By Abe Fingerhut M.D., FACS, FRCS, François Lacaine M.D. PhD, FACS (auth.)
Scientific wisdom might be communicated within the written shape or orally. Written communique (medical writing) frequently takes the shape of unique or study papers, which seem in clinical journals. Oral communique in drugs is generally made in the course of a gathering and is frequently known as a unfastened paper. Oral clinical communique abides by means of convinced principles. The ambitions of this ebook are to envision and speak about those principles. Oral scientific communique consists of taking the ground to talk, no matter if or not it's as a speaker, the individual that offers the debate in entrance of an viewers, or as a part of the viewers, who can then ask questions or make reviews. The cross among is termed the moderator. a few varieties of oral conversation are extra particular to conferences with a wide viewers: loose papers, panel discussions or roundtables, posters, and movies. Others are extra attribute of smaller audiences: health facility employees meet ings, or literature replace periods. academic talks have a didactic target and resemble a lecture, for example, in a direction, or are towards a case file, once they are given in the course of a small classification get-together.
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How to ask questions The question can be on the form of the presentation, for instance, some question about the methodology, or on the contents, for instance, the value or the consequences of the work. It might also be the moment to ask the speaker why he did not talk about or mention one or more details that seem to be important: "You say that there is no difference between treatments A and B, but you did not mention the statistical test you used. " This is a key moment during which the intervening person can shine and be noticed.
Congratulate the speaker and then underline the strong, original, points of the presentation. 3. Send a reminder to the audience concerning the methods used and the results of the work, emphasizing the positive points. 4. List the comments and/ or questions, in order to indicate to the speaker whether to take notes. 5. Highlight the points upon which the discussant is in agreement, using the literature or personal experience in support of his or her viewpoint. 6. Argue the salient points with which the discussant is not in agreement.
Just a few. This implies, however, that the speaker is an excellent artist, and that the preparations and necessary rehearsals have been done well in advance. -- ORAL PRESENTATION IN MEDICINE • FLIP CHART The flip chart can be used like a white board, with the difference that it is not necessaty to erase what is on the board, or may be used in the same way as overheads. All the speaker has to do, therefore, is to flip over the sheets one after the other, and then color, underline, or highlight in some other manner the important or essential points.