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Abstract Architecture



Appeal to an audience, present information from your hard working career as a student or professional so your reputation is a competitive advantage.  Engaging presentations require clear content, pitch, pacing and focus.  Adhering to presentation guidelines enables efficient and effective reporting for opportunities to interchange ideas and information.


Guidelines vary in different sectors and related fields with potential grant funders and the community.  The American Psychological Association (APA) style and International guidelines offer recommendations to narrow scope and strategy. 


Medical Presentations can promote originality by proofreading to assist with technical improvements of your work. 

Whether you are needing help in translational or evidence-based healthcare research, we can competently achieve adherence to guidelines for submissions. 


We understand the importance of industry preference.  Presentations can require adherence to different guidelines and legal standards in academic, scientific and business endeavours.


We provide support by knowing the industry standards to communicate our approach to formatting with the "Steps of Presentation Making" and "Stages in Presentation Building."  

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Medical Presentations has competitive advantage.

Developing credible, authoritative and reliable presentations.


Support for Making a Professional Presentation 

Exemplification of Slide Style

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Ethical and Legal Standards

To operate fairly and competitively we focus on providing high standard presentation of work without statements of false or misleading claims.


There are 3 main elements requiring diligence to ensure adherence to legal requirements: 

- content

- visual images and data

- references and citations.

Content Summary of Completed Work 


With our work we offer a section of rationale in the following areas: 

- types of journal articles used

- marketing attributes

- ethical reporting

- honest reporting of statistics and observations.

Respectful Representation With Visual Images and Data

We provide research services and correct documentation of: 

- images requiring authorisation

- quality resolution of images

- adapted work in tables, charts or graphs

- identification of work in images

- referencing.

About the Slides
Title Page 


Include the same information as on an American Psychological Association (APA) style paper with Good Practice for Conference Abstracts and Presentation (GPCAP) such as: 

- Title is same as abstract

- Study identifiers (trial registration number)

- Listing of authors on slides is the same as that on the abstract 

- Presenting author/s with main speaker first (qualification title/s optional)

- Presenting author acknowledged in written formatting (name, photo, qualification title, institutional affiliation and work role)

Slide Deck


All slides are adjusted to adhere to scientific, business and good practice guidelines. 

For a 20-25 minute presentation, approximately 10 slides is adequate.

Presenter slide

Hypothesis slide

Research plan slides

Concluding slide

Disclosure slide/s (presenter disclosure and financial interests/commercial support disclosure)

Affiliate and Partner slide

Funding Source slide

Subsequent Slides


Format that is appropriate in healthcare presentations include:

  • clear fonts

  • headings or subtitles (36 to 32 font size)

  • body text (18 to 28 font size)

  • aim for 5-6 lines of text per slide

  • personal pronouns and active voice use

  • sentence fragments

  • figure (image). Explanatory caption describing the image (include citation)

  • hyperlink images to original source (easy to read colour).

  • use of graphs (rather than tables)

  • allocation of entire slide for specific and important messages, quotes, diagrams/charts and images

  • each slide complements 1-2 minutes of talking.

Specifications Aspects of Publication


Author identification of contribution to the study, research and to the development of the presentation.

Any discrepancy in conclusive research findings in the time between abstract submission and presentation.

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