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- Bevel Up: Drugs, Users amp; Outreach Nursing (Teaching manual included)Bevel Up: Drugs, Users and Outreach Nursing explores how to deliver the most effective - and least judgmental - healthcare to people who use drugs. This groundbreaking teaching DVD combines a 45-minute documentary with an additional 3.5 hours of interactive menus and additional interviews and footage.
- Community and Aggregate AssessmentFocuses on the process and issues inherent in assessing a geographic community and various aggregates within such a community, using a partnership approach. The concept and methods of community/aggregate assessment are described, as is the role of the nurse in the process.
- Community Development in Community Health NursingIn this video program, the experiences of community health nurses and community members are used to examine the concept and princples of community development. How community development fits within community health nursing practice is illustrated, including the role of the community health nurse in this process. Outcomes and challenges involved in community development work are also highlighted.
- Community Health Nursing: A Practical ViewThe real world of community health nursing practice in rural and urban settings is explored through the voices and activities of home health nurses and public health nurses. This video highlights differences and commonalities between these two types of nursing practice. Standards of community health nursing are identified, and various roles of community health nurses are illustrated throughout.
- Competent Care in a Culturally Diverse NationCulturally competent care adapts care interventions to the cultural needs and preferences (ethnic and religious beliefs, values, and practices) of diverse clients. This program provides practical and effective methods of recognizing and dealing with the special needs of different cultures.
- Family Assessment in Community Health NursingThis video program focuses on family assessment within the context of community health nursing practice. In this video, front line community health nurses illustrate the goals, processes, and issues inherent in assessing families. Tools of family assessment are also discussed, such as genograms, ecomaps, and communication/counselling skills.
- Family Intervention in Community Health nursingThis video program focuses on various aspects of family nursing interventions within the context of community health nursing practice. In this video, front line community health nurses share their insights and practice stories, enabling a myriad of community health nursing interventions to be illustrated.
- Home Visiting in Community Health NursingHome visiting is part of the every-day experience of community health nurses. This video program examines the practice of home visiting from the perspectives of both a public health nurse and a home care nurse. Advantages, possible contexts and the phases of home visiting are all explored. Nursing skills and qualities that can enhance the home visiting process are discussed. Challenges, rewards and outcomes of home visiting are also featured.
- Primary Health Care in Community Health NursingThis video program illustrates the interconnection between primary health care and community health nursing. Examples are given which illustrate how the principles of primary health care are integrated into community health nursing practice. The role of the community health nurse in implementing primary health care is portrayed, as well as the challenges and outcomes inherent in this process.
- Programming in Community Health nursingThis video explores aspects of programming in community health nursing. In particular, it focuses on the stages of programming - assessment to determine the need, program development, program implementation and program evaluation. To illustrate the process, community health nurses and other stakeholders discuss a program called The Healthy Baby Club.
- Street NurseCathy Crowe's is a familiar name. For years, as one of Toronto's 50 or so street nurses, she has visited the habitats of the homeless tending to their blistered feet, infected wounds and often fragile psyches. She helps find night shelter for them when temperature reach lethally low levels. That's the silent, unseen, unheard part of what she does. But it's her passionate advocacy on behalf of the homeless that has made her name familiar.
- The Elder ProjectThe Elder Project follows 7 different seniors over the course of 2 years and records their experiences through a series of short and candid episodic stories. As they face the possibility of increasing frailty and transitioning into more dependant living scenarios, the elders talk of their concerns and eloquently express their desire to grow older with dignity and some control over their future.
- The Interventionists: Chronicles of a Mental Health Crisis TeamA unique crisis team works their cases in downtown Toronto.