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Official account for the FRCPC Emergency Medicine program at the University of Toronto. Tweets for discussion and learning, not medical advice.
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EM UofT Aug 17
We'd love to hear from you!
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Anton Helman Aug 16
Need a quick refresher? Rapid Reviews Videos on TIA Part 1 Part 2
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Andrew Petrosoniak Aug 16
residents trying their best not to look happy before a full scale simulation...deep down they were pumped.
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Chris Byrne Aug 16
Definitely one of the highlights of my training so far. No doubt a world class educational experience. 👏
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Ahmed Sami Al-Den Aug 16
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Ahmed Taher Aug 16
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Cristian Aug 16
No better end to Senior Skills Day than a high-fidelity SIM! Thanks for the day
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Daniel Ting Aug 15
Esmolol is an advanced resuscitation strategy to be considered in refractory ventricular fibrillation. Full article:
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Sara Gray Aug 16
Skills Day. Practicing bougie cric on each other using 3D printed larynxes. Amazing!
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Sara Gray Aug 16
Critical Care Skills Day at . Can't wait to teach them about the
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EM UofT Aug 9
Triaging risk for retinal tear: take a look for Schafer's sign. Schafer negative greatly reassures ophtho.
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EM UofT Aug 9
Why would giving talks be unlike any other skill? says feedback = critical. Find a feedback friend. It's an iterative process.
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EM UofT Aug 9
Nothing more painful than videotaping yourself speaking... nothing more valuable. Want to be a better presenter? Suck it up.
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EM UofT Aug 9
Entertainment (thus value) of your talk inversely proportional to your audience's decrease in phone battery. Do Not Be Boring -
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EM UofT Aug 9
Presentation design by : 3-2-1 rule. Each slide, at most 3 colors, 2 fonts, 1 image. Simplicity is king.
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EM UofT Aug 9
If your slide needs a laser pointer to focus your audience...Lose it. And lose the pointer. You've already lost the audience -
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EM UofT Aug 9
Low resolution pictures in your talk are a non-starter. Resources: Shutterstock, Canva, Pixabay, morgueFile, PEXELS, Google.
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EM UofT Aug 9
Put. Your. Laptop. Away. says process of building a talk has nothing to do with opening PowerPoint. Build a narrative first.
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EM UofT Aug 9
Pic: Strategy for successful presentations. If all else fails though, end with golden trio: puppies/babies/kittens, says
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EM UofT Aug 9
on effective presentations: speak to their needs + fears, draw + resolve conflict, connect emotionally, bring a strong argument
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