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23/04/2014 NIHR Trainees Meeting 2012 NIHR Trainees Coordinating Centre Dr Lisa Cotterill
NIHR Media Competition Enthuse patients, colleagues, your friends and family, and the public about your research. Communicate your clinical/applied health/social care research Get creative and use your media skills to get the NIHR message about research out. Win prizes So are you an NIHR Health Researcher interested in communicating your research? If so here's a chance to:
Eligibility –The research should be clinical or applied health research, including social care research. It could also be research into medical education. –The research should have clear potential for benefitting patients and the public within 5 years of its completion. –The research can involve: patients; samples or data from patients; people who are not patients; populations; health technology assessment; or health services research. –NIHR does not support basic research or work involving animals or their tissue. You should be a member of the NIHR Faculty and your research should meet the remit below.
Guidance and how to enter make a video, a short one, up to a maximum of 6 minutes. use whatever helps you to get your message over: pictures, animations or people telling their stories, to communicate your ideas. obtain and record consent of anyone you film or photograph The NIHR logo must not be used, however you must acknowledge the NIHR as a source of funding. So all we ask is that it has impact to engage, inform and enthuse.
Then upload your video to YouTube CLICK on the Upload tab at the top of the webpage and follow the on screen instructions. TAG your video with the words "NIHR Interface" Once you have uploaded your video you will receive an from YouTube informing you that your video has been loaded. Forward that to and tell us who your target audience is and you will be entered into the NIHR Media
Competition Launch and Closing Dates Launch date - 21st November 2012 Closing date - 22nd March 2013
Assessment Criteria Research content - (importance, approach, impact) Quality of the film- (flow of the story, style, clear message) The production quality of the film is not assessed Engagement- (watchability, entertainment value)
Prizes and what happens next The winning video will receive a £250 book token and there will be other prizes for the runners up These will then be posted on the Official NIHR TV YouTube channel
Congratulations to……….. Chronic.mp4 Philip Shelton, NIHR CLAHRC Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland My Bugs and Me Kathy Sim, Section of Paediatrics, Imperial College London Advanced Preclinical Testing of Joint Replacement Devices Mazen Al-Hajjar, Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering, University of Leeds