of the multiracial cast where the teens talk about their real feelings and their own lives. A very good video for teens, especially when they can view it with their parents.

  

267 HUMOR, RISK AND CHANGE

 PRODUCER: AMERICAN MEDIA INCORPORATED

YEAR:

LENGTH: 60 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: EMPLOYEES, ESPECIALLY THOSE DEALING WITH STRESS

DESCRIPTION: A three part video that is an excellent resource for stress management training. Very entertaining and humorous, but gives some serious and practical ways to reduce and manage stress.

 

 407 ALICIA

 PRODUCER: GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER/ NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE

YEAR: UNKNOWN

LENGTH: 21 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: GENERAL SPANISH SPEAKING PUBLIC

DESCRIPTION: This dramatization focuses on a young woman who after pursing medical care for a number of chronic health problems, finds out that she and her year old son are HIV infected. She realizes she was infected by her husband who is an injection drug user. Very basic information is reviewed by the doctor on the nature of HIV/AIDS, transmission and symptoms both during and after the dramatization.

  

408 MI HERMANO (SPANISH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES)

 PRODUCER: AMERICAN RED CROSS

YEAR: 1990

LENGTH: 28 MINUTES

AUDIENCE: ADULT LATINOS

DESCRIPTION: Drama about the impact of HIV infection on a family. This video centers around a Latino immigrant family that has lost a son to AIDS. The son has left behind a pregnant wife. Issues arise about the health of the mother and baby, death, blame, abstinence, fidelity, and living with HIV infection.

 



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