about 5 years ago

Announcing Winners of Safer Lens Video Contest

Many videos were submitted, but only a few can be the winners!

 

Congratulations to the winners of the Seeing My World through a Safer Lens Video Contest!

 

These winners will receive $500.00 each, and the videos will be featured on the Challenge’s main page and on CDC Injury Center web pages and social media channels.

We received 25 eligible submissions on topics from older adult falls to cyber…

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over 5 years ago

Your submission to the Safer Lens Video Contest

Thank you for your submission to the Seeing My World through a Safer Lens Video Contest! You only have two more weeks to make any last minute changes to your submission. And be sure that your submission follows all of the Rules of the contest. If your submitted video already meets all of the rules for submission, then you can see your video in the Submission Gallery.

Also, make sure that you include a creative title for your video, state your injury and violence topic areas, and identify your entry category (Injury and Violence Professional, Student, or General…

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over 5 years ago

Two Weeks Left: Show what injury and violence prevention looks like in your community!

You have two weeks to get your video submissions in for the Seeing My World through a Safer Lens Video Contest and show us what injury and violence prevention looks like in your community! Whether you’re working to prevent violence in teens, encourage kids to wear helmets while biking, or teach your community about the dangers of impaired driving – you have a great story to tell!

The final day for submission is July 31, 2012. So get your video cameras out, and join us in showing how we all work together to prevent injuries and violence! Be sure that…

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over 5 years ago

Only 2 Months Left to Submit Videos Showing What Injury and Violence Prevention Looks Like in Your Community

Safer Lens Video Challenge Banner

Here at the CDC Injury Center, we love stories about how injuries and violence are successfully being prevented by individuals and communities in neighborhoods, schools, and other places across the United States.

Public health professionals, students, and members of your community play a crucial role in preventing injuries and violence.

Here are just a few ways that you can show how you are impacting injuries and violence in  your community:

  • Keeping  teens safe on the road through education and graduated licensing programs
  • Making sure young children stay safe in cars during  child safety seat installation clinics
  • Supporting programs to install…

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