Tertiary Catalogue

Public and Community Health

Contains 115 Videos

Hygiene: Handwashing

Hygiene: Handwashing

Aged Care

Keeping hands clean through improved hand hygiene is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid cross infection, spreading germs to others and getting sick ourselves. Washing hands with soap and water is the best way to reduce the...Show More
Home Is Where the Heart Stops

Home Is Where the Heart Stops

From award-winning producers, Home Is Where the Hearts Stops is a comprehensive CPR training video, but not as you know it! Written according to latest international resuscitation guidelines for audiences young and old of all learning styles,...Show More
Think Before You Drink

Think Before You Drink

Beverages are the single largest source of calories in the average American diet and their contribution often goes largely unnoticed. During this programme we examine soft drinks, sweetened teas, speciality coffee drinks, sports drinks, fruit...Show More
Families and Social Change

Families and Social Change

Examiners want students to write about aspects of contemporary family life, but their textbooks remain stuck in the past. This excellent video resource consolidates and updates student knowledge by igniting their interest in some current issues...Show More
Behaving Ethically Online

Behaving Ethically Online

Digital Smarts

The message of this teen-centred video is that all students have a responsibility to behave ethically online. Teenage hosts discuss the components which make up cyberbullying, and how to become an “upstander” rather than a bystander. The...Show More
Housing

Housing

A key human need is shelter. Providing appropriate and sustainable housing infrastructure, and access to it, is a major national focus and involves a range of businesses and other organisations, including government, at the local and national...Show More
Protecting Your Online Reputation and Safety

Protecting Your Online Reputation and Safety

Digital Smarts

The video provides specific advice about how to protect students’ privacy, security and online reputations. Real-life dangers from predators, spammers and identity thieves are revealed through teen interviews and accounts from experts in cyber...Show More
Types of Behaviours of Concern

Types of Behaviours of Concern

Workers in community or health services will from time to time encounter people exhibiting behaviours of concern. This collection of short programmes outlines common examples of difficult and challenging behaviours as well as providing...Show More
Underage Drinking: Is It Worth It?

Underage Drinking: Is It Worth It?

This no-nonsense programme lays out the straight facts about underage drinking. Alcohol abuse is responsible for a large number of deaths each year—deaths resulting from drunk driving, alcohol poisoning, fetal alcohol syndrome, cirrhosis and...Show More
Community

Community

First Aid Emergencies

Accidents and injuries occur without warning. When incidents happen in public places, often the welfare of the victim depends on the level of help they receive before qualified paramedics or other professionals can attend to them. For this...Show More
Home

Home

First Aid Emergencies

Home can be a potentially dangerous place. A vast number of accidents resulting in injury occur in and around the home. For this reason, it makes a lot of sense to ensure that as many occupants of a household as possible have some basic skills in...Show More
Sensory Loss and Ageing

Sensory Loss and Ageing

The decline or total loss of any of the five senses has an enormous impact on an older person's independence and the quality of life they enjoy. This interview led programme outlines the difficulties and behaviours a carer may encounter as a...Show More
Recognising Abusive Relationships

Recognising Abusive Relationships

“There’s no justification or reason good enough for someone to hurt, threaten, neglect or take advantage of you. Especially when the person doing it is supposed to care about the victim.” Recognising Abusive Relationships is a compelling...Show More
Supporting People with Disabilities

Supporting People with Disabilities

Working with people with disabilities is challenging and highly rewarding. This interview led programme discusses: the complex issues facing people with disability; effective communication; supporting rights, interests and needs; supporting a...Show More
Understanding Aged Care

Understanding Aged Care

Working with people with disabilities is challenging and highly rewarding. This interview led programme discusses: the complex issues facing people with disability; effective communication; supporting rights, interests and needs; supporting a...Show More
Professional Boundaries in Health Care

Professional Boundaries in Health Care

Professional boundaries refer to the distinctions that a worker or professional or group of professionals make between acceptable and unacceptable behaviour. In the delivery of health care services, they are critical to maintain a proper,...Show More
Pregnancy and Childbirth: The Real Story

Pregnancy and Childbirth: The Real Story

Please note: This program contains a live birth scene in the final chapter. Viewer discretion advised. The wonder of pregnancy and childbirth is an exciting and stressful time for mothers as well as fathers. This engaging, interview led...Show More
Meeting Individual Needs

Meeting Individual Needs

Providing health and care services to recipients has changed significantly in recent decades. Not only have technology and medical science progressed considerably, but approaches to service provision have also shifted. Today, the service user is...Show More
Giving Hygiene Feedback

Giving Hygiene Feedback

Cutting Edge Communication

Giving personal hygiene feedback can be a very sensitive topic. In this entertaining third program the team becomes aware of Sanjay's body odour, and subtle remarks don't help. Alex tries an anonymous gift of personal hygiene products on his desk...Show More
Dying High 2: Real Stories of Drugged Driving

Dying High 2: Real Stories of Drugged Driving

WARNING: This video contains real-life footage of car accidents with graphic scenes. The original award-winning Dying High gave viewers an unblinking look at what happens when teens overdose on alcohol or other drugs. This new programme moves...Show More
Case Management in Health Care

Case Management in Health Care

Case management is becoming a prominent and successful tool of modern healthcare. Putting the client firmly at the centre of a collaborative process, it can be mediated by doctors, social workers, nurses, and a range of vocationally qualified...Show More
Herpes: The Secret Is Out

Herpes: The Secret Is Out

Julie and Dan are dating. Is it safe for them to have sex if one has cold sores, or even genital herpes? Find out in this amusing program featuring Dr Kimberley Ivory and learn the facts about the HSV virus. Two young Australians are falling for...Show More
Infection Control in Health Care

Infection Control in Health Care

Infection control in a health care setting is a fundamental responsibility shared by all staff. This video resource will ensure that infection control is front of mind for every worker. It starts by outlining the four principles of infection...Show More
Health Risks to the World's Young

Health Risks to the World's Young

The ‘Convention on the Human Rights of Children’, which asserts the fundamental right of children to be free from discrimination and disadvantage, is the single most ratified human rights treaty in history. Yet to this day there are still many...Show More
Health Inequities in Australia

Health Inequities in Australia

Despite the best intentions, Indigenous life span and health expectancies are still significantly lower than the national average. For those aged 65 years or above, access to health services can also provide challenges. Why do these differences...Show More