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MTG8 The VeriQ system for assessing graft flow during coronary artery bypass graft surgery: slide set

This slide set and notes for presenters provides a framework for discussing the NICE guidance with a variety of audiences and can assist in local dissemination of the guidance. The presentation includes a ‘questions for discussion’ slide which can be used to increase participation and interaction with an audience. The slide set can also be tailored for local audiences and circumstances.

Please note, this slide set contains an internal hyperlink to the studies used in developing the guidance. This link works in slide set mode, by left clicking the mouse when the mouse has turned to a hand (when over the link), or when in editing mode, right click the mouse and select open link. Once you have returned to the main slide set after visiting the reference page continue to move through the slides in the normal manner. Please see the notes of slide 1 for further details.

How to use NICE slide sets

Planning your presentation

  • Agree the objectives of the session, based on your target audience.
  • Consider how much time you have available.
  • Choose your slides – you can edit this slide set and incorporate slides from other presentations.
  • Leave enough time for questions.
  • Make sure you have copies of the NICE guidance recommendations available.  
  • Check the guidance, think of questions participants might raise and where you can get the answers from.

Disclaimer

This resource is an implementation tool and should be used alongside the published guidance. The information does not supersede or replace the guidance itself.

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This page was last updated: 15 November 2011

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