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Date Developed: 1/26/2010. Source: National Cancer Institute. Presenter(s): David Nilson, MD, MPH; Brad Hesse, PhD. Type: Video. Level: Advanced. Length: 60 minutes.
This seminar gives an overview of the fundamentals of communication in relation to presenting data, including how to select statistics, facts and figures to include. The presenters also show how visual aids can be used effectively, and discuss issues to consider when presenting sensitive data.
• Understand the fundamentals of communication in relations to presenting data.
• List general considerations when selecting and presenting data.
• Describe visual and other modes for presenting data in engaging and effective ways.
• Discuss a practical framework on how to present data to lay audiences.
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