Must be from a health professions school (allopathic, osteopathic, dentistry, pharmacy, public health, nursing, allied health, physician assistants, veterinary, podiatry, optometry, etc.)
Limit one submission per health professions school
Video must be health care education related
Videos should be respectful of all in the community of healthcare education and practice: learners, teachers, providers, researchers, patients, family, administrators, and support staff.
Song lyrics must be original
Video must be five minutes or less in length
Rating: PG13 or lower
Preferred to be ADA compliant with subtitles
Proper credit should be given to original artist(s)
Professional editing is acceptable, but writing, acting, singing and filming should be done by student members of the representative institution
Submission should be done via YouTube URL included on submission form
Videos made within the past two years will be accepted
Videos must be approved by a school official prior to submission (such as assistant dean of student affairs)
Video submission must be compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and no actual patients should be shown or depicted in the video
The video materials entered into the Memmys contest were submitted by individual students for purposes of participation in the contest only. The University of South Carolina School of Medicine assumes no responsibility or liability for the content of any of the video materials submitted by the participants of this contest. University of South Carolina School of Medicine Columbia students will not be entering the competition.