Caring Inside the Wall: HIV Treatment in the Correctional Setting
Structured around four cases studies, this video explores issues including intake of inmates claiming to be on HIV medications; factors to consider in beginning HAART therapy; adherence and pill lines versus keep-on-person medication regimens; transition issues; and Hepatitis C co-infection. Featuring interviews with leading national experts on HIV and corrections, the film includes segments shot in Washington's McNeil Island Correctional Center.

Produced 2001. 27 minutes. VHS and DVD.

Price: $75 (Free in AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA)


 

Double Jeopardy: Management of the HIV/Hepatitis C Co-Infected Patient
This program follows a co-infected patient from diagnosis through referral to a GI specialist. Dr. Stephen Tabet and Dr. Margaret Shuhart of the University of Washington provide expert guidance on the management of co-infected patients, including counseling, treatment candidacy, an overview of current therapies, monitoring, and followup.

Produced 2002. 23 minutes. VHS and DVD.

Price: $75 (Free in AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA)


 

High Impact: Substance Abuse and HIV Care
Shot on location at Highland General Hospital in Oakland, California, and the University of Washington's Center for Health Education and Research in Seattle, High Impact explores the challenges of delivering HIV care to patients with histories of substance abuse. Join HIV specialists David Spach, MD, Deborah Royal, RN, ANP, and psychiatrist Victoria Harris, MD, along with a focus group of clients, in a fast-paced program with five sections: Stabilizing and Reducing Harm; Beginning Antiretroviral Therapy; Drug Interactions; Pain Management; Supporting Adherence.

Produced 2000. 27 minutes. VHS and DVD.

Price: $75 (Free in AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA)


HIV/AIDS Antiretroviral Therapy Update
Dr. David Spach presents an update on current recommendations for the treatment of HIV using antiretroviral therapy. This presentation synthesizes recent research to provide health care workers with new information on DHHS guidelines, medications, ARV medication resistance and lipoatrophy (fat wasting).

Produced 2004. 23 minutes. VHS and DVD.

Price: $75 (Free in AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA)


Management of IV/Hepatitis C Co-Infection: A Roundtable
In this video a roundtable of expert clinicians from the University of Washington and the Northwest AETC faculty discuss HIV/Hepatitis C co-infection. Through a case-based approach, they explore issues including:

• Epidemiology of HCV in HIV-Infected Persons
• Vaccines for HCV-Infected Persons
• Evaluation Prior to Initiating Therapy for HCV
• Preferred Regimens for Treating HCV Infection
• Antiretroviral Medications to Avoid While Treating HCV
• Duration of Therapy
• Basic Laboratory Monitoring After Starting Therapy
• Management of Anemia
• Depression with HCV Therapy
• Management of 12 Week Non-Responder
• Patient with HCV and Active Substance Use
• Screening for Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Produced 2005. 24 minutes. VHS and DVD.

Price: $75 (Free in AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA)


HIV Resistance Testing: A Case-Based Overview for Clinical Practice
Presented by three expert HIV clinicians, this program provides an overview of HIV genotyping and phenotyping, discusses clinical applications, and answers basic questions care providers may have. Doctors David Spach, Christopher Behrens, and Robert Harrington explore several cases in depth in a round table discussion that provides real-life examples of the complexities, and in some cases controversies, involved in using resistance testing in the clinical setting.

Produced 2003. 35 minutes. VHS and DVD.

Price: $75 (Free in AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA)


 

Occupational Exposure to HIV: Recommendations for PEP with Dr. David Spach
A case-based overview of current recommendations for the treatment of occupational exposures to HIV, this lecture explores a variety of typical scenarios and provides specific recommendations, based on current CDC guidelines, for treatment with antiretroviral medications.

Produced 2002. 20 minutes. VHS and DVD.

Price: $75 (Free in AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA)


 

Oral Manifestations of HIV/AIDS: An Update with Joel Epstein, DMD, MSD, FRCD(c)
This lecture-style presentation explores oral manifestations of HIV/AIDS in the era of antiretroviral medications. Illustrated with clinical slides, the program presents ulcerations, lesions, viral infections, candidiasis, and related oral manifestations of HIV/AIDS.

Produced 2002. 32 minutes. VHS and DVD.

Price: $75 (Free in AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA)


Pregnant and Positive: Issues in Clinical Care and Support
Pregnant and Positive explores clinical care for HIV-infected women before, during and after pregnancy through interviews with three medical experts and an HIV-positive, pregnant woman, modeled clinical encounters, and an epidemiological overview. The film provides guidance and recommendations for primary care providers, including those who manage OB/GYN care but are not experienced in treating HIV-infected pregnant women.

Produced 2003. 35 minutes. VHS and DVD.

Price: $75 (Free in AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA)


 

Primary HIV Infection: Recognition and Diagnosis
Topics covered in this 25-minute, lecture-style video include Identifying Primary HIV Infection, Diagnostic Tests for HIV, Pre-and Post-Test Counselling, and a summary of the importance of identifying HIV early. Vignettes with patients illustrate approaches providers can use when doing risk assessments and pre- and post-test counselling.

Produced 2001. 25 minutes. VHS and DVD.

Price: $75 (Free in AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, WA)

 

     
 

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