We seek your assistance to collate a database of videos/interviews that can be used to enhance glaucoma awareness and education. Specifically, we would be grateful if you could send us links to such videos.
- Documentary video of celebrities with glaucoma – highlighting the impact of glaucoma on individual’s lives.
- Videos with patients (and with their family members): a montage of patients talking about how glaucoma affects their lives, how they were diagnosed, what the care process has been like for them.
- Videos with patients.
- Videos with glaucoma specialists or glaucoma specialists in training: What drives them/why glaucoma awareness is important or A day in the life of a glaucoma specialist.
Thank you for your assistance.
Checklist for submission
- Title: The title should describe the video appropriately.
- Description: Explain in max 80 words what viewers can expect from the video.
- Videos may be formatted in MPEG, AVI, WMV, or QuickTime (MOV) with a maximum resolution of 1280×720. Do not use DivX compression.
- We prefer widescreen (16:9) and higher definition files, in MPEG-4 format.
- Videos must be in the final, edited version.
- Videos should not promote the use of any commercial product.
- Please ensure that you have permission to use any image presented as part of the video. This includes a license for copyrighted material and release forms from any patient(s) recognizable in the video.
- Use of copyrighted music or materials is forbidden without written authorization. By submitting your video under these instructions, you represent that you have or do not need such authorization and you agree to indemnify and defend the World Glaucoma Association from all claims based on copyright infringement.
Contact us for more information
WGA Executive Office, email@example.com
The World Glaucoma Association (WGA) accepts no responsibility for any products, presentations, opinions, statements or positions expressed by persons in the video. The inclusion of material in the communication channels of the WGA does not constitute any endorsement by the WGA. Material includes, but is not limited to, abstracts (PowerPoint/Keynote), presentations, videos, audio files, films and hard copy handouts.