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From the Angio Suite to the Podium: How To Present Your Cases
with Dr. Lorenzo Patrone
Dr. Sabeen Dhand talks with Dr. Lorenzo Patrone about how to be your best at giving an amazing, engaging presentation.
BackTable, LLC (Producer). (2021, June 25). Ep. 138 – From the Angio Suite to the Podium: How To Present Your Cases [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://www.backtable.com
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Dr. Lorenzo Patrone
Dr. Lorenzo Patrone is a Vascular and Interventional Radiology Consultant with London North West Healthcare NHS Trust.
Dr. Sabeen Dhand
Dr. Sabeen Dhand is a practicing interventional radiologist with PIH Health in Los Angeles.
In this episode, interventional radiologists Dr. Lorenzo Patrone and Dr. Sabeen Dhand discuss their best tips for creating and delivering quality presentations.
Due to the highly visual nature of interventional radiology, both doctors agree that PowerPoints are a great way to communicate information to audiences. Dr. Patrone recommends learning how to fully utilize PowerPoint functionalities such as embedded videos, animations, and transitions. Specifically, looped videos can help show blood flow. Interspersing dynamic presentation features can better illustrate important points; however, overuse of these can be distracting and unprofessional.
As for presentation delivery, both doctors agree that showing authentic personality can engage audiences. They advise listeners to embrace talking about complications and posing questions to the audience. Finally, they discuss considerations to keep in mind for different types of presentation formats, such as online webinars, industry-sponsored events, and debates. Overall, Dr. Patrone advises doctors to only speak on behalf of products that they truly believe in.
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