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019    ASP1730754/ediv 
020    9781503449213 
035    (OCoLC)808818393 
035    .b52205435 
040    VaAlASP|beng|cVaAlASP 
245 00 Fighting HIV. 
246 3  Fighting HIV :|bthe issue. 
246 3  Fighting HIV :|bthe lesson. 
264  1 [England] :|bTeachers TV/UK Department of Education,
300    1 online resource (28 minutes). 
336    two-dimensional moving image|btdi|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Education in video. 
490 1  KS3/4 science ;|v1. 
490 1  KS3/4 science ;|v2. 
500    Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 5, 
520    This programme looks at the science behind HIV and AIDS 
       and recent developments in prevention and medication.Clint
       Walters learned he was HIV positive eight years ago, when 
       he was only 17. The news shattered Clint and his family, 
       but worse was to come. Clint's rapid progression to full-
       blown AIDS almost killed him. Thankfully modern 
       combination therapies have restored Clint to almost full 
       health. Clint meets with various top scientists to find 
       out about the science behind HIV and AIDS.  Firstly he 
       meets Dr Michael Brady, from Kings College London, who 
       explains why controlling HIV is so difficult and talks 
       about the difficulties of keeping to a drug regime that 
       lasts for life. Dr. Anton Pozniak talks about vaccine 
       trials, whilst Prof. Jonathan Weber talks about the most 
       recent developments in HIV prevention and the microbicide 
       programme, which is currently being tested in Africa and 
       the UK. 
520    Laura Seabright is a science teacher at an inner-city 
       school. With her top set class, she investigates HIV 
       transmission using a practical demonstration involving 
       milk powder and starch solution that mimics the transfer 
       of bodily fluids. It's a tricky subject but with guidance 
       from their teacher, the pupils handle the topic with 
       remarkable maturity. Then after putting aside some common 
       misconceptions about HIV and AIDS, Laura sets up a group 
       activity where the students discuss whether funds should 
       be spent on HIV treatment or prevention.Ralph Levinson for
       the Institute of Education is on-hand to offer some help 
       dealing with these difficult issues in the classroom. 
530    Previously released as DVD. 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bAlexandria, VA :|cAlexander 
       Street Press,|d2012.|f(Education in video).|nAvailable via
       World Wide Web. 
546    This edition in English. 
650  0 Science|xStudy and teaching|0
       /subjects/sh85118587|zGreat Britain.|0
650  0 Health education|0
       sh85059537|zGreat Britain.|0
650  0 HIV infections.|0
650  0 HIV infections|0
       sh91004036|xStudy and teaching.|0
650  0 AIDS (Disease)|0
650  0 AIDS (Disease)|xStudy and teaching.|0
655  7 Nonfiction television programs.|2lcgft|0
655  7 Documentary television programs.|2lcgft|0
655  7 Instructional television programs.|2lcgft|0http:// 
710 2  Glasshead Television and Web,|eproducer. 
776 1  |cOriginal publisher catalog number|oC/0767/001. 
776 1  |cOriginal publisher catalog number|oC/0767/002. 
830  0 Education in video.|0
856 40 |3Fighting HIV: the issue|uhttp://
       aspresolver.asp?EDIV;1730754|zConnect to online video 
       (University of Melbourne only) 
856 40 |3Fighting HIV: the lesson|uhttp://
       aspresolver.asp?EDIV;1730755|zConnect to online video 
       (University of Melbourne only) 
907    .b52205435 
945    The Whole World 
990    MARCIVE MELB 201906 
990    Batch Ebook load by Library Systems - do not edit, delete 
       or attach any records. 
990    Alexander Street Press 
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