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Provider Self-Care (Clip 6) | The Providers

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Listen as Chris Ruge, on a home visit, discusses opiod pain medication with a patient, and then, back at the clinic, discusses the challenges of self-care and work-life balance with Matt. These conversations offer insights into the stressors associated with, and resiliencies required for, working with underserved populations.

This film module is adapted from the PBS film The Providers and is part of a curriculum collection.

The Practice of Rural Medicine (Clip 3) | The Providers

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Learn about the concerns and methods of Matt Probst in recruiting and retaining healthcare workers in a rural community health setting. Matt discusses the rural brain drain, as well as the joys and challenges of practicing medicine in a community he loves.

This film module is adapted from the PBS film The Providers and is part of a curriculum collection. 

Film Trailer | The Providers

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Set against the backdrop of the physician shortage and opioid epidemic in rural America, The Providers follows three healthcare providers in northern New Mexico. They work at El Centro, a small group of safety-net clinics that offer care to all who walk through the doors. Amidst personal struggles that at times reflect those of their patients, the journeys of the providers unfold as they work to reach rural Americans who would otherwise be left out of the healthcare system. With intimate access, the documentary shows the transformative power of providers’ relationships with marginalized patients.

Patient Centered Care (Clip 5) | The Providers

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Gain insights into patient-centered care as Matt Probst talks with an elderly patient, Ignacio, about his life, work, and medical treatment.

This film module is adapted from the PBS film The Providers and is part of a curriculum collection.

Human Performance Data: Teacher Background Video

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With motivating interviews and creative graphic overlays, teachers will learn ideas for inspiring student-designed experiments about human performance. Experimental design is introduced, including data collection, sampling methods, and data interpretation.

Working with Primary Sources and Artifacts | Teaching Strategies

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These professional development videos explain the value of teaching history using primary sources and artifacts, how you can use an essential question to foster enduring understandings, and two strategies for analyzing artifacts. History educator Josue Sakata uses artifacts from the International Museum of World War II to illustrate these techniques.

Working with Controversial Artifacts | Teaching Strategies

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In this professional development video, history educator Josue Sakata explains several strategies to help students work with artifacts that may be controversial or evoke strong feelings.

Dehumanization of the Enemy | Teaching Strategies

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This professional development video models techniques for analyzing an artifact to help students answer an essential question. History educator Josue Sakata demonstrates how to analyze an envelope illustration from the International Museum of World War II to help answer the question: What is dehumanization, and why it is a dangerous process?

Expansion of Government Power | Teaching Strategies

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This professional development video models strategies for analyzing an artifact to help students answer an essential question. History educator Josue Sakata demonstrates how to analyze a travel authorization form from the International Museum of World War II to help answer the question: Is it justifiable for the government to expand its power in times of national emergency?

Introduction to Genetics and Medicine

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There are many reasons a person may choose to learn about their genetic information. For some, a difficult-to-diagnose disease may have them look to their genes for an answer, while others may choose to learn about their genetics when they are healthy so they can use this information when making medical decisions.

The support materials were created by the Personal Genetics Education Project.

 

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