The blank brain competition
The blank brain competition
Instructions for Pharmacy Students
1. Taking part is very simple! Just fill in the spaces (in the brain over the page) either with pictures or with words, and tell us the things that are on your mind, and the things that you may be doing at any one time. You may have different brains for when you are at University, and when you are on placement or at home you can do any of these!
2. Your blank brain entry can be as silly or as serious as you like...
Some hints and tips if you are not sure what to put in your brain spaces think about:
Remember it is unlikely that your brain is thinking or doing only one thing at a time!
What tasks do you do at work / university / home
Often we are thinking about the next thing we need to do, so include those tasks as well
Add any worries, things you need to remember, things you are looking forward to (all those things that tend to be on your mind a lot).
When we are at university, work (or home) we rarely just think about work usually people spend time thinking about what they are doing that evening or what they are going to have for tea that night or whats on tv etc) include those thoughts.
Do you spend time thinking about or worrying about other people, family members, colleagues etc?
Also include all those lovely thoughts about things you are going to do in the future
There is one example on the previous page, but you can use words or pictures whichever you prefer
3. Complete the questions about your brain and you (in the box next to the blank brain)
4. E-mail this back to email@example.com if you have completed it on the computer, or post it in Dr Jane Suttons pigeon hole in the Pharmacy and Pharmacology reception. If you are posting it in Janes pigeon hole please make sure you label the front of the Envelope with the Blank Brain Competition.
5. The closing time and date for entries is 5pm on 9th December 2012
6. The prize draw date is 10th December 2012.
About me & my brain...
Important: this information will be detached from the image (to anonymised it) before it is uploaded to the errorgirl.com website).
Is this your brain at university, work or at home (or elsewhere?)
Terms and conditions
1. This competition is only open to Master of Pharmacy students registered and studying at the University of Bath, UK. This competition is not open to researchers on the project at the University of Bath, their families or anyone else associated with this competition.
2. All information detailing how to enter this competition forms part of these terms and conditions. It is a condition of entry that all rules are accepted as final and that the competitor agrees to abide by these rules. The prize draw is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Submission of an entry will be taken to mean acceptance of these terms and conditions.
3. Entries should be submitted by via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the department of pharmacy and pharmacology please leave them in Dr Jane Suttons pigeon hole, if you put your entry in an envelope make sure you write on the front of the envelope blank brain competition.
4. Entries must be labelled with the entrants name and contact details.
5. All entries must be received by the advertised closing time and date (5pm on 9th December 2012).
6. All images submitted must be the work of the individual submitting them and must not have been published elsewhere.
7. The winner will be notified within seven days of the closing date of the competition.
8. One entrant will win a 50 Amazon Voucher.
9. The prizes as described are available on the date of the prize draw. All prizes are non- transferable and there are no cash alternatives.
10. The Research team will upload all entries to the errorgirl.com website. All entries will be anonymised before they are uploaded so that the entrant will not be able to be identified by their entry.
11. The Research team reserves the right to use any of the images submitted during the competition for the advertisement of similar future projects, or to use them to illustrate findings from the community pharmacist mental workload project in academic publications. All images will be anonymised when they are used to advertise future projects or in academic publications and the entrant will not be able to be identified by their entry.
12. Events may occur that render the competition itself or the awarding of the prizes impossible due to reasons beyond the control of the Research team and accordingly the Research team may at its absolute discretion vary or amend the competition and the entrant agrees that no liability shall attach to the Research team as a result thereof.
Research team: Hannah Family, Dr Jane Sutton and Prof Marjorie Weiss, Pharmacy practice group, Department on Pharmacy & Pharmacology, University of Bath, BA2 7AY.