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shared team presentations

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by adam73180, Jul 17, 2006.

  1. adam73180

    adam73180 Junior Member
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    Hi everyone, does anyone have any 3 minute mini-presentations to the team to share? I can look to setting up a site for it if need be.

    Topics I'm looking for are diabetes medications, COPD, and endocarditis.
     
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  3. Margaritaville

    Margaritaville Wastin' away again...
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    You've got to be kidding me...you need help to come up with a three-minute talk? What a work ethic. :rolleyes:
     
  4. pillowhead

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    Go to uptodate.com or your favorite internal medicine textbook and look up those topics. Are you actually looking for an already prepared presentation to use? That's called plagarism.
     
  5. adam73180

    adam73180 Junior Member
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    Why reinvent the wheel?
     
  6. 2007er

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    try wikipedia. otherwsie, get a good review book and just do it off of that.
     
  7. KidDr

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    you can't cover any of these topics in 3 minutes, unless you just talk about the basics (which no one really want to hear about at this point)...the first step is to narrow down your topic, and then yeah I totally agree with others---uptodate is a great resource.
     

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