1. Experiences of people using Bridges of Hope Training

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    This video includes action clips of Bridges of Hope Training activities being used in a wide variety of programmes throughout Africa. Some of the Facilitators and Peer Educators involved also share their insights and personal experiences of applying this methodology.

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    • James Rice: HIV Clinical Nurse Specialist

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      WELLINGTON HOSPITAL - NGA PUNA WAIORA Wellington WEBSITEwww.ccdhb.org.nz Details for the nurse specialist: Ph: (04) 806 2610 Fax: (04) 385 5360 Mobile: 027 444 1967 Email: james.rice@ccdhb.org.nz Capital & Coast DHB Infectious Diseases Department PUBLIC SERVICE What are Infectious Diseases? An infectious disease is a disease caused by the presence of pathogenic microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi or parasites. Infectious diseases vary in their ability to be spread from one person to another; those that do spread are known as contagious or communicable diseases. Most minor infectious diseases e.g. warts, respiratory system infections, can be diagnosed by clinical presentation while in other cases it may be necessary to identify the particular microbe. Many infectious diseases are diagnosed and treated by primary care doctors or by other medical or surgical teams in the hospital. However, in some cases, specialist doctors who have trained and have expertise in infectious diseases will become involved. This may be necessary when e.g. there is not a definite diagnosis, the patient is immunocompromised (their immune system is unable to fight the infection) or the disease has not responded to first line antibiotics. At your outpatient visit you may be seen by a consultant, a registrar and/or a nurse. The Infectious Diseases Service at Wellington Hospital contributes to the care of people with a wide variety of infections both within the hospital and in the Wellington/Kapiti/Hutt Valley regions. We directly look after a small number of people on the Internal Medicine Ward. We also see a large number of people who are being looked after by other services throughout the hospital to offer advice on the appropriate management of problems due to infection. We see a large number of people with non urgent problems in our outpatient clinics at the front of the new hospital. We see people with: HIV infection infections after surgery travel associated infections such as malaria, dengue and typhoid tuberculosis infections after organ/bone marrow transplants or in people whose immune system is suppressed for other reasons infections that will require prolonged intravenous antibiotic treatment that we can often arrange to give at home – HITH service.

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      • Amigos de Nyumbani

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        This video is about Sustainability at Nyumbani

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        • Sustainability at Nyumbani

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          This video is about Sustainability at Nyumbani

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          • Sustainability at Nyumbani

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            This video is about Sustainability at Nyumbani

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            • Sustainability at Nyumbani

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              This video is about Sustainability at Nyumbani

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              • How imperfect drug penetration can lead to drug resistance

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                This video is about our paper Imperfect drug penetration leads to spatial monotherapy and rapid evolution of multidrug resistance 2015 PNAS http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2015/05/15/1424184112.abstract Authors: Stefany Moreno-Gamez Alison Hill Daniel Rosenbloom Dmitri Petrov Martin Nowak

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                • Introducing DEVYN ELISABETH, TRANSMODELS.COM

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                  Introducing DEVYN ELISABETH, TRANSMODELS.COM info@transmodels.com #transmodels #transmodel www.transmodels.com

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                  • Mattertronics Single Cell Immunoarray

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                    This video demonstrates the capabilities of our single cell immunoarray. We first demonstrate the electromagnetic principles of each individual component (conductor, transistor, & capacitor). We then demonstrate the ability to arrange these components to form a working array capable of sorting, isolating, and retrieving individual cells on command. This biocompatible technology is a novel method and one that we aim to fully develop in order to contribute to the field of single cell immunology and HIV latency.

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                    • Protection - A condom lesson in Cape Town

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                      Protection brings alive tensions, contradictions and realities surrounding condom use for men in these times of HIV. The film offers vivid glimpses into attitudes and emotions of men of different backgrounds and ages in South Africa, Kenya and Sierra Leon, in rural and urban contexts, and the challenges and realities of sexual protection that men are facing. It provides moving insights into perceptions and debates about condoms that resonate across Africa and often place men and boys at risk either of contradicting HIV or of being ill-prepared to manage well their HIV positive status. As it explores different ways of thinking and arguing about condom use, Protection invites you to think again about the importance of sexual protection for boys and men in sub-Saharan African countries, where lives of millions of men, women and children are affected by HIV and AIDS.

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