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By David Newble BSc(Hons), MBChB, MD, FRACP, DipEd, Robert Cannon MA(Hons), MEdAdmin, DipTertEd (auth.)

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If the development of a new method is an important part of your work then it must obviously be described in more detail but you must decide whether the main message is to relate to the method or the results subsequently obtained. The results are usually the most important part of the paper. You will inevitably have spent a lot of time getting them together. It is possible that you have already prepared a variety of tables, graphs and charts for the purpose of publication. Do not fall into the trap of thinking that these are suitable for presentation to a live audience.

Ensure that questions are relevant and brief. Do not allow a questioner to make long statements or commence a mini-presentation of their own work. Suggest any significant differences of opinion be explored informally at the subsequent coffee break. Responsibilities to the audience The audience has a right to expect several things of the chairman. They must be able to hear the speaker and see any slides. They must be reassured that you will keep the speakers to time to protect their opportunity to ask questions.

This should be rectified even if the slide is only to consist of a couple of key words. 25 Remember, during the talk the slides must complement your talk and not distract from it. There must always be an accurate match between the content of your slide and what you are saying. If you do not have a slide to illustrate what you are saying, insert a blank slide rather than leaving on an irrelevant slide. This will also avoid the distracting practice of saying 'slide-off' and 'slide-on'. If you intend to use the same slide more than once get multiple copies made to avoid the confusion that will ensue if you ask the projectionist to go back to a previous slide.

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