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Ross Fisher - The Greatest Presentation in the World… Tribute

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Delivering a presentation is a skill like any other yet few folk are actually develop this skill they merely copy those they observe and reach the same level of mediocrity. There is more to a presentation than your slides. The p cubed concept gives an understanding of presentation design that will change your presentations forever.

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Ross Fisher - The Greatest Presentation in the World… Tribute

  1. 1. greatest presentation in the world The Greatest Presentation in the World Ross Fisher @ffolliet
  2. 2. NOT The Greatest presentation in the World • because other ones much better • what do you think the Greatest Presentation in The World would be like? • now we have imagined it, who is going to give it? • you are • why not? • those are just excuses, I’m going to show you HOW you can give the Greatest Presentation in the World
  3. 3. presentationpresentationpresentation
  4. 4. presentation presentation presentationp1 story p2 media p3 delivery
  5. 5. p1 p2 p3 xx =p3
  6. 6. p1 p2 p3xx =p3 ==
  7. 7. p1 story p2 media p3 delivery
  8. 8. http://prezentationskills.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/htdap.html
  9. 9. #htdap
  10. 10. objectivenot material
  11. 11. Effective communication is the goal of every presentation and yet few are truly engaging. I propose a radically different approach to construction and delivery of presentations that will change your presentations, forever. how? who? what? why? “ ”
  12. 12. story p1
  13. 13. Abdominal 
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  14. 14. shark or dolphin? ross fisher the children’s hospital leicester
  15. 15. story p1 so what what
  16. 16. p1 story p2 media p3 delivery
  17. 17. Competitive theories in Verbal Redundancy Cognitive Load Theory • theoretical construct • please stop reading this slide “redundancy interferes with, rather than adding to learning” Dual Processing of Multimedia Learning • hypnotised, like a chicken
 • blah blah blah blah Sweller, J. (2005b).The redundancy principle multimedia learning. In R. E. Mayer (Ed.),The Cambridge handbook of multimedia learning (pp. 159–167). NewYork, NY: Cambridge University Press. No better than hypnotised chicken.
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  20. 20. no better than a hypnotised chicken
  21. 21. Competitive theories in Verbal Redundancy Cognitive Load Theory • theoretical construct • please stop reading this slide “redundancy interferes with, rather than adding to learning” Dual Processing of Multimedia Learning • hypnotised, like a chicken
 • blah blah blah blah Sweller, J. (2005b).The redundancy principle multimedia learning. In R. E. Mayer (Ed.),The Cambridge handbook of multimedia learning (pp. 159–167). NewYork, NY: Cambridge University Press. No better than hypnotised chicken.
  22. 22. cat Dual Processing of Multimedia Learning Theory Mayer, Baddeley, Chandler and Sweller
  23. 23. Grade IV Liver Laceration GOAL!!!
  24. 24. slides documentslideument
  25. 25. H0 = same
  26. 26. Treatment of hypovolaemic shock •fluid replacement is essential •titration to effect •central venous pressure monitoring •crystalloids •Hypo •Hyper •Iso •hypnotised chicken!! •colloids •Synthetic •Natural •Blood based •blood and blood products Effects of Fluid Resuscitation With Colloids vs Crystalloids on Mortality in Critically Ill Patients Presenting With Hypovolemic Shock :The CRISTAL Randomized Trial JAMA. 2013;310(17):1809-1817
  27. 27. 1/52 p<0.006
  28. 28. 4/52 p<0.0001
  29. 29. Treatment of hypovolaemic shock •fluid replacement is essential •titration to effect •central venous pressure monitoring •crystalloids •Hypo •Hyper •Iso •colloids •Synthetic •Natural •Blood based •blood and blood products Effects of Fluid Resuscitation With Colloids vs Crystalloids on Mortality in Critically Ill Patients Presenting With Hypovolemic Shock :The CRISTAL Randomized Trial JAMA. 2013;310(17):1809-1817
  30. 30. Expected Recruitment challenges Practical issues ● Scattering in host country ● Language barriers ● Immigration issues e.g. asylum seekers and illegal migrants Culture ● African culture on marriage versus UK law on marriage i.e. polygamy. ● Women’s degree of consent due to gendered power dynamics and also family’s involvement.
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  32. 32. University of Dundee ‹#› 
 
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 Heart attack and Heart Failure are serious medical conditions that can cause death 
 However: Heart attack Usually an acute and sudden episode which may cause a lot of chest pain and may result in sudden death. It is caused by sudden total clogging of an artery which supplies blood to the heart muscle. This kills part of the muscle of the heart, which weakens the heart Heart failure Usually a chronic progressive process from coronary disease or other diseases that affect or weaken the heart muscle. The heart does not pump effectively and insufficient blood is pumped to the rest of the body and one has symptoms of shortness of breath, swelling etc. This is not an acute process and is not painful and does not lead to sudden death.
  33. 33. What is a Critical Care Unit?
  34. 34. Factors that affect transition - (RQ2 a,b,c,d) • Stress. • Expectations and role conflict. • Undergraduate preparation. • Support and feedback. • Socialisation.
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  36. 36. University of Dundee ‹#›
  37. 37. 88%
  38. 38. The individual and ICTs Self-care & self- management Resource Values Communication Usability Engagement Functionality Interpersonal Community Providessocialsupport Sharing Onlinesocialnetworks Online social networks Institutions Structures, policies, systems Self-managementsupport Professional challenges Professionalperspectives ICTandtheprofessionalrelationship Helpful Usage Factors Motivational Help with- Stigma Facilitative Cost effective Provides choice Convenience Privacy Credibility User-centred design Unhelpful Usage Factors Usage- difficulties Confidentiality Non-users Trust Self-management support The creation of a proto-theory regarding how people with mood disorders use ICTs. Empirical work is required in order to understand how people with depression use mICTs to mature the theory.
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  40. 40. eBLoK Hip Trials 2015
  41. 41. pie eaten pie not eaten
  42. 42. 53 •I am going to read this out to you. And you are going to read along with me. Like now •Everything I need to say is on here and everything you need to know is here too •It is actually almost impossible for me NOT to read this and you, well you are WELL ahead of me already •So you could probably stop listening •Oh you have
  43. 43. REFERENCES - BARKER, J., 2010. Evidence based practice for nurses. London: Sage Publications Ltd - BRYMAN, A. (2012). Social research methods. Oxford: Oxford University Press. - GIBBS, G., 1988. Learning by doing: a guide to teaching and learning methods. Further Education Unit, Oxford. - LOVERING, S., 2012. The crescent of care: a nursing model to guide the care of Arab Muslim patients. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 9(3), pp. 171–8. - POLIT, D.F. and BECK, C.T., 2013. Essentials of nursing research: Appraising evidence for nursing practice. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. - RYCROFT-MALONE, J., 2004. The PARIHS framework - a framework for guiding the implementation of evidence-based practice. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 19(4), pp. 297-304.  
  44. 44. #htdap
  45. 45. Prezi? Just no.because you use it like powerpoint because presentations Are because zooming is for CAPTAIN SCARLETT
  46. 46. 100% mortality
  47. 47. illustrate annotate
  48. 48. p1 story p2 media p3 delivery
  49. 49. perform read
  50. 50. p1 p2 p3 xx =p3
  51. 51. #smaccDUB #tgpitw
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