Impactful Presentations

February 29, 2024 6:00 PM (EST) - 7:00 PM (EST)

The Office of Learner Affairs is hosting a workshop on Impactful Presentations led by Dr. Sarah Kim. Join us to learn about the proper techniques and skills to create meaningful and powerful presentations. Please note that the Pre-Workshop video below is very brief and optional to complete.

Workshop: Impactful Presentations
Date: Thursday, February 29, 2024
Time: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm (EST)

Passcode: 382619

As a result of participating in this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Examine and explore the process of moving from content to meaning making with an audience from the perspective of relationships.
  2. Integrate the essential design components in the art of making an impact.
  3. Examine and explore the technological interface and tools available in presentation design.
  4. Investigate and determine the skills that will improve and clarify your style as a presenter.

Optional pre-workshop prep video


Dr. Sarah Kim is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Toronto, serving as the Health Humanities Theme Lead for the Temerty Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. She heads the Program in Health, Arts & Humanities, contributing additionally as Dance Artist-in-Residence. Dr. Kim has focused practices in Narrative Medicine, Internal Family Systems Psychotherapy and Sports & Exercise Medicine. Dr. Kim is the former Chief Medical Officer for Canada Basketball’s Women’s Elite Program with extensive field experience in event coverage, having travelled internationally for ten years representing Canada with the National Women’s Basketball Teams. Within her medical and teaching practice, Sarah integrates the arts and humanities, mindfulness meditation and movement education as generative components of resiliency and compassion-based care. Her investigations examine the relationship between high performance and historical ideas around the body, exploring embedded hierarchies and the intersection of humanness within industrialized systems. As a teacher, Sarah employs the arts a means of transformative analysis in the deconstruction and reconstruction of professional identity. Her method encourages a non-intrusive approach, inviting dialogue and positive affirmation of the full spectrum of the human experience that support the development of a well and resilient healthcare force; the foundation of a robust and compassionate healthcare system.

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