P3: A presentation is the product of its parts, not simply a powerpoint.

In this blog, Ross Fisher (aka @ffolliet) takes us into a little-taught area of medical professionalism. Presentations. In this introductory blog, we’ll be introduced to a new (well, new-to-me) way of thinking about the oft-repeated act of standing before an audience of our peers and beginning to speak … We teach clinical skills and yet presentation […]

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P3: Deciding on content

The most important concept in developing and delivering a presentation is the understanding that you cannot “cover everything.” Nor should you attempt to. Your role as a presenter is to convert the “what” of “everything” into a “so what” for your particular audience. For many, both on the podium and in the audience, this is a dramatic shift in […]

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