Title of presentation. By Presenter Greet the audience, introduce yourself and the topic of the presentation. Aims and Objectives. The aim is what you want to achieve eg to determine if one therapy is better than another. The objectives are how to achieve the aim. There is typically
Greet the audience, introduce yourself and the topic of the presentation
The aim is what you want to achieve
eg to determine if one therapy is better
than another. The objectives are how
to achieve the aim. There is typically
one aim and two or three objectives.
Also include your personal aims and
objectives eg to improve EBP skills, to learn
how to critically appraise an RCT, SR, to use
Provide a brief case presentation, which typically identifies the case that gave rise to the question being presented or why this question / topic is of particular interest to you.
Provide a clear and concise clinical question and identify the PICO terms.
Provide details of the key terms used in the literature search and identify the resources used eg Cochrane, PubMed, etc.
Provide details of the results of the search eg 4 systematic reviews were found in PubMed.
Provide details of NICE, RCOG and BWH Guidelines (where available).
Identify issues of concern eg guidelines might be unclear, outdated and / or unspecific to answer the question being presented.
Provide bibliographic details of the paper selected and state why this paper was chosen eg the most relevant paper, up to date, adequate participant numbers, good methodology, etc.
Provide a simple flow chart of the study.
Describe the study to the audience to help get a feel of the content and understand the methods used, etc.
Copy and paste useful charts or tables from the study paper, and explain their significance to the audience.
This might need 2 or 3 slides.
Apply the study to the GATE Frame
and explain the steps to the audience.
The GATE Frame template slide is
List the RAMMbo acronym stating if the
study adhered to each part: (see example
JC presentation for more help with
pages from Catmaker and explain the
clinical measures to the audience.
See page 90 of Paul Glasziou’s
workbook to help you interpret the
policy at BWH.
recommend audit or further research.