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AIDS Caregivers
 

AIDS Work
Two physicians and four nurses reflect on the fears, frustrations - and rewards - of caring for patients with HIV/AIDS.

Dealing with the Demon
Three-episode series that interweaves contemporary human stories with crucial scenes from the history of the drug trade, providing a provocative and timely commentary from which to view the ongoing debate.

The Drop-in Group
A training package which profiles an AIDS prevention and education program for the mentally ill.

The Healers of 400 Parnassus
An examination of healthcare at its best, this is a portrait of a multidisciplinary team of professionals confronting the daily realities of caring for people with HIV/AIDS.

Montaņa de Luz
Meet the children of the Montaņa de Luz orphanage who are HIV positive and a living testament to the beauty and innocence of childhood in the face of adversity beyond their years. This documentary paints a stirring portrait of a loving community where nothing is truly certain but home, and where each birthday is a celebration of dreams fulfilled and dreams to come.

6000 A Day
The story of how the world's top decision makers knowingly failed to prevent the spread of the AIDS epidemic.

Song of the Soul
An inside look at urban and rural hospice centers across South Africa that provide community-based compassionate care in the face of widespread poverty.

Taking a Sexual History
Actual patient interviews demonstrate techniques for evaluating HIV risk as well as other risks associated with sexuality and drug use.

To Choose No Harm
Two healthcare teams must resolve conflicts between the wishes of dying patients and family members, and their own beliefs and clinical judgements. The cases are also discussed by the hospital ethics committee.