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HS Faculty: Streaming, DVD & VHS Video FAQs

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Don't find the subject that you need listed below? Contact Debra Smith, your health sciences faculty library liaison (x4305 or smithkak@cod.edu). Remember that our streaming video databases and Library multimedia collection are constantly reviewed and updated. The items listed below are examples. For complete holdings, search the COD Library catalog and video databases or contact Debra!

Using Library DVDs, VHS tapes and Anatomical Models in the Classroom
Faculty members can "book" (reserve) Library items for classroom use via the Library's circulation services department. See Classroom Equipment. Please note that if you want materials for longer than the normal reserve time (picking up a few hours prior to your class and dropping the item back off right after the class finishes), you MUST contact Debra Smith via EMAIL and get written (email) permission PRIOR to checking out/reserving the item(s).

When requesting extended check-out:

  • List specific item(s) to be checked out
  • give exact dates/times for extended checkout
  • provide a brief description of why an extended checkout is needed. For example, "if loaned to me for a week, I will show the video in all 5 sections of HLTHS 1105" or "I'd like to show clips from this VHS tape in my Mon/Wed/Fri class and my Tues night class"

The collection specialist, Debra Smith, will review the usage statistics and current booking status of the requested items. If it is possible to extend the loan period, Debra will respond to the request email with approval (or alternative suggestions if the request cannot be met as given). Faculty then print the email and present it to the circulation staff when making an extended reservation. Please remember that our excellent circulation staff are authorized to create bookings for standard times -- collection specialists must pre-approve extended loan periods.

Anatomy & Physiology

Streaming videos:
Search for “anatomy and physiology” in the Academic Video Online AND the Nursing Education in Video databases.

Access databases:

Library homepage --> Databases link --> Health & Medicine

Click and play streaming videos in a classroom OR provide students with directions to view at home (embed video links in Bb course).

Physical DVDs, CD-ROMs and VHS tapes owned by the Library can be searched via the Library Catalog

OR

Search the Anatomy & Physiology Resource Guide linked from the main Research index page
direct link is: https://www.codlrc.org/anatomy

Alzheimer’s Disease

For streaming videos:

In Academic Video Online Database, search Alzheimer*

Access databases:

Library homepage --> Databases link --> Health & Medicine

Click and play streaming videos in a classroom OR provide students with directions to view at home (embed video links in BB course).

Select physical DVDs or VHS tapes (search the Library catalog for complete holdings)

LOCATION: Popular Collection DVD
TITLE: Still Alice
PUBL DATE: 2015
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (101 min.)
CONTENT:
Alice Howland, happily married with three grown children, is a renowned linguistics professor who starts to forget words. When she receives a diagnosis of Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease, Alice and her family find their bonds thoroughly tested. Her struggle to stay connected to who she once was is frightening, heartbreaking, and inspiring.

LOCATION: General RC523 .S962 2014
TITLE: The sum total of our memory: facing Alzheimer's together
PUBL DATE: 2014
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (57 min.)
CONTENT:
Couples affected by a partner's recent diagnosis of Early Alzheimer's come to terms with their changing roles. Prominent Alzheimer's medical experts offer their perspectives on diagnosis, the nature of the disease, helpful attitudes in caring for loved ones, stigma, clinical trials, support for caregivers, and overall healthcare concerns.

LOCATION: General RC523.2 .Y687 2012
TITLE: You're looking at me like I live here and I don't
PUBL DATE: Peripheral Productions, c2012
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (53 min.)
CONTENT:
Broadcast on public television by PBS as an episode of the television program Independent Lens. The first documentary filmed in an Alzheimer's unit told from the perspective of an Alzheimer's patient. In Danville, California, Lee Gorewitz wanders on a personal odyssey through her Alzheimer's & Dementia care unit. From the moment she wakes up, Lee is on a quest-- for reminders of her past, and her identity.

LOCATION: General RC523 .A384 2009
TITLE: Alzheimer's disease: facing the facts
PUBL DATE: WGBH Boston Video, [2009]
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (ca. 56 min.)
CONTENT:
Originally broadcast by PBS in 2008. Examines Alzheimer's disease by profiling families living with Alzheimer's, interviewing the doctors on the front lines, and scrutinizing the latest research.

LOCATION: General RC523 .I746 2009
TITLE: I remember better when I paint: treating Alzheimer's though the creative arts
PUBL DATE: French Connection Films, c2009
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (ca. 106 min.)
CONTENT:
Explores how some day care centers, nursing homes and assisted-living facilities are achieving positive results with creative based therapies, using drawing, painting and museum visits to improve quality of life and to restore a dialogue between caregivers and families. Includes seven short films showing various creative therapies, and suggesting how to adapt and incorporated them into existing programs.

I remember better when I paint (54 min.) -- Recreating social bonds (6 min.) -- Organizing a creative workshop (7 min.) -- Organizing an outing (9 min.) -- The importance of physical exercise (5 min.) -- The memory garden (11 min.) -- The hearthstone way (9 min.) -- Art & care until the last stages (7 min.)

LOCATION: General RC523 .C364 2009
TITLE: Caregivers [disc 4 of the Alzheimer's project series]
PUBL DATE: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2009
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (49 min.)
CONTENT:
Originally broadcast on HBO in 2008. Illustrates the stages of Alzheimer's while documenting the sacrifices and successes, frustrations and triumphs, of caregivers experiencing a loved one's gradual descent into dementia. Issues such as denial and guilt are addressed, as are care-related changes in communication and intimacy. Caregiving tips, coping skills, and insights into the hidden rewards of Alzheimer's care are interwoven throughout.

LOCATION: General RC523.2 .S5352 2008
TITLE: The forgetting: a portrait of Alzheimer's: stories of love, courage and hope
PUBL DATE: WGBH Educational Foundation, [2008]
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (ca. 90 min.)
CONTENTS:
Originally broadcast on PBS on Jan. 21, 2004.
Explores the real-world experiences of Alzheimer's patients and caregivers, the history and biology of Alzheimer's and the ongoing struggle to end the disease. David Hyde Pierce hosts a half-hour follow-up program entitled "Alzheimer's, the help you need" with experts providing practical advice on coping with Alzheimer's disease.

LOCATION: General RC523 .U534 2008
TITLE: Understanding Alzheimer's: an introductory guide & Alzheimer's and safety: a guide to planning and preparation
PUBL DATE: Alzheimer's Association, c2008
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD-video (ca. 50 min.) + 1 guide
CONTENTS:
Understanding Alzheimer's : an introductory guide (ca. 23 min.) -- Alzheimer's and safety: a guide to planning and preparation (ca. 27 min.)
Provides guidelines on diagnosis and treatment, as well as tips on daily living with dementia.

LOCATION: General RC523.2 .A5934 2007
TITLE: Alzheimer's and African Americans: echoes from the past
PUBL DATE: Terra Nova Films, c2007
PHYS DESCR: 1 VHS (27 min.)
CONTENTS:
Examines the high incidence of Alzheimer's in the African-American community as it documents the intimate, first-hand experiences of several families providing care for a loved one with Alzheimer's. Provides a discussion of the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer's, genetic factors, financial concerns, and caregiver stress. Also shows how Alzheimer's can affect the interpersonal relationships between spouses and/or adult children who become caregivers.

LOCATION: General RC523 .F365 2004 v.1-5
TITLE: The family guide to alzheimer's disease
PUBL DATE: LifeView Resources, 2004
PHYS DESCR: 5 DVDs (277 min.)
CONTENTS:
v. 1. Understanding Alzheimer's (62 min.) -- v. 2. Behavior issues (67 min.) -- v. 3. Daily life (42 min.) -- v. 4. Family caregiving (62 min.) -- v. 5. Transitions (44 min.)

LOCATION: General RC523 .A4 1997
TITLE: Alzheimer's disease: how families cope
PUBL DATE Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c1997
PHYS DESCR: 1 VHS (28 min.)
CONTENTS:
Originally broadcast on the television program: The doctor is in.
Families who are caregivers provide practical information on how to manage the in-home care of a loved one who has Alzheimer's. Important decisions as to whether to use outside day care or in home health aids, are discussed. Hints on how younger family members can participate in the care giving include reading or telling stories to the patient. Two Alzheimer’s specialists describe stages of the disease, and discuss how care givers can modify its effects on patients and their family.

LOCATIONS: General RC 523 .C6 1994
TITLE: Complaints of a dutiful daughter
PUBL DATE: Women Make Movies, c1994
PHYS DESCR: 1 VHS (44 min., 49 sec.)
CONTENTS:
Shows interactions between an Alzheimer's patient and her daughter. The daughter discusses how she has dealt with her mother's illness and describes various stages of the disease.

Basic Nursing Assistant (BNA) Fundamentals (skills)

For Streaming Videos:

In Nursing in Education Database (Academic Video Online can also be searched), search “nursing assistant*” or search “basic clinical skills” or “wound care” or “wound management” (substitute specific words or phrases in the search box. Remember to put phrases in quotations and to indicate all possible endings (nurs*) by placing an asterisk where spelling would vary).

Access databases:

Library homepage --> Databases link --> Health & Medicine

Click and play streaming videos in a classroom OR provide students with directions to view at home (embed video links in Bb course).

Select physical DVDs and VHS tapes (search the Library Catalog for complete holdings).

Click here for the latest Medcom Trainex Nursing Assistant Skills Videos

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RT73 .T395 2011 Disc 1-5
TITLE: Taylor's video guide to clinical nursing skills, 2nd ed.
PUBL DATE Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2011
PHYS DESCR: 5 DVDs (ca. 728 min.)
CONTENTS:
From reinforcing fundamental nursing skills to troubleshooting clinical problems on the fly, this video series follows a team of nursing students and their instructor as they perform a range of essential nursing procedures.
Disc 1. Module 1. Vital signs (47 min.); Module 2. Physical assessment (34 min.); Module 3. Asepsis (27 min.)
Disc 2. Module 4. Oral and topical medications (88 min.); Module 5. Injectable medications (34 min.); Module 6. Intravenous medications (36 min.)
Disc 3. Module 7. Perioperative nursing (31 min.); Module 8. Hygiene (41 min.); Module 9. Skin integrity and wound care (44 min.) ; Module 10. Activity (48 min.)
Disc 4. Module 11. Comfort (22 min.); Module 12. Nutrition (30 min.); Module 13. Urinary elimination (30 min.); Module 14. Urinary catheters (42 min.); Module 15. Bowel elimination (25 min.)
Disc 5. Module 16. Oxygenation (23 min.); Module 17. Tracheostomy care (41 min.); Module 18. Intravenous therapy (56 min.); Module 19. Central venous access devices (29 min.)
Special features: DVD-ROM application and online review quiz

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RT87.T72 P768 2012 Pt.3
TITLE: Protecting your body at work. Part 3, Moving patients safely
PUBL DATE: Medcom, Inc., c2012
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (15 min.)
CONTENTS:
Demonstrates and describes ways healthcare workers can maintain their own safety and avoid injury when they move, turn, and ambulate patients, and when to obtain assistance of another
person or a lifting device.
Access and plan -- Patients confined to bed -- Working with someone in a chair -- Assisting with ambulation.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RL675 .P747 2008
TITLE: Pressure ulcers
PUBL DATE: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, [2008]
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (28 min.)
CONTENTS:
Originally broadcast in 2007 as a segment of: Healthy body, healthy mind.
Explains what pressure ulcers are, shows how they develop and how they can be prevented. Examines an innovative therapy that is helping to heal pressure ulcers quickly and painlessly.

LOCATION: General RM865 .A7 1992
TITLE: The Application of heat & cold
PUBL DATE: Concept Media, c1992
PHYS DESCR: 1 VHS (21 min.)
SERIES: Basic nursing skills ; no. 621.3
CONTENTS:
Presents a basic review of normal body responses and demonstrates therapeutic use of heat and cold. Identifies conditions that would pose a risk to the patient, as well as guidelines to assure the maximal effectiveness of the treatment.

Bloodborne Pathogens, Standard & Transmission-based Precautions

For streaming videos:
In the Nursing in Education Database, search bloodborne pathogens and get the latest videos on BBP, standard and transmission-based precautions

Access databases:

Library homepage --> Databases link --> Health & Medicine

Click and play streaming videos in a classroom OR provide students with directions to view at home (embed video links in Bb course).

Select physical DVDs and VHS tapes (search the Library Catalog for complete holdings)

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RA761 .I544 2013
TITLE: Infection control in healthcare : [Vol. 4], Safe work practices
PUBL DATE: Medcom Trainex, 2013
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (13:52)
CONTENTS:
Faced with dangerous bloodborne pathogens like HIV and hepatitis B and C, and a rise in the number of multidrug-resistant organisms, preventing the spread of infections has never been more important for healthcare professionals working in all healthcare setting. This program--the fourth in a five-part series on infection control--provides healthcare professionals with background information on the development of infection control techniques and reviews the fundamentals of pathogen transmission, which serves as the basis for strategies to interrupt that transmission.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RA761 .I545 2014
TITLE: Infection control in healthcare: [Vol. 5], Multidrug-resistant organisms
PUBL DATE: Medcom Trainex, 2014
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (16:43)
CONTENTS:
Faced with dangerous bloodborne pathogens like HIV and hepatitis B and C, and a rise in the number of multidrug-resistant organisms, preventing the spread of infections has never been more important for healthcare professionals working in all healthcare setting. This program--the fifth in a five-part series on infection control--provides healthcare professionals with background information on the development of infection control techniques and reviews the fundamentals of pathogen transmission, which serves as the basis for strategies to interrupt that transmission.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RA642.B56 P744 2013 pt.1-3
TITLE: Preventing bloodborne infections
PUBL DATE: Medcom Trainex, c2013
PHYS DESCR: 3 DVDs (49 min.)
CONTENTS:
Part 1. Bloodborne viruses (16 min.) -- Part 2. Preventing transmission, protecting yourself (16 min.) -- Part 3. Engineering controls and work practice controls (17 min.)
Infection control practices in healthcare have changed radically since the advent of HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C in the 1980's. Discusses the viruses and how they are transmitted, prevention and means of stopping the spread of the pathogens in the healthcare environment, and OSHA mandated engineering and work practice controls.

LOCATION: General RA642.B56 B56 2003
TITLE: Bloodborne pathogens: the final standard
PUBL DATE: Envision, [2003]
PHYS DESCR: 1 VHS (20 min.) + 1 CD-ROM
CONTENTS:
Discusses precautions health care workers must take to prevent exposure to bloodborne pathogens, including protective equipment and safer medical devices.
Accompanying CD-ROM contains study guide in PDF format with post test and tool.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RA643 .N877 2013
TITLE: The nursing assistant. Infection control skills
PUBL DATE: Medcom Trainex, 2013
PHYS DESCR: 1 videodisc (16 min., 48 sec.)
CONTENTS:
After watching this program viewers should be able to describe the use of and demonstrate basic infection control practices, including: standard precautions, transmission-based precautions, hand hygiene practices, use of protective gloves, use of a protective gown, handling infectious waste, handling linen, cleaning a blood spill.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RA642.B56 P748 2013
TITLE: Preventing needlestick injuries for medical assistants
PUBL DATE Medcom Trainex, c2013
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (16 min., 41 sec.)
CONTENTS:
Designed to raise awareness about the importance of preventing needlestick injuries as this is the most common way for healthcare workers to acquire bloodborne infections. Also provides an overview of regulations, a detailed look at safety devices and techniques and guidance in prevention.

Caregiver Resources

See the Caregiver Resource Guide http://codlrc.org/HS/care

This guide is also listed in the General Research section of the Library's main Research index

Communication

For Streaming Videos:

In Nursing in Education Database (Academic Video Online can also be searched), search professional behavior and health or search communication .

Access databases:

Library homepage --> Databases link --> Health & Medicine

Click and play streaming videos in a classroom OR provide students with directions to view at home (embed video links in Bb course).

Select physical DVDs and VHS tapes (search the Library Catalog for complete holdings)

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RT86.3 .N877 2014
TITLE: The nursing assistant. Communication with residents & their families
PUBL DATE: Medcom Trainex, 2014
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (ca. 20 min.)
CONTENTS:
Features interviews with frontline caregivers, residents and family members. Their thoughts provide insight into why good communication is important.

LOCATION: General R727.3 .I87 2008
TITLE: It's a dog's world [kit] 2nd ed.
PUBL DATE: CRM Learning, c2008
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (15 min.), 1 CD-ROM
CONTENTS:
The DVD contains both the 1st and 2nd editions of the feature program. The CD-ROM contains a PowerPoint presentation plus participant handouts (PDF)
Demonstrates the subtle differences between quality patient service and being treated "worse than a dog." Follows a man and his dog, both of whom are injured, through their respective medical treatments. Emphasizes the contrasts between disastrous and delightful patient service. A painfully funny video about patient care.

LOCATION: General R727.3 .E443 2011
TITLE: Effective communication practices for the health care professional
PUBL DATE: Concept Media, 2011
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (89 min.), 1 CD-ROM
CONTENTS:
Effective communication is one of the cornerstones of providing good health care, and is essential for the health professional to relate to patients, their families, and even each other so that accurate information is shared in a positive way. Describes different techniques that can be used to impart knowledge and facilitate learning, provide support to patient and family members when serious or life threatening illness or injury is diagnosed, and to help loved ones cope with unexpected death. Explains proxemics and the four types of distance used in interactions; Compares and contrasts "facilitating" and "leading"; Provides the six steps in Buckman’s protocol for delivering bad news; Discusses in detail the death of a child and its impact on both family and staff.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RT85.5 .P765 2012
TITLE: Professionalism in healthcare. Patient interactions, communications, and personal development
PUBL DATE: Medcom Trainex, c2012
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (13 min.)
CONTENTS:
Discusses ways to exhibit professionalism while caring for patients. It focuses on improving communications with patients and colleagues, and how to improve professionalism through personal development.
Maintaining professional interactions -- Growth and advancement.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RT85.5 .P766 2012
TITLE: Professionalism in healthcare. Professional behavior, attitude, and attire
PUBL DATE: Medcom Trainex, c2012
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (13 min.)
CONTENTS:
Discusses the elements of professionalism focusing on personal behavior, attitude, and professional attire, and how these approaches and behaviors can ensure you are a responsible, accountable, and self-directed member of the nursing profession. Maintaining professional behavior -- Communication and courtesy -- Personal character -- Professional image.

LOCATION: Streaming Video available in Academic Video Online database
TITLE: Staff relations in healthcare: working as a team
PUBL DATE: Insight Media, c2010
PHYS DESCR: (33 min.)
CONTENTS:
This program describes multidisciplinary teams and emphasizes their utility in healthcare. It features vignettes and commentary from healthcare professionals and covers such topics as the qualities of effective teams, conflict management, and building team relationships..

LOCATION: General R727.3 .H69 2003
TITLE: How to connect in healthcare in 90 seconds or less
PUBL DATE: Media Partners Corp., c2003
PHYS DESCR: 1 VHS (17 min.)
CONTENTS:
Teaches employees how to make a genuine connection with those who matter most. By simply putting the power of this training to work for them, employees will learn how to improve relationships, raise productivity, and have more fun at work. Nicholas Boothman teaches employees to choose the right attitude, send the right signals, and engage others by getting them talking and keeping them talking.

Cultural Diversity

See the Cultural Diversity Resource Guide http://codlrc.org/HS/diversity

This guide is listed on the right-hand menu of all COD Library Health Science Discipline Resource pages

HIPPA, Confidentiality & Privacy

Streaming Videos:
Search the Academic Video Online AND the Nursing Education in Video databases :

Access databases:
Library homepage --> Databases link --> Health & Medicine

Type HIPAA in the search box in each database to pull up the latest healthcare-specific HIPAA videos (including ones from Medcom Trainex).

Also, search confidentiality and get even more privacy, confidentiality and HIPAA options

Click and play streaming videos in a classroom OR provide students with directions to view at home (embed video links in Bb course).

Select physical DVDs and VHS tapes in the COD Library (search the Library Catalog for complete holdings)

LOCATION: Circulation Desk R728 .H527 2014 pt.1
TITLE: HIPAA for healthcare workers. An overview
PUBL DATE: Cypress, CA : Medcom Trainex, [2014]
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (17 minutes, 14 seconds)
CONTENTS:
Discusses the overall purpose and goals of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Explains the role of the HIPAA Advisory Team, as well as the role of the individual healthcare worker in ensuring compliance with HIPAA reforms. Describes healthcare access, portability and reliability and the five rules of administrative simplification.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk R728 .H527 2014 pt.2
TITLE: HIPAA for healthcare workers. The privacy rule
PUBL DATE: Cypress, CA : Medcom Trainex, [2014]
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (17 minutes, 11 seconds)
CONTENTS:
Describes the Privacy Rule that exists within the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Lists covered entities that must comply with the Privacy Rule. Explains the rule which requires that patients be give written notice of an institution's privacy rules and practices. Explains patient's rights regarding the privacy of their medical and personal information. Describes key exceptions to the Privacy Rule as well as the most common violations of the Privacy Rule and the consequences for healthcare workers and business associates.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk R728 .H527 2014 pt.3
TITLE: HIPAA for healthcare workers. The security rule
PUBL DATE: Cypress, California : Medcom Trainex, [2015]
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (14:45)
CONTENTS:
Examines HIPAA Title II, the Administrative Simplification section of HIPAA. This regulation focuses on the security and privacy of protected health information and the national standards for its implementation.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk R728 .C5943 2015
TITLE: Confidentiality. Vignettes
PUBL DATE: Cypress, California : Medcom Trainex, [2015]
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (14 min)
CONTENTS:
Presents a number of scenarios, in a variety of nursing situations, so that the viewer may use critical thinking skills to identify types of actions and responses that constitute breach of privacy, consequences of the breach, privacy rules in special settings, and exceptions to the privacy laws.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk R728 .C594 2015
TITLE: Confidentiality. HIPAA regulations
PUBL DATE: Cypress, California : Medcom Trainex, [2015]
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (14:45)
CONTENTS:
Examines HIPAA Title II, the Administrative Simplification section of HIPAA. This regulation focuses on the security and privacy of protected health information and the national standards for its implementation.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk R728 .C5942 2015
TITLE: Confidentiality. How to maintain patient confidentiality
PUBL DATE: Cypress, California : Medcom Trainex, [2015]
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (17:22)
CONTENTS:
Examines various ways to preserve patient confidentiality in daily practice including how to keep electronically stored information private, guidelines for maintaining confidentiality when leaving messages, and how privacy rules govern conversations with coworkers.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk R864 .D638 2013
TITLE: Documentation. Electronic medical records, federal regulations
PUBL DATE: Cypres, CA : Medcom/Trainex, c2013
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (21 minutes, 36 seconds)
CONTENTS:
Examines benefits of electronic documentation of medical records, potential disadvantages that must be avoided and addressed, Joint Commission recommendations, HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) and HITECH (Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health).

Professionalism

For Streaming Videos:

In Nursing in Education Database (Academic Video Online can also be searched), search ("professional behavior" OR professionalism) AND (nurs* OR health*) (substitute specific words or phrases in the search box. Remember to put phrases in quotations and to indicate all possible endings (nurs*) by placing an asterisk where spelling would vary).

Access databases:

Library homepage --> Databases link --> Health & Medicine

Click and play streaming videos in a classroom OR provide students with directions to view at home (embed video links in Bb course).

Select physical DVDs and VHS tapes (search the Library Catalog for complete holdings)

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RT85.5 .P765 2012
TITLE: Professionalism in healthcare. Patient interactions, communications, and personal development
PUBL DATE: Medcom Trainex, c2012
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (13 min.)
CONTENTS:
Discusses ways to exhibit professionalism while caring for patients. It focuses on improving communications with patients and colleagues, and how to improve professionalism through personal development.
Maintaining professional interactions -- Growth and advancement.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RT85.5 .P766 2012
TITLE: Professionalism in healthcare. Professional behavior, attitude, and attire
PUBL DATE: Medcom Trainex, c2012
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (13 min.)
CONTENTS:
Discusses the elements of professionalism focusing on personal behavior, attitude, and professional attire, and how these approaches and behaviors can ensure you are a responsible, accountable, and self-directed member of the nursing profession.
Maintaining professional behavior -- Communication and courtesy -- Personal character -- Professional image.

LOCATION: Circulation Desk RT86.7 .N977 2014
TITLE: Nursing transitions : new graduate to professional
PUBL DATE: Medcom Trainex, c2014
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (23 min.)
CONTENTS:
This course provides an overview of the challenges faced by the novice nurse, and facilities integrating the novice nurse into the nursing staff. It describes strategies the new nurse can take to ease the transition from student to professional, and programs facilities can institute to facilitate this transition and protect its investment in the new nurse.

Sexual Harassment & Violence in the Workplace

Streaming Videos:
Search the Academic Video Online OR the Nursing Education in Video databases :

Access databases:
Library homepage --> Databases link --> Health & Medicine

Type sexual harassment in healthcare in the database search box to pull up the latest healthcare-specific sexual harassment videos.

Search violence and get results including violence in healthcare, domestic violence, etc.

Click and play streaming videos in a classroom OR provide students with directions to view at home (embed video links in Bb course).

Select physical DVDs and VHS tapes in the COD Library (search the Library Catalog for complete holdings)

LOCATION: General R727.2 .V565 2013 Pt.1
TITLE: Violence in healthcare. Part 1, Empowering you to be prepared!
PUBL DATE: Medcom Trainex, c2013
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (ca. 18 min.)
CONTENTS:
Focuses on identifying potential sources of violence and conditions to reduce the risk of assault.
Identifies three primary sources of violence in healthcare -- Lists OSHA's three categories of risk for violence in healthcare -- Describes conditions in the healthcare environment that can be potential reasons for aggressive behavior -- Identifies patient conditions that may predispose to violence.

LOCATION: General R727.2 .V565 2013 Pt.2
TITLE: Violence in healthcare. Part 2, What to do when violence occurs
PUBL DATE: Medcom Trainex, c2013
PHYS DESCR: 1 DVD (ca. 17 min.)
CONTENTS:
Demonstrates and describes the "four R's" of dealing with violence through recognizing the signals, resolving conflicts, responding quickly, and reporting and documenting after an event.
Recognizing the signals for escalating agitation and assaultive
behavior or criminal intent -- Resolving conflicts by appropriately interacting with a hostile individual -- Responding quickly if the situation is out of your control -- Describing proper reporting and documenting after an event.