What do we know about autism? By comparing the different stages of child development in general than children with autism, we can understand their specificity? Which supported education and what can we offer them in a global, multidisciplinary and personalized approach to offset in a better way their deficits and stimulate their talents? This is what we will explore in this film.
Diagnosis processes must be very strictly conducted because hypertension may be asymptomatic, its consequences severe, its causes are various and its treatment very long.This video documentary has been designed to assist the practitioner in his daily work and give clear and practical answers to his questions. It will tackle successively the circumstances of the discovery, the repercussions on the three noble organs. This film is the first of a series dedicated to cardiology and arterial hypertension conceived for the needs of contimous medical training.
The aim of the program is to provide information on forms of education developed by the Faculty of Medicine of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
"Sorcerer children of Kinshasa" it’s a portrait of a group of children between 9 and 12 years, all accused of witchcraft. Sent by their parents, to the "Revivalist churches" that swarm all over Kinshasa, they are subjected to psychological and physical torture by many unscrupulous priests in order to "cast out the demons that hide within them." However, once they have suffered this exorcism, they are still considered to be tainted and are then rejected by parents to end up as homeless children in the streets of Kinshasa.
When the patient takes charge of his illness – as seen in Pulsations TV No. 120 Sharing responsibility for your treatment – this presents a challenge for many people with chronic illnesses. 30 years ago, the GUH were pioneers in the development of therapeutic education. Based on patient motivation and involvement, this alternative approach to care, first used to manage diabetes, is now used for 35 other conditions. We find out more by hearing about the experiences of Claire, Stéphanie and Alex.