Effective Poster Presentations
Dr Elizabeth Unni
Nov 15, 2010
Why Posters?
• Provides information
– Eg: Methods of lecture delivery
• Conversation starter
– Somebody else might be inte...
Why Posters?
• Resumes
– Residencies
– Jobs
• Research Experience
• Conferences
– Networking
• Can be converted to a manus...
How to make posters while in school?
• Research
– Basic Pharmaceutical
• Time consuming (6 months to years)
• Good to star...
How does a poster look like?
How does a poster look like?
Tips to make a good poster
• Looks good and visually pleasing
– Not too loud
• Easy to identify the research objectives an...
How can the faculty help?
• Collaborating with students to conduct
research & present posters
– Dr Zhang & Marie Smith (P3...
Questions?
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Effective Poster Presentations

  1. 1. Effective Poster Presentations Dr Elizabeth Unni Nov 15, 2010
  2. 2. Why Posters? • Provides information – Eg: Methods of lecture delivery • Conversation starter – Somebody else might be interested in the work or might have done similar work • Collaboration – Somebody else wants to work with you • Summary of your work – A place to explain your work
  3. 3. Why Posters? • Resumes – Residencies – Jobs • Research Experience • Conferences – Networking • Can be converted to a manuscript for publication • Confidence booster
  4. 4. How to make posters while in school? • Research – Basic Pharmaceutical • Time consuming (6 months to years) • Good to start while in P1 – Clinical • Mainly in P3 – Literature review • Anytime • Eg: Clopidogrel statin interactions
  5. 5. How does a poster look like?
  6. 6. How does a poster look like?
  7. 7. Tips to make a good poster • Looks good and visually pleasing – Not too loud • Easy to identify the research objectives and major results – To be a conversation starter • Not too small text • Graphics – Reasonable
  8. 8. How can the faculty help? • Collaborating with students to conduct research & present posters – Dr Zhang & Marie Smith (P3) – Dr Swaffer • Guiding you in making posters • Research Forum
  9. 9. Questions?

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