How To Give a Good Talk


Presented by Raymond Onders, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Career Development Symposium

conflict of interest disclosure–53 sec
3 rules–1:25
the talk–2:22
building your message–3:27
getting your point across–4:12
presenting the talk–5:43

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