3rd ESRA Educational Video Competition - ESRA
 

Educational videos are one of the most effective tools for training regional anaesthesia and pain medicine techniques. Videos are used widely both as self-improvement tools and as CME materials.

ESRA recommends the passion and commitment of our many members who produce educational videos, often doing so with no professional help.

At the same time, we recognise the need to standardise the quality and structure of the videos being produced. Clear standards will hopefully encourage members to produce even more videos in the future.

The first edition of the Esra Video Competition has collected contributions from 10 teams out of 5 nations. The second edition did much better with 21 videos coming from four continents!

We can do better this time, can't we?

So take part in the third edition by submitting your educational video!

 
Competition rules

- The videos must have been produced in the twelve months prior to the 2019 ESRA Congress.
- Videos must last max. 10 minutes, preferable not more than 6 (max. 500 MB) [video tutorial]
- Videos may be on any topic concerning regional anaesthesia and pain medicine. Topics may include techniques, safety, and patient information management.
- Submitters must be active ESRA members in 2019.
- Please avoid refering to any brand or society that promote any regional products.
- Once your video is ready, fill in the registration form online here.
- Upload your video. Most file formats are supported.
- If your file doesn't upload, email us at support@thevideocontest.org or call us at +39 02 89512380 (work days from 9:00-13:00 and 14:00-18:00 CET).

 
Selection process

- Submitted videos will be reviewed and evaluated by a Jury selected by the ESRA Education Committee.
- Videos will be evaluated and allocated a mark between 0 and 5 for each of the following criteria:
        1. Content (know-how, skills, technique illustrated)
        2. Story board (how the content is structured)
        3. Teaching quality (how the message is delivered)
        4. Video quality (image, sound)
- A maximum of 20 points are allocated to a video.
- 6 finalists will be selected by the jury prior to the congress and notified by ESRA
- Authors of the 6 selected videos will be expected to attend and present their video abstract during a dedicated session at the ESRA congress 2019.
- The Jury and members attending the session will vote the best three videos among the six finalists
- ESRA members could assign 1, 2 or 3 votes to each of the finalist videos. The average will be computed into the final ranking

 
Awards

- The three winners will receive one free registration to any ESRA congress, course or workshop of their choice held in 2020 or 2021.
- The winners will be announced on the ESRA website and given special visibility on the ESRA Academy.
- All selected videos will be published on the ESRA Academy.

 
Support

Should you encounter any problem in uploading your video, please write to this address support@thevideocontest.org or call +39 02 89512380 (work days from 9:00-13:00, 14:00-17:30 CET).

For all other questions, you can contact office@esraeurope.org.