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Hi Everyone :)

I have to do a presentation in a few weeks. Have any of you got any tips or advice, as i am soooooooo nervous. i always got out of public speaking in school and college etc, but obv i have to do this.

Thanks

xx

p.s my presentation should address ONE research study of quantitative research - topic of choice something that im interested in. I want to do it on trachyostomy care but cant find nothin, any help would be great?? thanks

Specializes in ICU.
Hi Everyone :)

I have to do a presentation in a few weeks. Have any of you got any tips or advice, as i am soooooooo nervous. i always got out of public speaking in school and college etc, but obv i have to do this.

Thanks

xx

p.s my presentation should address ONE research study of quantitative research - topic of choice something that im interested in. I want to do it on trachyostomy care but cant find nothin, any help would be great?? thanks

One thing that will definitely help when doing your literature searches is to use the correct spelling (oops!:D): tracheostomy. You might look for the impact of tracheostomy care on reduction of pneumonia or trach site infection or....

When getting ready for a presentation, you'll want visual aids (overheads or powerpoint slides). Maybe some nice pics or even video clips of exactly what all is included in tracheostomy care. If it's available, you might see if your instructor has a tracheostomy tube you can borrow from your school's lab to pass around to your classmates. Same thought with trach tube ties - some "look & handle" props always help.

PRACTICE. Go over your presentation at home a few times to see how long it will run. Don't give a 30 minute presentation if it's only supposed to last 10 minutes.

Good luck!

awww thanks i have found much more spelling it right - he he. i need to find a quantitative peice of research will this include figures??? xx

Specializes in ICU.

Yup - quantitative research will include lots of fun-filled interesting (?) numbers. Stuff like percentage of patients with complications with/without some sort of intervention (routine tracheostomy care).

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