Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Using Technology to Boost Your Presentations Anthony Beutler Dept of Family Medicine Marisa Stoolmiller LRC.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Using Technology to Boost Your Presentations Anthony Beutler Dept of Family Medicine Marisa Stoolmiller LRC."— Presentation transcript:

1

2 Using Technology to Boost Your Presentations Anthony Beutler Dept of Family Medicine Marisa Stoolmiller LRC

3 Where are We Going? Quick Disclaimer The REAL PowerPoint Rules Pearls for Presenting in General Today’s Learner Nuts & Bolts – How to Use PowerPoint Open Editing and Communication

4 Quick Disclaimer “A good archer is not known by his arrows but by his aim” - Thomas Fuller

5 Get SMART Specific Measurable Achievable Research-Based Time-Sensitive

6 Learner Outcome (SMART) Statements Should answer the following questions: –What do we want to change? –Who are our learners? –How much change do we expect to measure in their learning? –By when do we expect to document this amount of change?

7 Where are We Going? Quick Disclaimer The REAL PowerPoint Rules Pearls for Presenting in General Today’s Learner Nuts & Bolts – How to Use PowerPoint Open Editing and Communication

8

9 Dr. Beutler Surveyed Himself 100 Times Top 6 Answers on the Board Good PowerPoint Presentations MUST: 7 Words/Line; 7 Lines/Slide 28 point Font or Larger S ss I B P Pics, Vids, & Sounds=Distractions Keep Slides Simple 1 Slide/Minute; 1 Idea/SlideUse Standard Colors

10

11

12 A Closer Look at: 7 words, 7 lines 28 point or larger Pics, vids, sounds Colors One slide per min One idea per slide Rules, Rules

13 Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules

14

15 Narrowing the Differential Diagnosis The Impossible DDx l Trauma : l Fracture (Stress, Toddlers’) l Soft Tissue l Ankle Sprain l Foreign Body l Ingrown toe nail l Tumor : l Spinal Cord l Bone (Benign & Malignant) l Lymphoma l Leukemia l Infection : l Cellulitis l Osteomyelitis l Septic Arthritis l Lyme Disease l TB l GC l Postinfectious Reactive Arthritis l Inflammatory: l Juvenile Rheum Arthritis l Transient Synovitis l Systemic Lupus Erythem l Congenital: l Hip Dysplasia l Sickle Cell l Short Femur l Club Foot l Developmental: l Legg- Calve-PerthesDz l Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis l Tarsal Coalition l Osteochondral Defect l Neuro NOS

16 Narrowing the Differential Diagnosis Narrowing By Age

17 All Ages Septic Arthritis Osteomyelitis Cellulitis Stress Fracture Neoplasm Neuromuscular 0-3 Years Septic Hip Hip dysplasia Occult Fracture Length Discrepancy 4-10 Years JRA Toxic Synovitis Legg-Calve-Perthes Years SCFE AVN Overuse Tarsal Coalition GC Arthritis Narrowing the Differential Diagnosis Narrowing By Age

18 Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules 7 words, 7 lines 28 point or larger Pics, vids, sounds Colors One slide per min One idea per slide

19 Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules

20 Areas that will be on exam TheoryTheory Mechanism of actionsMechanism of actions Real life applicationsReal life applications Historical perspectiveHistorical perspective

21

22 Trochanteric Bursitis Pathoanatomy Gluteus Medius is Key Gluteus Medius is Key Keeps hips level Keeps hips level

23 Areas that will be on exam TheoryTheory Mechanism of actionsMechanism of actions Real life applicationsReal life applications Historical perspectiveHistorical perspective

24 Victim Plantar Fascia Plantar FasciaCulprits Tight Heel Cord (70%) Tight Heel Cord (70%) Training Error Training Error Muscular Weakness Muscular Weakness Overpronation Overpronation Shoes Shoes Plantar Fasciitis Victims & Culprits

25

26 Get SMART Specific Measurable Achievable Research-Based Time-Sensitive

27 Get SMART Specific Measurable Achievable Research-Based Time-Sensitive

28 Videos in PowerPoint: Ever Had a Bad Day?

29

30

31 Video Investment Involves Risk How much are you willing to invest? How much are you willing to loose? Have to be willing to just walk away….

32 Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules 7 words, 7 lines 28 point or larger Pics, vids, sounds Colors One slide per min One idea per slide

33 Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules 7 words, 7 lines 28 point or larger Pics, vids, sounds Colors One slide per min One idea per slide

34 Where are We Going? Quick Disclaimer The REAL PowerPoint Rules Pearls for Presenting in General Today’s Learner Nuts & Bolts – How to Use PowerPoint Open Editing and Communication

35 Pearls for Presenting in General Preparing the room Where to stand What to wear Distracting mannerisms Nerves Using the pointer

36 Most Important…. Where should Audience Focus? –“The man your man could smell like…” Who is in Control?

37 Presentations PowerPoint Rules –Readable, Colorful Bites –Multimedia – Distraction or Addition? –Roadmap, Skeleton, & Synthesis Pearls for Presenting in General –Be a SMART Master and Commander

38 QUESTIONS?? Using Technology to Boost Your Presentations Quick Disclaimer The REAL PowerPoint Rules Pearls for Presenting in General Today’s Learner Nuts & Bolts – How to Use PowerPoint Open Editing and Communication


Download ppt "Using Technology to Boost Your Presentations Anthony Beutler Dept of Family Medicine Marisa Stoolmiller LRC."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google