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2011
Music (Circulation Desk)
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University of Virginia School of Medicine Student Class Play

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1925
Health Sciences (Rare Shelves)
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Black Box: (A Collaboration)

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1992
Ivy (By Request)
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Frida Kahlo--Portrait of an Artist

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Mexican painter Frida Kahlo's life is profiled. Afflicted with pain due to polio and an accident which left her crippled, Kahlo expressed her pain through her paintings. While alive, her work was overshadowed by that of her husband, muralist Diego Rivera, with whom she had a difficult, but devoted relationship.
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1991; 1989
Ivy (By Request)
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Rhythms of Haiti

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Cultural, folk-life, and tourist aspects of Haiti.
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1900; 1984
Ivy (By Request)
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Paradox on 72nd Street

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A documentary look at individualism and American society featuring the anonymous passerby on New York's 72nd Street.
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1982; 1980
Ivy (By Request)
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Deception

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Documents an ethical conflict between a nurse and a physician over telling an elderly patient that she has syphilis. Examines the issue of how to decide when deception is or is not morally justified.
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1988; 1986
Ivy (By Request)
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Representing a Client Before the Grand Jury

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Video U-Matic
1978
Law (Media) Map
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Debris of Divorce: The Effect on Children

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A look at the legal, judicial and psychiatric aspects of divorce and its impact on children.
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1984
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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What's to Become of Hospice?

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The success and problems of local and state-wide efforts and the impact of Medicare funding on the hospice movement are discussed.
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1984
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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Uncompensated Care: Which Patients and What Can Be Done?

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The panel explores societys ethical responsibility to ensure equitable access to medical care for all citizens of the U. S., and whether this responsibility is being adequately met.
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1985
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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Cocaine, Illicit Drugs and Public Policy

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The panel discusses the current and continuing problem of cocaine and its effect on the individual and society.
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1985
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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Should Foreign Nationals Have Access to U.S. Cadaver Organs for Transplantation?

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The current system of allocating organs and selecting recipients and the actual and proposed policies regarding the access of foreign nationals are the issues examined by the panel
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1987
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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Legal Problems in Emergency Rooms, Other Than Malpractice

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The panel discusses the implementation of new procedures which have been instituted in the emergency room. These procedures facilitate care of patients while protecting emergency room personnel and the hospital in today's litigious society.
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1988
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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The Case of a Court-Ordered Cesarean Section for a Terminally Ill Woman: What Are the Facts? What Should Have Been Done?

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The panel looks at the recent case of a 28-year-old terminally ill women who was 26 weeks pregnant. She underwent a court-ordered cesarean section delivery; the child lived 2 hours and the patient died 2 days later. Panelists explore the facts, what should have been done, and what should be done in such cases in the future.
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1988
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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Management of Chronic Pain: Can We Do Better?

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The panel looks at the controversial issues surrounding the use of narcotic substances to control intractable pain. Particular attention is focused upon the passage of a bill in the Virginia General Assembly which allows heroin to be used to treat patients with intractable pain.
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1988
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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AIDS, Children and Hemophiliacs

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The panel looks at data developed as a result of studies of hemophiliac patients and newborns with AIDS, and at factors which influence the rate of infection, as well as those associated with the perinatal transmission of AIDS.
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1988
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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Sick Building Syndrome: An Expensive Headache

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The panel looks at "the sick building syndrome," which can be described as symptoms of ill health among those who spend time in buildings with certain design problems. Design problems include: no natural ventilation, artificial humidification, and exposure to allergens such as fiberglass used in the construction. These problems require studies by engineers, architects and physicians.
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1988
Health Sciences (Ivy)
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OSHA, Benzene and the Supreme Court

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1980
Health Sciences (Ivy)