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Developing Speaker Skills: Faculty Development
Thursday, August 01
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Kelly M. Cordoro, MD, FAAD - Handout
- Ilona J. Frieden, MD, FAAD
- Kanade Shinkai, MD, PhD, FAAD
Following this course, the attendee should be able to:
- Conceptually plan a talk using current and effective educational concepts and approaches.
- Create slides that maximally enhance your presentation.
- Deliver an effective talk to a medical audience by optimally presenting yourself and your content.
Being able to give an effective talk is an essential and learnable skill. This session will arm you with the information and strategies you need to optimize your ability to create and deliver effective talks to medical audiences. The session begins with a brief "example" talk which illustrates key concepts and common mistakes regarding content, organization, slide structure and delivery. A high yield review of three essential components of giving a talk (conceptualization, creation and delivery) follows. This session is intended to be interactive and is appropriate for anyone who gives talks and lectures at any level.
|Thursday, August 01|
|10:00 AM||Introduction And "Example" Talk / Dr. Cordoro|
|10:15 AM||Audience Feedback About Example Talk / All faculty|
|10:30 AM||Step 1: Conceptualization / Dr. Frieden|
|10:45 AM||Step 2: Creating Slides That Enhance Your Presentation / Dr. Shinkai|
|11:00 AM||Step 3: The Art Of Delivery / Dr. Cordoro|
|11:15 AM||Addressing Conflicts Of Interest / Dr. Frieden|
|11:25 AM||Audience Discussion And Q/A / All faculty|