Time is in short demand for most clinicial speakers.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) October 09, 2013
All presentations are not created equal. Medical presentations are not the same as corporate or sales presentations and must be designed to be a reflection of the speaker's personality and specialty. The business presentation is designed to convince the audience that their product or plan is the best, if not the only viable way forward, and slick graphics and charts are the name of the game. In contrast, a medical presentation is about establishing common ground and communicating new ideas and procedures in such a way that the audience can make informed decisions about their own clinical methods.
With over 15 years in the medical and dental education field, Margy Schaller, President of Laser Pointer http://www.laserpointerpresentations.com has expertise helping physicians and medical personnel communicate complex information succinctly and clearly. Slide decks can be created from scratch, modified, or simply visually enhanced. Additionally, all presentations will be kept within CME/CE guidelines and adhere to the requirements of sponsoring organizations.
Dr. Alessio Fasano, Chief of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, MassGeneral Hospital for Children said, “Sometimes as a scientist I am convinced that the content of my presentation is paramount to make my message clear. However, when I sit on the other side of the fence and I listen to colleagues giving scientific presentations, I realize that the way the message is delivered is equally important. Indeed, not only exciting science but also engaging delivery captures the audience attention. Laser Pointer got it right. They sparkle the audience’s interest by featuring content with a very captivating, yet professional style.”
Time is in short demand for most clinician speakers, and is best spent with patients. As another speaker put it, “I wouldn’t hesitate to hire an assistant to help me increase my patient case load, why wouldn’t I hire a presentation designer to help save me time so I can see more patients?” Laser Pointer can accommodate any schedule, even an overnight job submitted after a long flight!
Too many medical speeches meet a terrible fate, known as “death by PowerPoint.” Warning signs include mind-numbing blue or black backgrounds, an overdose of bullet points and toxic levels of data and text that bogs down the flow of a presentation.
Studies show adding visuals and reducing text can result in significant gains in basic and higher-order learning. And since medical presentations are delivered to serve a crucial purpose – improving patient care – Laser Pointer places the highest premium on attention to detail in every job they do.
Everybody has something profound to say, but sometimes it is lost in the delivery. Laser Pointer believes in helping the true, powerful voice come out of every speaker so everyone can benefit from the content and message. Let Laser Pointer help you get to the point, the right way by saving you time and increasing your presentation’s impact.
Laser Pointer’s Services include:
- Creation or use of unique templates and a consistent look and feel for text, layout, images, charts and diagrams;
- Custom graphics and Infographics;
- Image cropping, sizing, or sourcing
- Enhancing slides with color, animations and transitions and inserting audio and/or video elements;
- Conversion between PowerPoint and Keynote or screen sizes;
- Advice on edits or modifications of content for greater effectiveness.
Want more than an optimized presentation? Laser Pointer also provides speaker skills coaching. Our simple tips and tricks can boost a speaker’s confidence and audience impact.
Laser Pointer’s captivating, yet professional style has improved countless medical presentations. When you are ready to take your speech from good to great to profound, contact Laser Pointer for a complimentary assessment.”
More details and a slide portfolio can be found at
http://www.laserpointerpresentations.com. You can reach Margy Schaller, President, at 619-994-0293 or margy(at)laserpointerpresentations(dot)com.