Convey your ideas and enthusiasm – and avoid the pitfalls that put audiences to sleep
By Marilynn Larkin
Giving presentations is an important part of sharing your work and achieving recognition in the larger medical and scientific communities. The ability to do so effectively can contribute to career success.
However, instead of engaging audiences and conveying enthusiasm, many presentations fall flat. Pitfalls include overly complicated content, monotone delivery and focusing on what you want to say rather than what the audience is interested in hearing.
There are two major facets to a presentation: the content and how you present it. Let’s face it, no matter how great the content, no one will get it if they stop paying attention.
Here are some pointers on how to create clear, concise content for scientific presentations – and how to deliver your message in a dynamic way.
Read full article : https://www.elsevier.com/connect/how-to-give-a-dynamic-scientific-presentation
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