The workshop “How to improve your scientific presentations” is organised by the Dr. Antoni Esteve Foundation.
Designed with a blend of theory and practice, this new course not only covers basic skills in public speaking but also looks at shaping your message, structuring your content and polishing your delivery in order to have a greater impact on your audience. Defining a message, having a central objective, establishing a narrative, imposing a structure and attractive design of slides are some of the keys to capturing and holding public attention.
With a combination of plenary sessions and workshops with small groups, the course will take place over five days (November 21, 23, 24, 28 and 30, 2022). The course is coordinated by Brian McCarthy.
Dates and Time: November 21, 23, 24, 28 and 30, 2022, from 16:00 to 18:45 CET (all sessions)
Audience: Early-stage PhD researchers
The workshop is free of charge and has limited places. Participants must attend all sessions. To register, please fill in the registration form here before 10 November. A confirmation email will be sent to all participants
For more information, please visit the following link: https://www.esteve.org/en/eventos/how-to-improve-your-scientific-presentations-online/?doing_wp_cron=1667833233.9263310432434082031250
1. The Core Elements of a Speech
2. The Audience, the Core Argument and the Call to Action of your presentation
3. How to structure your content
4. Brainstorming your presentation
5. How to quickly design great slides
6. How to start a presentation
7. Body language and voice for presenting on camera
8. Rehearsal of your presentation
9. Final presentation
The course is coordinated by Brian McCarthy. He is a writer, translator and instructor of several courses. He has also translated and edited dozens of articles on pharmacology, psychology and education. Before moving to Spain in 2005, he was a professional theater director and acting coach. McCarthy will be assisted by 12 coaches, who will be in charge of the practical sessions with small groups.