Curriculum Vitae and Rsum Writing Megan D. Pendley,

Curriculum Vitae and Rsum Writing Megan D. Pendley,

Curriculum Vitae and Rsum Writing Megan D. Pendley, RPh, PharmD [email protected] 1 Rsum vs. Curriculum vitae Rsum Curriculum vitae Customized for the position of interest Includes career objectives Typically limited to 1-2

pages Selective rather than comprehensive Meant to be scanned quickly Comprehensive summary of professional life Longer and more detailed (no page limit) Meant to be a thorough record http://www.ashp.org/menu/PracticePolicy/ResourceCenters/Residency/ General-Information/CurriculumVitae.aspx 2 CV Core Components

Personal contact information Education (both earned and anticipated) Work experience Licensure and certifications IPPE/APPE rotations Presentations and publications Honors and awards Membership in organizations (offices held)

Professional and community service http://www.ashp.org/menu/PracticePolicy/ResourceCenters/Residency/ General-Information/CurriculumVitae.aspx 3 Formatting Tips Build content into a table Use serif fonts (10, 11, or 12-point) -1 inch margins Create a header with your name, page number, and revision date

Reverse chronological order is most commonly used 4 The Ever-Evolving CV Your CV should be a dynamic document Content and emphasis will be refined over time 5 RPD/Employers View Content Leadership Professional involvement Research/presentation experience Rotation experience

Appearance Formatting Written communication skills 6 The Dos and Donts CV Dos CV Donts

Focus on the professional Be honest Highlight the positives Describe offices held or professional/community service activities Stay up-to-date Grammar/spelling count! Identify preceptors and supervisors by title Use rsum or business paper http://www.ashp.org/menu/PracticePolicy/ResourceCenters/Residency/

General-Information/CurriculumVitae.aspx Include personal biographical information Insert a photograph Include information that predates pharmacy school (except for education or unique achievements) Use colored (or scented) paper Include References available upon request

7 Rule of Thumb Do not include anything on your CV that you would not want to discuss on your interview! 8 Letter of Intent Intended to define: The position/program to which you are applying Why the program appeals to you Special interests or skills that make you a good candidate Career objectives Should follow the same format/style of the

CV http://www.ashp.org/menu/PracticePolicy/ResourceCenters/Residency/ General-Information/CurriculumVitae.aspx 9 CV Sample EDUCATION AND TRAINING PGY1 Community Pharmacy Resident UKCOP Lexington, KY 2013-2014 PharmD May 2013 UKCOP Lexington, KY BSBio, cum laude, GPA 3.45 May 2009

UK Lexington, KY BS in Spanish, honors, cum laude May 2009 UK Lexington, KY CV Sample EDUCATION AND TRAINING PGY1 Community Pharmacy Resident UKCOP Lexington, KY 2013-2014 PharmD May 2013 UKCOP Lexington, KY BSBio, cum laude, GPA 3.45 May 2009

UK Lexington, KY BS in Spanish, honors, cum laude May 2009 UK Lexington, KY CV Sample EDUCATION AND TRAINING PGY1 Community Pharmacy Resident 2013-2014 University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Lexington, KY Doctor of Pharmacy May 2013 University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Lexington, KY Bachelor of Science in Biology, cum laude May 2009 University of Kentucky Lexington, KY Bachelor of Science in Spanish, Departmental honors, cum laude May 2009

University of Kentucky Lexington, KY CV Sample EDUCATION AND TRAINING PGY1 Community Pharmacy Resident 2013-2014 University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Lexington, KY Doctor of Pharmacy May 2013 University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Lexington, KY Bachelor of Science in Biology, cum laude May 2009 University of Kentucky Lexington, KY Bachelor of Science in Spanish, Departmental honors, cum laude May 2009 University of Kentucky Lexington, KY

CV Sample POSTER PRESENTATIONS Local April 2014 Rho Chi Research Day, Lexington, KY. Pendley M, Nau D, Freeman P, Hanna C, Divine H. Impact of a community pharmacist toolkit on high-risk medication use in the elderly. National March 2014 American Pharmacists Association, Orlando, FL. Pendley M, Nau D, Freeman P, Hanna C, Divine H. Impact of a community pharmacist toolkit on high-risk medication use in the elderly. GRANTS/CONTRACTS APhA Foundation. Impact of a Community Pharmacist Toolkit on High Risk Medication Use in the Elderly. PI: Megan Pendley (resident) $1000, 2014 ABSTRACTS Pendley M, Nau D, Freeman P, Hanna C, Divine H. Impact of a community pharamcist toolkit on high-risk medication use in the elderly. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, 2014;54:e76-e219. doi:10.1331/JAPhA.2014.14511 RESEARCH Impact of a Community Pharmacist Toolkit on High Risk Medication Use in the Elderly. Megan D. Pendley, PI. IRB 13-0883-X3B

CV Sample ADVANCED PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCES Non-Patient Care Elective- 6 weeks May-June 2012 Rood and Riddle Veterinary Pharmacy; Lexington, KY Preceptor: John Milam, RPh, [email protected] I made lots of different medicines for all kinds of interesting animals. I made up new recipes that worked for big and little animals I didnt make many sterile compounds because I didnt have enough experience Ambulatory Care- Family Practice Clinic- 6 weeks June-July 2012 Trover Clinic; Madisonville, KY Preceptor: Margo Ashby, PharmD, [email protected] Discussed current medications with patients and verified appropriate scheduling and administration as needed. Demonstrated proper use of diabetic supplies and inhalers to patients. Worked with medical residents and attending physicians to optimize patient therapy with regard to drug choice, dose, scheduling, and cost for individual patients.

CV Sample ADVANCED PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCES Non-Patient Care Elective- 6 weeks May-June 2012 Rood and Riddle Veterinary Pharmacy; Lexington, KY Preceptor: John Milam, RPh, [email protected] I made lots of different medicines for all kinds of interesting animals. I made up new recipes that worked for big and little animals I didnt make many sterile compounds because I didnt have enough experience Ambulatory Care- Family Practice Clinic- 6 weeks June-July 2012 Trover Clinic; Madisonville, KY Preceptor: Margo Ashby, PharmD, [email protected] Discussed current medications with patients and verified appropriate scheduling and administration as needed. Demonstrated proper use of diabetic supplies and inhalers to patients. Worked with medical residents and attending physicians to optimize patient therapy with regard to drug choice, dose, scheduling, and cost for individual patients.

CV Sample LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATIONS KY BOP Pharmacist License #016576 2013-present APhA Pharmacist and Patient-Centered Diabetes Care 2014 Certificate Training KPhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization educator 2013-present UK Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Program 2014 Certified public bartender 2012 Lexington Bartending School, Lexington, KY APhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Training 2011 KY BOP Pharmacy Intern (#I08916) 2009-2013 Basic Life Support, American Heart Association

2009-present HIPAA training and certification 2009-present Food Service License #AF492756 2007-2010 CV Sample LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATIONS KY BOP Pharmacist License #016576 2013-present APhA Pharmacist and Patient-Centered Diabetes Care 2014 Certificate Training KPhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization educator 2013-present UK Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Program 2014 Certified public bartender 2012

Lexington Bartending School, Lexington, KY APhA Pharmacy-Based Immunization Delivery Training 2011 KY BOP Pharmacy Intern (#I08916) 2009-2013 Basic Life Support, American Heart Association 2009-present HIPAA training and certification 2009-present Food Service License #AF492756 2007-2010 Rsum Example PROFESIONAL SUMARY I am a newly graduated pharmacist and I am excited about my future as a professional pharmacist! I enjoy working with patients and am interested in gaining more experience with chemo meds because I dont know a lot about them. If your looking for a

enthusiastic employee, dont look to far, because Im your girl! I learn quickly on the job and want to work with you all. Please give me a chance to impress you. Rsum Example PROFESIONAL SUMARY I am a newly graduated pharmacist and I am excited about my future as a professional pharmacist! I enjoy working with patients and am interested in gaining more experience with chemo meds because I dont know a lot about them. If your looking for a enthusiastic employee, dont look to far, because Im your girl! I learn quickly on the job and want to work with you all. Please give me a chance to impress you. Rsum Example PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY Patient-service oriented pharmacist with Doctor of

Pharmacy degree, 4 years of pharmacy experience, and 11 years of customer service experience. Strong background in immunizations, non-sterile compounding, and medication therapy management. Currently licensed in Kentucky but willing to become licensed in multiple states. Excellent track record of positive relationships with patients, pharmacy staff, other medical professionals, and pharmacy organizations. Rsum Example Professional Experience Community Pharmacist, Part Time 2013-2014 Professional Center Pharmacy; Richmond, KY Discuss therapeutic interchanges and most effective therapy for patients Provide medication counseling and demonstrations on device use Compound enteral prescriptions for patients with NG tubes Recommend and educate patients on over-the-counter medications Earned 50$ per hour

Community Pharmacist, Part Time 2013 CVS/Caremark Pharmacy; Lexington, KY area Verify prescription orders for accuracy, efficacy, and appropriateness Discuss therapeutic interchanges and most effective therapy for patients Provide medication counseling and demonstrations on device use Earned 52$ per hour Pharmacy Intern 2010-2013 CVS/Caremark Pharmacy; Lexington, KY Preceptor: Karen Boll, RPh, Pharmacist-in-Charge Rsum Example Professional Experience Community Pharmacist, Part Time 2013-2014 Professional Center Pharmacy; Richmond, KY Discuss therapeutic interchanges and most effective therapy for patients Provide medication counseling and demonstrations on device use Compound enteral prescriptions for patients with NG tubes Recommend and educate patients on over-the-counter medications

Earned 50$ per hour Community Pharmacist, Part Time 2013 CVS/Caremark Pharmacy; Lexington, KY area Verify prescription orders for accuracy, efficacy, and appropriateness Discuss therapeutic interchanges and most effective therapy for patients Provide medication counseling and demonstrations on device use Earned 52$ per hour Pharmacy Intern 2010-2013 CVS/Caremark Pharmacy; Lexington, KY Preceptor: Karen Boll, RPh, Pharmacist-in-Charge Questions? Megan D. Pendley [email protected] 24

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