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Get into medical writing with this step by step CV guide
What you’ll learn
What to write about in your medical writing CV
What your medical writing CV should look like
How many pages your medical writing CV should be
Write your new and improved medical writing CV
Access to a computer with Microsoft Word or Google Docs
This step-by-step medical writing CV guide takes you through everything you need to know to create an effective an effective medical writing CV to help you become a medical writer. You will also get guidance on how to create an effective cover letter to go along with your medical writing CV too.The How to create a medical writing CV course features:Lectures less than 3 minutesLifetime accessEasy to contact instructorWonderful communityCV templateCover letter templateThere are 7 sections to the How to create a medical writing CV course:Section 1 – Welcome1. Welcome! Quick start guide 2. What you will learn in this course3. Who is your instructor?4. Awesome benefits of this course5. Lecture pace, transcript, and captions6. How to ask questions7. How to message your instructorSection 2 – CV or resume?1. The difference between a CV and a resume2. Can you create a CV with no experience?3. Do you need a cover letter?4. How many pages should your CV be?5. Do you need a medical writing portfolio?6. What about social media?7. Why your CV is importantSection 3 – Start creating your CV1. Do you need to include a photo on your CV?2. Objective or introduction3. Your name4. Your email address5. Your telephone number6. Your address or location7. Your website or medical writing portfolio8. Your social media linksSection 4 – Make your CV work for you1. Your work experience2. Career breaks3. Your formal education4. Skills and course certificates5. Memberships, volunteering or charity work6. Hobbies or interests7. References8. What to avoid on your CV…Section 5 – The look and feel of your CV1. Upload as a PDF, Word or Google Doc?2. Why headings and dates are important3. Font choice4. Colours5. Bold, italics, and capital letters6. Underlining, and URL links7. Proofread before you print or emailSection 6 – Goody bag1. CV template2. Cover letter template3. 3 places to showcase your CV4. Good luck charmSection 7 – Well done1. Congratulations!2. How to get your certificate3. Remember you have lifetime access4. Please write a review with your feedback
Section 1: Welcome
Lecture 1 Welcome to this course on how to create a medical writing CV
Lecture 2 What you will learn in this medical writing CV course
Lecture 3 Meet your instructor for this medical writing CV course
Lecture 4 Awesome benefits of this medical writing CV course
Lecture 5 Lecture pace, transcript and captions
Lecture 6 How to ask questions
Lecture 7 How to message your instructor
Section 2: Medical writing CV or resume?
Lecture 8 Welcome to section 2: CV or resume?
Lecture 9 The difference between a CV and a resume
Lecture 10 Can you create a CV with no experience?
Lecture 11 Do you need a cover letter?
Lecture 12 How many pages should your CV be?
Lecture 13 Do you need a medical writing portfolio?
Lecture 14 What about social media?
Lecture 15 Why your CV is important
Section 3: Start creating your medical writing CV
Lecture 16 Welcome to section 3: Start creating your medical writing CV
Lecture 17 Do you need a photo on your CV?
Lecture 18 Objective or introduction
Lecture 19 Your name
Lecture 20 Your email address
Lecture 21 Your telephone number
Lecture 22 Your address or location
Lecture 23 Your website or medical writing portfolio
Lecture 24 Your social media links
Section 4: Make your medical writing CV work for you
Lecture 25 Welcome to section 4: Make your medical writing CV work for you
Lecture 26 Your work experience
Lecture 27 Career breaks
Lecture 28 Your formal education
Lecture 29 Skills and course certificates
Lecture 30 Memberships, volunteering or charity work
Lecture 31 Hobbies or interests
Lecture 32 References
Lecture 33 Try to avoid including these…
Section 5: The look and feel of your medical writing CV
Lecture 34 Welcome to section 5: The look and feel of your CV
Lecture 35 Upload as a PDF, Word or Google Doc?
Lecture 36 Why headings and dates are important
Lecture 37 Font choice
Lecture 38 Colours
Lecture 39 Bold, italics, and capital letters
Lecture 40 Underlining, and URL links
Lecture 41 Proofread before you print or email your CV
Section 6: Goody bag
Lecture 42 Welcome to section 6: Goody bag
Lecture 43 CV template
Lecture 44 Cover letter template
Lecture 45 3 places to showcase your medical writing CV
Lecture 46 Good luck charm
Section 7: Well done
Lecture 47 Welcome to section 7: Well done
Lecture 48 Congratulations!
Lecture 49 How to get your certificate
Lecture 50 Remember you have lifetime access
Lecture 51 Please write a review with your feedback
Section 8: Bonus lecture
Lecture 52 Bonus lecture
Anyone looking to become a medical writer,Anyone looking to switch career from a clinical to non-clinical role,Anyone looking to switch from academia to a new career,Anyone who is studying at university or has recently graduated