Title: Prose, PowerPoint, and Print: How to Share your Work with the World! The role of the investigator is to develop and test a hypothesis. To a researcher, success is a data set that supports the hypothesis. But unless those results are disseminated effectively and efficiently to the target audience, it is as if the experiment did not occur. One cannot achieve these objectives without successful publication and/or effective public speaking in a forum available to the clinician. As such, the final step in a successful clinical research project requires communication skills. In the first section of this webinar, Gill Roper-Hall will address the art and techniques involved in giving an effective presentation of one’s clinical research before a live audience. These include disclosures, etiquette, timing, recognitions, and audience interaction as well as practical suggestions for the most effective format to display the visual material. The second half of the webinar will focus on medical writing and publication. Kyle Arnoldi will present a brief review of basic technical writing skills, article organization, and recommended style. Dr. Kushner will discuss what an editor looks for in a submission, the review process, copyright and permissions, and distribution of the completed work. Presented: Saturday February 19, 2022 Speakers: Gill Roper-Hall, Kyle Arnoldi, Burt Kushner Moderators: Rachael Jenkins and Megan Sheeley CME: 2.0 AOC and COC Core CEC
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