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1 U N I V E R S I T Ä T S M E D I Z I N B E R L I N Golschan Asgarpur Dept. of Anaesthesiology Campus Benjamin Franklin Charité University Medicine Lecture Desasters - and how to avoid them

2 upXdE&feature=player_detailpage The First Slide, Please …

3 Lecture Evaluation: it´s a disaster incompatible USB stick or file no Introduction boring Language annoying Body Language exceeding Time no Take Home Message

4 sorry, how to forward my presentation … sorry, these slides are probably not readable … Äh … the next slide is about … Äh … so that was my last slide The First Slide, Please …

5 Damage I: medical science and your message Damage II: congress hosts Damage III: embarressment to yourself Damage IV: audience (travel and admission costs, time: 500 x 25 min = > 1 month worktime) The First Slide, Please …

6 Goal Lecturer I: „You will have learned something important, which will help you understanding physiology and clinical practice“ Goal Lecturer II: „How clever I am, and how complex the topic I know about“ make your decision … The First Slide, Please …

7 Lecture Timing with Mark Twain: after 5 min I wanted to donate 1 US$ after another 5 min 5 US$ after 30 min nothing after 60 min I took 5 US$ from the donation basket again, make your decision … The First Slide, Please …

8 Period I: well before Lecture Know your topic: why important my own message surprising evidence key evidence According to: time available audience´s level of knowledge

9 Period I: plan Level of Contents Bad Very bad Pretty good

10 Period I: plan lecturing Learn golden thread by heart Practice with manuscript Test lecture within department Prepare a readable print-out

11 Period I: plan your slides Rule of 5x7x90 10% Introduction (importance 1/3) 80% Main Part (importance 1/3) 10% Summary (importance 1/3) visualize your oral presentation avoid all gimmicks Yellow on blue vs. black on white

12 Period I: avoid inadequate slides Sorry, I just came from Japan and had no time to translate my slides for you …

13 Period I: avoid christmas trees …

14 NEUROPATHIC PAIN: EPIDEMIOLOGY SHOWN WITH DETAILS REGARDING THE ETIOLOGY 1. Sadosky-A, Pain Pract. 2008; 8: 45 / 2. Davis-MP, Am J Hosp Palliat Care 2004; 21: 137 / 3. So_YT, Arch Neurol 1988; 45: Schifitto-G, Neurology 2002; 58:1764 / 5. Morgello-S, Arch Neurol 2004; 61: 546 / 6. Stevens- PE, Pain 1995; 61: Smith-WC, Pain 1999; 83: 91 / 8. Freynhagen-R, Curr Med Res Opin 2006; 22: 1911 / 9. Andersen-G, Pain 1995; 61: Siddall-PJ, Pain 2003; 103: 249 / 11. Rae-Grant-AD, Multiple Sclerosis 1999; 5: Diabetes: up to 25%10 Spinal Trauma: up to 75% 2 Cancer Pain: up to 33%11 MS: up to 50% 6,7 Postoperative Neuropathies: 5-40%1 PHN: up to 27% 9 CPSP: 8%3,4,5 HIV: up to 53%

15 Period II: Immediately before lecture Choose proper Appearance Inspection of technical equipment and situation Have Plan B ready Prepare time control

16 Period III: the lecture in general Period III: the lecture in general Proper Introduction a) keep short silence, “8” b) start funny, local or paradox c) don´t start with the Romans Than first slide and room darkening Keep fluent rhythm, avoid accelerating speed Announce last slide(s) Finish in free speech with clear structured slide

17 Period III tools: Laserpointer

18 Period III tools: manuscript

19 Period III: Language & Body Language Voice Open gestures facial expression Posture Underline your words Eye contact with the audience (“8”) Never ever apologize

20 If Disaster happens …

21 If desaster happens … use Plan B Stay calm Avoid blaiming someone else  Be a Disaster-Master and GO ON

22 Period IV: After the Lecture Leave the final slide on the screen Wait for the questioner to finish “confess”, don´t be “general” Admit your black holes Praise the questioner Use positive dialectics

23 PPrepare ( audience expectations ) PPractice (time management, performance) PPrinted Presentation (for emergencies) IIntroduction ( catching and re-catching ) TTake Home Message ( not “summary” ) Last but not least: your Take Home Message

24 Filemenderit ! Don´t forget to enjoy your applause after a well-made presentation …

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