A Wonderful Presentation: The Gatekeeper is Dead

This presentation by Cameron Neylon is about using filters in publication and I came across it via a link posted on Fenner’s blog on PLoS One. I must say that although a lot of what it says does not affect me in any direct manner, I feel this is an exquisite presentation. In fact, this may well be the “ideal” scientific presentation. I love the … Continue reading A Wonderful Presentation: The Gatekeeper is Dead

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Junior Doctors’ Symposium: The Abstract

So, at the end of this month, there is going to be a competitive symposium for the junior doctors (Interns, House staffs, Residents) at my medical school. The topic is urrgghhh… OBESITY! Not the most interesting in the world, I am afraid. The subtopics are: Epidemiology of Obesity Pathophysiology of Obesity Assessment of Obesity Medical Management of Obesity Surgical Management of Obesity Now, I figured … Continue reading Junior Doctors’ Symposium: The Abstract

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WAD 2010: A Short History of the World AIDS Day

As a part of my campaign to spread more awareness regarding issues related to HIV/AIDS this month, I am going to write blog posts, create slideshow presentations and upload videos of the presentations I do for people to see. In a 10 episode series, I plan to capture the various aspects of HIV, AIDS and living with the disease. In the first episode, I present … Continue reading WAD 2010: A Short History of the World AIDS Day

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#MedEd Musings #1: How Not to do A Powerpoint Presentation

A wonderfully done powerpoint presentation on how not to do a powerpoint presentation! Done by the comedian Don McMillan, this seems to be quite some time old, but I must say, although technology has improved down the ages, and Microsoft has added more and more bells and whistles to MS-Powerpoint with each new version of MS-Office, the human errors have stuck on more or less … Continue reading #MedEd Musings #1: How Not to do A Powerpoint Presentation

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