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M3 Practice Based Learning and Improvement Presentation Guide: Presentation Guidelines

This guide is a resource for M3 students and faculty for the Practice Based Learning and Improvement (PBLI) presentation assignment.

PBLI Assignment Help

M3 students: Do you have a question about your article or presentation? Contact Professor McEwen with your questions.

Online help is available. Just email Professor McEwen (hm2@neomed.edu).

Guidelines for Creating Powerpoint Slides

  • Quickly readable (20 seconds or less)
  • Important points; not entire “script”
  • No more than 7 lines per slide
  • Large font; easily seen from back of a room

Examples of PBLI Presentation Videos

See the PCC AIMS sites for example videos of student presentations

Learning Objectives for Your Presentation

Writing the Learning Objectives for Your Presentation:

  • Statements which describe what audience will achieve as a result of the presentation
  • NOT an outline of what will cover or a list of what you as the presenter will be do

 

As you plan objectives, think about the answers to these questions:

  • What do you want audience to know after your presentation?
  • What do you want audience to be able to do after your presentation?
  • What do you want audience to feel after your presentation?

Examples of verbs include: identify, understand, explain, differentiate, apply, demonstrate, predict, analyze.

Examples of learning objectives include:

  • Discuss the possible complications from knee arthroscopy.
  • List the treatment options for osteoarthritis.

Bloom's Taxonomy Action Verbs - Fresno State University

Bloom's Taxonomy of Measurable Verbs - Utica College

 

 

Rubric Item - Involving the Audience

A good way to involve your audience is ask them a question during your presentation. These are a few examples of questions could include:

  • Questions about metabolic pathways covered during the M1 or M2 curriculum
  • Asking what a possible differential diagnosis or treatment would be
  • Asking if the audience have seen patients with this disease/condition/injury during their clerkship experience