curriculum vitae

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curriculum vitae

A document that outlines a person's educational and professional history.
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curriculum vitae

CV, resume Medical practice A formal listing of a person's professional education, objectives, work history, including location and dates of service at a particular hospital, health care facility, university, the role filled at the time of service, academic appointments, professional accomplishments, honors, board eligibility/certification–if relevant, list of publications–eg abstracts, articles, chapters, books, personal, professional references–individuals who can attest to the candidate's competence and integrity; personal data may include marital status, extracurricular interests. See CV weighing.
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