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Contemporary Arts Media / Artfilms offer more than 5000 films for arts education and arts practitioners. The unique collection originates from Australia, UK, USA, Germany, Denmark, France, Hungary, Canada, Switzerland, Pakistan, Indonesia, Africa and Japan. Our customers are from all corners of the world. The company's aspiration is to promote art and culture in education.

We also produce films, and we are often involved in new productions by providing guidance and support to artists and filmmakers.

We are proudly associated with independent artists and film producers, leading contemporary theatre and dance companies, researchers, lecturers, university departments, contemporary art galleries and archives across the world. We consider these artists, producers, filmmakers and distributors to be stakeholders in our company. Every sale through Artfilms supports the creator directly.
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Symptom Media’s collection of over 600 Assessment Tools, DSM 5 and ICD 10 Guided Films.


As a reminder, instructors can use and integrate films within their online courses, lectures and Course Learning Management System to create a more dynamic learning experience for their online students.

In combination with clinical rotations, Symptom Media’s DSM 5 guided films enable students to view, analyze, and discuss clinical cases.

In addition, instructors can use Symptom Media’s Test Section to improve student competency by designing questions, assignments, assessments and tests around films without students knowing what the diagnosis is prior to watching.
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Kemp Library has access to PsychiatryOnline's Core Package which includes the following titles:

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American Journal of Psychiatry
Psychiatric Services
Psychiatric News

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DSM 5 : https://tinyurl.com/dsm5esu
Spanish Edition of the Desk Reference to the Diagnostic Criteria From DSM-5
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