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Using Technology to Boost
Your Presentations
Anthony Beutler
Dept of Family Medicine
Marisa Stoolmiller
LRC
Where are We Going?
• Quick Disclaimer
• The REAL PowerPoint Rules
• Pearls for Presenting in General
• Today’s Learner
• Nuts & Bolts – How to Use PowerPoint
• Open Editing and Communication
Quick Disclaimer
“A good archer is not known by
his arrows but by his aim”
-Thomas Fuller
Get SMART
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Specific
Measurable
Achievable
Research-Based
Time-Sensitive
Learner Outcome (SMART) Statements
• Should answer the following questions:
– What do we want to change?
– Who are our learners?
– How much change do we expect to measure
in their learning?
– By when do we expect to document this
amount of change?
Where are We Going?
• Quick Disclaimer
• The REAL PowerPoint Rules
• Pearls for Presenting in General
• Today’s Learner
• Nuts & Bolts – How to Use PowerPoint
• Open Editing and Communication
Dr. Beutler Surveyed Himself 100 Times
Top 6 Answers on the Board
Good PowerPoint
Presentations MUST:
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7 Words/Line; 7 Lines/Slide
28 point Font or Larger
Keep Slides Simple
Pics, Vids, & Sounds=Distractions
1 Slide/Minute; 1 Idea/Slide
Use Standard Colors
A Closer Look at:
Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules
• 7 words, 7 lines
• 28 point or larger
• Pics, vids, sounds
• Colors
• One slide per min
• One idea per slide
Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules
• Pics, vids, sounds
• Colors
• One slide per min
• One idea per slide
Narrowing the Differential Diagnosis
The Impossible DDx
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Trauma:
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Tumor:
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Fracture (Stress, Toddlers’)
Soft Tissue
Ankle Sprain
Foreign Body
Ingrown toe nail
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Cellulitis
Osteomyelitis
Septic Arthritis
Lyme Disease
TB
GC
Postinfectious Reactive Arthritis
Inflammatory:
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Juvenile Rheum Arthritis
Transient Synovitis
Systemic Lupus Erythem
Congenital:
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Spinal Cord
Bone (Benign & Malignant)
Lymphoma
Leukemia
Infection:
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Hip Dysplasia
Sickle Cell
Short Femur
Club Foot
Developmental:
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Legg- Calve-PerthesDz
Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis
Tarsal Coalition
Osteochondral Defect
Neuro NOS
Narrowing the Differential Diagnosis
Narrowing By Age
Table 1
Differential Diagnosis of Acute Limp by Age
All Ages
Toddler
(age 1 to 3)
Child
(age 4 to 10)
Adolescent
(age 11-16)
Septic Arthritis
Septic Hip
Legg-CalvePerthes Disease
Slipped Capital
Femoral Epiphysis
Osteomyelitis
Developmental
Hip Dysplasia
Transient
Synovitis
AVN
(avascular necrosis)
Occult Fracture
(Growth Plate
Fx)
Leg Length
Discrepancy
Juvenile Rheumat.
Arthritis
Tarsal Coalitions
Neoplasm
Neuromuscular
–Adapted from Leet and Skaggs, Am Fam Phys, vol 16:4, Feb 15, 2000
Gonococcal Septic
Arthritis
Narrowing the Differential Diagnosis
Narrowing By Age
0-3 Years
Septic Hip
Hip dysplasia
Occult Fracture
Length Discrepancy
All Ages
Septic Arthritis
Osteomyelitis
Cellulitis
Stress Fracture
Neoplasm
Neuromuscular
11-16 Years
SCFE
AVN
Overuse
Tarsal Coalition
GC Arthritis
4-10 Years
JRA
Toxic Synovitis
Legg-Calve-Perthes
Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules
• 7 words, 7 lines
• 28 point or larger
• Pics, vids, sounds
• Colors
• One slide per min
• One idea per slide
Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules
• 7 words, 7 lines
• 28 point or larger
• One slide per min
• One idea per slide
Areas that will be on exam
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Theory
Mechanism of actions
Real life applications
Historical perspective
Trochanteric Bursitis
Pathoanatomy
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Gluteus Medius is Key
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Keeps hips level
Areas that will be on exam
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Theory
Mechanism of actions
Real life applications
Historical perspective
Plantar Fasciitis
Victims & Culprits
Victim
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Plantar Fascia
Culprits
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Tight Heel Cord (70%)
Training Error
Muscular Weakness
Overpronation
Shoes
Get SMART
•
•
•
•
•
Specific
Measurable
Achievable
Research-Based
Time-Sensitive
Get SMART
•
•
•
•
•
Specific
Measurable
Achievable
Research-Based
Time-Sensitive
Videos in PowerPoint:
Ever Had a Bad Day?
Video Investment Involves Risk
• How much are you
willing to invest?
• How much are you
willing to loose?
• Have to be willing to
just walk away….
Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules
• 7 words, 7 lines
• 28 point or larger
• Pics, vids, sounds
• Colors
• One slide per min
• One idea per slide
Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules, Rules
• 7 words, 7 lines
• 28 point or larger
• Pics, vids, sounds
• Colors
• One slide per min
• One idea per slide
Where are We Going?
• Quick Disclaimer
• The REAL PowerPoint Rules
• Pearls for Presenting in General
• Today’s Learner
• Nuts & Bolts – How to Use PowerPoint
• Open Editing and Communication
Pearls for Presenting in General
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Preparing the room
Where to stand
What to wear
Distracting mannerisms
Nerves
Using the pointer
Most Important….
• Where should Audience Focus?
– “The man your man could smell like…”
• Who is in Control?
Presentations
• PowerPoint Rules
– Readable, Colorful Bites
– Multimedia – Distraction or Addition?
– Roadmap, Skeleton, & Synthesis
• Pearls for Presenting in General
– Be a SMART Master and Commander
Using Technology to Boost Your Presentations
QUESTIONS??
Quick Disclaimer
The REAL PowerPoint Rules
Pearls for Presenting in General
Today’s Learner
Nuts & Bolts – How to Use
PowerPoint
Open Editing and Communication
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