Presenting talks at conferences

Rola Ajjawi, Annette Street, Iain Hay

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    Abstract

    Speaking at a conference is a vital way of summarising your work for others, positioning yourself in a particular field, and receiving collegial feedback. Although your education provides experience of speaking in class to fellow students (see Chapter 12), it is important to also be able to present your work effectively to professional peers and to respond confidently to their questions and comments.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCommunicating in the health sciences
    Place of PublicationSouth Melbourne, VIC
    PublisherOxford University Press
    Pages339-349
    Number of pages11
    EditionThird / 34
    ISBN (Print)9780195579048
    Publication statusPublished - 2012

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    Ajjawi, R., Street, A., & Hay, I. (2012). Presenting talks at conferences. In Communicating in the health sciences (Third / 34 ed., pp. 339-349). South Melbourne, VIC: Oxford University Press.
    Ajjawi, Rola ; Street, Annette ; Hay, Iain. / Presenting talks at conferences. Communicating in the health sciences. Third / 34. ed. South Melbourne, VIC : Oxford University Press, 2012. pp. 339-349
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    Ajjawi R, Street A, Hay I. Presenting talks at conferences. In Communicating in the health sciences. Third / 34 ed. South Melbourne, VIC: Oxford University Press. 2012. p. 339-349