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Aids and STD Videos

AIDS
Dr. Evelyn Fisher, M.D., from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, explains the disease of AIDS. This video includes pictures of the medical complications of AIDS including Kaposi's Sarcoma, and leukoplakia. (1987, 60 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Substance abuse professionals/Medical personnel

AIDS AND CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY
The education of transmission is necessary to dispel myths. The rates of HIV/AIDS with chemically dependent people are continuing to rise because of the connection with substance abuse and high risk sexual encounters. This video explains how transmission occurs and how the testing process works. It also reviews physical symptoms and signs. (1988, 28 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adults

AIDS UPDATE: THE LATEST FACTS ABOUT HIV AND AIDS
This program looks at concerns of HIV and AIDS. It covers topics like such as ways to avoid infection, risky behaviors, what is HIV, what is AIDS, the effects on the white blood cells and the immune system. This program contains, a video, activity sheets, fact sheets and a questionnaire. Please reproduce the paper items when using this program. (2004, 28 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adults

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS FOR THE OFFICE WORKER
This video kit contains a six minute video and a test for participants. The participants will be able to understand what bloodborne pathogens are and how they're transmitted, identify the ways in which bloodborne pathogens could enter the body and describe potential work-related risky situations, know how to protect against bloodborne pathogens by following universal precautions and by using personal protective equipment, and demonstrate how to remove gloves and how to wash hands properly. (1994, 6 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Substance abuse professionals

CLEAN, SOBER & POSITIVE
This documentary is about people in recovery from drug and alcohol abuse who are also living with HIV and AIDS. They share their personal stories about recovery and living with this disease. (1996, 25 Min.)
Selected Audience:   HIV positive people

DRUG ABUSE AND HIV: REACHING THOSE AT RISK
This video shows how three intervention models educate out-of-treatment injecting drug users about AIDS, about the behaviors that transmit the disease, and about strategies that reduce the risk of contracting AIDS. Focuses primarily on an indigenous leader community outreach model. (1995, 16 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Community groups/Substance abuse counselors

EVERYTHING I EVER WANTED
Using music-video images, an emotionally powerful short story unfolds about HIV. In the end all viewers will have questions about the events, the characters and choices. A discussion guide is included to answer questions that could arise. (1995, 11 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens

IT WON'T HAPPEN TO ME (AIDS)
Directed toward teenagers and young adults, this video is an intimate, moving interview with a young mother who is HIV positive. Her preschool daughter is also positive, but her husband, the child's father is not. She tells of the great anguish she feels at being responsible for her daughter's condition because of having had unsafe sex as a teen. Most poignant of all is her feeling that the death of her daughter and herself will be meaningless unless their tragedy serves to convince others to change their behaviors. (1991, 13 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens/Adult

NO REWIND
This is an engaging documentary that provides teenagers with essential information in a lively and accessible format. It also presents them with a model of open communication about topics such as HIV transmission, the influence of drugs and alcohol on sexual behavior, condoms, abstinence and HIV testing. The video features personal stories and information presented by teenagers through storytelling, humorous role playing and condom how-to's. (1992, 23 Min.)
Selected Audience:   High school

RELAPSE AND HIV RISK
This video focuses on the important connection between relapse and HIV risk, while providing basic information on high-risk behaviors and tools to cope with positive HIV test results. Clients learn valuable strategies to prevent relapse triggers. (1995, 24 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens/Adults infected with HIV

SEX DRUGS AND AIDS
This pioneering film tells young people what they need to know to avoid getting this deadly disease. The film describes what AIDS is, how it can and cannot be transmitted and provides peer support for modifying at-risk behavior. Sex, Drugs and AIDS also promotes understanding of those infected with the AIDS virus. (1986, 18 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Ages 15 to adult

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES
This video covers the most common infectious diseases in the United States (Chlamydia, gonorrhea, genital herpes, pelvic inflammatory disease, syphilis, Trichomoniasis, HIV infection and AIDS, HPV, and Hepatitis B). The program address the issue that many Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) are easily treated and the earlier a person seeks treatment and warns sex partners about the disease the less chance the disease will cause serious physical damage. (2002, 19 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Adults

UPDATE: SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES
This video presents detailed facts about common STDs and their symptoms and treatment. Citing the increased vulnerability to AIDS that STDs give rise to, urges teens to take responsibility for their own health and stresses abstinence as the only sure method of preventing any STD. (1995, 20 Min.)
Selected Audience:   Teens