Summary Writer: Alexandra Bolger
Script Writer: James Edwards
Editor: James Edwards
Interviewee: James Edwards
Dr James Edwards talks about the common pitfalls Junior Medical Officers make when submitting their CVs and how to avoid them. As the medical field becomes increasingly competitive, this video podcast and summary is useful for junior doctors and medical students alike, with important take home messages about how to do yourself justice on your CV.
With Dr James Edwards, Acting Director, Senior Staff Specialist, Emergency Department, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Chair of the NSW Prevocational Training Council, Health Education and Training Institute, Clinical Director, Demand Management Unit, Sydney Local Health District, NSW, Australia
The curriculum vitae (CV) is your first impression when seeking a new job. Within the medical field, all jobs from junior to consultant positions are extremely competitive. Therefore, you need to make sure that your CV is put into the reviewers’ “Yes” pile.
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