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Presenting Your Research Results. Beth S. Gottlieb, MD, MS Division of Pediatric Rheumatology Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System. Presenting Your Work. Your presentation is your way of showing what you have found Do it well!.
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Presenting Your Research ResultsBeth S. Gottlieb, MD, MSDivision of Pediatric RheumatologyCohen Children’s Medical Center of New YorkNorth Shore-Long Island Jewish Health SystemPresenting Your Work
  • Your presentation is your way of showing what you have found
  • Do it well!
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips
  • Slides should be:
  • Simple
  • Clear
  • Concise
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips: Be Simple
  • There is no need to get too fancy and high-tech!
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips: Be Simple
  • You don’t need to show-off that you know how
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips: Be Simple
  • It doesn’t make what you say any better
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips: Be Concise
  • Slides should be: Concise
  • Don’t write every word that you will say, everyone will be so busy reading that they won’t listen to you – instead bullet important points/words.
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips: Be Clear
  • Slides should be: Clear
  • No paragraphs
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be ClearEvaluation of arthritis – CBC, ESR, Lyme titer, Parvovirus IgG and IgM, ASLO, ANA, RF………………………………………Evaluation of arthritis
  • CBC, ESR
  • Lyme titer, ASLO, Parvovirus
  • ANA, RF
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be Clear
  • Try not to put more than 7 lines per slide
  • Keep your font size 36
  • Use a “sans serif” font
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be Clear
  • Too many lines of type, makes the print too small
  • People in the back can’t read it
  • People with less than perfect vision can’t read it
  • They will struggle to read while you speak
  • Not everyone can sit in the front row
  • Better to split it into 2 slides
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be Clear
  • Too many lines of type, make the print too small
  • People in the back can’t read it
  • People with less than perfect vision can’t read it
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be Clear
  • They will struggle to read while you speak
  • Not everyone can sit in the front row
  • Better to split it into 2 slides
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be Clear
  • Font Size
  • The first line starts with a font of 32
  • Then PowerPoint automatically
  • Decreases Font size
  • With
  • Each level of outline/bullet
  • Down to 20
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be ClearFont Size
  • Instead go to “Slide Master” under the “view” tab and set it for:
  • A 1st line with 36
  • Second indent of 36
  • Everything else after
  • at 32
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be ClearFont Size
  • If you don’t have many lines of type
  • The font size defaults to 40 instead of 36
  • 36 is ok – 40 is better
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be ClearFont
  • Use a “sans serif” font such as Tahoma or Arial T
  • Time New Roman and CG Times are difficult to see clearly on a slide especially from afar
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be ClearGraphsPresenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be ClearGraphs – confusing!Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be ClearGraphs – too much 3-D, need contrastPresenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips – Be ClearGraphsPresenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips
  • Don’t overuse your pointer
  • It isn’t necessary to point at each word you read
  • It is difficult not to show your hand shaking
  • Use the pointer for emphasis
  • Pictures, graphs, etc.
  • Presenting Your Work:PowerPoint Tips
  • Speak slowly and clearly
  • Allow time for questions
  • Estimate 1 minute per slide
  • Summary slide at the end
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