A good presentation is unique to the audience and circumstances under which it is given.  Since 1996, I've been fortunate to present presentations like the ones below to a wide variety of audiences, including public safety. I can honestly say that even after 20 years, I still learn as much from the audience as I impart to them.

When I deliver a presentation, I hope that I am sparking each person's curiosity and inspiring them to act in some way that benefits their own lives, and the lives around them.

The key to a good presentation is understanding that when you provide good information that benefits the audience, it doesn't matter what kind of barriers exist. They can be overcome.

My son Jonathan Watson at 6 years old, delivering a treat to our first Dalmatian, Sampson Seagrave, circa 1996.

General and Keynote Presentations

Did Anybody Die Today?
Surviving Your Career
Quit Whining and Solve the Problem
There are Only Four Answers
The Wisdom of NASCAR

Public Safety & Technology

Data Visualization: Putting Your NEMSIS Data to Work
EPCR Software: How to Select and Implement A Working Solution
The High Cost of Bad Decisions
Going High Tech on a Low Budget
Future Tech for Fire & EMS Services
You're Online: What's Next?

Education & Management Presentations

An Ethical Journey in Emergency Medical Services
Be a PEST:  Getting the Help You Need
Damn Lies & Statistics:  Data Analysis for People who Hate Math
The ABC's of SOPs: Writing Effective Policy
Quality in the Classroom
Applying to Emergency Management Principles to Your Organization
Turning Life Upside Down:  Change in Public Safety Organizations
Infection Control for Human Resources & Supervisory Personnel
Engage, Expand, Encourage: Technology in the Classroom

EMS Clinical Topics

EMS Safety:  More than Just Bloodborne Pathogens
Rapid Sequence Intubation
Falls in the Elderly
Interacting with the Elderly
Create a Smiling Pediatric Patient
Customer Service in EMS
Interfacility Transport of the Trauma Patient
Interfacility Transport of the Cardiac Patient
Pulse Oximetry and Capnography: Beyond the Numbers
Blow-by-Blow: The Injuries of Domestic Violence
Successful Documentation for EMS Providers
Infection Control for Emergency Responders