And yeah... Happy New Year! to you all, even if you aren't
Virginians like us. ;)
On Thu, 6 Jan 2000 13:40:37 -0800 (PST) Nell Chenault
> Happy New Year!
> VCU Library's medical campus has over 100 AIDS videos. Our AIDS grant
> expired last year, so not many are from the last two years. As a VIVA
> member, (or any medical or academic library), you can ILL. The two
> following titles may be of interest.
> 1. AIDS [videorecording] / Films for the Humanities and Sciences;
> Production & copyright: Spektrum Akademischer Verlag. Princeton, NJ :
> Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1997.
> 1 videocassette (35 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
> Series: Investigations in microbiology
> Discusses the nature of the HIV virus and shows how it propagates by
> utilizing living cells. Examines its
> organization, the most prominent genes, and reverse transcription---the
> process by which the virus enters the
> DNA of its victim. Also discusses the prevention of the reverse trans-
> cription process, the development of protease inhibitors and genetically
> engineered protein vaccines as promising ways of slowing reproduction of
> the AIDS virus.
> 2. Pathophysiology of HIV/AIDS [videorecording] / Lippincott.
> Philadelphia, PA. : Lippincott-Raven, c1997.
> 1 videocassette (ca. 18 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + instructor's guide (7
> p.), VHS
> Lippincott's pathophysiology series / Lippincott's medical-surgical nursing
> Video reviews the immune system, immunity responses, and pathophysiology of
> HIV/AIDS and describes how a patient's clinical manifestations relate to
> the development and progression of HIV/AIDS.
> an At 10:13 AM 01/06/2000 -0800, you wrote:
> >For a faculty member in our Biology dept., I'm looking for a
> >current video program that treats AIDS (exclusively or
> >primarily) from a scientific explanation perspective--not
> >from a more generalized one while dealing with the social
> >issues involved. The more up-to-date, the better. But we'll
> >consider anything reasonably recent.
> >Meanwhile, I've started digging here (this is a new
> >request for us). Perhaps one of you can short-circuit the
> >task with a suggestion already at hand.
> >Thanks in advance,
> >Jeff Clark
> >Media Resources (MSC 1701)
> >James Madison University
> >540-568-6770 (voice)
> >540-568-3405 (fax)
> Nell J. Chenault email@example.com
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