Tertiary Catalogue

Series: Social Care


A Child's View of Death

A Child's View of Death

From childhood to adolescence, our concept of death changes. This programme examines a child's response to the death of another, coping with a terminal diagnosis in childhood, and adolescent attitudes and issues involving death.
A Mother Never Gives Up Hope: Older Mothers and Abusive Adult Sons

A Mother Never Gives Up Hope: Older Mothers and Abusive Adult Sons

The issue of family breakdowns is a very sensitive one, even when all the parties are adults. This program features a series of interviews with mothers who have abusive sons, and have been forced to distance themselves from their children as a...Show More
Abuse of Adults with Learning Disabilities

Abuse of Adults with Learning Disabilities

Designed exclusively for those working with or providing care to adults with learning disabilities, this programme aims to both allow viewers develop an understanding of the different forms of abuse, whilst considering where abuse can take place....Show More
Adult Abuse: Basic Awareness

Adult Abuse: Basic Awareness

This video, designed exclusively for those working with or providing care to adults at risk of abuse, aims to develop an understanding of the different forms of abuse and introduce the notion of self-neglect and neglect (by others). It goes on to...Show More
Adult Health and Development

Adult Health and Development

The health of individuals and communities worldwide is affected by a complex combination of factors. Where we live, our environment, genetics, income, education level, and our personal relationships all influence our health. This insightful...Show More
Advanced Directives

Advanced Directives

Discussing end-of-life care with patients and their families can be very difficult. Despite the challenge, advanced directives - legal documents that allow patients to convey their decisions about end-of-life care ahead of time - help ensure that...Show More
Ageing Successfully: Psychological Aspects of Growing Old

Ageing Successfully: Psychological Aspects of Growing Old

Systematic examination of old age is a new field inspired by the unprecedented number of people living long enough to become elderly. Developmental psychologists Paul and Margret Baltes have proposed a model of adaptive competence for the entire...Show More
Alzheimer's Disease for Assisted Living Facilities: Level 2

Alzheimer's Disease for Assisted Living Facilities: Level 2

Managing patients with Alzheimer’s Disease can be a difficult process as unlike a condition such as cancer, with Alzheimer's the patient does not know they have it. It becomes very important how the patients are managed so as to turn what could...Show More
Alzheimer's Disease: Is it Delirium or Dementia?

Alzheimer's Disease: Is it Delirium or Dementia?

Patients with Alzheimer’s disease are often challenging to manage and may have difficulty focusing on things due to a constant state of confusion. This interview based program explores the physiological causes of the disease, the signs and...Show More
Alzheimer’s Disease for ALFs

Alzheimer’s Disease for ALFs

A must for health care workers in assisted living facilities. Understand AD through interviews from family members and staff.
Ann Oakley: Housewife

Ann Oakley: Housewife

In this programme Ann Oakley talks about how she started her research on housework and the opposition she encountered. She goes on to discuss her sampling methods, her interview techniques, the importance of keeping some social distance as well...Show More
Anthony Giddens: Capitalism and Social Modern Theory

Anthony Giddens: Capitalism and Social Modern Theory

Sociology began as an attempt to make sense of the ‘great transformation’ from traditional to modern society; the development of industrial production, the mass movement of people from the land to the towns and the rise of a new economic order,...Show More
Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety Disorders

Humans, like many animals, possess a highly developed sense of danger in our environment. In its most basic form, our awareness of these threats is anxiety. Our ‘fight or flight’ response can be highly beneficial, but in the 21st century,...Show More
Assisting Residents With Meals: Healthcare Assistants

Assisting Residents With Meals: Healthcare Assistants

Mealtime is often the most important part of the day for residents in a long-term care facility. But can sometimes be very challenging; for residents who may suffer from Dementia, they may need assistance. The importance of nutrition for the...Show More
Basic Head-to-Toe Assessment: Geriatric Focus

Basic Head-to-Toe Assessment: Geriatric Focus

Our focus is to take the professional through a comprehensive physical assessment; discussing the necessary information to document the findings correctly. Viewers will be able to formulate a comprehensive history to include mental status,...Show More
Bed to Chair Transfer

Bed to Chair Transfer

This snippet shows one method of transferring a patient or resident from a bed to a chair. It is relevant for an able-bodied patient with the use of a standing and walking aid. It is important to be aware of the main risk factors to yourself as...Show More
Bed to Wheelchair Transfer

Bed to Wheelchair Transfer

This snippet shows one method of transferring a patient from a bed to a wheelchair. In this snippet, an electric sling hoist is used to assist the patient. It is important to be aware of the main risk factors to yourself as carer in this task....Show More
Beyond the Music

Beyond the Music

This programme demystifies the condition of dementia through the lives and stories of residents of Jindalee Aged Care Facility. We demonstrate the benefits of music making which stimulates social interaction, memory activity and clear thinking...Show More
Bioethics

Bioethics

Perspectives on bioethics are morally and ethically complex. Even greater complexity comes into the question when the views of individuals and institutions are based on religious beliefs. With contributions from a number of religious leaders,...Show More
Bowel and Bladder Retraining: Healthcare Assistants

Bowel and Bladder Retraining: Healthcare Assistants

Bowel and bladder problems for the elderly are a leading cause of frustration at home and in nursing homes. Nursing assistants spend a great deal of their time and energy changing soiled clothing, mopping floors and coping with the...Show More
Building Bridges: How to Nurture Relationships

Building Bridges: How to Nurture Relationships

Caring is an important part of curing. Ones perceptions, culture and values all influence an attitude that may help or hinder the development of effective relationships. In this programme your staff will learn to engage each patient in a kind...Show More
Bystander Intervention

Bystander Intervention

This compelling programme, filmed on location in Liverpool, uses the James Bulger case to illustrate some key approaches to bystander behaviour. The programme is clearly divided into three sections: Darley and Latane - the bystander effect;...Show More
Care Home Health and Safety

Care Home Health and Safety

Health and Safety is a key training area. This programme explains health and safety procedures relating to all aspects of the topic within the care home, not only service users but also staff, contractors and visitors, making your care home a...Show More
Case Studies

Case Studies

If you go and see your doctor or a therapist, you'll become a case to them. They'll want to know a lot more about you. Similarly, sociological case studies involve putting a social group, an event, or a place 'under the microscope'. This film...Show More
Central Venous Catheters

Central Venous Catheters

Catheters that have tip terminus in the superior vena cava are becoming more common in all areas of healthcare. The latest standards from the intravenous nurses association will be discussed and demonstrated.