Researchers will often need to engage stakeholders in humanitarian health by presenting their research in online or virtual settings. This note covers four key elements to consider when planning your online presentation: Purpose, Content, Audience Journey, and Tools and Tech. It also provides tips and resources to maximise impact of virtual presentations contributed by grantees of Elrha’s Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises programme. Key things to remember: tailor your content to audience needs, make key messages clear from the start, and engage your audience to keep their focus.
This guidance note was authored by Cordelia Lonsdale, Senior Research Impact Advisor, Elrha following an R2HC Peer Learning Webinar. Our thanks to R2HC grantees for contributing ideas, tools and resources to this note, and special thanks to the following for sharing their experiences in the webinar:
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