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Presenting research

There are two main ways of presenting research to academic audiences at conferences: oral presentations and poster presentations.

To facilitate interaction and discussion, a combined approach can be used such as the Visual Presentation with Expert Review (ViPER):

Moore, M. et al (2001), A novel approach to research presentations for networks: an evaluation of Visual Presentation with Expert Review (ViPER), Primary Health Care Research and Development, Vol. 2, pp 205-207.

You may also need to present your research to other audiences, for example decision makers. There are useful resources to help you learn about how to present successfully.

In addition to using the resources below, look at information on Networking and support.

Oral presentations

  1. Presenting your research: Information about posters and oral presentations
  2. Schober J, Farrington A, Lacey A: Presenting and disseminating research
  3. Primary Health Care Research and Information Service: How to deliver oral presentations
  4. A Easton and G Easton: Stand and deliver

PowerPoint presentations

Primary Health Care Research and Information Service: How to design a great PowerPoint presentation

Poster Presentations

  1. The Higher Education Academy: Designing Academic Posters
  2. Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement: How to design a great poster
  3. Primary Health Care Research and Information Service: How to design posters for maximum impact

ViPER Presentations

Moore, M. et al (2001), A novel approach to research presentations for networks: an evaluation of Visual Presentation with Expert Review (ViPER), Primary Health Care Research and Development, Vol. 2, pp 205-207.

Carrick D (2009)  Royal College of Nursing (RCN) ViPER guidelines

Presenting research to decision makers

  1. Primary Health Care Research and Information Service: How to present your research to decision makers
  2. Canadian Health Services Research Foundation: How to give a research presentation to decision makers
  3. National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO): 11 Tips on how to present research findings

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