This is a practical, user-friendly guide to making presentations in any healthcare situation. It covers all aspects of presentation skills and shows how you can develop them quickly and effectively for maximum impact.
"This is a clear, well written book outlining how health care professionals can prepare and deliver effective presentations in their workplace... The book would be useful for nurses at all levels who may be preparing a presentation or teaching session for the first time. It could also act as a refresher for the more experienced the more experienced presenter. It is useful in its entirety, but could also be scanned for information on particular presentation skills as it is well indexed."Professional Nurse presenting to peers because you want to change practice or as a nurse manager giving a press briefing on a major incident, this textbook is invaluable. The next time you have to stand up and give a presentation, pick up this excellent text and make your presentation a success!" Bruce Armstrong, Accident and Emergency Nursing, Vol 8, August 2000
By Lisa Hadfield-Law, RGN, A&ECert, Chair, Advanced Trauma Nursing Course Committee, UK
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