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Use this e-learning module to help you crush your next hospital presentation!

Rx for a Successful Team Impact Medical Staff Presentation

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Welcome!

Hi everyone! I am so happy you are here! Learn more about my Team Impact story here!

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Objectives

Unit 1

What is Team Impact?

Unit 2

Before the Presentation

Unit 3

Content for Presentation

Unit 4

Practice and Go the Extra Mile!

Learning Assessment

Index

Before we get started, take this pre-test to see what information you recall from the Summit Training!

Pre-test

  • After completing the training module, you will:
    • Be able to list, in 10 minutes, all steps that need to be completed, using the slides, in order to properly pitch to a hospital.
    • State background information and repeat the mission statement of the organization without error.
    • Identify with 100% accuracy where to find answers to the most common questions that medical staff have about Team Impact.
    • Use a presentation platform of your choice to design a personalized slideshow in order to convey the mission of Team Impact without fault to medical staff.
    • Master using a clear voice and convincing tone to present content with the aid of an online presenter tool or peer

Use this interactive course to prepare YOU for presenting to medical staff. Already feel comfortable with some of the information? No worries! :) Skip to the slides that best support your learning! Enjoy!

Objectives

Background on Team Impact - Mission and Values

Unit 1: What is Team Impact?

- Team Impact

"Our mission is to guide children and teams alike in a mutually beneficial relationship of belonging, empowerment, and resilience. Through this program, our vision is to create a world where every child facing serious illness and disability feels supported by something bigger and every team is transformed by a greater purpose. When we’re all in together, we all win together."

  • Who We Are: Team Impact is a non-profit organization that pairs children with chronic illnesses or serious disabilities with college sports teams all across the country.
  • Our Goal: To create a world where every child facing serious illness and disability feels supported by something bigger, and every team is transformed by a greater purpose.
  • Who We Serve: Children with over 250 diagnoses are eligible to be matched.
  • Eligibility Criteria:
    • Children ages 5-16
    • Diagnosed with a serious or chronic illness
    • Could benefit, both socially and psychologically, from the support of a team

THE BASICS: when presenting to medical staff it is important that you are familiar with the background of the organization as a whole

What is Team Impact?

Unit 1

71,175

All Time Student-Athletes

Unit 1

752

All Time Campuses

50

All Time States

2,847

All Time Matches

ALL TIME STATS

What is Team Impact?

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  1. Here's what happens when a family is interested in being a part of Team Impact:
    1. Psychosocial Assessment Conducted - to create an appropriate match for a child
    2. Case Manager Match -
      1. Communicate with families to determine goals for participation
      2. Give guidance to coaches and team in order to provide them with insight in how to best communicate with their match
  2. Once a child is approved this 2 year program involves:
    1. An official signing day with the team
    2. Getting to hang out with the team
    3. Stopping in at team practices
    4. Being a part of game day activities
    5. And more!

Making a Match

Unit 1

Now that you've had a refresher of some of the background information about Team Impact, take a minute to test your knowledge!

Unit 1

5 steps to Consider Before Presenting to the Hospital

Unit 2: Before the Presentation

Before we get into the nitty gritty of prepping the presentation, there are five key steps that must be completed ahead of time! Let's get an overview.

5 Crucial Steps Before You Walk into the Hospital

Before the Presentation

Unit 2

3. Create a Slidedeck to Display Key Talking Points

5. Bring a Treat...and associated materials

4. Familiarize Yourself with the Slideshow Content - Practice Presentations and Notecards

1. Communicate with Team Impact to Connect With Medical Staff at Local Children's Hospital

Before the Presentation

Unit 2

2. Set Up Date and Time to Meet with Medical Staff

See what types of information you should include in your slideshow!

Unit 3: Content for Presentation

At this point, you are probably wondering how you set up the gig to speak with medical staff. Are you a little intimidated? Don't be! Team Impact Executive members will initiate the initial conversation. They will be in charge of:

  • Seeking out a children's hospital near you
  • Finding a contact that is in support of the presentation and willing to communicate with staff to coordinate a visit
  • Making initial connection between you and the medical staff contact
Request appropriate technology for presentation

Unit 3 - Recap of the first two steps!

1. Communicate with Team Impact to Connect With Medical Staff at Local Children's Hospital

2. Set Up Date and Time to Meet with Medical Staff

When it comes to presenting, the media tool is up to you! I would suggest some sort of slide deck. Some suggestions might be PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Canva!

As you already know, we have Fellows strategically placed at each campus in order to build support among the teams on campus. But, for all the teams that we get on board, we are in need of kids in the community who fit the criteria and are interested in the experience. We love partnering with the hospitals so they can be an extra set of eyes and ears when it comes to recruiting kids and families that might be good candidates for Team Impact!

Why are we Presenting?

Presentation Tool and Why

Unit 3

3. Create/Utilize a Slidedeck to Display Key Talking Points

Let your creative side shine! That's not your gig? No worries, you can utilize this basic PowerPoint outline and fill in information relating to your campus matches!

Example

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Share the Role of Medical Staff in this Process for Team Impact

Share What Team Impact is All About - Background

Start With a Story - Engage the Audience - Describe a memory with your own match or a match from another team

Introduce Yourself - Name, grade, University, Major, # of years being a fellow, etc.

Steps 1-4

Content for Presentation

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Example flyer linked here

LEave the staff with Resources, Flyers, Etc. and Thank Them again!

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If you don't know the answer, that's okay! Connect them with the Executive Team and they will get their answer soon! Find some FAQs here.

Example of T-Chart Here

Open up the floor for questions from the Medical Staff

Find more stories here!

Steps 5-8

Unit 3

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End with another story with a match!

End with another story with a match!

Highlight the Reciprocal Benefits of the Relationship

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Test your comprehension of the content to be included in your presentation

Quiz

Test your knowledge from the last few slides!

Unit 3

Practice and Go the Extra Mile!

Unit 4

Before you begin practicing your presentation utilizing your newly created slide deck, I would recommend created a few notecards, outlining your presentation. These should include key points as cues to remember while speaking!

4. Familiarize Yourself With the Slideshow Content - Practice Presentation Using Notecards

Unit 4

Next, practice your presentation in front of an audience! If you don't have access to friends for feedback, there are a few other options:

  • Record yourself presenting, watch, and make modifications
  • Utilize an online presenting tool such as Orai to get feedback!

5. Bring a treat!

Unit 4

Whatever you bring doesn't have to be super fancy, or feed the entire staff. It is a sweet gesture to show that you care! Remember to provide something that is store bought and pre-packaged!

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  • Pro tips:
    • Bring napkins
    • Silverware if needed
    • Plates
    • Etc.

Don't forget to save your receipts to be reimbursed by Team Impact!

Extra Tips and Tricks

  • Arrive early to get set-up
  • Don't forget to take photos during the event so you can highlight it on social media!
    • Use hashtags
      • #TIFELLOW
      • #ALLINALLTOGETHER
  • Leave a thank-you note to show your gratitude
  • Send a follow up email after the visit
    • Ask for feedback to improve presentation
    • Thank them once more for their time

Learning Assessment

Before moving on, pull out a piece of paper and list all of the steps necessary to prepare yourself for a Team Impact presentation to medical staff. You may use the e-learning module for reference. Click to the next slide to see how you did.

  • Communicate with Team Impact Staff to make a connection with medical staff at local children’s hospital
  • Create a Slidedeck of key talking points. Include these components:
    • Introduce self
    • Tell an engaging TI story
    • Share TI background, mission
    • Inform of role of medical professional
    • Highlight the reciprocal benefits
    • Tell another touching story about a match
    • Open up the floor for questions
    • Leave flyers with contact info and important info
    • Thank the staff for their time and interest
  • Practice, practice, practice
    • Make note cards of key talking points
    • Practice the presentation in front of a peer or using Orai
  • Pick up a treat and necessary items such as plates, napkins, silverware
  • Give your presentation with confidence like you practiced using a loud, clear voice.
  • Take pictures
  • Leave a thank you note and Team Impact printed flyers
  • Send a follow up email asking for feedback on improving your presentation and thanking once more
  • Post to social media using #'s

Checklist for TI Presentation

Level 1: Evaluation Survey

With any additional feedback, please email me at: moraw018@umn.edu

Sarah Moraw – Sophomore – Women’s Gymnastics Team Contact Information: Phone: (616) 914-2925 Email: moraw018@umn.edu Team Impact Staff Contacts Alex Givens – Fellowship Manager (617) 455-7540 – agivens@teamimpact.org Kiernan McGeehan – Regional Director of Programs kmcgeehan@teamimpact.org Amy VanRyn – National Director of Programs (413) 478-1519 – avanryn@teamimpact.org

Contact Information and Resources

Our website: https://www.teamimpact.org/

Thanks for following along! Good luck at your hospital visit! :)

Multimedia content is essential in a presentation, to leave everyone in awe. Moreover, it helps you summarize the content and keep your audience entertained.

Multimedia content is essential in a presentation, to leave everyone speechless. In addition, this way you will synthesize the content and keep your audience entertained.

  • Here is a link to the Team Impact website as well. There are live statistics that you can pull

When talking about Team Impact, utilize the slides in Unit 1 to build basic background knowledge. Add information including but not limited to:

  • What Team Impact is
  • What the match situation looks like on your campus (how many you have, how many teams are on the waitlist, etc.)
  • Overall statistics about the program

Background Information

About Team Impact

Have more questions? Talk to the Executive Team to be best prepared for your hospital visit!

  • Remember to speak loudly and clearly
  • Act excited! You are trying to get them to help recruit!!

  • Start by thanking the medical staff for taking time out of their day to listen
  • Tell them a little about yourself - name, grade, major, # of years being a fellow, etc.
  • Give a heads up about the duration of presentation

Introductions

  • Don't have a story of you own? Don't worry! You can use this video below and share Emma's Story

Here is a link to other stories on the TI website!

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Another support system - especially helpful when going through treatments and have littler interaction with kids their age

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Practice comaraderie and promote resilience

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Compete for something bigger than yourself

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Build leadership, friendship, and communication skills

Benefits for Kids

Benefits for College Athletes

Gain emotional intelligence - ie. empathy - going through struggles together

Gain role models to look up to when going through times of struggle