Curriculum Vitae

Your CV introduces you to potential emergency medicine employers. A well-written, thoughtfully composed CV implies a professional who cares about this or her work. On the other hand, a grammatically incorrect, poorly written CV implies that an individual does not pay attention to detail. It is exceedingly helpful to have an outstanding personal recommendation from an individual whose opinion the individual(s) making the hiring decision respects. However, not everyone has this luxury, so your CV serves as your presentation to the individual(s) responsible for hiring. Even when there is a personal communication, a CV will still be expected. Therefore, it should represent you in the best possible manner, emphasizing your strengths while being accurate and truthful.  (excerpt from the EMRA Career Planning Guide)

 

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Writing your CV

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