The Drop-in Group
By Stephen Brady, PhD
and Rita Martin, RN, BSN
This video training package for staff education presents an AIDS education and prevention program for the mentally ill. Under the direction of clinical staff, clients of the group learn about AIDS, and practice skills to reduce their risk for getting HIV. The model shown can be applied to a variety of settings serving special populations at risk for AIDS. Includes a complete Curriculum Workbook
Purchase $99 VHS
Order No. QA-093
ISBN (VHS) 1-57295-093-5
Five Stars, Video Rating Guide
Awards & Conference Screenings
American Psychiatric Nursing Association
National Resource Center on Homelessness
American Psychiatric Association
Health Science Communications Association
Taking a Sexual History: Actual patient interviews demonstrate techniques for evaluating HIV risk as well as other risks associated with sexuality and drug use.
AIDS Work: Two physicians and four nurses reflect on the fears, frustrations - and rewards - of caring for patients with HIV/AIDS.
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.
Does Anyone Die of AIDS Anymore?: For some patients, advances in treatment have transformed HIV from a death sentence to a chronic illness, tens of thousands are still dying of AIDS in the U.S., and more will die because of ignorance and denial.
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