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OF A CURRICULUM VITA
-Refer to the source of the job advertisement to which you are
- Define career objectives, areas of expertise and training, and any
particular skill/attribute you have to make you well-qualified for the
-Outline personal background (briefly) and interests/hobbies.
-Include telephone/cell numbers where you may by reaches and the
best time to call.
-Address the letter to a specific individual, if possible.
The neatness, clarity, and completeness of your CV are seen as a
reflective of the detail and care with which you practice medicine.
Name: Should be at the top of the page
Contact Information: Home address and telephone/cell numbers,
work number/pager (optional)/email
Education: List chronologically from most recent to leas. Dates on the
left. Institution, degrees, residencies, and fellowships on the right.
Licensure and Certification:
-All states in which you have received a license. Indicate any inactive
-American Specialty Board Status- include dates
-Licensing exams- dates and type
Work Experience: List chronologically from most recent to least.
Dates on the left. Employers, positions, and special responsibilities on
the right. Include non- medical employment of prior career if
Membership and Organizations:
-National, state, local medical societies
Hospital Affiliations and Appointments:
Awards and Honors:
-Scholarships and Grants
Publications and Presentations:
-List of article and abstract published
-List of papers presented
-Date of birth
-Place of birth
-Children and their ages
-Interests - Important particularly if it is relative to geographic area,
i.e., hunting, canoeing, backpacking (rural); concerts, museums, opera
-Foreign languages and level of fluency
References: Either list names and contact information or state that
references are available on request.
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