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physiotalk @physiotalk
Hello and welcome to tonight's #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Let's start with a few hellos! Let us know who you are and where you are from - even if you are planning on just lurking tonight #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
I'm in central Edinburgh tonight with fingers crossed on fee wifi! #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@physiotalk Hi, ‘lurking’ from Brighton tonight 😉 #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
#physiotalk I’m not lurking. Will try to contribute while working.
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
My fingers are so crossed I can't spell free! #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk Good evening! Looking forward to this one! #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
A reminder if you are taking part tonight to include the hashtag #physiotalk in all your tweets
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
Hi from Brum- multitasking! #physiotalk
Charlotte Wåhlin @CSWahlin
RT @physiotalk: Let's start with a few hellos! Let us know who you are and where you are from - even if you are planning on just lurking t…
The Sp🎃rts Physio @AdamMeakins
@physiotalk Hello... I’m just in the vicinity this evening, may pop my head in now and then #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
So - let's get going with our first opening question... #physiotalk
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Q What makes a good presenter / public speaker? #physiotalk
Charlotte Wåhlin @CSWahlin
@physiotalk Greetings from Sweden. My name is Charlotte, Nice to be able to join #physiotalk this evening 🇸🇪😊🇸🇪
Natalie Patterson @PhysioNatalie
@physiotalk Hi im here hoping to get some tips for my final module at uni #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
When discussing presenting and public speaking, I must draw everyone's attention to @ffolliet and his site https://t.co/PwKFrXiXEh A brilliant source of advice and guidance. #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @physiotalk: Q What makes a good presenter / public speaker? #physiotalk
Charlotte Wåhlin @CSWahlin
RT @physiotalk: Q What makes a good presenter / public speaker? #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@CSWahlin Welcome! #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @_JoeMiddleton: When discussing presenting and public speaking, I must draw everyone's attention to @ffolliet and his site https://t.co/…
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@physiotalk Lurking in Minnesota USA, #physiotalk , ability to engage the audience.
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
Also check out this: https://t.co/g4v4EzHJqK for a simple guide to how to sound intelligent in your presentation ;) #TalkLikeTED #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@Vee_Spandoni Can telling a good story be learnt? #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk Someone who has done their preparation and homework #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@_JoeMiddleton So no need to be an expert in the subject, but to be prepared? #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk Know how to use silence and the rhythm of speech #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
Yes, so important, and to stay connected with your audience #physiotalk https://t.co/Bl0h5Raaks
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@_JoeMiddleton @ffolliet Thoroughly recommend his website plus a lovely guy. #physiotalk
Louise @louisepenny87
@physiotalk @Vee_Spandoni Definitely- concise and purposeful stories are good learning tools. Help to give context and example #physiotalk
The Sp🎃rts Physio @AdamMeakins
@physiotalk Passion, knowledge, humour, and a laser pointer... #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@_JoeMiddleton So - who has the confidence to be silent when giving a talk? A key skill but often not used enough? #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk For the most part. A good presented/speaker will be able to enthral the audience with the most mundane of topics. Question time might be a bit tougher though! #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@physiotalk Someone who is knowledgeable and passionate about their topic and engages with the audience. Presenting is a two way process, it’s important to see how the audience is responding and adapt to suit the room. #physiotalk
Zoe Brewster @zlbrewster
@physiotalk Pitching at the right level for the audience is key. Can definitely be taught through observing others and lots of practice - record yourself, talk to yourself in the car/bedroom etc #physiotalk
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
@physiotalk Hello! I’m lurking in Hertfordshire #physiotalk
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@physiotalk #physiotalk Good rule of thumb: A presentation should be like a Scotsman's kilt, short enough to stimulate interest, but long enough to cover the subject. https://t.co/rLEfmRnxCg
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
Preparation is key, even if you are an expert. Need to research what the audience is expecting #physiotalk https://t.co/JGfTCuiZwV
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
RT @_JoeMiddleton: When discussing presenting and public speaking, I must draw everyone's attention to @ffolliet and his site https://t.co/…
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@physiotalk @Vee_Spandoni If the story can lead you to making a valid learning point then of course. Getting engagement with audience is key #physiotalk
Dale Whelehan @Daleyfurter
@physiotalk Tweeting from Kildare, Ireland this evening! Looking forward to hearing people's opinions on this topic! #physiotalk
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
RT @_JoeMiddleton: Also check out this: https://t.co/g4v4EzHJqK for a simple guide to how to sound intelligent in your presentation ;) #Ta
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
Sorry for the late arrival...Chocolate Guinness cake needed icing. Now glad to be distracted to avoid eating until tomorrow 🙊 #physiotalk https://t.co/N3aQgz9wAV
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk Being comfortable without a powerpoint slide to hide behind #itsnotascript #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@physiotalk @_JoeMiddleton #physiotalk Power Pause! Love them.
physiotalk @physiotalk
@Retlouping Given I'm sitting in central Edinburgh that's appropriate! #physiotalk
Ieuan Ellis 🎓🏃🌍 @Prof_IeuanEllis
Develops an emotional connection with the audience, develops a powerful narrative, challenges conventional wisdom, has one or two key messages.... that are memorable. #physiotalk https://t.co/0rXCzkQMiE
Louise @louisepenny87
RT @Retlouping: @physiotalk #physiotalk Good rule of thumb: A presentation should be like a Scotsman's kilt, short enough to stimulate inte…
Ieuan Ellis 🎓🏃🌍 @Prof_IeuanEllis
Spend as much time researching and understanding your audience as the time spent preparing the content of your session. What do you want your audience to think or do differently after your presentation ? #EmotionalIntelligence #physiotalk https://t.co/iiPrM5bN86
physiotalk @physiotalk
So far I'm getting passion, preparation and pitching Any others 'P's.... #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
This is one way to engage an audience especially on #physiotalk https://t.co/G9tgXtbVXC
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@physiotalk Knowledge and enthusiasm for their topic. Ability to engage discussion rather than lecture. Relevant anecdotes and analogies. Avoidance of robotic tendencies! #physiotalk
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@physiotalk Confidence in what you are taking about! If it doesn’t sound like you believe what you are saying then people won’t believe you! #physiotalk
Alun Rogers @alunrogers
RT @Prof_IeuanEllis: Spend as much time researching and understanding your audience as the time spent preparing the content of your session…
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @Prof_IeuanEllis: Develops an emotional connection with the audience, develops a powerful narrative, challenges conventional wisdom, has…
physiotalk @physiotalk
Perhaps not PowerPoint then.... #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @Prof_IeuanEllis: Spend as much time researching and understanding your audience as the time spent preparing the content of your session…
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@MelroseStewart1 This is a great bit of advice. Know your crowd and what they are expecting #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@Prof_IeuanEllis Agree. Don’t overwhelm the audience. One overall key message, secondary messages are a bonus. #physiotalk
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@Vee_Spandoni Good one! #physiotalk
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Ok - heading towards our next question then... #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk Power of 3! #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
Interjecting personal stories can also be engaging #physiotalk https://t.co/mqoQRxrPDh
Dale Whelehan @Daleyfurter
@physiotalk Someone who can avoid 'death by powerpoint' #physiotalk
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@physiotalk Five Ps proper preparation prevents poor performance 😂 #physiotalk
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@physiotalk @Vee_Spandoni Practice! You can tell if it’s the first time a person is reading the presentation from when they wrote it! #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@_JoeMiddleton @physiotalk Definitely - love a flipchart...allows flexibility to take a presentation where discussion leads it. Although have to be careful to keep on topic. Key messages to focus on help keep relevant #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Q How can you develop skills to enhance your confidence in speaking in public? #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk Don't even get me started on Prezi!!! #physiotalk
Louise @louisepenny87
@physiotalk Someone who gives you time to think about the content in relation to their own knowledge. Sometimes through use of examples, analogies, stories #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
RT @physiotalk: So far I'm getting passion, preparation and pitching Any others 'P's.... #physiotalk
lucy knott @lucykphysio
@Vee_Spandoni @physiotalk agree stories are a really powerful part of any presentation #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@sonophysio @Prof_IeuanEllis I agree too, only concern though is what about those who already know this one message? Will they take anything from that talk? #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
RT @MelroseStewart1: Preparation is key, even if you are an expert. Need to research what the audience is expecting #physiotalk https://t.c…
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @MelroseStewart1: Interjecting personal stories can also be engaging #physiotalk https://t.co/mqoQRxrPDh
physiotalk @physiotalk
@_JoeMiddleton Not a fan of the swoosh then...?? #physiotalk
Ieuan Ellis 🎓🏃🌍 @Prof_IeuanEllis
Practise. Peer feedback. Coaching #physiotalk https://t.co/fson5cs6nQ
lucy knott @lucykphysio
#physiotalk
Rory McIntyre @tweetsfrom_Rory
RT @_JoeMiddleton: When discussing presenting and public speaking, I must draw everyone's attention to @ffolliet and his site https://t.co/…
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@MelroseStewart1 #physiotalk If a presentation doesn’t get your message across you’ve wasted 1/2hr of your time. Multiple that by each audience member = a lot of wasted time. Make your audiences the focus.
Dale Whelehan @Daleyfurter
@physiotalk One thing that works well is regular presentations at undergraduate. For a lot of our assignments from first year group presentations were a component. I was so shocked to hear that you could go a whole business degree and avoid presenting, but not a physio degree! #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
Like actually practice it. Don't just read over it. Deliver it to your partner, kids, pets, friends, anyone! If they don't now the subject matter, but are still engaged, then winner winner chicken dinner! #physiotalk https://t.co/z2oRxgBf6G
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@physiotalk Practice! In different settings and environments with different audiences. Use 1:1 sessions with other staff as well to refine phrasing and terminology. And try to regularly seek formal feedback #physiotalk
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@physiotalk Doing it regularly! But not just insevice training! Putting yourself and what you do out there with abstracts, posters, offering to speak to other professional groups. More you do it easier it gets! #physiotalk
Louise @louisepenny87
@physiotalk I love watching other people speak and present. Makes me think about ways I can change, or tools I can use #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@Prof_IeuanEllis I learnt a lot from being vidoed as part of a teaching qual Hated watching myself but good learning from it! #physiotalk #stillwavemyhandsaround
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@physiotalk A few years ago I did a stand up comedy workshop, brilliant for gaining confidence, controlling nerves and creating engaging content. Shame I wasn’t funny enough to be a stand up though! #physiotalk
Zoe Brewster @zlbrewster
@physiotalk Just do it ... there is no better way than just having a go. Start small and build up #physiotalk
The Sp🎃rts Physio @AdamMeakins
@Retlouping @physiotalk Actually its 7 P’s mate... prior preperarion and planning prevents piss poor performance! #physiotalk 😂
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk I don't feel the need to compensate for my own shortcomings with any fancy gimmicks :) #physiotalk
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@physiotalk Join an organisation like Toast Masters. #physiotalk
Louise @louisepenny87
@Vee_Spandoni @physiotalk Recording is so invaluable. And find a guinea pig who you can present to #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
Work with a coach or experienced public speaker? Borrow approaches that work e.g. from Youtube? Practice, practice, practice & develop your own style! #physiotalk https://t.co/1lIfWO0pBn
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@_JoeMiddleton Yup! Allows you to get timing, pitch and in my case lets me have a run through without swearing too much! #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @tomgoom: @physiotalk A few years ago I did a stand up comedy workshop, brilliant for gaining confidence, controlling nerves and creatin…
Sara Bolton @southernscampi
@physiotalk Bit late sorry! Sara - Oxford #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@physiotalk @_JoeMiddleton As long as it’s not distracting. #physiotalk
Charlotte Wåhlin @CSWahlin
@physiotalk Learning by doing 💪🏻 get feedback and develop how you give a speak, take a course, get out of your comfort zone and use different techniques, learn how to tell a story 🤓 #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
Agree. Effectively communicating your message is key! #physiotalk https://t.co/MXoVdMeVJF
Dale Whelehan @Daleyfurter
@MelroseStewart1 This is so true! The amount I learned from passively watching TEDtalks is phenomenal ! #physiotalk
lucy knott @lucykphysio
@Vee_Spandoni @physiotalk really useful advice if not a little daunting!! #physiotalk
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@AdamMeakins @physiotalk Piss poor preparation produces pathetic presentation performance. I had the 7 for another reason 😂 #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Not sure which way to ask these questions but I'm going for this way around.... #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@_JoeMiddleton Makes me cringe every time I do it, but worth it. #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
So - what makes a poor presentation? #physiotalk
lucy knott @lucykphysio
@Prof_IeuanEllis having a coach?? #physiotalk
Laura Williams @laurawphysio
RT @physiotalk: Q How can you develop skills to enhance your confidence in speaking in public? #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
How long you got? #physiotalk https://t.co/vgZkEFmKjl
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
RT @MelroseStewart1: Agree. Effectively communicating your message is key! #physiotalk https://t.co/MXoVdMeVJF
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
RT @_JoeMiddleton: Like actually practice it. Don't just read over it. Deliver it to your partner, kids, pets, friends, anyone! If they don…
physiotalk @physiotalk
AKA What is death by PowerPoint? #physiotalk
Huw Thomas @huwthomas3
Practice talking on a random subject written on a card for 2 minutes without any notice. Thinking on your feet. Excellent practice and a lot more natural #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @_JoeMiddleton: How long you got? #physiotalk https://t.co/vgZkEFmKjl
Rob Tyer @combatsportphys
@tomgoom @physiotalk Similar. Just do it. I did a few open Mic nights on guitar because I had a fear of doing it. Out of practice now so the fear comes back a bit. If you done use it... etc. #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
RT @Daleyfurter: @MelroseStewart1 This is so true! The amount I learned from passively watching TEDtalks is phenomenal ! #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@_JoeMiddleton Til 9pm? #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@_JoeMiddleton Haha! I thought that! #physiotalk
Jessica Metcalfe @JLMPhysio
@physiotalk Having plenty of presentations during my degree has definitely helped. I’m coming towards the end of 2nd year now and have presented in front of practicing physios and MDT, as well as coursemates and lecturers. Really good practice, especially receiving feedback #physiotalk
Jo Jennings MCSP @JoJenningsNHS
@physiotalk Talk to everyone, in the corner shop, on the train, just get confident talking to people #physiotalk
Sara Bolton @southernscampi
@physiotalk Busy slides Reading busy slides verbatim Not understanding your audience Too slow, too fast Lack of humour/personable Poor prep/knowledge Total IT failure Horrid PP animations #physiotalk
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@physiotalk Also think honesty is important in developing your skills! Be honest about what you know and what you don’t! Don’t try and blag. Being honest means you know what to work on for the next time. #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@sonophysio @_JoeMiddleton So true...I have two highly trained canine neuro physios. Their only drawback is a lack of opposable thumbs #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@Vee_Spandoni How do you maintain eye contact in a large lecture theatre? Choose a few people or look around? #physiotalk
Jessica Metcalfe @JLMPhysio
@physiotalk Reading straight from the slides! Makes you lose interest and focus immediately. Also presenters who aren’t entirely clued up on their subject, so can’t quite explain it fully and struggle with answering questions #physiotalk
Simon Woodward @drsimonwoodward
RT @Prof_IeuanEllis: Develops an emotional connection with the audience, develops a powerful narrative, challenges conventional wisdom, has…
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@physiotalk #physiotalk Poor preparation, own selfish agenda, being asked to present someone else’s work, generic presentations! All aaaargh!
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk 1. Prezi 2. Having 'busy slides' 3. Apologising for having 'busy slides' 4. Having slides that can't be read 5. Saying 'you probably can't see this at the back' 6. Reading your slides like a script ... #physiotalk
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@physiotalk Monotone voice. Your voice is your presentation instrument. “Anyone, Anyone , Bueller, Bueller?” Plus speed of talking, too fast is a sin. #physiotalk. https://t.co/4q8VueuXkd
Ieuan Ellis 🎓🏃🌍 @Prof_IeuanEllis
Invite honest and critical feedback... build on your strengths and work on your weaknesses. #physiotalk #publicspeaking https://t.co/zpscFID04L
KB @KBNeuroinfo
#physiotalk https://t.co/wqygNapx10
lucy knott @lucykphysio
@physiotalk being read the slides by the presenter with no interaction! really disengaging before they've even started #physiotalk
Rob Tyer @combatsportphys
@physiotalk 6 Ps. Also. Someone who reads from a cue card, word for word and it's the same content on the slide. Low engagement with the material. #physiotalk
Louise @louisepenny87
@physiotalk Too many slides, too many words on the slides. A presenter who is reading. Diagrams and stats and graphs that you can’t actually see because they are so small.... #physiotalk
Dale Whelehan @Daleyfurter
@physiotalk Killing you audience slowly with boredom ;) #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@physiotalk I think PowerPoint gets a bad press! It’s how it’s used that’s the issue. Reading overly complex slides like an automaton is the problem, using slides alongside engaging presentation and discussion is not! #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@physiotalk Ones that include videos which don’t work or have no audio 🤦‍♀️ #physiotalk
UltraRunStew @ayearforhope
@Vee_Spandoni @tomgoom @physiotalk Too much animation - flying in from all directions. #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
So - onto the more pertinent question then.... #physiotalk
Huw Thomas @huwthomas3
Powerpoint presentations are so old school. Good training courses never use these now #physiotalk
Resin 8 @er509939
#DigitalHuman #BureauLocalLive #MCOCO18 #physiotalk Saturday Night Takeaway Lord Crickhowell #Orkambi #Panorama https://t.co/77oyDiHGB7
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
#physiotalk Anyone else thinking back to when they did a lousy presentation and how they felt? Time to share! https://t.co/wVWxjG27tV
Sara Bolton @southernscampi
@physiotalk @Vee_Spandoni You have to move your gaze around and be brave and hold it occasionally #physiotalk
Rashida Pickford @rashidapickford
@physiotalk The more prepared you are and the more you present gives you confidence and skills.#physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk 7. Reading your slides like a script, whilst pointing at the words with a laser 8. Talking too fast 9. Talking too quietly 10. Shouting 11. Mumbling 12. Monotonous speech #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
RT @rashidapickford: @physiotalk The more prepared you are and the more you present gives you confidence and skills.#physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Q More importantly - what makes a good presention? #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
RT @MelroseStewart1: #physiotalk Anyone else thinking back to when they did a lousy presentation and how they felt? Time to share! https:/…
Dale Whelehan @Daleyfurter
@_JoeMiddleton @physiotalk Sounds like some conferences. #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
Make eye contact! #physiotalk https://t.co/Wt5fdx8OZB
Louise @louisepenny87
@physiotalk @Vee_Spandoni A bit of both, I think. Useful to have a few people you know dotted about the audience #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
Oh, and; 13. 'I'll just skim over these slides' 14. Running over time 15. Finishing before time #physiotalk
Priya J @PriyanikaJ
@tomgoom @physiotalk I agree! I think it's great when used as a mediator for / in combination with group discussions etc. #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@tomgoom TOo often badly used? #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @MelroseStewart1: #physiotalk Anyone else thinking back to when they did a lousy presentation and how they felt? Time to share! https:/…
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@MelroseStewart1 ‘To fail to prepare is to prepare to fail’...love that old chestnut and it’s so true. I have found over time I actually quite like presenting, just not when I haven’t prepared properly. And it shows in the content! #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@Daleyfurter @physiotalk *Is* most conferences #physiotalk
Ieuan Ellis 🎓🏃🌍 @Prof_IeuanEllis
Death by bullet point. #physiotalk https://t.co/TZYBQFECP7
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
Late joiner over here! Key to a good presentation for me is to engage your audience, just don’t make it too forced/uncomfortable for them... #physiotalk
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
@_JoeMiddleton Have been known to record on voice notes and listen back over an evening stroll with a coffee, also rehearse last thing before going to bed / first thing in the morning (if it’s an extra special presentation 😀) #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@_JoeMiddleton Could you actually keep going until 9pm I think so! #physiotalk
Huw Thomas @huwthomas3
@physiotalk A short and snappy ! Max 10mins #physiotalk
KB @KBNeuroinfo
@physiotalk Patient story, pictures or info graphic that tells a thousand words and holds your audience #physiotalk
Ade Price @ade_medz
@tomgoom @physiotalk Agree with this. If used well, PowerPoint can really add to a talk. Using the animations and transitioning slides, so that it plays almost continuously in the background, (which comes about with practice)......not distracting, but adds to what's being said #physiotalk
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@physiotalk Busy slides Reading slides word for word Too many slides. Another rule of thumb: tell them what you are going to tell them( intro) , tell them (contents) ,tell them what you told them ( summary) sit down. #physiotalk https://t.co/zYpLrTpzk6
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@tomgoom @physiotalk PowerPoint is a dangerous thing in the wrong hands. Used correctly, it definitely has a place. #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @Prof_IeuanEllis: Death by bullet point. #physiotalk https://t.co/TZYBQFECP7
Sara Bolton @southernscampi
@physiotalk Be clear Be engaging Slides to prompt not read Use of graphics Preparation Practice #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @Retlouping: @physiotalk Busy slides Reading slides word for word Too many slides. Another rule of thumb: tell them what you are going…
Louise @louisepenny87
@physiotalk A mix of information, e.g. intro, context, case study, videos etc. If it’s all just the same type of info I start counting down to the end #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@Vee_Spandoni @physiotalk Do. Not. Go. Over! #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
RT @Em_Garratt: @MelroseStewart1 ‘To fail to prepare is to prepare to fail’...love that old chestnut and it’s so true. I have found over t…
Ken Spearpoint RN BSc MSc MPhil @k_g_spearpoint
RT @Prof_IeuanEllis: Death by bullet point. #physiotalk https://t.co/TZYBQFECP7
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
@sonophysio @Vee_Spandoni @physiotalk Amazing how many do this in conferences 🤔 #physiotalk q
Charlotte Wåhlin @CSWahlin
@physiotalk Tell what you will talk about, do the talk and then conclude what you talked about. Give reference if they want to read and learn more! #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@_JoeMiddleton @tomgoom @physiotalk Just thinking about PP and room size! Looks fine in classroom of 30 doesn't translate to huge conference venue! #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@_JoeMiddleton Blimey you don’t ask for much... 😬 #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
If I can get all I need from reading your slides whilst sitting on the toilet, then you are using PowerPoint wrong. If you are asked to e-mail your slides to an audience member, then you are using PowerPoint wrong. #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
RT @_JoeMiddleton: @tomgoom @physiotalk PowerPoint is a dangerous thing in the wrong hands. Used correctly, it definitely has a place. #ph
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
Even rehearsing until you know the script so well that you can feel confident to change the dynamics when it comes to the actual delivery. #physiotalk https://t.co/GfpOR6GUrR
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@_JoeMiddleton All good points I agree! 👏🏻 Important too to acknowledge how hard presenting can be though. Lots to organise & often mixed level groups to work with. Things outside your control, tech fails, challenging audience members, even weather can be an issue (humid➡️💤)! #physiotalk
Louise @louisepenny87
@physiotalk I love “take home messages” too #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@awgilbert11 @Vee_Spandoni @physiotalk A Professor ate into half my allotted time recently. Very nearly refused to present. #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @Ade_Medz: @tomgoom @physiotalk Agree with this. If used well, PowerPoint can really add to a talk. Using the animations and transitioni…
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
RT @MelroseStewart1: Even rehearsing until you know the script so well that you can feel confident to change the dynamics when it comes to…
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
RT @MelroseStewart1: Even rehearsing until you know the script so well that you can feel confident to change the dynamics when it comes to…
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@MelroseStewart1 I've done them all. Still do some of them. Presenting is a skill that takes practice, and practice, and practice. Oh and lots of bad presentations! It's all about learning and improving. #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @Louisepenny87: @physiotalk I love “take home messages” too #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
#physiotalk https://t.co/FKEWNhr0tI
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @physiotalk: Q More importantly - what makes a good presention? #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@awgilbert11 @sonophysio @Vee_Spandoni @physiotalk So frequently! I tend to disengage as soon as I know a talk is due to finish, and I don’t think I’m the only one #physiotalk
Sara Bolton @southernscampi
@Louisepenny87 @physiotalk @Vee_Spandoni And when listening to others give talks remember how assuring it is to have someone give an agreeing nod or smile or hold your eye contact.... massive confidence boost... #choosekind #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Wondering how may prepare for tech fails? Could you do your presentation without the tech?! #physiotalk
Ade Price @ade_medz
@_JoeMiddleton Yep. PowerPoint presentation should make absolutely no sense at all on its own. #physiotalk
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@physiotalk Someone enganging, someone who you want to ask questions of. Content that is relevant but also new or with your own twist on what is conventional. #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
I do like a good joke or bit a fun every know and then. You know, to help me remember the stuff that comes next. #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @Ade_Medz: @_JoeMiddleton Yep. PowerPoint presentation should make absolutely no sense at all on its own. #physiotalk
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
@Em_Garratt @sonophysio @Vee_Spandoni @physiotalk It gives me anxiety!!!! 😬 selfish, to put an audience through that! #physiotalk
Ieuan Ellis 🎓🏃🌍 @Prof_IeuanEllis
Poor chairing... someone should have hauled that prof off stage .... gives profs a bad name otherwise ! @sonophysio #physiotalk https://t.co/BuP07sPPFs
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @southernscampi: @Louisepenny87 @physiotalk @Vee_Spandoni And when listening to others give talks remember how assuring it is to have so…
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@_JoeMiddleton @MelroseStewart1 I think I’ve done nearly all of these, and will probably still do some. Presenting is a skill you learn and refine over time. And you have to adapt to different audiences so the learning is constant #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @Em_Garratt: @_JoeMiddleton @MelroseStewart1 I think I’ve done nearly all of these, and will probably still do some. Presenting is a sk…
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
If the audience are anything like me, I need something to think about/do to keep with the speaker, especially on longer presentations. Online quizzes can be useful, e.g. @GetKahoot is good, @Mentimeter.... #physiotalk
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
@physiotalk Peop are more interesting than slides. IMO I think a good presentation should be a bad handout! (If you can just read the handout - why do you need the presenter?) #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
RT @sonophysio: @Vee_Spandoni @physiotalk Do. Not. Go. Over! #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Onto a couple of specific questions now #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Q What tools do you use to enhance your presentations #physiotalk
Zoe Brewster @zlbrewster
A good presentation requires a good audience - if they’re not interested in the topic sometimes it doesn’t matter how good you are #physiotalk
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
@GetKahoot @Mentimeter Can also give a good point for discussion if you're up for a bit of ad-lib #physiotalk
Mari @mariand84
@physiotalk Learning by doing #physiotalk
Amanda Hensman-Crook @AmandaHensman
@physiotalk by keeping your presentation on a memory stick and by taking your computer with you, also take a paper presentation to ad lib - dont think there has been many fails I havent encountered! #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
Yes, we need not be too hard on ourselves because we learn so much about how not to do it better next time. If you never do a presentation, you will never know! #physiotalk https://t.co/IvRToxEek1
R M Hammond @theham2008
RT @southernscampi: @Louisepenny87 @physiotalk @Vee_Spandoni And when listening to others give talks remember how assuring it is to have so…
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@physiotalk Practice, practice, practice did I mention practice? Your presentation should be just as good without your slides. The slides should add value not subtract value. #physiotalk involve the room, be thought provoking, above all be REMARKABLE. Be a purple cow #sethgodin https://t.co/jVwWf1D5iJ
Sara Bolton @southernscampi
@physiotalk Sure.... I’ve still got some OHP acetates and pens! 😂 #physiotalk
Rashida Pickford @rashidapickford
@physiotalk Yes! Shows the audience you are an expert and will engage them in a different way. Works only if you are really one and prepared. #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
Definitely! A few kind smiles at the beginning can make the world of difference and bring out a really good presenter #physiotalk https://t.co/ZNTheeDoQI
physiotalk @physiotalk
@LukeTPhysio @GetKahoot @Mentimeter You have just anticipated my next two questions... Keep going with ideas! #physiotalk
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@physiotalk I always have a paper copy with me but if you are only using slides as prompts should be no issue as long as you’ve practiced! May lose some impact with graphs etc but should know your stats inside out! #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@physiotalk Always have a plan B, C and D! Need to keep calm when tech fails and most of the time you’ll find a solution. I’ve had to teach in a room with no power, had fire alarms going continuously and even got heckled by a chicken! 🐓 #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@physiotalk #physiotalk Happened to me. Carried on anyway, message is key. If visuals are vital, postpone.
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk - Humour - Stories - Humour - Analogies - Humour - Interpretative Dance #physiotalk
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
@IanTyrrell5 @physiotalk Very important the content is relevant. The ‘so what’ for EVERY slide / sentence - need a good critical friend to guide that though! @AnjuJaggi 😉#physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @Em_Garratt: Definitely! A few kind smiles at the beginning can make the world of difference and bring out a really good presenter #phys
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
Think we've all experienced that one at some point! How best to bring them back though? Crack a funny? Throw something out there that catches them off guard, totally off topic? Both have worked for me in the past with varying levels of success! #physiotalk https://t.co/juL3f10hLM
physiotalk @physiotalk
@southernscampi But what would you show them on...!!! #physiotalk (Me too though😀)
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@physiotalk Magic tricks 😂 #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @_JoeMiddleton: @physiotalk - Humour - Stories - Humour - Analogies - Humour - Interpretative Dance #physiotalk
Sara Bolton @southernscampi
@physiotalk I’m not everyone will know what I’m talking about! #physiotalk #olddays
Ieuan Ellis 🎓🏃🌍 @Prof_IeuanEllis
#physiotalk I learn more from a presentor when
Dale Whelehan @Daleyfurter
@physiotalk Used 'word clouds' from https://t.co/NwoAEXDW3H recently. It can help gauge the audiences understanding of a topic etc. and allow you to have a more focused or more broad scope to talk #physiotalk - also can be used for live feedback ! https://t.co/x04epHOTWr
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
@tomgoom @physiotalk The definition of resilience! 🐔🐔🐔#physiotalk
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
@_JoeMiddleton @physiotalk Can we see a video example of the latter, Joe? #physiotalk
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
RT @Prof_IeuanEllis: #physiotalk I learn more from a presentor when
Jessica Metcalfe @JLMPhysio
@physiotalk Pictures, different design layouts, hand gestures, movement across the stage if possible. Anything to keep the viewer on their toes. And a few bad Physio jokes of course! #physiotalk
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
Flexibility is important. Audiences are unpredictable. A prepared presentation is only plan A. Need to read the room and adapt to body language, cues and questions. Not just the bored but also the enthused!! #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@_JoeMiddleton Video of the last one please! #physiotalk
Priya J @PriyanikaJ
@physiotalk @Vee_Spandoni I feel confident in making eye contact with most when I prepare well for my presentation! No hesitation in that case 😊😊 #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
This happens too often to rely solely on one format. Need to have back up systems ready. #physiotalk https://t.co/TfcnzlQD9i
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@Vee_Spandoni @_JoeMiddleton I’m in the category too! Can say things a tad too seriously when I’m actually trying tit be funny #soundsgoodinmyhead #physiotalk
Rory McIntyre @tweetsfrom_Rory
RT @sonophysio: @Vee_Spandoni @physiotalk Do. Not. Go. Over! #physiotalk
Sara Bolton @southernscampi
@physiotalk If suitable....an activity, a question and definitely humour.... #physiotalk
Priya J @PriyanikaJ
@physiotalk @AdamMeakins #physiotalk
Charlotte Wåhlin @CSWahlin
@_JoeMiddleton @physiotalk Would love to hear a talk by you for inspiration 😅💃🏼 #physiotalk
Rory McIntyre @tweetsfrom_Rory
RT @Retlouping: @physiotalk Practice, practice, practice did I mention practice? Your presentation should be just as good without your slid…
Rashida Pickford @rashidapickford
@AmandaHensman @physiotalk Use stories!#physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@tomgoom ?! Chicken... #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@physiotalk @southernscampi The OHPs which are probably still sat in lots of departmental cupboards?! #physiotalk
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
As with best man speeches - witty (light humour) is often more successful than attempts at outright stand up comedy!! #physiotalk
Jo Gibson @ShoulderGeek1
RT @physiotalk: And your final countdown ahead of tonight's #physiotalk This is your 15 min warning! That means get the kettle on.... ht…
I Want Sales @iwantsales_ca
RT @Em_Garratt: @physiotalk @southernscampi The OHPs which are probably still sat in lots of departmental cupboards?! #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
RT @tolanPT: Flexibility is important. Audiences are unpredictable. A prepared presentation is only plan A. Need to read the room and adapt…
I Want Sales @iwantsales_ca
RT @physiotalk: @tomgoom ?! Chicken... #physiotalk
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
Mentioned in another tweet but online quizzes can be great e.g. @GetKahoot @Mentimeter #physiotalk https://t.co/SqlOF91J4w
I Want Sales @iwantsales_ca
RT @rashidapickford: @AmandaHensman @physiotalk Use stories!#physiotalk
I Want Sales @iwantsales_ca
RT @Retlouping: @physiotalk Practice, practice, practice did I mention practice? Your presentation should be just as good without your slid…
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@physiotalk I teach my two day courses without tech, no PP , do use music and occasional video, but only adjuncts, not essential. People make a presentation. #physiotalk #participantcentered
Sibyl Edward @pasl_pt
@MelroseStewart1 If using downloaded video clips, there is always the option of download to play without internet just in case #physiotalk
Ade Price @ade_medz
@physiotalk Pull out some valley expressions, that really gets people thinking about what's actually being said....cos they have no clue, and we have to go over the point again! #physiotalk
Rory McIntyre @tweetsfrom_Rory
@physiotalk Ask the audience a question #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @Ade_Medz: @physiotalk Pull out some valley expressions, that really gets people thinking about what's actually being said....cos they h…
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
Yes, 'word clouds' really useful to capture focus of engagement. #physiotalk https://t.co/PDXbzJzk9A
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
@physiotalk Not being stuck to a point on the floor or hiding behind a lecturn. As with all things, a bit of movement is good and engaging! #physiotalk
Ade Price @ade_medz
@physiotalk I tend to swear quite a bit too #physiotalk
lucy knott @lucykphysio
@physiotalk for me if a presenter had a complete technical failure but was able to carry on without a fuss that would be engaging before they've even started! #physiotalk
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@physiotalk I always use my experinces, how I’ve done things, especially examples of things I didn’t get quite right or learnt from. But these are unique to me so hopefully people can reflect on themselves. Love humour and audience participation! #physiotalk
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
Or even better, chuck in some Welsh! Bendigedig! #physiotalk https://t.co/nr1T7eiPdZ
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@tomgoom @physiotalk I will Trump ( bad word choice) you and will juggle whilst telling a dad joke 😂 #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@physiotalk Yep, teaching at a venue not far from a small farm. The feathery blighter kept squawking all through my presentation! #physiotalk #fowlplay
physiotalk @physiotalk
@tolanPT Not too much though! Was at conf once where presenter continuously walked in a square VERY Distracting.... #physiotalk
Fraser Ferguson @FraserAHP
RT @_JoeMiddleton: @physiotalk 7. Reading your slides like a script, whilst pointing at the words with a laser 8. Talking too fast 9. Talki…
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
A few of my favourites. #physiotalk https://t.co/BXCjOyHIgU
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@physiotalk @_JoeMiddleton #physiotalk 😂 https://t.co/cw3L38MMtc
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@Retlouping @physiotalk Oh no 🤦‍♂️ that’s me out of the job then! 😢 #superceded #physiotalk
Ade Price @ade_medz
@physiotalk @_JoeMiddleton I've seen him dance.....you don't want to. Trust me. #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @Ade_Medz: @physiotalk @_JoeMiddleton I've seen him dance.....you don't want to. Trust me. #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@Ade_Medz @physiotalk Harsh. But fair. #physiotalk
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@tomgoom @physiotalk 😂 mine would be granddad jokes #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Ok - next question coming up #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@physiotalk My mum, with 40 yrs of teaching under her belt, always says there are 3 components to a good presentation: something to look at, something to do and something to take away (preferably combine 2 and 3) #physiotalk
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
RT @Em_Garratt: @physiotalk My mum, with 40 yrs of teaching under her belt, always says there are 3 components to a good presentation: some…
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
#physiotalk Show us yours. https://t.co/GWLqJzSHKr
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@_JoeMiddleton @physiotalk I did. The presentation was on kinematics so it was poultry in motion. #physiotalk I’ll get my coat 😉
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
RT @Em_Garratt: @physiotalk My mum, with 40 yrs of teaching under her belt, always says there are 3 components to a good presentation: some…
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
@LucyKPhysio @physiotalk Had a terrible experience at Physio UK last year. Completely froze, couldn’t get going at all, cracked a rubbish joke and got a couple of laughs which settled my nerves. Was fine after that although felt worse watching back on video 🙈 #physiotalk
Louise @louisepenny87
@sonophysio Could you do a presentation on these so that I don’t need to read them all?! #physiotalk
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@tomgoom @physiotalk Selfie 😂 #physiotalk https://t.co/3ANCNdMT1B
physiotalk @physiotalk
Q In today's digital environment... How have you integrated your presentation into the online environment? (Or should you?) #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@tomgoom @physiotalk #physiotalk https://t.co/1SLRMmv2Aa
Ieuan Ellis 🎓🏃🌍 @Prof_IeuanEllis
What angle did you presentation take @tomgoon ? #physiotalk https://t.co/qF0nawyhul
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@_JoeMiddleton @physiotalk I think the thing to take away is supposed to be relevant to the topic?! But baking would work if I was in the audience #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@Louisepenny87 @ffolliet has great bite size blogs. #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @sonophysio: A few of my favourites. #physiotalk https://t.co/BXCjOyHIgU
physiotalk @physiotalk
RT @sonophysio: A few of my favourites. #physiotalk https://t.co/BXCjOyHIgU
Amanda Hensman-Crook @AmandaHensman
@physiotalk on slideshare #physiotalk
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
RT @awgilbert11: @LucyKPhysio @physiotalk Had a terrible experience at Physio UK last year. Completely froze, couldn’t get going at all, cr…
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @physiotalk: Q In today's digital environment... How have you integrated your presentation into the online environment? (Or should you?)…
physiotalk @physiotalk
@sonophysio @Louisepenny87 @ffolliet Yes - I'm going to put a link from this chats blog page #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@physiotalk Mid-presentation polls via apps can be fun when used well. #physiotalk
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@physiotalk Apart from them being available online for the companies or conferences no. Slight aside it does wind me up when you have people talking pictures of slides when you’re trying to talk! I’m trying to engage me, talk to me and I’ll send you them! But listen to me! #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
RT @sonophysio: @Louisepenny87 @ffolliet has great bite size blogs. #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk What does that even mean? #physiotalk
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
Have used @prezi a couple of times, audience usually enjoy as something a bit different but don't get too carried away with the animations! #physiotalk #seasick https://t.co/v5sWwyCxD9
Sara Bolton @southernscampi
@physiotalk Nope but would try.... have used periscope to watch others presenting #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@IanTyrrell5 @physiotalk How do you know they aren't taking a picture of you? #physiotalk
Ieuan Ellis 🎓🏃🌍 @Prof_IeuanEllis
Lecture-capture it, tweet before, during (on stage) and after with images. #physiotalk https://t.co/8oyo8SVk83
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @Prof_IeuanEllis: Lecture-capture it, tweet before, during (on stage) and after with images. #physiotalk https://t.co/8oyo8SVk83
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@physiotalk I’ve created a web page with links to all the evidence I discuss, relevant blogs and additional video and audio content. It has both pre and post course info and really helps support the course itself plus I can update it as new evidence emerges. #physiotalk
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
@awgilbert11 @LucyKPhysio @physiotalk Been there!! I present quite a bit and on any random day, even with the smallest audience...it can be like the first time at school!! #physiotalk. Wouldn't be fun without nerves. No nerves if its too easy!
Mphatso @it_is_mpha
#northeasthour Gotham City and Middle Earth #AntandDecSongs God of War #destroyallthebands #physiotalk https://t.co/zeqVdlMJsk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@IanTyrrell5 Ooh - that's an interesting thought. Any other people comments- what about people following from afar on Twitter who value the pic? #physiotalk
Ade Price @ade_medz
@physiotalk My laptop failed me once...forces to fly solo...went just fine, and actually resulted in an increase in audience participation. It made the whole session much better than previous ones...so I ditched the PP for future sessions and went with the new & improved formula. #physiotalk
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@_JoeMiddleton @physiotalk Lol I wouldn’t mine that I am quite photogenic but at the AFN conference last summer the whole front row just took pictures! Distracted me! #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @Ade_Medz: @physiotalk My laptop failed me once...forces to fly solo...went just fine, and actually resulted in an increase in audience…
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@physiotalk Live tweeting during presentation. I get most of my CEU education from watching tweets live from conferences around the world 🌎 #physiotalk
Charlotte Wåhlin @CSWahlin
@physiotalk Yes, for example both before and after a conference. I will blog and write on twitter about the presentation. Sometimes I use share slides on LinkedIn. We have to improve the way we disseminate research #scicomm #physiotalk
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
Thanks for keeping me cycling in the gym #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@sonophysio @physiotalk Great idea! What apps do you use? #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@_JoeMiddleton Twitter, slideshare, linked blogs.... #physiotalk
lucy knott @lucykphysio
@physiotalk this is something I definitely need to explore! #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@physiotalk Feeling old as I don’t understand the question... 😬 🤷‍♀️ #physiotalk
Dale Whelehan @Daleyfurter
@physiotalk Not so much what I do as to what conferences do -I think hashtags are great, and also twitter walls in the conference itself! Particularly for those not at the conference it is good to get a taster of what is being discussed and makes current research more accessible. #physiotalk
Ieuan Ellis 🎓🏃🌍 @Prof_IeuanEllis
Challenge but try not to alienate your audience ... and end on a high point. #physiotalk https://t.co/wXjK1usV7s
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@tomgoom @physiotalk Yes! Now that’s preparation! #physiotalk
Sasha Wood @SashaWoodPT
@physiotalk Talking to other groups of professionals, not just physio in service training - e.g. get involved in teaching/competencies with nurses and HCAs on how to use our equipment etc... helps with demonstration skills and answering Qs on the spot too! #physiotalk
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
Periscope and Facebook Live have HUGE potential! Cheap and easy way to involve more people in what you're presenting #physiotalk https://t.co/hVOPW9yK6k
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
@physiotalk @IanTyrrell5 Balance to be had....I must confess, I learn from many of those pics on here taken from those talks. #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
@Em_Garratt Now I think I'm a little older than you... #physiotalk
lucy knott @lucykphysio
@IanTyrrell5 @physiotalk it's difficult now when we're constantly told to tweet away during presentations!! remember the # !!!! #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @Daleyfurter: @physiotalk Not so much what I do as to what conferences do -I think hashtags are great, and also twitter walls in the con…
physiotalk @physiotalk
Final Q What is your one MUST DO when speaking /presenting #physiotalk
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
@tolanPT @LucyKPhysio @physiotalk I used to feel physically sick before a presentation of any size... still wouldn’t say it’s a pleasant experience but forcing myself to say ‘yes’ to opportunities to present has been the best thing to build confidence, it’s gets easier thankfully 😀 #physiotalk
Sasha Wood @SashaWoodPT
Talking to other groups of professionals, not just physio in service training - e.g. get involved in teaching/competencies with nurses and HCAs on how to use our equipment etc... helps with demonstration skills and answering Qs on the spot too! #physiotalk https://t.co/Xerao1hOgA
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
Ah but I pick up loads of stuff from pictures of slides on twitter, taken at lectures/conferences I can’t make! #physiotalk https://t.co/gtB5oWdPln
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
RT @_JoeMiddleton: @physiotalk - Humour - Stories - Humour - Analogies - Humour - Interpretative Dance #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@Daleyfurter @physiotalk I agree, hashtags are great at repeated courses too as people can look back at what’s been shared on previous courses. #physiotalk
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
@Daleyfurter @physiotalk Twitter walls are great - get a big TV or a screen and get tweetdeck up, makes twitter engagement easy for everyone and can just get involved when you see an interesting tweet rather than being stuck to your phone the whole time #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @Prof_IeuanEllis: Challenge but try not to alienate your audience ... and end on a high point. #physiotalk https://t.co/wXjK1usV7s
Sara Bolton @southernscampi
@tolanPT @physiotalk @IanTyrrell5 Me too! And saves me taking notes... and I can share quickly (whilst I remember) #physiotalk
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
Plus hashtags make #physiotalk transcripts possible! https://t.co/otSucqFUzG
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
@LucyKPhysio @awgilbert11 @physiotalk I promise - there is no physio uk curse!! Safe place to practice on a big platform. #PTcommunity #physio18 #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk @IanTyrrell5 I've 'live-tweeted' many a conference. Photos of the slides do help, but then it comes back to whether that makes for a good presentation in person. If you can get the same experience from twitter as you can from attending in person, then what are you paying for? #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@LukeTPhysio What is periscope?? #physiotalk
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
RT @awgilbert11: @tolanPT @LucyKPhysio @physiotalk I used to feel physically sick before a presentation of any size... still wouldn’t say i…
Sibyl Edward @pasl_pt
@physiotalk Go into the presentation that you know more than your audience :) #physiotalk
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
RT @southernscampi: @tolanPT @physiotalk @IanTyrrell5 Me too! And saves me taking notes... and I can share quickly (whilst I remember) #phy
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
@southernscampi @tolanPT @physiotalk @IanTyrrell5 My tweets from a conference ARE my notes... #physiotalk
Amanda Hensman-Crook @AmandaHensman
@physiotalk Remain calm! Not easy even after 3 years of sustained presenting - will try to remember that when being translated into frech this weekend! #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
The technology for engaging and presenting at conferences is changing rapidly so rapidly, is anyone else finding it hard to keep up? #physiotalk https://t.co/NyNIBIEsoh
Ian Tyrrell @IanTyrrell5
@Em_Garratt Yea it’s great but that content is usually available on the internet from the conferences anyway. But we urge for speakers to be engaging/thought provoking etc but if the audience are on their phones how can they be engaged fully. Do it after the lecture. #physiotalk
Rashida Pickford @rashidapickford
@physiotalk Speak clearly slowly and do not look at the slides. Sorry that is 3 things. #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
@physiotalk Engage with the audience. Otherwise you might as well just record it and hit play!! #physiotalk
Janet Thomas @JanetThomas47
That's an hour up - but keep tweeting! #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @LukeTPhysio: Periscope and Facebook Live have HUGE potential! Cheap and easy way to involve more people in what you're presenting #phys
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @physiotalk: Final Q What is your one MUST DO when speaking /presenting #physiotalk
Aimee Robson @AimeeRobson4
@physiotalk Smile - it’s the best way to relax as a speaker, engage auduence, let/get their guard down and really engage/listen/hear 😃 #physiotalk https://t.co/RHNMLwujDs
Louise @louisepenny87
@physiotalk Breathe (normally......) #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk Turn up. #physiotalk
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
@physiotalk Enjoy it! If you're not enjoying it, the audience won't. They're like animals... They smell fear! #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Will collect the transcript later on - so keep suggesting your ideas! #physiotalk
Sara Bolton @southernscampi
@physiotalk PREPARE! #physiotalk (and smile)
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
RT @JanetThomas47: @southernscampi @tolanPT @physiotalk @IanTyrrell5 My tweets from a conference ARE my notes... #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk Prepare. That covers everything ;) #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
Gain the attention of your audience and keep it! #physiotalk https://t.co/0bk1gXn81K
Ade Price @ade_medz
@physiotalk Never assume you know more than the audience. Instead, present your understanding of the topic, and facilitate further open discussion as part of the session. #physiotalk
Simon Hayward @sonophysio
@physiotalk Accept that: The greater the nerves beforehand = The bigger the adrenaline buzz afterwards. #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
RT @southernscampi: @physiotalk PREPARE! #physiotalk (and smile)
RUH-AlliedHealthProfessionals @PTOTSLTDietAHPs
RT @_JoeMiddleton: When discussing presenting and public speaking, I must draw everyone's attention to @ffolliet and his site https://t.co/…
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
RT @_JoeMiddleton: @physiotalk Prepare. That covers everything ;) #physiotalk
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
@tolanPT @LucyKPhysio @physiotalk Wholeheartedly agree. First ‘proper’ presentation there in 2015, was a great experience, a safe supportive environment. Great having a friendly chair of session in @suehaywardgiles to ease me in gently! #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
And if you liked tonight then you only have a week before our next #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @_JoeMiddleton: @physiotalk Turn up. #physiotalk
Ade Price @ade_medz
@_JoeMiddleton @physiotalk Sober #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @JanetThomas47: @southernscampi @tolanPT @physiotalk @IanTyrrell5 My tweets from a conference ARE my notes... #physiotalk
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
RT @awgilbert11: @tolanPT @LucyKPhysio @physiotalk Wholeheartedly agree. First ‘proper’ presentation there in 2015, was a great experience,…
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @Ade_Medz: @physiotalk Never assume you know more than the audience. Instead, present your understanding of the topic, and facilitate fu…
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @Ade_Medz: @_JoeMiddleton @physiotalk Sober #physiotalk
David Poulter 🚲🚴🏻‍♂️ @Retlouping
@physiotalk 💩 forgot #physiotalk Make an impact on the audience. Not just another presenter in the long line of presenters. https://t.co/rptVPZ28a1
Zoe Brewster @zlbrewster
@physiotalk Prepare #physiotalk
lucy knott @lucykphysio
@IanTyrrell5 @_JoeMiddleton @physiotalk good point about distraction. balance to be had agree. #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
Am loving your one must do things - keep them coming! #physiotalk
Ieuan Ellis 🎓🏃🌍 @Prof_IeuanEllis
Talk it - blog it #physiotalk https://t.co/392Lvgvrlu https://t.co/6qRJNc7Y3t
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
@IanTyrrell5 Not sure I agree...content isn’t always available and it is hard to take adequate notes. Photos etc of key slides coupled with a tweet provide excellent notes. Appreciate may not be so great for presenter though #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @physiotalk: And if you liked tonight then you only have a week before our next #physiotalk
RunningPhysio @tomgoom
RT @physiotalk: Am loving your one must do things - keep them coming! #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
RT @Ade_Medz: @physiotalk Never assume you know more than the audience. Instead, present your understanding of the topic, and facilitate fu…
Dale Whelehan @Daleyfurter
@physiotalk Also hashtags are great as they help get a topic trending on twitter at either a local or national level which helps all members of twitter to access the information if they find it interesting! - nothing like a bit of free promotion #physiotalk
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
@tolanPT @LucyKPhysio @awgilbert11 @physiotalk Definitely definitely agree Steve - had a blast doing my first conference presentation at #physio17 and am looking forward to attending #physio18! Very receptive (and forgiving) audiences at physio UK #physiotalk
Anthony Gilbert @awgilbert11
@tolanPT @JanetThomas47 @southernscampi @physiotalk @IanTyrrell5 #DigitalFilingCabinet #physiotalk
physiotalk @physiotalk
And a thanks from me for the wifi in @jdwtweet You really can take part and run a tweetchat from anywhere! #cheers #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
RT @Ade_Medz: @physiotalk Never assume you know more than the audience. Instead, present your understanding of the topic, and facilitate fu…
Steve Tolan @tolanAHP
RT @LukeTPhysio: @tolanPT @LucyKPhysio @awgilbert11 @physiotalk Definitely definitely agree Steve - had a blast doing my first conference p…
Rory McIntyre @tweetsfrom_Rory
@physiotalk Practice timing in advance. It'll force you to cut out the bits that aren't essential - and help with nerves too. #physiotalk
Joe Middleton @_JoeMiddleton
@physiotalk @jdwtweet Aww, you should have said which one you are in, and your table number. We could have kept you well hydrated and fed!!!! #physiotalk
Ade Price @ade_medz
@tomgoom @physiotalk Been to a few of those! Like when the supply teacher used to turn up in class and whack the VHS on. #physiotalk
Karen white @kwhite394
@physiotalk First ever tweet chat. Thank you #physiotalk
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@_JoeMiddleton @jdwtweet Too late now! #physiotalk
Emma Garratt @Em_Garratt
Thanks @physiotalk for a great tweet chat! Transcript will be well worth reviewing for some insights into #Presentation skills @oxfordhealthAHP @ouh_therapies @OBUPhysio @OxfordACPIN @bendotellis @physiojo #physiotalk
L.A.E @laellis1987
@physiotalk Clear, concise and engaging with a dab or two of humour. #physiotalk
Sara Bolton @southernscampi
RT @JanetThomas47: @southernscampi @tolanPT @physiotalk @IanTyrrell5 My tweets from a conference ARE my notes... #physiotalk
Dr Melrose Stewart MBE @MelroseStewart1
Hope you enjoyed #physiotalk https://t.co/QsgPw0M5w8
Luke Tobin @LukeTPhysio
@Em_Garratt Live video broadcasting via twitter - people can send in comments live during the vid so can have audience participation, free to use. More info @PeriscopeCo #physiotalk
Karen white @kwhite394
@MelroseStewart1 I did thank you. Will get the kids into bed earlier on a Monday! #physiotalk
lucy knott @lucykphysio
Catch up on #physiotalk summary. some great tips for us all😉 @KevSargeant @RPSStevenson @CarolineReece2 @rpopey @MatSouthall9 @EmilyRossPhysio @hannahrooneyy @ConnectOxford #bebrave #resilience #CSPLDP https://t.co/EI7uiIAHZp
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