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FRC: Presentation Information

 

 *Please note- you MUST be registered for the meeting in order to give your presentation

 

OVERVIEW

Sample Presentation

Resident Presentation Evaluation

 

The conference itself consists of several concurrent presentation sessions over two days. Each session is 60 minutes, 15 minutes allocated per presentation (3 presentations per session) with 5 minutes in between each presentation.

    • Each presentation should last no more than 12 minutes, plus 3 minutes for Q & A
    • 5 minutes is provided for speaker changes
    • The session evaluator will provide feedback to the presenter immediately after the presentation.                                                                                                          
    • Sessions are in 1 hour blocks and are per room. Sessions must be attended in their entirety to receive continuing education credits, partial credits are not provided. 

Residents should bring their presentations on a jump drive in addition to emailing the presentation to themselves in case of technical issues with the drive onsite.  Please ensure that your presentation is saved in a compatible version for earlier versions of PowerPoint. Each room will be equipped with a computer and LCD projector.  Residents must report to their presentation room five (5) minutes prior to the session start time in order to download their presentation to the computer.

 

All residents and preceptors are strongly encouraged to fill out an evaluation form on each presentation they attend. The session moderator will collect evaluations after each presentation.The session evaluator will meet briefly with the resident after his/her presentation to provide constructive feedback.

 

RESIDENCY PROGRAM DIRECTORS

    • To meet ACPE standards, each resident's presentation must be reviewed for  content (before FRC) by the Program Director. The presentation will be reviewed for bias (during the actual presentation at FRC) by the session moderator.
    • For each resident complete the FRC RPD Reviewer Form.  Each resident will be required to submit this completed form during their abstract submission.  The deadline to submit abstracts and FRC RPD Reviewer Forms is March 2, 2018.

RESIDENTS

Each presentation should contain the following elements:

    • Title (include your contact information- e.g. email address)
    • Disclosure Statement
    • Presentation Objective (for accreditation)
    • Background slide
    • Purpose 
    • Methodology  
    • Study Objective/Outcome
    • Results 
    • Conclusion 
    • Acknowledgement 
    • Self-Assessment Question (present answer)
    • Close with your title slide  

  

References for Presentation and Delivery

  • DeCoske MA, White SJ. Public speaking revisited: delivery, structure, and style.  Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2010; 67(15):1225-7.
  • Vazquez SR. Publishing your residency project. AM J Health Pharm.2010;67(13)1058-9.
  • McKelvey RP, Hatton RC, Kimberlin CA. Pharmacy resident project publication rates and study designs from 1981, 1991,  and 2001. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2010;67(10)830-6.
  • Barletta JF. Conducting a successful residency research project. Am J Pharm Educ. 
  • 2008;72(4)92.
  • Murphy JE, Downhour N. Perceived value and outcomes of residency projects. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2001;58(10)889-95.
  • Haynes RB, et al. A proposal for more infomrmative abstracts of clinical articles. Ann Intern Med. 1987;106(4)598-604.
  • Rennie D, Glass RM. Structuring abstracts to make them more informative. JAMA. 1991;266(1)116-117.

      

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