A clinical problem that’s relevant to the audience is key to creating a staff or patient-oriented presentation. It should have a solution that you can follow. One example is addressing a medical issue like preventing pressure ulcers and managing post-operative pain.
Slides should be included that introduce the issue and explain why compliance is so important.
The next step is to provide evidence that supports the recommendations or practices you are presenting. The evidence should consist of at least five current peer-reviewed or scholarly articles. One slide must be dedicated for each article. These should provide evidence that supports the use of guidelines and practices.
You should present the evidence and then provide patient or nursing practice guidelines depending on your audience. These guidelines will address the clinical issue. The guidelines must be clear and understandable. You can use bullet points, or any other visual aids to help you follow them.
It is important to emphasize the advantages of following these guidelines in your presentation. The benefits of following the guidelines could be improved patient outcomes, lower healthcare costs and greater patient satisfaction.
End the presentation with a slide that summarises the main points. To give credit for the evidence used in the presentation, you should include a reference slide.
Use clear, concise language with bulleted points and not paragraphs. Diagrams and charts can help to illustrate important points, as well as keep your presentation interesting.
Make sure your presentation conforms to the APA Guidelines for Formatting and Citing Sources. It should also be easy-to-read and understand by the audience.