The Flying Doctors of East Africa (German: Die Fliegenden Ärzte von Ostafrika) is a 1969 documentary film by Werner Herzog about the "flying doctors" service of the African Medical and Research Foundation in Tanzania, Kenya, and Nairobi.
A farmaceutical salesman is involved in the spiral of corruption in the medical assistance of the welfare state system.
A documentary/recruitment film originally intended for showings outside the United States to promote careers in public health and American methods in public health education. Directed by social documentarian Willard Van Dyke, and delivered entirely in the characteristic voice-over narration of that genre, the film centers around a young doctor, who during the course of his medical residency at the New York Presbyterian Hospital becomes disillusioned with the failures of the medical profession to address larger social and environmental health factors and discovers the field of public health. The young doctor moves to Baltimore to study at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health and finds his professional calling fighting a diphtheria outbreak in the poverty-stricken streets and row-houses of East Baltimore.
An eccentric scientist working for a large drug company is working on a research project in the Amazon jungle. He sends for a research assistant and a gas chromatograph because he's close to a cure for cancer. When the assistant turns out to be a "mere woman," he rejects her help. Meanwhile the bulldozers get closer to the area in which they are conducting research, and they eventually learn to work together, and begin falling in love.
Twelve hundred years ago the people of Tibet developed a comprehensive medical system. They understood how the mind can powerfully affect the body. They knew subtle ways of changing the body¹s chemistry with medicines made from plants and minerals. They blessed their medicines in lengthy rituals. And they encoded this knowledge in a series of elaborate paintings.
Black Women in Medicine is the first documentary to focus on unsung Black Women Doctors as they share their journeys from inequality to excellence.
The Nishiyuu walkers made the trek from Whapmagoostui in Quebec to Ottawa, a 1,600-kilometre journey whose roots date back millennia. At the heart of legendary director Alanis Obomsawin’s latest short documentary, her 51st film in 50 years of filmmaking, is the idea of walking as activism, as well as a symbol of decolonization and an embrace of the traditional.
Vet leads his team of disbanded mercenaries into the treacherous Gallows Wood on one last mission to capture the elusive Professor Black. What was meant to be a simple extraction mission soon becomes a terrifying journey into madness.
Documentary - In this two part interview, Len Horowitz, shares his discoveries and research from emerging viruses to the healing power of sound.
Dr. Brézé and his sons, all surgeons with limited abilities fight any competition on their sector with all means.
The doc is in! Meet Doc McStuffins, an amazing six-year-old girl with a very special talent: She has the ability to talk to and heal toys! Together with her trusty friends - Lambie, Stuffy, Hallie and Chilly - Doc treats and helps all toys and stuffed animals that need their boo boos fixed, ouchies kissed and problems solved. Whether it's a raspy walkie-talkie with Staticosis, a toy crab with Claw-be-gone-itis or just a little doll who needs a big hug, Doc McStuffins is on call 24/7 to help everyone discover the importance of taking care of themselves and others. Treat your little one to five fun-filled episodes packed with laughter, music and adventure that prove Friendship is the Best Medicine!
Documentary of the Horrors of the Nazi experimentation on humans.
The first of the seven "Doctor" films, based on Richard Gordon's novels and released between 1954 and 1970. Simon Sparrow is a newly arrived medical student at St Swithin's hospital in London. Falling in with three longer-serving hopefuls he is soon immersed in the wooing, imbibing and fast sports-car driving that constitute 1950's medical training. There is, however, always the looming and formidable figure of chief surgeon Sir Lancelot Spratt to remind them of their real purpose.
The story of the Medici family of Florence, their ascent from simple merchants to power brokers sparking an economic and cultural revolution. Along the way, they also accrue a long list of powerful enemies.
Explores the inner workings of an urban teaching hospital and the critical issues faced by the dedicated physicians and staff of its overburdened emergency room.