1 PACE UNIVERSITY CAREER SERVICES WRITING A NURSING CURRICULUM VITAE What is a CV? Curriculum vitae, also known as a CV, literally means Course of Life. A CV is a more extensive summary of what one has done professionally than a resume. It is your chance to provide both a detailed and comprehensive description of your academic credentials and experience. It is viewed as a marketing tool and is used primarily by those who hold master s or doctoral degrees when they apply for teaching or research positions at colleges, universities and research institutions. A CV should be updated frequently based on the developments in a scholar s career. What should I include? Your CV is your paper introduction to potential employers. It should be clear, concise and easy to read so that you will be considered for an interview by a search committee. The following categories are often included: Contact info (Name, address, telephone and ) Business info Licenses Education (Degrees, awarding institutions and dates) Dissertation or thesis title(s), names of advisor and committee members Awards/grants Post-doctoral training/fellowships Academic appointments Hospital affiliated appointments (if applicable) Publications and conference presentations Teaching experience and interests Related experience (for example, administrative or editorial experience) Languages or other skills (including technology) Extracurricular activities/community service Service and membership in professional associations How should I organize my CV? Two common strategies that apply to CV's as well as resumes are gapping and parallelism. Gapping is the use of incomplete sentences in order to present your information as clearly and concisely as possibly. Parallelism is also very important to a strong CV. Generally, you will want to keep the structure of your phrases and/or sentences consistent throughout your document. Thus, if you use a particular verb tense in one portion of your CV to describe your duties, try to use the same throughout your CV. Additionally, be consistent in your use of punctuation, type face and indentation. Finally, liberal use of white space and judicious use of bold type can help make your CV easier to read. Use topical headings and consider that what comes first will receive the most emphasis. New job seekers usually open with their academic preparation, drawing attention to their degrees. Experienced job seekers, however, may begin with their current positions. How long should my CV be? Content determines the length of the CV. A current student or junior professor will likely have a CV two to four pages in length; however, senior faculty can create vitae that may be ten pages or more. Finally, meet with a career counselor to review your CV and show it to your professors to solicit their feedback. Additional Online Resources: Career Services NYC: 41 Park Row, 14th Floor Pleasantville: Gannett House
2 RESUME VS. CURRICULUM VITAE Resume Generally limited to one page Concise, brief listing of relevant experiences and skills Primarily used in the U.S. Used when applying to positions outside of academia Contains no personal information (birth date, marital status, nationality, etc.) Is used to create a professional identity Tailored to the position you are seeking Curriculum Vitae Longer than a resume, up to two or more pages Used in the U.S. when applying for academic, education, scientific or research positions Provides more detailed synopsis of your background and skills than a resume Includes a summary of your educational and academic backgrounds as well as teaching and research experience, publications, presentations, awards, honors, affiliations and other details Is used to create a scholarly identity Tailored to the position one is seeking When applying to positions in other countries, may include personal information DOs: Maintain plenty of white space (in the margins, between listings, etc.) Using large enough type font to make it easy to read Preserve order by labeling each page with your name and the page number Organize content by providing clear explanations and intuitive listings/sections Proofread information to catch errors If longer than one page, include name and page number on each page after the first DON Ts: Don t have any typos due to spelling or grammatical errors Don t rely on your computer program s spell check function; it won t detect when you ve substituted the wrong word (e.g. effect vs. affect) Don t ignore aesthetics: Don t skimp on space by cramming your content together, minimizing margins or lumping separate ideas into lengthy paragraphs; emphasize independent points with separations so that your CV will be easy to read Don t include private personal information such as age, ethnicity, political affiliation, religion, social security number, marital status, place of birth, height, sexual orientation, weight or health information Don t rely on a template Your CV should be designed to showcase your unique experiences. Your primary goal is to highlight the talents that make you stand out. Play to your individual strengths and don t worry if you use a different format than others. If you speak a challenging foreign language or two, list them. If you can boast a long athletic history as a Ping-Pong champion, include that. Spotlighting specialties in your background might increase your eligibility for specialized scholarships.
3 PHRASES TO ASSIST WITH DESCRIPTION OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS Accountable to Acted/Functioned as All of the above resulted in Assigned to Concerned directly with Complete authority and responsibility for. Concerned directly with Consistently Dual/Multiple Responsibilities included Due to/because of/as a result of Ensuring/Assuring Experienced in all facets/phases/aspect of Expertise in Extensive experience in Extensive academic background in Familiar with For the purpose of Honored as In charge of In the capacity of. Innovation resulted in Instrumental in Knowledge of Personally responsible for Proficient/competent in Projects involved Promoted from Proven track record of Provided liaison for/between Provided valuable/invaluable Recipient of Recommendations accepted by Regularly undertook Selected as/elected to Served/Operated Specialized in Specifically concerned with Successfully/succeeded in System/Program still in operation Temporarily assigned to To insure maximum/optimum Total accountability for
4 TEMPLATE OF INFORMATION LAYOUT CURRICULUM VITAE OF (INCLUDE YOUR NAME AND INITIALS OF DEGREES: TITLE: ADDRESS: CONTACT INFORMATION: DATE OF PREPARATION: LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION EDUCATION Institution, Location Degree, Functional Area/Clinical Area, Date Dissertation: Title and Description; Advisor s name FELLOWSHIPS/HONORS/AWARDS/GRANTS Honor, Dates CURRENT RESEARCH Title of Project, Dates COMPLETED RESEARCH Title of Project, Dates SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS Reverse chronological order in format appropriate for your field. Write your own name in bold to highlight it LECTURES/PRESENTATIONS AND CONFERENCE PAPERS Sponsoring Organization Title of Paper/Workshop/Panel, Dates CONSULTATIONS Consultation Activity, Dates SCHOOL OF NURSING COMMITTEES Committee Title/Involvement, Dates UNIVERSITY AFFILIATED COMMITTEES Committee Title/Involvement, Dates TEACHING EXPERIENCE Institution, Location Position and/or Function, Clinical Area, Dates PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Organization, Location Involvement or Title, Dates PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Organization Involvement or Title, Dates CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS ATTENDED Sponsoring Organization Title of Conference, Dates ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE COMMUNITY Organization, Location Title/Involvement, Dates
5 PACE UNIVERSITY LIENHARD SCHOOL OF NURSING CURRICULUM VITAE OF: TITLE: ADDRESS: TEMPLATE USED FOR PACE UNIVERSITY LIENHARD STAFF EDUCATION BACKGROUND Dates Institution Degree Functional Area Clinical Area LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Dates FT/PT Institution Position and/or Function Clinical Area PRESENT PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS Dates Organization Involvement Title ACTIVITIES WITHIN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Dates Organization Involvement ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE COMMUNITY Dates Organization Involvement PACE UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES Dates Committee Involvement LIENHARD SCHOOL OF NURSING COMMITTEES Dates Committee Involvement HONORS Dates Honor CURRENT RESEARCH Dates Title of Project COMPLETED RESEARCH Dates Title of Project PRESENTATIONS Dates Sponsoring Organization Title of Paper/Workshop/Panel CONSULTATIONS Dates Consultation Activity SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS CONTINUING EDUCATION ATTENDED Dates Sponsoring Organization Title of Conference
6 SAMPLE CV: DORRIS HERKOFF, DrPH, RN, CPNP Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Program, School of Nursing XYZ University, City, State Phone: (xxx) or extension 123 Fax: (xxx) Education RTS University (2001), certificate, pediatric nurse practitioner ABC University School of Public Health (1994) DrPH, major in health education ABC University School of Nursing (1968) MS, nursing education in nursing of children ABC University School of Nursing (1966) BSN Honors & Awards Alumna of the Year Award from ABC University School of Nursing Delta Omega, Honor Society for Public Health TAVZ Award for Excellence in Teaching Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Gamma Alpha Chapter President's Award. ABC University Licensure/certifications 06/03 to present. Furnishing License with New York State Board of Nursing. License #XXXXX 10/01 to present. Certification as Pediatric Nurse Practitioner by National Certification Board of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Nurses. 08/01 to present. Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, New York Board of Registered Nursing. License #XXXXX 06/66 to present. Registered Nurse, New York Board of Registered Nursing. License #XXXXXX 08/87 to present. Basic Life Support Provider: American Heart Association. 05/01 to 05/03. Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Provider. 01/93 to Certified Pediatric Nurse: The National Certification Board of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Nurses. Professional memberships 1989 to present. Sigma Theta Tau, Gamma Alpha Chapter 1995 to present. Society for Pediatric Nursing, Inland Empire Chapter 1993 to 2001.Transcultural Nursing Society Professional experience 01/04 to present. Lecturer and course faculty in 6 unit-junior-level course, Child Health Nursing. Lecturer and course faculty in 4 unit-juniorlevel course, Health Promotion Across the Lifespan. 01/05 to 12/06. Course coordinator for NRSG 553, Pediatric Primary Health Care III, Clinical graduate course for Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Students. Activities involved class presentations and evaluation. 09/04 to 01/05. Course coordinator for NRSG 552, Pediatric Primary Health Care II, Clinical graduate course for Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Students. Activities involved class presentations and evaluation. 03/04 to 07/04. Course coordinator for NRSG 551, Pediatric Primary Health Care I, Clinical graduate course for Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Students. Activities involved: clinical supervision, class presentations and evaluation. 03/02 to 02/06. Pediatric nurse practitioner, Social Action Community Health Services, Norton and Arrowhead sites. Under the supervision of: Kenneth Hart, MD; Marti Baum MD; and Anita Adorador, FNP.
7 CV of Dorris Herkoff page 2 01/01 to 04/01. Pediatric nurse practitioner clinical preceptorship; Child and Adolescent Clinic, Primary Care, General Pediatrics Under the preceptorship of Jonathan Mthombeni, MD, provided well-infant, child, and teen supervision and managed common acute and chronic conditions. 09/01 to 04/01. Pediatric nurse practitioner clinical preceptorship Kaiser Permanente-Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga Clinic, Primary Care, General Pediatrics. Under the preceptorship of Val Nelson, PNP, provided well-infant and child care. Managed common acute and chronic problems. 07/00 to 09/00. Pediatric nurse practitioner clinical preceptorship Beaver Clinic, Banning, Primary Care, General Pediatrics. Under the preceptorship of Glenda Castillo, PNP, provided well-infant and child care. Managed common acute and chronic problems. 07/00 to 04/01. Pediatric nurse practitioner clinical preceptorship Beaver Clinic, Redlands, Pediatric Urgent Care. Under the preceptorship of Glenda Castillo, PNP, managed common acute pediatric problems. 08/00 to 04/01. Pediatric nurse practitioner clinical preceptorship ABC University Children's Hospital. Under the preceptorship of pediatricians and nurse practitioners, rotated through cardiac, diabetic, general surgery, and hematology/oncology. Observed and discussed management of acute pediatric health problems. 04/00 to 06/00. Pediatric nurse practitioner clinical preceptorship Pomona Unified School District Health Clinic. Under the preceptorship of Jane Hubbard PNP, provided well-child care and teen health supervision. 5/99 to 12/03. ABC University School of Nursing Associate professor; Lead teacher for 6 unit junior-level course - Child Health Nursing; Lead teacher for 4 unit junior-level course - Health Promotion Across the Lifespan. Involves classroom teaching and clinical instruction. 07/87 to 05/99. ABC University School of Nursing Assistant professor; Lead teacher for 8 unit junior-level course - Pediatric Nursing. Involved classroom teaching and clinical instruction. 10/95 to 07/96. Social Action Community Health Services, ABC University; Director of nursing; Helped to set up and implement multidisciplinary health clinic for underserved populations of San Bernardino County. 06/88 to 10/95. ABC University Children's Hospital CN I and CN II (1990), Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. Worked per Diem as a staff nurse caring for hematology/oncology acute illnesses. 05/86 to 05/87. Nairobi Seventh-day Adventist Health Services, Kenya, East Africa. Staff nurse. Provided office nursing services to physician group - 1 OB-GYN, 1 General Practitioner, 1 Internist. 01/76 to 06/82. Tanzania Adventist Seminary and College, Tanzania, East Africa. Faculty, Maternal/Child Health Education. Taught maternal/child health to students and their wives - a three-quarter course covering marriage, reproduction, family planning, and child care. 06/72 to 02/73. Mwami Hospital School of Nursing, Chipata, Zambia Sister Tutor. Taught group of 30 student nurses all classroom subjects, preparing them for government exams thus licensing them as Enrolled Nurses. 10/67 to 06/70 ABC University School of Nursing Instructor. Team teacher for 6 unit Pediatric Nursing Course. Involved classroom teaching and clinical instruction. Research projects Co-principle investigator: (with J. Ramirez, EdD), SAC Norton Latino Patients Cultural Understanding of Health Care: An Ethnographic Study of Decision Making Processes Determining the Use of Medical and Para-medical Resources, April, December 2000, Funding source: Sigma Theta Tau, Gamma Alpha Chapter. Co-investigator (with Johnny Ramirez EdD & Jerry Lee PhD). Four Skills Cultural Engagement Inventory, July, June Co-principle investigator: (with C. J. Morgan, RN, PhD) Assessing Culture: Nurses' Beliefs and Self-reported Practices, September, June, 1998, Funding source: LLU School of Nursing Seed Money.
8 CV of Dorris Herkoff Page 3 Principle investigator: Assessing Culture: Pediatric Nurses' Beliefs and Self-reported Practices, December, June, 1994, Doctoral dissertation, Funding source: ABC School of Nursing Seed Money. Assisted research Comparing the Readability of Nursing Literature with the Reading Levels of Registered Nurses." Principle investigator, Miriam Lancaster, RN, BSN, CCRN. Stress and Coping of Hospitalized School-age Children, Phase I Principle Investigator - Elizabeth Bossert, DNS RN, January to August, Stress and Coping of Hospitalized School-age Children, Phase II Principle investigator - Elizabeth Bossert, DNS RN January, June, Self-reported Fears of Hospitalized School-age Children Principle investigator - Elizabeth Bossert, DNS RN January, 1992 to April, 1992 Publications--peer-reviewed: Herkoff, D., (1999). Assessing Culture: Pediatric Nurses' Beliefs and Self-reported Practices, Journal of Pediatric Nursing 14(4), Herkoff, E. & Hart, D. (1998). Chapter 20, Acute Illness: Effects on the Child's Family. Core Curriculum for the Nursing Care of Children and Their Families. Herkoff, D. & Schneider, D., (1997). Spiritual Care of Children with Cancer, Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 13(4), pp Herkoff, D., & Bossert, E. (1994). Self- reported fears of hospitalized school-age children. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 9:2, Service proposals & grant Principle author: "Case Management in Community-based Clinic" submitted to: Helene Fuld Health Trust, New York, NY, March, 1999 Funding requested: $100,000 Proposal request denied funding Principle author: "Bilingual/Bicultural Project in Inland Empire of Southern California" submitted to: Office of Minority Health, Washington D.C. by SAC Health System, June, 1995 Funding requested: $299, Proposal request - approved, not funded Principle author:"a Healthier Community: Health Promotion Services to an Underserved Population in the Inland Empire" Submitted to: The New York Wellness Foundation by ABC University, March, 1995 Funding requested: $435, Grant approved and funded with $405, School of Nursing representative and co-author: "Health Professions Schools in Service to the Nation" Interdisciplinary Service-Learning Program for ABC University submitted to: The Pew Health Professions Commission by ABC University, January, 1995 Funding requested: $100, Grant approved and funded Professional oral presentations Herkoff, D. Health Promotion Across the Lifespan, Zhejiang University, Huangzhou, China, November 14-18, Herkoff, D. Childhood/Adolescent Obesity, Guest Lecturer, Theoretical Foundations of Nursing of Children, UCLA School of Nursing, March 7, 2001.
9 CV of Dorris Herkoff Page 4 Herkoff, D. Wholistic Care for Children, Conference presentation at Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital on Wholistic Nursing Care, Global Partnership Project, March 12, 2001, Hangzhou, China. Herkoff, D. Helping Children with Psychosocial Needs, Conference presentation at Sir Run Run Shaw Hospital, Global Partnership Project, March 13, 2001, Hangzhou, China. Herkoff, D. Faces of Grief: Cultural Differences in the Grief Process, Grief Counselors Seminar, ABC University Medical Center, August 7, 2000 Herkoff, D. Clinical Teaching for Baccalaureate Nursing Education, Workshop at Nam Dinh Medical High School, Nam Dinh, Vietnam, August 25, 26, 27, Herkoff, D. Clinical Teaching for Baccalaureate Nursing Education, Workshop at Hanoi Medical College, Hanoi, Vietnam, August 18, 19, 20, Herkoff, D. Management of Pediatric Pain, Continuing education seminar (8 contact hours) at Mindanao Adventist Sanitarium and Hospital, Iligan City, Philippines, April 13, Herkoff, D. Care of the Child with Head Trauma and Increased Intracranial Pressure, Continuing education seminar (8 contact hours) at Mindanao Adventist Sanitarium and Hospital, Iligan City, Philippines, April 14, Herkoff, D., (April 15, 1996). Developmentally Appropriate Spiritual Care, ABCUSN Alumni Association Conference. Herkoff, D., Jackson, C., & Ramirez, J., (January 30, 1996). Team facilitators for A Cultural Diversity Workshop. Presented to ABC University School of Nursing student body, faculty, and staff. Herkoff, D. & Hart, K. (February 26 - March 1, 1996) Pediatric Acute Respiratory Illnesses, ADRA, Child Survival Project, Ocotal, Nicaragua. Herkoff, D. (1995). Beliefs about assessing culture: the influence of racial identity. Presentation at the 28th Annual Communicating Nursing Research Conference Innovation and Collaboration: Responses to Health Care Needs, sponsored by the Western Society for Research in Nursing at the Western Institute of Nursing, May 4-6, San Diego, CA. Herkoff, D. (1995). Assessing culture: pediatric nurses' beliefs and self-reported practices. Oral presentation at the Nursing Care of Children and their Families, Society of Pediatric Nursing conference, March 9-11, Washington, DC. Herkoff, D. (1995). Assessing culture: pediatric nurses' beliefs and self-reported practices. Poster presentation during Nurse Recognition Week at ABC University Medical Center and Children's Hospital, Marsh 20-25, New York, NY. Herkoff, D. & Schneider, D. (1995). Classroom assessment techniques. Poster presentation at Faculty Education Fair, ABC University, March 13. Herkoff, D. & Jones, P., (1995). Multicultural Issues in Nursing. Critical Care Core class, ABC University Medical Center, November 10, January 22, & March 19. Herkoff, D. (August 1-15, 1995). Nursing Decisions for Excellence in Child Care, Philippine Union College, School of Graduate Nursing,. Manilla Hospital and Sanitarium, Manila, Philippines. Herkoff, D. (1994). Cultural Awareness in Caring for Children with a Terminal Illness. ABC University Medical Center, Home Care Services and ABC Hospice, March 2, Herkoff, D. (1993). Assessing Cultural Medical Belief Systems. San Bernardino County Health Department, Maternal Child Health Division, October 28, Herkoff, D., Frye, B., & Jones, P. (1993). Multicultural Health Care, Presentation to Critical Care Nursing orientation, ABC University Medical Center. March 30, November 3, Condon, V. & Herkoff, D. (1992). Adult Learning Styles, Education for Educators Series, March 17. Herkoff, D. (1992). Pediatric Pain Control, Staff Development, ABC University Medical Center, July 10.
10 CV of Dorris Herkoff Page 5 Lay articles & presentations Herkoff, D. & Hart, K. (1999), "Child Abuse: When Does Discipline become Abusive", "Preventing HIV & AIDS", "Sex: Healthy, Happy, and Holy", Regional Children's Leaders Convention, Southern African Union Conference, Johannesburg, South Africa, August 28 & 29, Herkoff, D., "Preventing, Detecting, and Coping with Women's Dread Diseases"; Women and Children's Ministry Conference, South Philippine Union Conference, Mountain View College, Mindanao, Philippines, April 7, Herkoff, D., & Hart, K., "Understanding the Needs of Your Spouse"; "Understanding Teenagers"; "Protecting Children from Abuse"; "Health Across the Lifespan"; Women and Children's Ministry Conference, South Philippine Union Conference, Mountain View College, Mindanao, Philippines, April 8-10, Herkoff, D. & Dew, E. (May 3, 1997). Mission in our own back yard - ABC University School of Nursing's Community Involvement, Vista SDA Church. Herkoff, D., (1995). Spotlight on diversity: Research and diversity. Today, July 26, Herkoff, D., (1993). "Assessing culture: implications for newspaper reporters", given, October 25, at an informal brown-bag meeting of reporters from the San Bernardino SUN staff. Herkoff, D., (1992). Babies with HIV. How Does It Happen? Health education booklet prepared for African American urban population in Chicago, Illinois. Herkoff, D., (1992), "Experiences from working in Africa that influence my current perspective of teaching", Talk given at Kathryn Jensen Nelson Brunch, ABC University School of Nursing Alumni Association, March, 1992.
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