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The World Health Organization's Global Observatory for eHealth (GOe) is launching its first photography competition in collaboration with the eHealth Strategy Office of the University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine in preparation for its telehealth and mobile Health (mHealth) publications for the eHealth series 2010.
The GOe and other programs in the eHealth and Informatics unit, are in search of high-quality and original photographs depicting eHealth in the field. We wish to conduct a competition for images of telehealth or mHealth in action, and would like to feature photographs submitted by Faculty members and students from any higher academic institutions in several upcoming WHO publications.
The photo competition is open to all students and members of any faculty from any university in any country. Participation can only take place in a private, personal capacity as individuals.
Three prizes for both mHealth and telehealth and a series of "highly commended" awards will be given:
First prize: Awarded a WHO GOe/UBC Faculty of Medicine certificate. The photograph will be published on the front cover of a GOe eHealth series publication and featured on the WHO GOe website
Second Prize: Awarded a WHO GOe/UBC Faculty of Medicine certificate. The photograph will be published on the title page of a GOe eHealth series publications and featured on the WHO GOe website.
Third Prize: Awarded a WHO GOe/UBC Faculty of Medicine certificate. The photograph will be published in the body of the text of a GOe eHealth series publication and featured on the WHO GOe website.
Highly commendation(a series of awards ): Awarded a WHO GOe/UBC Faculty of Medicine certificate. The photograph may be published in a GOe eHealth series publication or on the WHO GOe website.
Winners will be announced publicly by September 15th, 2010. Announcements of the winners will be published on the WHO GOe web site www.who.int/goe
Looking forward to your artistic expression in action!
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