Stanford University Medical School : Scientific Poster: Tips, Significance, Design, Templates and Presentation. This document provides tips and temples for designing a poster presentation. It also discusses the significance of a poster presentation and includes a section that gives advice on how to present successfully.
National Institute of Health Office of Intramural Training & Education : Creating and presenting scientific posters
Useful Web Sites for Oral Presentation
National Institute of Health Office of Intramural Training & Education :Designing and Delivering Successful Presentations Successful Oral Presentations
University of Kansas Medical Center : This site is cited by the NIH and is quite useful when designing an oral presentation. It addresses all aspects of a scientific talk from planning and preparing to practicing and presenting. It is brief and easy to follow with helpful tips on how to prepare for the question/answer session.
Stanford Medical School : This document provides tips and guidelines for designing an oral presentation. It also discusses the significance of an oral presentation and includes a section that gives advice on how to present successfully.
Useful Web Site for PowerPoint Presentations
Penn State : Accessibility check list for multimedia presentations
US Departments of Health and Human Services : PowerPoint Accessibility
Illinois Institute of Technology: PowerPoint use in Teaching
Useful Web Sites for Patient Presentation
American College of Physicians: ACP Checklist for Clinical Patient Presentation
San Diego School of Medicine: Practical Guide to Clinical Medicine A comprehensive physical examination and clinical education site for medical students and other health care professionals.
University San Diego School of Medicine: The Oral Presentation ; A Practical Guide to Clinical Medicine
Stanford University: Posters & Oral Presentations
University of Kansas Medical Center: Effective Presentations
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