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Help with presentation! CHF!!

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by jorla9903 jorla9903 (Member) Member

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Hello! I am hoping that someone reads this and can help me! I have a presentation that is due in April and my topic is cardiac, I chose to center it around congestive heart failure.

It is worth 20% of my grade so it is really important. It has to be 40 minutes long!

My instructor said she wants it to be interactive, she does not want us going up there and talking for the whole time.

I am so lost because for one I get so so nervous in front of people and for two which is why i am on here, is that I am so not creative in any way! So if I could get all the help I can would be so great!!!!

I figured I'd do a 5 minute powerpoint presentation in the beginning and a quiz at the end, but the middle is totally blank!! I want to find some creative ways to engage the audience and have it really be creative and fun and help them learn about CHF too.

Please any suggestions!!!

Games, case studies...etc i don't know!!! Maybe you've seen in class or are a professor and taught in class and really know some neat ways for me to do this. Anything will help!!

thanks in advance!!

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luvschoolnursing has 23 years experience as a LPN and specializes in School Nursing.

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Fourty minutes! Wow that's long! Jorla, you put this in the school nurse section. You might want to move it to the student nurse or general nursing section to get more responses. Good luck!

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jorla9903 has 1 years experience.

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Thanks! Yeah I was hoping that someone who did the whole school nursing thing would have some teaching stratigies (sp) :o)

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luvschoolnursing has 23 years experience as a LPN and specializes in School Nursing.

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Oh, Sorry, I thought you misplaced your post. I don't really have any advice, though. I still think 40 minutes is a LONG time. Hope it works out.

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Aneroo is a LPN and specializes in Cath Lab, OR, CPHN/SN, ER.

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I agree about placing this is some other areas.

Make sure you reach out to all types of learner- visual, auditory, tactile. By using different teaching techniques, you keep the audience connected (and it'll probably buy some time too).

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