2021 Cardiac Arrest Survival Video Contest
The Citizen CPR Foundation (CCPRF) and the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation (SCAF) are jointly conducting a video contest as part of the Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit, scheduled for December 7-10 in San Diego.
Join us as we recognize the best short videos aimed at increasing awareness about sudden cardiac arrest and the importance of quick bystander action—calling 9-1-1, providing CPR, and using automated external defibrillators (AEDs). Videos will be reviewed, scored, and ranked using a set of evaluation criteria that consider adherence to the theme, creativity, production quality, and overall impact. Entries are due October 15th.
Video Contest Rules
- Videos should be aimed at increasing awareness about sudden cardiac arrest and the importance of bystander action - calling 9-1-1, providing CPR, and using AEDs.
- Videos must begin with a title.
- Videos must remain under 90 seconds in length.
- We encourage you to host on YouTube, but will accept AVI, MPEG, WMV, MOV formats.
- Be creative, have fun, and remember - anyone can save a life from SCA.
How to Submit Your Video to the Contest
- Set up a YouTube account and upload your submission to the platform.
- Please use our Google Form for video submission ahead of October 15, 2021.
Review, Privacy, and Prizes
- After successful submission, videos will be reviewed, scored, and ranked using a set of evaluation criteria that consider:
- Adherence to the theme of increasing SCA awareness
- Production quality
- Overall impact
- Videos will be kept on a private playlist until after the winners are announced on December 10, 2021. Then the videos will be available on the SCA Foundation YouTube and distributed through the owned social channels of SCA Foundation and Citizen CPR Foundation.
- The top three videos will be shown during the Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit and the grand prize winner will receive an AED ($1200 value)
Be sure to check out the past winners of the Cardiac Arrest Survival Video contest.