PracticeLink Magazine

SUM 2018

The career development quarterly for physicians of all specialties, PracticeLink Magazine provides readers with feature articles, compensation stats, helpful job search tips—as well as recruitment ads from organizations across the U.S.

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Page 62 of 87 S UMMER 2018 63 features THE INTERVIEW ISSUE ▲ ▲ ▲ DEBBIE SWANSON I M AGIN e Y ou' R e A B out to M A K e A SP ee C h before a distinguished gathering of professionals. While you're being introduced, you wait nervously— knowing that this introduction will make or break your presentation. Depending on what they hear, audience members will either perk up or tune out. Your curriculum vitae has that same power. It can portray you as a desirable candidate or cause your reader to yawn and flip to the next applicant in the pile. Whereas resumes are typically shorter and used for standard job applications, a C v is required for many fellowships, residencies, research positions, graduate schools and more. It's also the standard job-seeking document for most health care professionals. Keeping an up-to-date version on hand can mean the difference between submitting an application early or scrambling to complete paperwork at the eleventh hour. Part 1: What to include Because it is so comprehensive, a C v is divided into sections. Academic history, work experience and research experience are standard, but other sections may also be included if relevant. Academic sections typically come before professional ones. Information should be presented neatly and YOUR HEALTH CARE CV Your CV creates your first impression with an employer. What does yours say about you? best ^

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