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ASM CO-VID-EO Contest!

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Before we gather virtually, let's have some fun!

Submit a video! Your video should convey the idea of connection within a group, throughout a province, across Canada, or even across the world. The sky is the limit! It could be funny, or it could be professional. All submissions will be entered into a contest, and winners will be announced at the ASM 2021. Get ready, a Curie cash jackpot is at stake!

The details: 

  1. Create a short video (maximum 1 min).
  2. Topics for the video include but are not limited to: the ASM theme, explaining your work as a medical physicist, your journey in medical physics, lip-dub, Tik Tok style, etc…
  3. All submissions will be shared on COMP social media once moderated by the ASM committee.
  4. Each video should have a unique identifiable title, for example: #TitleCOVIDEO and be submitted with #ASMCOVIDEOContest.
  5. Finalists will be determined by the most likes, shares, and comments containing their hashtag on social media. Winners will be decided through a vote by the ASM and Communications Committees.
  6. Please send your submissions to sarah@comp-ocpm.caor post on social media and tag @MedPhysCA #ASMCOVIDEOContest

 

Published on June 10, 2021

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