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Photoshare Annual International Photo Contest

Posted Oct 04 2009 11:13pm

The Photoshare Annual International Photo Contest is a major competition run by Knowledge for Health (K4Health) at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for communication Programs (CCP).

This year, we are delighted to announce that the Contest will include a special HIFA2015 Photography Award for the best photo in the category of Healthcare Providers.

Do you have photos of programs in action and the people you serve? Pictures illustrating the realities of urban and rural life in developing countries? Snapshots from your personal travels, volunteer service, or work experience? You may have an award-winning photo and a chance to win cash and/or a SLR digital camera!

Entries accepted August 20th – November 16th, 2009. Send images and Entry Form to: photoshare@infoforhealth.org

Winning photos and photographers will be publicly announced and featured in January 2010.

Awards

- 1st Place $1,000 USD

- 2nd Place $750 USD

- 3rd Place $500 USD

- Best of Category (8) Award Certificate

- Honorable Mention (8) Award Certificate

- Outstanding Photoshare Contributor – SLR Digital Camera

- Photoshare Image of the Year – Compact Digital Camera

- HIFA2015 Photography Award (Best of ‘Healthcare Providers’ Category) – SLR Digital Camera

All prizes are sponsored by Photoshare except the HIFA2015 Photography Award, which is sponsored by Global Healthcare Information Network/HIFA2015.

The winning photo of the HIFA2015 Photography Award (Best of ‘Healthcare Providers’ Category) will receive an SLR Digital Camera and will also go through to the final selection for the overall Photoshare Contest Winners 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place cash prizes.

For further details, please see:

http://www.photoshare.org/contest/2009/2009photosharecontest.php

Any individual or organization, with the exception of contest judges, are welcome to participate (including both amateur and professional photographers).

Posted in Conferences, Health Economics, Health Policy, Internship, Medical Student, Public Health Tagged: Conferences, Medical Student, Public Health
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