This course is an introduction to presentation skills. It covers different presentation styles, deliveries and how to compile a successful presentation.
The course is aimed at all healthcare professionals.
Foundation Programme Curriculum
This course covers the following Foundation Programme Curriculum areas:
6. Communicates clearly in a variety of settings
About the Author and Presenter
Julia is an Operations Manager for Medics.Academy and over the past year, has been a regular contributor to both The Healthcare Leadership Academy and Medics.Academy platforms. She completed a BSc in Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle University and has special interests in business and the use of innovative technologies to overcome the challenges of medical education.
About the Presenter and Peer-Reviewer
Emma Cox is the Quality Improvement and Emergency Medicine Fellow at Barnet Hospital, Royal Free Trust and the Chief Product Officer at Medics.Academy.
Throughout her career she has worked to improve access to education. She has taught abroad, delivered Access talks for Trinity College, and developed and delivered an Access programme for Brampton Manor Academy. She lectures on the 2016 Junior Doctor Contract at the University College London, Bart’s and King’s College London and has published and presented internationally on the topic. Emma has examined for UCL and written questions for the Medical Schools Council Assessment Alliance. She has also hosted a conference about the 2016 Junior Doctor Contract which was attended by the BMA and NHS Employers.
She has won numerous awards from Trusts and Health Education England.
About the Peer- Reviewers
Melody is an NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow on the Paediatrics training programme in South Yorkshire, having completed the Academic Foundation Programme in Medical Education in North Yorkshire and East Coast Foundation School. She has held several roles within the British Medical Association as a medical student and as a junior doctor, including having chaired two subcommittees. Her roles in this capacity have involved working on education and training, medico-political issues, and matters of scientific interest. Melody has also been a national committee member for the Junior Association for the Study of Medical Education, and has held several other representative roles at a local and regional level.
Regularly writing columns for The Yorkshire Post on issues surrounding healthcare politics, Melody reflects on the day-to-day life and experiences of working as a doctor. She has engaged with national, regional and local media, in addition to producing blogs, all mainly around medical issues. Academically, Melody has an MBBS, an intercalated BSc (Hons) in Medical Science, a PGCert in Health Professionals Education, and several publications, presentations and prizes. She holds a position as an honorary lecturer at Hull York Medical School, and acts as a medical student mentor for Sheffield Medical School. She is also an honorary staff member for the University of Sheffield oncology and metabolism department.
I'm an anaesthetic consultant in London, having also spent many years working in various national elected roles at the British Medical Association.
Doctor specialising in reproductive medicine and surgery.
PhD research into miscarriage and fertility, focussed on 3D ultrasound diagnosis and treatments of congenital uterine anomalies and public and patient engagement.
Leadership experience at local, regional and national levels through various roles and projects.
Specialities: Fertility, reproductive medicine, minimal access surgery and science communication.