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Nrs 493 V Capstone Project Change Proposal Plan Responses

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Cara Harris
While making presentations may seem to be a straightforward thing, in many cases, it
is usually complicated as one usually has to make sense while also ensuring that the audience
can understand the presentation. It is important to be technical enough to make a serious
presentation but be simple enough. Hence, to ensure that people understand your
presentations, one strategy may be to always know the audience and their level of education.
When dealing with nurses, the vocabulary should be nurse-centered. The wording of the
presentation should be understandable to nurses. Also, you should arrange the points
logically, starting from the simple concepts to the more complex ones (Moulton, Türkay &
Kosslyn, 2017). For instance, you can explain the vocabulary to enable people to know what
you mean when the word is used. Also, starting with the simple concepts enables presenters
to create connections that their audience can understand and build not complex concepts from
the simple ones.
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Moulton, S. T., Türkay, S., & Kosslyn, S. M. (2017). Does a presentation's medium affect its
message? PowerPoint, Prezi, and oral presentations. PloS one, 12(7), e0178774.
Tamara Guitterez
Presentations indeed allow professionals to propose and get feedback from their peers.
Therefore, they should be fluent and understandable. Your ability to lead fruitful discussions
is very important in ensuring that the audience is engaged. While it helps you get feedback
from them, it also enables them to understand the presentation and also contribute to it. It is
important to be audible and use vocabulary that is understandable to the audience to enable
them to be interactive. Your fear when making presentations may involve anxiety. In many

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Running head: RESPONSES 1 Responses Name Institution RESPONSES 2 Responses DQ 1 Cara Harris While making presentations may seem to be a straightforward thing, in many cases, it is usually complicated as one usually has to make sense while also ensuring that the audience can understand the presentation. It is important to be technical enough to make a serious presentation but be simple enough. Hence, to ensure that people understand your presentations, one strategy may be to always know the audience and their level of education. When dealing with nurses, the vocabulary should be nurse-centered. The wording of the presentation should be understandable to nurses. Also, you should arrange the points logically, starting from the simple concepts to the more complex ones (Moulton, Türkay & Kosslyn, 2017). For instance, you can explain the vocabulary to enable people to know what you mean when the word is used. Also, starting with the simple concepts enables presenters to create connections that their audience can understand and build not complex concepts from the simple ones. Reference Moulton, S. T., Türkay, S., & Kosslyn, S. M. (2017). Does a presentation's medium affect its message? PowerPoint, Prezi, and oral presentations. PloS one, 12(7), e0178774. Tamara Guitterez Presentations indeed allow professionals to propose and get feedback from their peers. Therefore, they should be fluent and understandable. Your ability to lead fruitful discussions is very important in ensu ...
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