Effective Presentation Skills
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About this Course
Objective of the course: To help teachers transform lectures into more effective learning interventions.
Being an expert in a clinical or a surgical topic does not translate into being a good teacher. To become a good teacher we need a theoretical framework that will help us understand and apply teaching principles and strategies to teaching.
Traditional lectures have ranked very low when measuring their effectiveness.
It has been estimated that by 2020 there will be approximately 80 million people with glaucoma, an increase of about 20 million since 2010. Furthermore, it is thought that at present over 8 million people are bilaterally blind due to glaucoma, a figure that is set to rise to over 11 million by 2020 with the increasing prevalence, unless improved screening and effective treatment strategies are successful.
The problem with glaucoma is two fold. Most forms of glaucoma are bilateral, but asymptomatic in their early stages, hence decreased awareness and patients reach the doctors only when the disease is advanced. About 50% of all glaucoma cases are undiagnosed in developed countries, this figure being as high as 90% in the developing parts of the world. The second problem is that the diagnosis is not simple using one or two parameters. Diagnosis of glaucoma is based on intraocular pressure measurement, gonioscopy, disc assessment and visual field testing. However, unbiased collection of each clinical findings and interpretation of all the test results in correspondence to each other while keeping in view the limitations and pitfalls plays a crucial role in appropriate diagnosis and management.
Further, many classes of pharmacological agents are used in the management of this disorder both as single agent as well as combined therapy. Most potent agent is not always the best agent. Therefore, a good understanding of nuances in using these agents is essential in preventing vision loss in this disease. While majority of glaucomas are treated medically, when medications do not help surgical treatment helps to control the intraocular pressure. Hence understanding of when to move on to surgery is important.
Meet the Instructors
Eduardo Mayorga received his medical degree from Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. He completed his residency training in Ophthalmology at the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires Argentina, and his Professorship in Medicine at Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires.
He works at the Department of Ophthalmology at the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires. He is the Director for E-learning at the Pan-American Association of Ophthalmology, President of the Pan-American Council of University Professors in Ophthalmology, and Director for E-learning for the International Council of Ophthalmology.
He received training for virtual tutoring at the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires Virtual Education Committee and has been director of several online courses at the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires since 2005.
He is a frequent international speaker and symposium coordinator on Medical Education at ophthalmology meetings around the world.
Dr. Karl Golnik
Dr. Karl Golnik is Professor & Chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Cincinnati and the Cincinnati Eye Institute.
He has practiced Neuro-ophthalmology exclusively for 26 years and has served on the Board of the North American Neuro-ophthalmology Society. He has also received the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s Lifetime Achievement award and more than 10 teaching awards throughout his career.
He has given invited neuro-ophthalmology and medical education lectures in more than 65 countries and has over 120 publications in these fields. He currently serves as the International Council of Ophthalmology’s Director for Education.
Dr. Pankaj Lamba
Dr. Pankaj Lamba, FRCS (Glasg) graduated from Medical College, Nagpur, India. He passed his Diploma in Ophthalmology from Institute of Ophthalmology, Aligarh Muslim University, India in 2001 and was awarded Gold Medal for standing first in the University. He completed his Diplomate National Board (Ophthalmology) from National Board of Examination, New Delhi, India in 2004. He was awarded F.R.C.S. from Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow in 2004. He passed the
Diploma in Health Professions Education from Gulf Medical University, United Arab Emirates in 2011.
He is a Specialist and Lecturer in Department of Ophthalmology at Thumbay Hospital & Research Centre, affiliated to Gulf Medical University, Ajman, United Arab Emirates. He is Clerkship Coordinator in Ophthalmology and he is a member of various academic and Assessment Committees of the Gulf Medical University.
His special units include E‐Learning, Using media tools for creating effective learning environment and strategies. He has many paper presentations and publications in the Ophthalmology and Medical Education worldwide.
He is looking forward to this course for sharing his experiences with you and also learn from the vast depth of experiences with the participants of this course. Looking forward to meet you all.
Matthew D. Gearinger, M.D.
University of Rochester Medical Center | School of Medicine and Dentistry |
MD Medicine | Univ of Michigan Medical Sch | 1997 | Attended: 1993 ‐ 1997
POST‐DOCTORAL TRAINING AND RESIDENCY
Fellow Pediatric Ophthalmology | Duke University | 2002 | Attended: 2001 ‐ 2002 Ophthalmology (Residency) University of Pittsburgh Residency | 1998 ‐ 2001 Internal Medicine (Internship) St. Joseph Mercy Hosp. | 1997 ‐ 1998
NIH Summer Research Fellow | 1994
Associate Professor | Ophthalmology | SMD | 2010 ‐ Present
Assistant Professor | Ophthalmology | SMD | 2003 ‐ 2010
Associate Professor | Pediatrics | SMD | 2010 ‐ Present
Assistant Professor | Pediatrics | SMD | 2003 ‐ 2010
Monthly Strabismus Rounds | 2007 ‐ Present
Weekly Resident Rounds | 2007
Annual Pediatric Ophthalmology Lecture Series (20 hrs/yr) | 2003 ‐ Present
International Council of Ophthalmology Webinar Pilot Project | January 2012 ‐ Present
Dr Sunil Moreker
Dr Sunil Moreker received his medical degree (MBBS) from Seth G.S Medical College and King Edward Memorial Hospital University of Bombay. He completed his residency and recieved his Master of Surgery ( M.S ) (Ophthalmology) from the Government medical
college ‐Grant Medical College and Sir J.J Group of hospitals, University of Bombay.
He has been lecturer at the Grant Medical College and at Mahatma Gandhi Medical ( MGM) College at New Bombay. He has been Associate professor at MGM Medical College and hospital.
He is presently engaged in teaching cadaveric orbit dissections to post graduate students at MGM Medical College , MGM University at New Bombay and is a consultant at Seven Hills Hospital, MGM Hospital, Fortis Hiranandani Hospital and Cumballa Hill Hospital.
He conducts continuing medical education programmes for general physicians through the Indian Medical Association for relicensing of medical graduates by the Maharashtra Medical Council and has conducted instruction courses and presentations in Egypt, Singapore, Malaysia, Brazil and UK, Canada, Hong Kong and Australia besides India. He has conducted instruction courses for 10 years at All India ophthalmology Society's Annual Conferences all over India.
He has been Programme committee member of IAMSE for its Annual conference as well as Director of Web based lecture series of International Association of Medical Science Educators ( IAMSE) , USA and Chairman,Web editor committee of Council of Science Editors( CSE) , USA and member Board of Directors of the same for a year. he has been a member of Association of Medical Education in Europe and Society of teachers of Family medicine U SA.He is a reviewer for the journal "Medical Education" the official Journal of Association of Study of Medical Education ( ASME) in UK as well as the journal "Clinical Teacher" and is a member of Center for Research In Medical and Dental Education , (CRMDE) University of Birmingham , U.K.
Helena Prior Filipe
Helena Prior Filipe is a consultant of ophthalmology practicing at the Hospital of Forças Armadas-PL/EMGFA and Hospital of SAMS in Lisbon.
She received her medical degree from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Lisbon and her masters in Medical Education from the Portuguese Catholic University of Lisbon.
She collaborates with the Department of Medical Education of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Lisbon and has experience in mentoring students of medicine, residents of ophthalmology and ophthalmic allied personnel.
While chairing the International Council of Ophthalmology Committee for CPD she became increasingly involved in continuing medical education and professional development. For several years in a row, she has been a directive board member of the College of Ophthalmology and the editor in chief of the Portuguese Society of Ophthalmology website. She has been coordinating the Lusophone section of the international program of webinars of ophthalmology of the Pan-American Association of Ophthalmology/International Council of Ophthalmology awarded with the “Gradle Medal of Good Teaching”.
Luz Marina Melo S.
Luz Marina Melo S. received her medical degree from Universidad del Norte in Barranquilla, Colombia. She completed her residency training in Ophthalmology at the Fundación Oftalmológica de Santander-Universidad Industrial de Santander, Bucaramanga, Colombia. She has training in Plastic Ocular Surgery, ASOPRS member, and Fellowship in Anterior Segment. Also special courses in Prevention of Blindness, Diplomate in Teaching for Medical Surgical Specialties from Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia, South America.
She is Coordinator of Fellowship in Anterior Segment at the Clínica Oftalmológica del Caribe, Barranquilla, Colombia and Head of the Anterior Segment Department. She is Professor at the Universidad Simón Bolívar of undergraduate medical students and Professor of residents in training from Universidad del Norte. She is also involved in MATRIX-COFCA, training center for ophthalmic surgery, co-encharged of the virtual simulator Eyesi 3.2, Bioniko artificial eyes and Kitaro dynamic simulator.
Gabriela Palis received her medical degree from Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She completed her residency training in Ophthalmology at the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires Argentina, and her Professorship in
Medicine at Universidad del Salvador.
She is Associate Professor at the Instituto Universitario Escuela de Medicina Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires, and Faculty at the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Unidad Docente Hospitalaria Hospital Italiano.
She is Residency Program Coordinator at the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires Department of Ophthalmology, Chair of the Pan-American Association of Ophthalmology Education Committee, and Editor-in-Chief of the International Council of Ophthalmology Center for Ophthalmic Educators. She received training for virtual tutoring at the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires Virtual Education Committee, and has been director of the virtual course Retinofluoresceinografía. Su interpretación racional” since 2005.
Dr Purvi Bhagat
I have done my schooling in different metro cities of India.
This exposure to varied cultures, educational systems and languages has not only provided interesting experiences but has helped to build my persona. I have always been interested in the field of medicine, but also had a great passion for teaching. So I chose to become an ophthalmologist, cleared my MBBS in 1996, Diploma in 1998 and M.S in 1999, all from the Gujarat University and currently am working as Associate Professor in my parent
Institute, the M & J Western Regional Institute of Ophthalmology which is affiliated to the B. J. Medical College and Civil Hospital, one of Asia’s biggest Hospital run by the Gujarat State government. Apart from my routine work, I like to explore new arenas.
I have to my credit numerous papers, posters, publications and lectures in scientific meets of various levels. I am also associated as reviewer and editorial board member in national and International Journals of repute and have been Principal Investigator in multiple research projects. I am assigned the responsibilities of Principal, School of Optometry at our Institute and Faculty in Medical Education Unit at our College. I have organised two Medical education programmes exclusively for Ophthalmology Teachers, the FIRST of its kind in India. I have had the opportunity to hold various prestigious posts in ophthalmological associations and am also an active member and State Secretary of India’s First ever "Women Ophthalmologists Society". Currently, I am also pursuing my FAIMER Fellowship.
What you will learn
OBJECTIVESBy the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Apply multimedia and adult learning principles when preparing lectures.
- Use different approaches when teaching facts, concepts, procedures, processes and principles.
- Generate knowledge and critical thinking interactions to enhance learning during lectures.
- Use free or low cost software to assist this interactivity.
- "Flip the classroom" by recording and sharing online lectures to make a better use of classroom time.