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Hi! There were 4 students per group, they asked maybe 6-7 questions and we all got a chance to go first and last, there was a small group activity and the whole thing took around an hour. It was relaxed and everyone was really nice!
Pandemic has created a lot of shuffle at work, I have an unique opportunity to apply for a leadership position. I have about 4 years of experience in Family Medicine, this is my first and only job since graduation. I find myself struggling with how to update my CV and also tailor it in anticipation for this leadership role. This would be my first official leadership role, I have been part of smaller communities/projects.
Since I'm updating my CV in anticipation to applying for the leadership role, focusing on the typical clinical skill set doesn't seem adequate?
PAs who have had leadership roles--lead PA, clinic/service chief, application reviewers, PAs who have been there/done that--what do you feel is key to have on the CV? What words of wisdom do you have?
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