Clinical experience is an essential component of the program and is fulfilled through partnerships with private-practice and university-based clinical facilities.
By the time students graduate, they have obtained real-world clinical experiences at these institutions in a broad range of general, regional and monitored anesthesia care to adults and children.
This evaluation process is more subjective in nature.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at the content evaluation process nursing resumes typically go through.
Dieruf, I am very interested in the physical therapy program at the University of New Mexico.
I volunteered over 220 hours at the Veterans Administration Hospital (2001- 2002), which gave me the opportunity to experience and enjoy several different aspects of the physical therapy field.First, they evaluate resumes based on the degree to which the content of the resume matches the content the employer seeks for the job. Either the resume includes variables the employer seeks or it does not.Second, they evaluate a resume based on how well it conveys that the candidate can actually excel at the job and be a positive contributor.I am completing a very comprehensive Undergraduate Program in Exercise Science at the University of New Mexico.As you can see by my resume, this program has prepared me well for the graduate education challenges I now wish to pursue.Thank you very much for your consideration of my application.Very truly yours, Lynette Ewer ############# Albuquerque, NM 87113 December 4, 2002 Kathy Dieruf Admissions Chairperson UNM School of Medicine HSSB Room 204 Dear Ms.I also gained experience in patient rehabilitation in the areas of knee and hip replacement surgery.My bachelors Degree in Exercise Science has provided me with the knowledge of exercise testing, EKG interpretation, fitness assessment and prescription, anatomy, and kinesiology.In this article, we draw on over 40 years of combined experience in healthcare recruiting to provide everything you’ll need to create exceptional nursing resumes for 2019.Please note that we created this guide for experienced nurses.