How to Present at International Conferences

  • How to identify the right conference
  • Planning and preparing content for conferences
  • Strategies for delivering an impressive presentation
  • Tips for effective networking during conferences
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  • About the Speaker

    Gavin Hougham, Ph.D.

    Highly published author, educator, and public speaker with over 150 professional papers and presentations

    • Hougham is a highly published author and researcher with 20+ years of extensive experience in manifold scientific fields such as bioinformatics, health information technology, sociology, and cross-cultural Japanese gerontology.
    • Currently appointed as a Senior Research Scientist at the Center for Home Care Policy & Research at the Visiting Nurse Service, New York, U.S.A, Dr. Hougham has led many senior-level projects at the strategic level in training and development of health outcomes researchers, program evaluators, clinicians, social workers, nurses, and other scientists.
    • To date, Dr. Hougham has 150+ publications to his credit which include research papers, books, book chapters, review articles, and book reviews. He is also an expert editor and reviewer of peer-reviewed journals, grants, and books.
    • Further, Dr. Hougham has won 10+ grants and multiple awards for best scientific poster and oral presentations at conferences.

    Session Agenda

    Academic conferences have long been an effective means of research promotion. They are not only a useful means for researchers to perceive state-of-the-art knowledge from experts in the field but also a great platform to showcase the latest findings and network with research professionals globally. For early-stage researchers, addressing a large audience and presenting their study in an effective and time-bound manner can sometimes be a challenging task. To target the audience effectively and communicate crucial aspects of research work convincingly, researchers must prepare an engaging presentation. We are glad to announce that The Royal Society of Medicine in collaboration with Karger Publishers and Enago will conduct an interactive webinar that will discuss key principles and smart strategies for designing effective research presentations suitable for international conferences. We will also focus on providing effective tips to help researchers identify relevant academic conferences and get the most out of them.

    Researchers will learn:

    • How to identify the right conference
    • Virtual academic conferences
    • Planning and preparing content for conferences
    • How to be a better scientific presenter
    • Strategies for delivering an impressive presentation
    • Tips for effective networking during conferences

    What people have said about previous webinars

    I attended their see the future conference which was 2 day event. They had reputed speakers from the academic sector and a nobel laureate as their speakers who had a lot of valuable information to share. I thank Enago for the opportunity to attend.

    Dr. Paul Lavender

    Working with Enago is a pleasure from start to finish. The webinar was prepared with plenty of notice, well publicized, ran perfectly, and clear participant feedback was provided shortly afterwards. What more can you ask for?

    Dr. Tomas berdych

    Firstly, I regularly attend Enago’s webinars as they are very engaging. I find a lot of things in presented in their webinars to be very practical and useful in my research journey. They could also customize a webinar series for the university I teach. The webinars are helpful to the students in publishing better.

    Prof. Abdul Haaris

    The webinar that I attended on plagiarism and ethics was in depth and at the same time to the point. I got to learn a lot from these webinar and got my question answered. Thanks for this!

    Rupert Walsh

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