The extraordinary events of 2020 have tested the mental health community like never before. We seek a two-minute video from organisations or individuals so that we can share stories of your skills, resilience and hope.
How did you reshape your service or personal approach to adapt and change?  What has worked well for you during this challenging time?
Send us a two-minute video and we’ll share your story with a wide network of people in mental health on social media and at our upcoming conference.
We are all in this together and by sharing our stories, we share our learnings and help to inspire everyone.
Send us your story by 25 September, 2020.
Extraordinary Times, Extraordinary Responses will be launched during Mental Health Week (October 10-17 2020).
IMPORTANT INFORMATION BEFORE SUBMISSION


Guidelines:

  • Videos must comply with the File and Format Guidelines.
  • Please ensure your video complies with the following media guidelines.
  • Videos which include details about others who are not applicants must be de-identified* prior to submission.
    *This means the removal of direct identifiers (names) and the removal or alteration of other information that could potentially be used to re-identify an individual (descriptors).
  • Videos must be uploaded to Dropbox via the Submission Portal below.
  • Non-English Video entries must indicate the language spoken and provide an accompanying written transcript in English.

We will be looking for messages that offer support, inspiration, resilience, creativity, innovation or practical elements that may encourage, support or inspire others in the mental health community.

Consent and Usage:

The submission portal will ask you to confirm your consent for:

  • An optional contact email provided with your entry to be displayed on TheMHS website in order to encourage networking and learning among the mental health community.
  • Your video to be used as outlined below.

Videos submitted may be used for communication and promotional purposes by TheMHS Learning Network on their website (www.themhs.org), via emails, and across social media channels, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube. Videos may also be used at TheMHS events, including, but not limited to, the annual conference or summer forum.

Please be aware that we may not be able to use all videos; they will be selected on the basis of visual and audio clarity as well as the impact of the message shared.