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IV positive : an educational documentary about living positive

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog115569
Call Number
Video No. 162
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
IV positive : an educational documentary about living positive
Place
Vancouver, BC
Publisher
Crossroads Productions
Year Published
c1999
Physical Description
1 videocassette (42 min.)
Subjects
Hepatitis C--Prevention & Control
HIV Infections--Prevention & Control
Substance abuse
Notes
Produced by the People of Downtown Eastside in association with Crossroads Productions
Summary: A unique educational video documentary - made for and by injection drug users. Bill, Lori, Ed and Jacob are active addicts who share their stories and their experience with HIV, and living positive. As they interact with their doctors, nurses, support groups, community agencies, and each other, IV Positive reveals critical information on HIV and harm reduction. . . IV Positive speaks directly to users about the importance of shooting safe, getting tested and learning that HIV is not about death, it's about living
Contents: Getting tested -- What is HIV and AIDS? -- Finding a doctor -- Dealing with meds -- Learning about Hep C -- Eating right -- Food options -- Safe fixing -- Safe sex -- User groups -- Finding a support group -- Seeking recovery -- Staying clean
Format
Video
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
Video No. 162
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Cooling out : a field guide to managing disruptive behavior

https://librarycatalogue.vch.ca/en/permalink/catalog115958
Author
Addiction Research Foundation (ARF)
Call Number
V 458 1994
Location
Vancouver Community
Title
Cooling out : a field guide to managing disruptive behavior
Author
Addiction Research Foundation (ARF)
Place
Toronto, ON
Publisher
Addiction Research Foundation
Year Published
1994
Physical Description
1 videocassette (30:00) : sd, col. ; 1/2" VHS with user's guide
Subjects
Public Relations
Interpersonal Relations
Conflict (Psychology)
Aggression
Abstract
Anyone who comes into contact with the public may face various types of disruptive behavior: threats, crying, yelling, sexual harassment, destruction of property, assault or other conduct that could pose a threat to physical safety. Cooling Out will help you learn to manage these types of situations.
Format
Video
Location
Vancouver Community
Call Number
V 458 1994
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