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What are the key things the resume of a Psychiatrist must reflect?

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RE: What are the key things the resume of a Psychiatrist must reflect?

Indumathi  Selvaraj
Indumathi Selvaraj
Verified Career Expert
Applied Psychologist And Career Counselor
  • Bangalore

Hello Dear Friend, Thank you for reaching CareerGuide.com Resumes is very important for any professional while applying for a job. Good to know that you have a given a thought about your resume should look like. I would definitely like to help you. You may be knowing what Bio Data, Resume and CV refers but still you have doubts about how do they differ and What key things your resume should look like. I would first help you to Identify them distinuishably. Below are my thoughts and Suggestions: alt=Psychiatrist

Biodata: Biodata is a commonly used psychology term for biographical data. biodata surveys are in the form of multiple choice questions.

  • In India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, a biodata is essentially as resume plus physical attributes such as Height, Weight, Hair, Skin, color and a photo.
  • An Application form is a form created by the employer to collect information from Job applicants. It may include much of the same information as a resume but it is Organised for the convenience of the employer. A CV is a list of one's professional and educational history and tends to focus on one area of expertise, It's commonly used by authors, researchers, Speakers, Professors and Other experts in a particular field.
  • A Cv is the norm in Europe as well as in countries with which it traditionally has cultural ties. In keeping with the latin meaning (Roughly equivalent to course of life), the phrase usually refers to the short account of a person's career and qualification that is prepared when applying for a position.
  • It thus provide the occasion to dwelve more deeply into an applicants educational, professional and personal details. And this explains why in the USA doctors, scientists and academices also use Cv's
  • 3. Resumes:

    • Resumes tell the employer about your experiences, Skills and work history. Use your resumes to highlilght items that indicate you are a good worker, are qualified for the position and bring desirable skills to the job. If you are a student and have little or no previous job experiences, enhance infromation about your school and community activities.
    • when you are writing a resume for position that involves healthcare, especially mental health, you nee to be very careful about portraying your experiences, Qualification and expertise.
    • Your Experiences is what you are what matters the most because you will need to deal with someone's most inner emotions and problems whihc is why it is important that your highlight your best qualities.If you require furthermore information, you can reach us through CareerGuide.com.

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    RE: What are the key things the resume of a Psychiatrist must reflect?

    Meghna Mukherjee
    Meghna Mukherjee
    Verified Career Expert
    Counselor at Adaptive Minds
    • Mumbai

    Hi There,

    A very interesting and important question.

    Please note that a Resume is a reflection about you as a professional.
    So all important aspects and the one that would stand out or make you unique should be mentioned in your resume.

    As such a Psychiatrists resume should have mentions about:

    • Number of cases successfully dealt with
    • Counseling or therapies well known and used
    • A Unique case dealt with successfully
    • Workshops conducted and attended
    • Submitting of Research papers
    • Being associated with different professional and working as a team

    Hope this helps.

    Wish you good luck...

    RE: What are the key things the resume of a Psychiatrist must reflect?

    Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
    Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
    Verified Career Expert
    Consulting Psychologist
    • Delhi

    Dear Aspirant,

    Thanks for writing to us!

    Two of our colleagues have answered your query well. Let me add my perspective that may be helpful for you.

    As explained by one of my colleague, biodata, resume and CV are different. You may want to prepare CV rather than resume. Biodata is used specifically for matrimonial purpose or for giving brief professional information to seminar, publisher, or professional associations. In other word, biodata is professional profile.

    Resume is a brief description of your professional history. Usually used by professionals for sharing with other professionals.

    CV is ideal for detailed description of educational, professional achievement and references. CV is usually shared with employers.

    I am providing possible content for both resume and CV considering your profession.

    Resume:
    Address and contact number
    Personal details
    Educational qualification
    Work experience
    Publications

    Curriculum Vitae:
    Name and address with contact detail
    Personal details (date of birth, languages known, hobbies etc)
    Career objective
    Expert area/ specialization
    Educational qualification
    Professional experience ( work experience)
    Professional membership
    Publications
    Seminar/ conferences attended
    Achievements( Awards/fellowships)
    Professional References(any two references of people who know you professionally and can provide information about you)

    Hope this information is useful! If you still have queries, feel free to write back to us.

    Best Wishes,
    Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD

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