Best TSANZ Training Video Award

What is the Best TSANZ Training Video Award?
TSANZ invites all members to submit a teaching video of up to 15 minutes for consideration in the 2018 ASM Best Training Video Award program.

Submissions can be related to any aspect of respiratory and/or sleep health or research. The target audience are TSANZ members. Videos should be innovative in delivery and presentation. Videos must not reveal any patient identification information. Submissions are due 5pm AEST Friday 23rd February.

The selection panel, comprised of members of the Education and Training Subcommittee (ETS), drawing on subject matter experts, will select a short list of videos to be presented at the ASM. The winning Video will be announced at the ASM.

All entries may be considered for upload onto to the TSANZ website as training resources for members. The winning video will be awarded a $2,000 prize sponsored by the TSANZ Insurance Brokers, Omnisure

Who can apply?

Every TSANZ member of any discipline or member type is invited to apply.

What happens if my video is selected?
The TSANZ ETS will seek subject matter expertise to assist in adjudicating. The ETS will select the most effective Videos based on the following criteria

  • How effectively were learning outcomes articulated and achieved
  • How engaging is the Video (static PowerPoints will receive lower scores than dynamic productions)
  • Was the timeframe of up to 15 minutes achieved
  • Is the material presented accurate and evidence based

All entries may be considered for upload onto the TSANZ website as ongoing training resources for members and the producers will receive a framed certificate from TSANZ. The winning Video will also receive a $2,000 cash prize.  All uploaded videos may cite their videos as a publication on TSANZ website.

Guidelines for Submission

  • Videos will be restricted to up to 15 minutes.
  • Submissions can be related to any aspect of respiratory and/or sleep health or research
  • Videos must be submitted with a word document which includes the learning outcomes for the Video
  • All Videos should not reveal any identifiable patient information.
  • Videos must be submitted in MP4, MOV, WMV, AVI, or FLV format.
  • Copyright agreement form must be signed and returned
  • How to Submit? Videos should be no larger than 4 GB and are to be submitted on a thumb drive. Please post your video to the TSANZ Office (GPO Box 1491, Sydney, NSW 2001) and ensure it is clearly marked with the authors name/s

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