Canadian Critical Care Society - Photo Competition
SHOW US YOUR CREATIVE SIDE!
Photography can be therapeutic both for those who stand behind the lens and those who view the product. Both taking and viewing photos can help us slow down, focus, be in the moment, and contribute to the practice of mindfulness. As we emerge from the shadows of a very challenging period in Canadian Medicine, we want to contribute to helping our Canadian Critical Care colleagues appreciate moments captured during the past 2.5 years in the form of a Photo Contest. Each entry should be accompanied by a short description describing what the captured moment meant for the photographer. The photos do not need to be directly related to healthcare or a medical setting.
Deadline for submission: Friday, November 11, 2022
How to Enter the Contest:
To enter the CCCS photo contest, click the "register" button on the left and follow the prompts. Please review the contest rules below.
First Place - $750 CAD
Second Place - $500 CAD
Third Place - $250 CAD
1. Each contestant can submit up to 3 photos for the competition.
2. The competition is open to CCCS members
3. Please provide a photo in a recognized electronic format that does not contain any identifying information about the contestant.
4. Please ensure that the file submitted has a minimum file size of 1,024 Kb (or 1.0 Mb) maximum, and 256 Kb minimum.
5. Finalists will be shortlisted by a panel of judges from the CCCS Board and the winner decided through an ‘open’ vote that will be held at the CCCF (CCCS booth).
6. Photos will be displayed between selected sessions/talks (slide loop) at the CCCF meeting. Finalist photos will be displayed at the CCCS booth during the 2022 CCCF meeting for ‘open’ voting.
7. After the CCCF meeting, the winning entries will be displayed on the CCCS website
8. Contestants may retain the copyright for their submitted works. Award winners may submit their photo to the Canadian Journal of Anesthesia in consideration for publication.
9. By entering the competition, contestants submit that the work submitted is their own, that it was produced in an ethical manner, and that consent was obtained where identifiable human subjects were included.