This is a great concept — Just A Minute Instant Tutorials – short one minute refresher videos for use on your smartphone, tablet or laptop, either streamed or downloadable.
It is also a great competition.
It comes from the collective brain of Casey Parker, Minh Le Cong and Tim Leeuwenberg — and I suspect at least subconsciously inspired by Matt Dawson and Mike Mallin’s One Minute Ultrasound app — all five will feature at SMACC GOLD too of course.
Here’s the low down as of 5th September 2013, from the JAMIT — Rural Medicine Australia page, where you can submit your entries:
- Entry to the competition is free.
- Entry submissions start on 3rd September and close on 25th October. Voting closes on 30 October at 10am.
- By entering the competition the entrant certifies that:
- they have signed consent forms from all people visually identifiable in your video.
- they have obtained all the appropriate permissions and clearances for all music and images that appear in the video. All music and images must be original, permitted or copyright free.
- all other footage is the entrants original work.
- All entries must be submitted as YouTube links to video files of maximum duration of 60 seconds.
- All entrants must ensure that there are no corporate names or logos used in the video, this includes anyone wearing and/or displaying corporate names or logos. Entrants are advised to remove or obscure labels/brand names from any commercial products used in their videos.
- The judges’ decisions will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- Prizes are not negotiable & non-transferable.
- The entrant indemnifies the competition organisers from any loss, injury or damage that may occur in the production or publication of their video.
- By entering the competition the entrants agree to abide by these terms and conditions.
- The entrant retains copyright over their work, but by entering a video in this competition, the entrant grants permission to ACRRM to reproduce the video on any ACRRM controlled websites for mash-ups, instructional purposes or as examples of exemplary medical education.
- The promoter for this competition is The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine – ABN 12 078 081 848.
For updates and the official word go to the JAMIT — Rural Medicine Australia