This past Saturday I gave a talk at the ACP of Michigan on SGLT2 inhibitors.
The talk went well, except my HDMI to thunderbolt converter failed in a big way and I had to export the presentation to Powerpoint and run it off a Windows Machine. Yuck.
I used visual abstracts from EMPA-REG and CANVAS as a significant part of the presentation. This segment demonstrates how I used them. What killed me was the cool animation, where the third panel flips to reveal the renal outcomes, was handled with complete incompetence by PowerPoint. Otherwise PowerPoint did a pretty good job displaying my slide, but botching my favorite animation in the entire presentation is bordering on unforgivable.
Here are the two visual abstracts in question: