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Cool presentations

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Brijesh Desai

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Cool Presentations
Brijesh Desai 28th August 2013
The Dreadful way
The interesting way
I have seen people do all of these in varying combinations !
Don't set any agenda or context
Don't say anything about what's coming up
Be as vague as possible about why you are presenting
Or better still - say that you are presenting
because you have to
Look bored and disinterested
Give useless information
Cram the slides
Just read the slides out
Don't look for any info. that is not easy to find
Don't interact with the audience
No discussions please
Just keep talking
Just carry on regardless of the time
In short,
make sure you give an impression that you
really don't care

OR (if you want to really annoy people)
act like you are there to enlighten everybody, as you know everything
PICK THE RIGHT CASE - crucial
Clues
Unusual cases
Learning from mistakes
Don't present patients you have not seen yourself
Team stuck about management
Share a success story
Good history available
Diagnostic dilemma
Take it to supervision
Take it to WPBA assessor before presenting
Contents

1. The dreadful way
2. The interesting way
3. Some tips

Be clear about why you are presenting that particular case
Systematically lay out the contents
2001
2004
2007
Manic episode
Significant life event
Death of mother

Precipitated depressive episode but did not require admission
Managed by community teams.
Depressive episode

Severe with psychotic symptoms
Attempted suicide by hanging
3 months admission

Good response with Lithium 1 g + Olanzapine 20 mg
Chronology
Mania with psychotic symptoms
Jumped off a building believing she could fly
Admitted to orthopaedic ward then transferred to psych ward

2 month admission under Section 3
Recovered with Lithium 800 mg + Olanzapine 10 mg
Standard History
Demography (careful with confidentiality)
Referral (this is easily missed)
Presenting problems (in patients' own words)
History of presenting problems
Past psychiatric history
Personal & Family history
Forensic history
Substance use
Personality (effort needed here)


ALWAYS PRESENT THE MOST RECENT MSE
(preferably assessed by yourself)
Create a narrative
Pause for questions /queries before moving to differentials
ICD-10
Open the discussion

Make the audience scratch their brains
Don't just state differentials

Give evidence - for and against.
Differential diagnosis
DSM 5
Give your preferred or working diagnosis
with reasons.
Management
Again, make the audience think and contribute
Pose specific management questions
Does the team need suggestions or
do you want to share a success story
Remember- Bio Psycho Social
Further reading
References
Tips
Platforms
Windows
Keynote
Prezi
Pitch to the audience
Fonts
Colors
Special effects
Beware- cross-platform glitches
Be creative
Enjoy it
Thank You
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