The Office Communications video team produces short videos about topics that support the overall goals of the Yale School of Medicine. Additionally, we support the faculty and staff with video production services as needed for YSM related matters. Our team works with external production entities who wish to film on the medical campus and/or with faculty and staff to ensure proper protocol is followed.
For information contact Senior Video Producer, Andrew Osborne, at email@example.com.
Forms for the YSM YouTube channel
Speaker's Permission Form
We confirm with you that the major speakers (or lecturer) in the video have signed the Yale Speaker’s Permission Form. This includes Yale faculty, students, and staff. We cannot distribute the content without this permission. We cannot post a video online till the speaker has signed this form. If the speaker has questions or concerns about the form, please alert us, and we can connect them with Yale’s Office of General Counsel (OGC).
HIPAA Permission Form (Patient Privacy)
Yale University is committed to respecting patients' and clinical research subjects’ rights to maintain the privacy of their health information and ensuring appropriate security of all protected health information. The standards for protecting patient health information are described in the federal law known as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Before publishing any article, photograph, video, or audio program containing a Yale patient’s protected information, we must have signed permission from the patient.
Yale Broadcast & Media Center
Located in an 8,000-square-foot facility at 135 College Street, the Yale Broadcast & Media Center provides a wide range of video and audio services to the Yale community. The center includes two fully-equipped television studios, an audio recording studio, and a fully-integrated video conferencing room. The mission of the Broadcast & Media Center is to support faculty members, researchers, administrators, and other community members by facilitating their participation in the global media dialogue on issues of great societal importance.
There are three university-wide channels on which users may find Yale content managed by the Yale Broadcast & Media Center and the Office of Digital Dissemination. If your program concerns university-wide themes, one of these channels may be appropriate.
The main University channel is a space for distributing Yale lectures and interviews. The ‘Lectures’ channel includes all kinds of educational material, and may be – but not limited to- on-campus public lectures given by Yale Professors or guest lecturers, interviews produced in-studio, and collections of class lectures. Some featured playlists on this channel include the Faith & Globalization course lectures, The MacMillan Report interview show, and the Yale Divinity Bible Study Series.
The ‘Campus’ channel is a place for videos about Yale or promoting Yale and its programs.
For more information visit the Yale Broadcast and Media Center.
Examples of Content
Often the videos we create fall into three distinct categories that guide the format and production of the piece of content.