Video Abstract Award

    

2021 award: We are pleased to announce the winner for the Dove Medical Press Video Abstract Award 2021

Implementation of Innovative Educational Technologies in Teaching of Anatomy and Basic Medical Sciences During the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Developing Country: The COVID-19 Silver Lining?

Pictured from left to right: Joshua Owolabi, Abebe Bekele

Dove Medical Press hold the annual Video Abstract Award. The videos with the most views are eligible for selection and voting is performed by our Editors and published authors.

Video abstracts are an addition to papers that we offer our authors. The videos are presented by the author, are of 1-3 minutes duration and give an overview of their paper so readers can get an idea of the content and motivation behind the paper.

The aim is to enable authors to personally explain the importance of their work to the reader. Video abstracts enhance the reader's understanding and appreciation of an article through the accessible presentation of the main results and conclusions reported. To maximize engagement and visibility, authors are encouraged to combine footage of themselves with other relevant material of interest—such as footage of an experiment running or a lab tour.

The English video abstracts are published with the manuscript and also provided to the journal indexing databases (eg, PubMed, MedLine, Embase, Scopus, CAS).

Editorials, Expression of Concern, Corrigenda, Photo Essays and Meeting Reports do not accept video abstracts.

2022 award: Video abstracts (papers) published before midnight on November 30th 2022 will be eligible for inclusion in the 2022 video abstract competition. Winners announced early 2023.

Previous award winners:

2020 award: The winners of the video abstract award in 2020 were Mary Phyllis Robert, Ishita Ray, Diana Fiorela Sánchez and Chris Andrea Robert.
The winning video abstract is for the paper titled 'Convalescent Plasma Therapy: An Effective Therapeutic Option to Treat COVID-19? A Narrative Review' in the International Journal of Clinical Transfusion Medicine.

2019 award: The winners of the video abstract award in 2019 were Christian Drapeau, Kathleen F Benson and Gitte S Jensen.
The winning video abstract is for the paper titled 'Rapid and selective mobilization of specific stem cell types after consumption of a polyphenol-rich extract from sea buckthorn berries (Hippophae) in healthy human subjects' in the journal Clinical Interventions in Aging.

2018 award: The winners of the video abstract award in 2018 were Alf Inge Hellevik, Marianne Bakke Johnsen, Arnulf Langhammer, Valborg Baste, Ove Furnes, Kjersti Storheim, John Anker Zwart, Gunnar Birkeland Flugsrud, Lars Nordsletten
The winning video abstract is for the paper titled 'Metabolic syndrome as a risk factor for total hip or knee replacement due to primary osteoarthritis: a prospective cohort study (the HUNT study and the Norwegian Arthroplasty Register)' in the journal Clinical Epidemiology.

2017 award: The winners of the video abstract award in 2017 were Angelika Anita Schlarb, Anja Friedrich, and Merle Claßen. Faculty of Psychology and Sports, Bielefeld University, Bielefeld, Germany.
The winning video abstract is for the paper titled 'Sleep problems in university students – an intervention' in the journal Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment.

2016 award: The winners of the video abstract award in 2016 were Pierre-Antoine Deglesne, Rodrigo Arroyo, Evgeniya Ranneva and Philippe Deprez. Research and Development, SKIN TECH PHARMA GROUP, Castelló d'Empúries, Spain. 
The winning video abstract is for the paper titled 'In vitro study of RRS HA injectable mesotherapy/biorevitalization product on human skin fibroblasts and its clinical utilization' in the journal Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology

2015 award: The winner of the inaugural video abstract award in 2015 was Marianne Davies, Smilow Cancer Hospital in New Haven, CT, USA. Marianne's winning video abstract is for her paper titled 'New modalities of cancer treatment for NSCLC: focus on immunotherapy' in the journal Cancer Management and Research.