Tertiary Catalogue

Series: Nursing


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
Aged Care and Cultural Diversity

Aged Care and Cultural Diversity

Our cultural backgrounds, experiences and beliefs can influence our day-to-day behaviour without us even realising it. Within aged care, culture has a major impact on how we work and how we communicate with patients and residents. Often a...Show More
Aged Care: Communicating with Aged Care Residents

Aged Care: Communicating with Aged Care Residents

Effective communication with elderly people living in residential care is the keystone to the delivery of high quality care; care that not only meets the physical needs of patients, but also mental, emotional, social and even spiritual care...Show More
Aged Care: Communicating with Family and Carers

Aged Care: Communicating with Family and Carers

Australia is experiencing 'population ageing'. Many older Australians are dependent on the care and support of informal care arrangements provided by the family and formal aged care services delivered in the community or in residential aged care...Show More
Aged Care: Communication with Colleagues

Aged Care: Communication with Colleagues

Integral to the operations of any workplace is effective communication between all staff. It is particularly important in any area of health service delivery and care, including an aged care environment. Communication in the workplace takes on...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 Care Procedures: Showering and Bed-Bathing

Basic Care Procedures: Showering and Bed-Bathing

Maintaining personal hygiene plays an important role in preventing disease, especially infection; as well as contributing to the patient's general well-being, preserving comfort and positive body image. This programme demonstrates how to carry...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
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
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
Caring for the Frail and Immobile

Caring for the Frail and Immobile

This programme explores a range of areas relating to caring for frail and immobile people. Its thrust is largely about encouraging older people to use their existing capacities to the maximum extent, in order to remain as physically and mentally...Show More
Communication Skills for Nurses

Communication Skills for Nurses

Health professionals have a responsibility to provide clear, concise and appropriate information to colleagues, patients and the wider community. This essential programme employs a dynamic combination of dramatised scenarios, real footage on...Show More
Conversations to Remember

Conversations to Remember

"Conversations to Remember" is an intimate and honest portrayal of how people deal with end-of-life issues. In it, people with life-threatening conditions and their carers talk freely about what is important to them, ways of coping, and, in their...Show More
Cultural Diversity in Nursing Practice

Cultural Diversity in Nursing Practice

Professional nursing requires a highly sophisticated set of communication skills. Every day, nurses must effectively communicate with people of differing religions, ages, sexes and cultures. To deliver the most appropriate and effective medical...Show More
Death, Dying and Bereavement

Death, Dying and Bereavement

*Warning - contains brief scenes from a funeral parlour with a body being prepared.* This programme helps to prepare care workers for dealing with the emotional and practical issues surrounding death, dying and bereavement. There are many...Show More
Dementia Care for Managers and Supervisors

Dementia Care for Managers and Supervisors

This title in the Dementia Care series has been designed to assist those who manage or supervise the provision of social care services to those with dementia. Dementia Care for Managers and Supervisors considers the management issues relating to...Show More
Dementia Care in the Care Home

Dementia Care in the Care Home

Following on from the Understanding Dementia title, this video focuses on developing dementia care skills. Practical in nature, this title explores the ways in which care workers can adapt everyday routines and practices to support a person with...Show More
Dementia Care in the Domiciliary Setting

Dementia Care in the Domiciliary Setting

Following on from the Understanding Dementia title this video focuses on developing dementia care skills. Designed to reflect the intricacies of providing care in the home, this title explores the ways in which domiciliary care workers can adapt...Show More
Dementia with Dignity

Dementia with Dignity

‘Dementia with Dignity’ stands out from other programs because of its clear language, real-life situations and practical approach. Filmed entirely on location at residential and day care facilities, it is packed with useful advice and...Show More
Develop as a Worker

Develop as a Worker

This programme will demonstrate the value of worker development to managers and staff within either residential or domiciliary care settings. It encourages workers to evaluate their work and improve on it, to build continuing professional...Show More
Developing a Nursing Portfolio

Developing a Nursing Portfolio

Nurses are one of a few professions many people trust with their lives. However like any other occupation, nursing professionals still need to maintain their skills in their current area of practice and Professional Practice Portfolios (PPP)...Show More