Oral Presentation in MedicineOral Presentation in Medicine



As in a manuscript for publication, a free paper presentation should be
constructed with the five-point “IMRAD" structure. The acronym stands for:
Introduction; Material and methods; Results; And Discussion. In verbal medical
communication, ...

Author: A. Fingerhut

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9782817808437

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Scientific knowledge may be communicated in the written form or orally. Written communication (medical writing) usually takes the form of original or research papers, which appear in scientific journals. Oral communication in medicine is usually made during a meeting and is often called a free paper. Oral medical communication abides by certain rules. The objectives of this book are to examine and discuss these rules. Oral medical communication involves taking the floor to speak, whether it be as a speaker, the person who gives the talk in front of an audience, or as part of the audience, who can then ask questions or make comments. The go between is called the moderator. Some forms of oral communication are more specific to meetings with a large audience: free papers, panel discussions or roundtables, posters, and videos. Others are more characteristic of smaller audiences: hospital staff meet ings, or literature update sessions. Educational talks have a didactic goal and resemble a lecture, for instance, in a course, or are closer to a case report, when they are given during a small class get-together.

Roberts Academic Medicine HandbookRoberts Academic Medicine Handbook



How to Prepare and Give a Scholarly Oral Presentation Part VI Developing
Administrative Skills How to Think About ... Given the importance of oral
presentations, it is surprising that few graduate or medical programs provide
courses on how ...

Author: Laura Weiss Roberts

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030319571

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This authoritative, updated and expanded title serves as the gold-standard resource to assist physicians, clinicians, and scientists in developing effective and satisfactory careers in academic medicine. Covering such critical topics as finding one's path in academic medicine, getting established at an institution, approaching work with colleagues, writing and reviewing manuscripts, conducting empirical research, developing administrative skills, advancing one's academic career, and balancing one's professional and personal life, each chapter includes valuable career pointers and best practice strategies, as well as pithy words to the wise and questions to ask a mentor or colleague. Building on the success of the first edition, the Roberts Academic Medicine Handbook: A Guide to Achievement and Fulfillment for Academic Faculty, 2nd Edition includes new case examples and updated references, as well as many new and timely chapters on topics such as public speaking, working with the media, working with community-based organizations, philanthropy, and finding meaning and a sense of belonging in one's work. The Roberts Academic Medicine Handbook, 2nd Edition is an indispensable resource for all professionals entering or already established in academic medicine who wish to achieve a fulfilling career.

Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming IXBiomechanics and Medicine in Swimming IX



Proceedings of the IXth World Symposium on Biomechanics and Medicine in
Swimming, University of Saint-Etienne, France Jean-Claude Chatard. Preface ...
The Symposium included 27 sessions with 110 oral presentations and 91 poster .

Author: Jean-Claude Chatard

Publisher: Université de Saint-Etienne

ISBN: 2862723037

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The IXth International World Symposium on Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming was held in Saint-Etienne in France from June 21 - 23 2002, under the auspices of the World Commission of Sport Biomechanics and the Steering Group of Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming. The main conference organisers were the Laboratoire de Physiologie of the Medical Faculty and Service d'Exploration Fonctionnelle Cardio-Respiratoire et Médecine du Sport of Saint-Etienne Hospital. The conference was a joint effort with several other organisations as well. The Department of Physical Education of the University of Saint-Etienne, the City of Saint-Etienne, the Conseil Général de la Loire, the Conseil régional Rhône-Alpes, the Association des Chercheurs en Activités Physiques et Sportives, the French Swimming Federation, the INSERM, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Société de la Loire de Médecine du Sport and the société française de Médecine du Sport were the main public sponsors of the Symposium.

Examination Emergency MedicineExamination Emergency Medicine



Research undertaken for the 4.10 maybe presented in a number of ways: •
publication in a peer-reviewed journal • an oral presentation at an ACEM-
recognised conference judged by ACEM- designated adjudicators • a poster
presentation at ...

Author: Garry Wilkes

Publisher: Elsevier Australia

ISBN: 9780729538961

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Page: 230

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Covers general aspects about preparing for the Fellowship Examination, followed by information about the individual written and clinical components. Includes example questions and template answers for the written examination. Australian authors.

Oral Medicine A Handbook for Physicians An Issue of Medical Clinics Oral Medicine A Handbook for Physicians An Issue of Medical Clinics



Box 3 Wilkes staging for internal derangement of the TMJ I. Early stage A. Clinical
presentation: no pain or decreased range of motion, possible clicking B.
Radiographic presentation: disc anteriorly positioned, normal bony contours C.

Author: Eric Stoopler

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780323323826

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Page: 265

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This issue of the Medical Clinics of North America, devoted to Oral Medicine, is edited by Drs. Eric T. Stoopler and Thomas P. Sollecito. Articles in this issue include: Anatomical and examination considerations of the oral cavity; Common dental and periodontal diseases; Common dental and orofacial trauma; Normal variations of oral anatomy and common oral soft tissue lesions; Oral cancer; Oral mucosal disorders; Temporomandibular disorders (TMDs); Orofacial pain syndromes; and Salivary gland disorders.

DeGowin s Diagnostic ExaminationDeGowin s Diagnostic Examination



Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine . 15th ed . New York : McGraw - Hill ,
2001 ) , or directly search the medical literature to assist in the most economical
and efficient methods for testing your hypotheses . The Oral Presentation The ...

Author: Richard F. LeBlond

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071409238

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Page: 1040

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The classic internal medicine manual for students and residents! This handy guide addresses physical examination techniques and procedures while providing a catalog of clinical findings resulting from the physical examination. Thoroughly reorganized, the Eighth Edition of DeGowin’s Diagnostic Examination features a more user-friendly, easy-access format than previous editions.

Artificial Intelligence in MedicineArtificial Intelligence in Medicine



8th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine in Europe, AIME 2001
Cascais, Portugal, July 1-4, 2001, Proceedings ... Eventually, 31 contributions
were accepted for oral presentation, and 30 for poster presentation, with a “full
paper” ...

Author: Silvana Quaglini

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540422945

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Page: 469

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine in Europe, AIME 2001, held in Cascais, Portugal in July 2001. The 31 revised full papers presented together with 30 posters and two invited papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 79 submissions. Among the topics addressed in their context on medical information processing are knowledge management, machine learning, data mining, decision support systems, temporal reasoning, case-based reasoning, planning and scheduling, natural language processing, computer vision, image and signal interpretation, intelligent agents, telemedicine, careflow systems, and cognitive modeling.

Textbook of Oral MedicineTextbook of Oral Medicine



Cellulitis – Ludwig's Angina – Impetigo – Erysipelas – Mechanism of Focal
Infection – Oral Foci of Infections – Pits, Fistulae ... Pulp Calcifications Focal
Infection Facial infections are relatively a common presentation to both, medical
and dental ...

Author: Anil Govindrao Ghom

Publisher: JP Medical Ltd

ISBN: 9789351523031

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New edition presenting latest advances in oral medicine. Includes multiple choice questions for revision and a free book called Basic Oral Radiology (9789351523215). Previous edition published in 2008.

First Exposure to Internal Medicine Hospital MedicineFirst Exposure to Internal Medicine Hospital Medicine



These rounds are typically fast paced and oral presentations should be very
focused (1–3 minutes). Sometimes residents like to “card flip” or have “sit down
rounds.” This means you briefly present and discuss the patients without going to
see ...

Author: Charles Griffith

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071509011

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Page: 384

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Just what you need for your rotation in hospital medicine, this unique text puts mastery of the clerkship at your fingertips. Written by doctors who made hospital medicine their specialty, FIRST EXPOSURE TO HOSPITAL MEDICINE is the book they wish they had for their Internal Medicine clerkship. The ideal databank and toolset for your rotation FIRST EXPOSURE TO HOSPITAL MEDICINE enhances your rotation with: A compelling profile of the practice of hospital medicine Just the right amount of material for your 4-week clerkship Coverage of general inpatient skills, intensive care, ACLS, and electrocardiogram interpretation Includes system-organized review of diseases and symptoms encountered in an inpatient setting A focus on important concepts you should learn - not memorization of facts Management Strategy Tips in each chapter Clinically relevant detail on cases you will see Learning objectives at the start of each chapter

Textbook of Oral Medicine Oral Diagnosis and Oral Radiology E BookTextbook of Oral Medicine Oral Diagnosis and Oral Radiology E Book



Oral Ulcerative Diseases Keerthilatha M Pai, Braz Campos Durso Flowchart 2
Infection Trauma Single episodes Drugs ... the oral cavity can be categorized
based on the etiology or based on the mode of onset and clinical presentation.

Author: Ravikiran Ongole

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9788131237991

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Page: 924

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Targeted mainly at UG students of Dentistry, this book is a comprehensive text on oral medicine, diagnosis and radiological aspects of various orofacial diseases and oral manifestations of systemic disorders. It would also cater to the needs of PG students and dental practitioners as a useful reference book. Only book available in market providing oral medicine, oral diagnosis and oral radiology in one volume along with updated references. A multi-authored book with more than 60 authors from various dental colleges all over India and from countries like USA, England, Canada, Mexico, Brazil and Nigeria Includes chapters on specialized imaging techniques, Implant imaging and CBCT Includes companion website containing 5 additional chs and updated references for additional study Basics of Radiation Physics Radiation Biology Radiographic Films and Accessories Radiographic Techniques Latent Image Formation Processing of Radiographic Films Radiographic Faults Intraoral Radiographic Anatomical Landmarks Extraoral Radiographic Landmarks Site Selection, Evaluation and Imaging for Dental Implants

Annals of the Academy of Medicine SingaporeAnnals of the Academy of Medicine Singapore



38th Singapore Malaysia Congress of Medicine Call for Abstracts Participants
are invited to submit scientific paper / work for ORAL presentation . Please submit
abstracts of not more than 250 words in a 3.5 inch 1.44 MB diskette , preferably in
 ...

Author: Academy of Medicine (Singapore)

Publisher:

ISBN: UCLA:L0090327016

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Information Processing in Medical ImagingInformation Processing in Medical Imaging



The 23rd International Conference on Information Processing in Medical Imaging
(IPMI) was held June 28–July 3, 2013, at the Asilomar Conference ... Of these, 26
papers were selected for oral presentation and 38 were accepted as posters.

Author: James C. Gee

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642388682

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Page: 782

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This book constitutes the proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Information Processing in Medical Imaging, IPMI 2013, held in Asilomar in June/July 2013. The 26 full papers and 38 poster papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 199 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on connectivity, groupwise registration, neuro segmentation, statistical analysis, dynamic imaging, cortical surface registration, diffusion MRI, functional imaging, torso image analysis, and tract analysis.

Contemporary Internal MedicineContemporary Internal Medicine



Cushing's disease - 18 years experience. Medicine. 1981,60:14. . Aron DC,
Findling JW, Tyrell JB. Cushing's disease. Endocrinol Metab Clin. 1987 ... Oral
presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Endocrine Society, 1989. : 12.
Siegelman SS ...

Author: Juan M. Bowen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781475798234

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In the previous two volumes of this series, we presented classic problems in internal medicine as illustrated by actual cases cared for in our institution. It has been gratifying for us to see the interest that these volumes have generated with students and trainees. We remain committed to the case method of instruction, and believe that there is no better method to learn medicine than to have an individual patient problem as the basis for study of pathophysiology, natural history, diagnosis and management. We hope that our readers find this third volume as enjoyable and instructive as the editors found it. Juan M. Bowen, MD Ernest L. Mazzaferri, MD, FACP xiii Acknowledgement The editors are grateful to Jeff Smith and Jenny Riegler for their unflagging professionalism and patience. xiv Contents Case 1 Mitral Regurgitation - Chronic Versus Acute: Implications for Timing of Surgery • . • • • . . • . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Harisios Boudoulas, MD Charles F. Wooley, MD Advances and diagnostic imaging in a surgical technique have changed the approach to mitral valve regurgitation. This chapter provides an expert's perspective. Case 2 Cystic Fibrosis in Adults .. • •••••••••••• 36 Andrew Libertin, MD John S. Heintz, MD As children with cystic fibrosis grow into adulthood, the internist assumes a greater role in their care. Case 3 Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura . . . . . . . . . . 51 . . . Donald E. Thornton, MD Earl N. Metz, MD, FACP Patients with ITP continue to present difficulties in diagnosis and management. Two experts discuss the current approach to ITP.

Advice to the Young PhysicianAdvice to the Young Physician



6.1 The Art of Presentation The skill of presentation is fundamental to practicing
the art of medicine. It is important to effectively convey the logic behind your
actions, whether in writing or oral presentation. I repeatedly see students,
residents, ...

Author: Richard Colgan

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1441910344

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Advice to the Young Physician introduces the origins of important teachings that form the basis of medicine as it has been taught by some of history's greatest educators in medicine. Advice to the Young Physician reveals how to make the transition from technician to healer. This book reinforces the humanistic side of patient care, which is often overshadowed by the focus on highly technological elements. Medical students, residents, fellows, physicians, and allied health practitioners often forget the intricacies of the genomic makeup of adenoviruses, yet they remember the tips, anecdotes and aphorisms related by mentors, educators, and experienced physicians. The art of medicine comes from insights gained from unique and dynamic experiences between the physician, an enthusiastic medical student and the human patient, and is rarely found in books or taught in a universal and systematic way. Advice to the Young Physician provides numerous examples of best practices in order to internalize and practice the art of medicine, including tenets taught by Hippocrates, Maimonides, Osler, Peabody, Schweitzer and others. Advice to the Young Physician targets aspiring and new physicians with the intent to make them better physicians. It hits the mark. An effective mix of the writings of some of medicine's giants, as well as clinical experiences of the author, the book offers an historical framework and personal context to understand the attributes and attitudes of the good physician. It is a quick read that rewards the reader with a sampling of 4000 years of medical wisdom sprinkled with practical advice for the modern day doctor. --Richard G. Roberts, MD, JD, Professor of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, President World Organization of Family Doctors, Past President American Academy of Family Physicians This is a small book and easy to read. It comprises several inspiring sketches of ancient and modern physicians whose reputations were based as much on their dedication to the humanism of medicine as it was to the science of medicine. Those who teach medical students and residents will find it a good source of medical history that, besides being important in itself, will add a new dimension and a little lightness to morning rounds. The author makes it clear that in our era of high technology it is easy to underestimate the importance of uniting humanism with science in caring for the sick. He also provides some practical information on such topics as how to present a case to attending physicians and how to communicate well with patients. The ancient physicians that history remembers were not only astute observers of signs and symptoms but also were deeply concerned about the psychological health of their patients and how disturbances in their emotional health often manifested in physical symptoms. Colgan starts with Hippocrates and Maimonides whose names many young physicians are familiar with. The former for the aphorism “first do no harm” and the latter for being one of the first to call medicine a “vocation” and a “calling.” The following “greats” are included in the book: Dr Albert Schweitzer whose “reverence for life” led him to his missionary medical work in Africa. He wrote Out of My Life and Thought and received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1952. Sir William Osler (1849–1919), known to some as the father of internal medicine, was a respected physician and teacher. He was the author of the Principles and Practice of Medicine, used for decades as the bible of medicine. But his fame rested equally on his dedication as a mentor to young physicians. He often gave graduation addresses to medical students reminding them to maintain a life-long interest in continuous learning and to treat the whole patient not just the disease. Francis Weld Peabody (1881–1927) a teacher at Harvard who had written a book The Care of the Patient in which he discussed how older practitioners often complained that younger doctors’ mindsets were so often over-concerned with testing that they sometimes forgot about how to take care of the whole patient. Dr. Theodore E. Woodward (1914–2005) who was famous for his dedication to patients. Once during a snowstorm he hitched a ride on a snowplow to see his patients at the hospital. He is responsible for the epigram “when you hear hoof beats think of horses not zebras.” Dr Edmund Pellegrino, respected for his studies in bioethics. His interest in protecting the sanctity of the doctor-patient relationship has particular importance in our current era when it seems that the art of medicine seems to be overshadowed by the business of medicine. He discusses this in his essay “The Commodification of Medical and Health Care.” Dr. Paul Farmer also is deeply concerned with the ethical ramifications of the commercialization that is overtaking the health system. He is devoted to improving public health on a worldwide scale. The author finishes up with some practical tips such as how to take a good history and how to avoid malpractice suits. He mentions the importance of finding a reasonable balance between our personal and professional lives. To offset the pressures that are sure to arise in caring for patients he reminds us as, Osler said, to look for the “poetry in life,” meaning to really try and understand the human side of the patients we treat. Throughout the book Colgan refers to doctors as “healers.” He suggests that healers are those who rise above the merely technical aspects of their craft and connect with patients in a special way—a way that respects their uniqueness and their human nature. It’s hard to describe in scientific terms what a healer is. As the author points out, most doctors know them when they see them. Edward J. Volpintesta, MD Bethe

Principles and Practice of Pharmaceutical MedicinePrinciples and Practice of Pharmaceutical Medicine



Second, younger clinical trialists may benefit from some discussion of classic
parts of an orthodox clinical trial report in a peer-reviewed journal, and some
clues for effective oral presentations. Third, alternative forms of publication are ...

Author: Lionel D. Edwards

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781444348125

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Page: 800

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The new edition of Principles and Practice of Pharmaceutical Medicine is a comprehensive reference guide to all aspects of pharmaceutical medicine. New content includes chapters and coverage on regulatory updates, increasing international harmonization, transitional and probabilistic approaches to drug development, the growing sophistication and regulatory importance of pharmacovigilance, personalized medicine and growth in biotechnology as a source of new experimental drugs.

Annual Report of the College of Veterinary MedicineAnnual Report of the College of Veterinary Medicine



Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 3 , 132 ( oral presentation ) Dill - Macky ,
Williams : Breath 1402 output following oral administration of 14C - D - xylose to
healthy dogs . Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 3 , 1932 ( oral presentation
) ...

Author: Kansas State University. College of Veterinary Medicine

Publisher:

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Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention MICCAI 2002Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention MICCAI 2002



... the advancement of medicine will depend on computer and device technology
in coming decades, as they did in the last decades. We received 321 manuscripts
, of which 41 were chosen for oral presentation and 143 for poster presentation.

Author: Takeyoshi Dohi

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540442240

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The fifth international Conference in Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI 2002) was held in Tokyo from September 25th to 28th, 2002. This was the first time that the conference was held in Asia since its foundation in 1998. The objective of the conference is to offer clinicians and scientists the opportunity to collaboratively create and explore the new medical field. Specifically, MICCAI offers a forum for the discussion of the state of art in computer-assisted interventions, medical robotics, and image processing among experts from multi-disciplinary professions, including but not limited to clinical doctors, computer scientists, and mechanical and biomedical engineers. The expectations of society are very high; the advancement of medicine will depend on computer and device technology in coming decades, as they did in the last decades. We received 321 manuscripts, of which 41 were chosen for oral presentation and 143 for poster presentation. Each paper has been included in these proceedings in eight-page full paper format, without any differentiation between oral and poster papers. Adherence to this full paper format, along with the increased number of manuscripts, surpassing all our expectations, has led us to issue two proceedings volumes for the first time in MICCAI’s history. Keeping to a single volume by assigning fewer pages to each paper was certainly an option for us considering our budget constraints. However, we decided to increase the volume to offer authors maximum opportunity to argue the state of art in their work and to initiate constructive discussions among the MICCAI audience.