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- Your case MUST BE PRESENTED USING POWERPOINT. We have PowerPoint on the student computers in our lab and faculty will be available to assist you if needed.
- Remember, you must limit your Clinical 3 Presentation to around 10 minutes; your presentation will be followed by a 5 minute Q&A period.
Creating a Presentation
Present Like a Pro by Highly accessible, full of memorable examples, and at times amusing, this book presents ten powerful techniques for getting your point across in all venues--including new media. * Clearly explains how to identify the best approach for a presentation, gear your speech toward your audience, and ensure a presentation is a resounding success * Describes how to make your voice more powerful, clear, and appealing by employing techniques used by broadcasters, voice artists, and singers * Identifies strategies for going beyond the old-fashioned "public speaking" mode into the modern world of the media-savvy presenter who integrates different formats and technologies into his or her approach--a particularly valuable skill set for entrepreneurs * Teaches how to develop flexible skills that will allow you to persuade, captivate, and entertain, regardless of the specific purpose of your presentation
Call Number: HF 5718.22 H39 2017
There are multiple sources for images available. These are just a few suggestions for where to find appropriate images for your presentation.
When using the library databases to search for your disease, the results page will include a section of "Related Images" on the right-hand side of the screen.
You could also use specific databases such as Nursing and Allied Health Source (Proquest) to search by source types such as pamphlets, blogs, websites, and videos(see the image in the box to titled Images); Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy which allows users to manipulate 3D models of the body; Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition will search articles for charts, diagrams, graphs, and photographs; and Nursing Reference Center gives access to patient education resources as well as continuing education modules which often include usable images.
Be sure to cite any images that you may use.