[Videolib] special needs patient videos?

Hooft, Robert (RHOOFT@jibc.bc.ca)
Thu, 5 Aug 2004 10:05:26 -0700

The following video might meet your needs, however it is geared toward Paramedics.

Title: Patients with special challenges [videorecording].
Publication info: Carrollton, Texas : Primedia Workplace Learning, 1999.
Physical descrip: 1 videocassette (43 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. (VHS) + study guide.
Series Title: (Pulse emergency medical update ; April 1999)
General Note: "#461-0209"
Abstract: This program addresses the issues involved with treating and interacting with patients with special challenges. It covers common barriers that may hinder the patient-provider relationship and provides strategies to overcome these with patients who are hearing-, visually-, physically- or developmentally disabled. The program also provides strategies for communicating with patients who speak another language. The Hands-on-Training segment describes disabilities and the application of the Americans with Disabilities Act to emergency medicine.

Rob Hooft - Justice Institute of B.C. Library

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Subject: [Videolib] special needs patient videos?

Can anyone recommend a video series designed to teach health care workers
how to interact with patients with various disabilities or disorders?
Ideally, each video would be about 15-20 minutes long and would cover
topics such as blindness, epilepsy, parkinson's, etc. I'm looking for
something that would show our dental hygiene students how to provide
assistance to clients with special needs in an office setting.

Any recommendations on titles? Any recommendations on where to look for
this type of thing?

Thanks in advance for your help!

Debra Oswald, MLS
Associate Librarian
University of Cincinnati/Raymond Walters College
(513) 936-1546

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