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  • 1. Refining Your Curriculum Vitae 2 November 2005 Chris Burke
  • 2. Background
    • Role of CV
      • Summary of academic qualifications and progress up the academic ladder
      • Centerpiece of the academic review process
      • Document must be complete
      • Not a 1 page bulleted resume for business school
        • Less is not more
      • When used: elective and residency applications, research opportunities, jobs
        • Be Accurate
  • 3. Style
    • Conservative – gray haired old docs still in charge
      • Colored paper and fancy font a bad idea
        • black and white document
      • Clearly and sensibly labeled, good flow, and easy access to information
      • Order of priority dependant on content
  • 4. Headings
    • Major Categories
      • Demographic Information
      • Personal Details ???
      • Education
      • Citizenship
      • Professional Experience
      • Society Memberships
      • Publications
      • Research
      • Professional Accomplishments/Activities
      • Teaching/Speaking Engagements
  • 5. Education
    • Post Secondary Education
      • Degree
      • Institution
      • Date of Graduation
    • Licensure
  • 6. Professional Experience
    • Relevant positions
    • Administrative positions ok
    • Management experience
  • 7. Publications
    • Bibliography/Publications
      • Peer-reviewed
        • Key to being hired
        • Submitted for publication
          • Don’t include which journal it was submitted to
      • Format
      • Non-peer reviewed
      • Abstracts
        • Limit to 2 years once peer reviewed section substantial
      • Book Chapters
      • Academic Presentations
  • 8. Research Support
    • Research Interests and Support
      • Positioning depends on level of activity and interest
        • Concise descriptions rather than project titles – general direction good; specifics will come in publications section
      • If specific projects, list dates, amount of support/grant, PI, other relevant details
      • Current vs. total support
        • Early in career, more complete funding history; later, only current support
  • 9. Professional Accomplishments
    • Professional Accomplishments
      • Honors and awards in academia
      • Volunteer work related to expertise
      • University and Public Service
    • Professional Activities
      • Contributions to your university and wider medical profession
        • Level of involvement – committees, task forces, board member, etc
        • Peer reviewer, ad hoc service as grant reviewer, etc
  • 10. Teaching
    • Teaching
      • Also leadership, design, development
      • Tutoring
    • Invited Speaking Engagements
      • Reputation outside your university – critical to advancement in academic medicine
      • Not to be confused with presentations of accepted projects
  • 11. What Not to Include
    • Publications Section
      • Manuscript in Preparation
      • Submitted for publication is OK
    • Teaching Section
      • Students who followed you on rounds
      • Other minor engagements
    • Personal Information
  • 12. Closing Thoughts
    • Keep it updated and available
    • Updated NIH style Biosketch
    • Consult other Physicians/Mentors as needed
    • Tailor it to the specific position
    • Order of Importance
    • Formatting, Spelling
  • 13. References
    • Patel, et al. Spine. 2003 Apr 1;28(7):632-36
    • Saltman. Aust Fam Physician. 1995 Feb;24(2):196-9
    • Barrett. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 2002;34:362–365
  • 14. Questions?

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