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How to present a curriculum vitae.

British journal of hospital medicine, vol. 34, issue 4 (1985) pp. 237-239

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Abstract

At times, as for example when candlelight flickers on bottle and glasses, it is not unpleasant to look into a pair of warm and friendly eyes and respond to the words "Tell me about yourself." Completing a curriculum vitae (CV), however, is a less attractive proposition, especially when applying for an appointment. Even those who are fond of talking about themselves can find it difficult. Some find it embarrassing. Some, judging from the poorly presented data which frequently accompany applications even for senior posts, are unaware of the important part the CV plays in the selection process.

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  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-0022143888
  • ISSN: 00071064 (ISSN)
  • PMID: 4092136
  • SGR: 0022143888
  • PUI: 16668926

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  • J Ellis

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