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Alternative splicing and the regulation of neuronal gene expression

https://libraries.phsa.ca/permalink/catalog15351
Black, Douglas. Vancouver, BC: BC Cancer Agency. Multi-Media Services , 2006. (Video, DVD) — 1 copy, 1 available
Audience
Professional
Agency
BC Cancer Agency
Location
Vancouver Library AV Room
Call Number
QZ206 B365 2006 v.208
Title
Alternative splicing and the regulation of neuronal gene expression
Alternate Title
Monday noon seminar series
Author
Black, Douglas
Corporate Author
BC Cancer Research Centre Seminar Series
Place
Vancouver, BC
Publisher
BC Cancer Agency. Multi-Media Services
Year Published
2006
Physical Description
60 minutes
Series
BC Cancer Research Centre seminar series 208
Subjects
Alternative Splicing - DVD
Gene Expression - DVD
Language
English
Material Type
Video
DVD
Agency
BC Cancer Agency
Location
Vancouver Library AV Room
Audience
Professional
Call Number
QZ206 B365 2006 v.208
c.1 BC Cancer Agency VC Library AV Room Available

Aboriginal journeys in mental health [videorecording] : Walking the path together

https://libraries.phsa.ca/permalink/catalog17469
Fraser Health Authority (FHA). Surrey, B.C.: Bear Image Productions and Mission Indian Friendship Centre Society , 2005. (Video, DVD) — 1 copy, 1 available
Audience
Professional
Agency
BC Cancer Agency
Location
Abbotsford Library FHA
Call Number
WA305 A26 2005
Aboriginal Journeys in Mental Health is a new 36-minute documentary featuring Aboriginal people recovering from depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia—and related issues such as anxiety, suicide, trauma, and substance use. The DVD honours Aboriginal people sharing their personal experiences…
Title
Aboriginal journeys in mental health [videorecording] : Walking the path together
Corporate Author
Fraser Health Authority (FHA)
Place
Surrey, B.C.
Publisher
Bear Image Productions and Mission Indian Friendship Centre Society
Year Published
2005
Physical Description
1 DVD (36 min.)
Subjects
Depression
Depression - drug therapy
Depression - therapy
Indians, North American
Bipolar disorder
Mental Disorders
Schizophrenia
Alternative Medicine
Aboriginal health
Aboriginal health collection
Abstract
Aboriginal Journeys in Mental Health is a new 36-minute documentary featuring Aboriginal people recovering from depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia—and related issues such as anxiety, suicide, trauma, and substance use. The DVD honours Aboriginal people sharing their personal experiences with mental illnesses and recovery. The partners involved in this project included Fraser Health Authority’s Aboriginal Services, Mission Mental Health, Mission Indian Friendship Centre Society, Stó:lo Nation Health Support Services, and Bear Image Productions. Fraser Health was the primary funder with the BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions Information providing funding for steering and promotional support. Staff from the Canadian Mental Health Association’s BC Division provided input on the BC Partners’ behalf.
Material Type
Video
DVD
Agency
BC Cancer Agency
Location
Abbotsford Library FHA
Audience
Professional
Call Number
WA305 A26 2005
c.1 BC Cancer Agency ARHCC Library Available
Burke, Marie;. , 2005. (Video, DVD) — 1 copy, 1 available
Audience
Patient or Public
Agency
BC Cancer Agency
Location
Abbotsford Cancer Info Ctr FHA
Call Number
E98 M4 S65 2006
Filmmaker Marie Burke journeys inward into the spiritual world of traditional Native medicine. With a lifetime of experience in the ways of Native spirituality, Mary and Ed Louie are steadfastly committed to the practices that keep them accountable to the spirit world, their people and Mother Earth…
Title
Spirit doctors [videorecording]
Author
Burke, Marie;
Year Published
2005
Physical Description
1 videodisc (42 min.)
Subjects
Aboriginal health collection
Indians of North America - Medicine - Canada
Abstract
Filmmaker Marie Burke journeys inward into the spiritual world of traditional Native medicine. With a lifetime of experience in the ways of Native spirituality, Mary and Ed Louie are steadfastly committed to the practices that keep them accountable to the spirit world, their people and Mother Earth. In a twist of fate, sound recordist Don Howell is unexpectedly diagnosed with throat cancer during the filming process. He chooses to be treated with modern medicine, and for the first time ever, seeks Mary and Ed for spiritual guidance and healing. Though many healing practices and ceremonies are considered too sacred to be filmed, Mary and Ed decide to allow Don's doctoring to be recorded by the all-native crew for the purposes of teaching others.
Material Type
Video
DVD
Agency
BC Cancer Agency
Location
Abbotsford Cancer Info Ctr FHA
Audience
Patient or Public
Call Number
E98 M4 S65 2006
c.1 BC Cancer Agency ARHCC Cancer Info Ctr Available