One challenge encountered by all statistical consultants and collaborators is effectively reporting results from a statistical analysis to investigators from other fields. When reporting, whether it be in a journal article or a conference presentation, it is critical to convey results in a way that is going to be most meaningful to the researchers on the receiving end of the statistical information. In this session, accomplished statistical consultants with years of collaboration experience will discuss how to effectively report results from various types of advanced statistical analysis (mixed effects models, logistic regression, factor analysis, ….). In their discussions, they will detail the specific scenarios under which they recommend certain statistics as well as the reasons why they would choose to report certain statistics. This session is timely, given the discussions in recent years regarding going away from p-value reporting. The reporting techniques described by the panelists in this session will prove invaluable to statistical consultants and collaborators in their work with researchers from other fields.