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Educational Utilization of Microsoft Powerpoint for Oral and Maxillofacial Cancer Presentations
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 Title & Authors
Educational Utilization of Microsoft Powerpoint for Oral and Maxillofacial Cancer Presentations
Carvalho, Francisco Samuel Rodrigues; Chaves, Filipe Nobre; Soares, Eduardo Costa Studart; Pereira, Karuza Maria Alves; Ribeiro, Thyciana Rodrigues; Fonteles, Cristiane Sa Roriz; Costa, Fabio Wildson Gurgel;
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 Abstract
Electronic presentations have become useful tools for surgeons, other clinicians and patients, facilitating medical and legal support and scientific research. Microsoft(R) PowerPoint is by far and away the most commonly used computer-based presentation package. Setting up surgical clinical cases with PowerPoint makes it easy to register and follow patients for the purpose of discussion of treatment plan or scientific presentations. It facilitates communication between professionals, supervising clinical cases and teaching. It is ofter useful to create a template to standardize the presentation, offered by the software through the slide master. The purpose of this paper was to show a simple and practical method for creating a Microsoft(R) PowerPoint template for use in presentations comcerning oral and maxillofacial cancer.
 Keywords
PowerPoint presentations;audiovisual aids;computer-assisted learning;oral cancer;
 Language
English
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