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Resume Writing Services for Doctors

First, it was struggling with getting into medical, then studying hard semester after semester, coming out with flying colors.  And here you are ready to fight a fresh battle you know very little about. Finding an employment. What worries doctors who’ve recently passed out or are looking for a shift is making a CV.

In this highly competitive job market no matter which institute a doctor has passed out from or how well she/he has scored, if doctor’s CV does not present her well, their career may be in jeopardy.

For a doctor looking for a suitable employment, CV acts as his/her gate pass. CV establishes an aspiring employee’s first contact with his/her potential employer.  Therefore it has to create a good impression about the applicant in the mind of the recruiter. If for a doctor the CV can do it, it will stand him in good stead in the long run. But if it reads weak and mediocre, or is made casually, all the years spent studying to become a doctor will stare in your face.

For those who do not know where to begin, seek the help of experts who make CVs for doctors.

The objective of a doctor’s CV is to present and highlight relevant information about you, your skills, qualifications, and experience to a prospective employer in the best light. A good CV helps to create a picture of the candidate in the mind of a recruiter and decide in favor of you. Essentially it is nothing but a personalized response from you to a vacancy that you are interested in applying for. Hence it is important that you create a good resume, keep it up-to-date so that it can be presented at the shortest notice, and let it be flexible to an extent.

As technology is advancing most jobs are processed via the internet. It is an accepted fact these days that selection process for most medical posts is being carried out using online application forms. However, this does not in any way reduce the role and importance of curriculum vitae (CV). It is still used by hospitals and companies having vacancies for doctors to shortlist candidates. CV again plays an important role at the time of interview. Hence it is important that you do not compromise when it comes to standard of your CV.

  • Content & Columns for Doctors’ CV
  • There are some specific tips to keep in mind while Doctors make their CV.
  • Keep Experience & Accomplishments Separate

A doctor should ensure that she/he projects experience and achievements as separate headings. This will make it easy for the potential employer to clearly and quickly evaluate your profile. A professional sequence to present yourself is; Academic qualifications, On-job or clinical experience, Non-clinical skills and reference. Your CV should clearly highlight your career history, clinical skills, and relevant experience; you should also mention development courses and conferences that you may have attended during the course of pursuing studies or on the job.

Research experience should also have a prominent position in a doctor’s CV. You should mention the topic of research, time spent, location, supervisor, the source of funding, the objective behind the research, your role and the final outcome.

If you have participated in a clinical audit you should highlight it in the CV. Include this experience with details like month or year commenced and completed the topic of clinical audit, place where it was carried out, (name of institution etc.), how you contributed, along with the guidelines within which clinical audit was carried out.

Presented or Published Papers:

In the course of research or while carrying out clinical audits if doctors have presented or submitted papers for publication they should mention it in the CV. They should mention the topic on which papers were submitted, the name of the journal they were published in, and date of publication.

Participated in Teaching? Include in your CV:

If you have ever participated in teaching programs do not forget to include it in the CV as it is bound to add strength to CV. Mention which semester or batch you taught, topic, methods you employed for teaching and any other aspect that needs to be highlighted.

IT Skills:

Increasing number of companies in healthcare industry want to employ doctors who are technology savvy and a number of things happening or supported by technology are rising rapidly and companies need doctors who can take control of the situation quickly and do not panic when a change occurs.

The column of personal interest should not be taken casually or be treated as something irrelevant because it helps to project your approach to life. Your interests other than your profession project your beliefs as a person and help to paint a picture of you in the mind of the recruiter.

Make a CV that sounds crisp & to-the-point so that you can secure a place at the interview in the institution of your choice.


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Role of Technological Advancements in Transforming Healthcare Industry

Healthcare industry has come a long way in India as well as globally. It is comparable to what it looked and did till a few a decades ago.  The industry was primarily about clinics, hospitals, chemist shops and pathology labs. Healthcare was about a traditional set up with manual records of patients and long unending queues. There were private nursing homes too, but they came for a cost. And advanced treatments were generally not within the reach of a common man.

Shift from Traditional Set-Up

We know how advent of internet and technology changed the world and how transformed every aspect of our life. It transformed healthcare industry too. Technology turned around the healthcare industry to become what it is today.

Technology solutions in the healthcare industry are helping the healthcare and medical industry to improve in many ways. Technology plays a very crucial role in reforming medical care by bringing down costs, the accuracy that technology has made possible in performing tests, precision in diagnoses and prescribing treatment has gone to minimize instances of duplicate tests or performing the same procedures again that was a common scenario earlier. Technology has rendered many traditional systems healthcare industry followed until a few years ago, redundant.

Primary changes that digitalization brought started with maintaining of patients and stock records on computer. But this was soon to change as technology was ready with more to offer to take healthcare industry on a different level.

Technology Digitalized Diagnostic & Therapeutic Equipment

Rapidly transforming medical technology and availability of diagnostic and therapeutic equipment supported by technology changed practice patterns of doctors, revolutionizing and changing the face of healthcare industry across the world.

Technology Digitalized Doctor-Patient Interaction

If you observe you will notice that digital transformation has changed the way doctors and patients interact. Integration of IT with network is a new phenomenon where digital and human expertise combines to examine and diagnose health condition among patients. These are big feats for healthcare industry.

With time technology is becoming more advanced, affordable, faster, and has gone to serve multiple purposes impacting the health care segment like never before; rom diagnostics to prevention to the management of chronic conditions technology is used at every step.

Systems are advancing and moving away from the traditional office or hospital setting towards creating automated and home environment by introducing self-monitoring tools for patients.

Technology Created Apps and Tools to Self-Monitor Health

It is primarily our genes that are responsible for our health; but we know that our behavior also impacts our health in a big way. And if we can identify our bad-for-health behavior and change it, it can improve our health, and reduce onset of chronic conditions. Technological innovations are helping to develop new methods to tap into such behavior. For examples devices and apps are available that buzz when there is a rise in blood sugar or a little before; likewise for blood pressure, hydration level, bad posture, etc. Without technology this cannot be imagined.

Technology & Healthcare Merged to Offer Better Patient Care

The pace and ease with which technology and healthcare are synching and merging, patient care is going to improve and become much more efficient. Because of technological intervention the networking and sharing of information amid doctors working on the patient is taking big leaps, leading to more accurate diagnoses and treatment.

With help of technology, now doctors are able to electronically store medical images, patient’s record of every visit that they can easily refer to and access, if they want to compare it with previous images. Technology also enables doctors to share their patient’s complete medical record with other consultants and specialists for better diagnosis and treatment.

Technology Introduced Concepts like Tele Consultancy, Telemedicine

Technology has also introduced concepts like Tele Consultancy, Telemedicine, HIS, Electronic Health Records and other such web-based services; a convenience that has witnessed a steep increase in the number of digital patients. More and more corporates are deploying a robust IT infrastructure to avail of this technology to facilitate and extend medical benefits to the employees.

Technology/IT has augmented growth in data, encouraged practice of storing health information and medical records electronically. IT has also eased collaboration vis-à-vis data exchange, workflows and mobility.

Future of Healthcare & Technology Combination Looking Up!

Presently IT in healthcare is going through a phase where a lot is being done to improve financial management of technological evolution. The shift to mobile devices, wireless technology and cloud computing is also visible which will bring down system costs further along with improving workflows.

A lot to look forward to, considering Indian healthcare sector is all set to grow in the years to come!


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