MCHB 75th Anniversary YouTube Video Submission

Submit Your MCH Video

Celebrating 75 Years of Maternal Child Health

2010 marks the 75 anniversary of Title V of the Social Security Act, the only national program that focuses solely on improving the health of all women, mothers, infants, children and adolescents, including those with special health care needs.

Do you have a video of maternal and child health (MCH) programs that have impacted your life, community, or our country?  Please consider submitting and sharing your videos of MCH programs, testimonials, and personal stories from individuals, families, community based organizations, students, faculty and other beneficiary of Maternal Child Health Bureau (MCHB) programs.  

MCH Topics may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. Adolescent health
  2. Childhood injury prevention
  3. Children with special health care needs
  4. Family-centered, community-based, coordinated systems of care
  5. Genetics Services
  6. Home Visiting Programs
  7. MCH Leadership Training
  8. MCH research
  9. Nutrition
  10. Obesity
  11. Oral health
  12. Prenatal and perinatal care
  13. State Title V Program
  14. Women’s Health

Videos will be highlighted at the Maternal and Child Health Bureau commemorative event for the 75th Anniversary on October 20, 2010 in Washington, DC as well as on the HRSA YouTube Channel. HRSA Exit Disclaimer

Instructions:

  1. Upload you video on to YouTube. HRSA Exit Disclaimer
  2. Send URL of your video to mch75thanniversary@hrsa.gov

No Copyrighted Material

  • The video must not contain material that violates or infringes another’s rights, including but not limited to privacy, publicity or intellectual property rights, or that constitutes copyright or license infringement.
  • Any video that contains copyrighted video or audio in your video will not be accepted for submission.
  • Any content and imagery from the HRSA.gov website, and especially the Maternal and Child Health Bureau website, is fair use and available to use in your video.  

Captioning

Videos are not required to be captioned for submission.  However, videos that HRSA decides to feature will be captioned by HRSA in compliance with section 508 standards.  By submitting the video, you have agreed to have videos captioned by HRSA.

Ownership

Submitted videos are not the property of HRSA and HRSA is not responsible for the content of the videos.  The YouTube videos may be repurposed on HRSA’s website, HRSA’s YouTube channel, other social media venues, and any other media platforms and formats at will without the written permission of the video owner and without limits.  Videos may be removed or deleted from HRSA media venues at will without limits.

Privacy

In order to avoid privacy violations, HRSA recommends that all people shown in your video agree in writing to be in the video before shooting to acknowledge that the video is open for public viewing.

 

Date Last Reviewed:  May 2017