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									                                     Sample Content for Resume  HEALTH SCIENCES

This handout is intended to assist you with writing action word statements on your resume relating to skills gained,
accomplishments, your scope of experience, or quantifiable results. They are presented by field as a way to help you
determine what you might write about on your resume. These are not intended to be copied, rather as a way for you to
begin thinking about skills you have gained during your career-related experience. Remember, the purpose of your
action word statements is to demonstrate to the employer that you have the skills they are seeking. These skills may
have been gained in a setting similar to the one in which you are applying or in a different setting as a transferable skill.

Athletic Training
 Administer treatment for Marquette University student athletes under the direction of a Certified Athletic Trainer
 Report athlete progress to supervisor on a weekly basis
 Collaborate with professionals to determine treatment plans
 Design core strength, rehabilitation and conditioning programs
 Perform fitness evaluations and orientations
 Ensure proper equipment maintenance
 Instruct and prepare patients for treatment
 Render service or treatment to patients under the supervision of the physician
 Develop athletic injury prevention and treatment programs
 Apply, manage, and instruct patients on the use and care of orthopedic appliances such as splints and braces and
    develop patient education materials

Biomedical Sciences
 Performed procedures and generated patient results in Hematology, Clinical Chemistry, Microbiology, and Urinalysis
 Computed and analyzed statistical data to evaluate accuracy and precision of laboratory instruments and
   procedures
 Presented research project and case study analysis to staff
 Communicated effectively with other health care professionals
 Identify general principles that explain data or human behavior
 Examine assumptions underlying analyses or conclusions
 Recognize interrelationships in information obtained from diverse sources
 Use facts to judge validity of theories
 Create innovative solutions to complex problems
 Critically evaluate theories and research and apply the results to solve problems
 Develop a new research question(s)
 Apply a variety of research methods to test the validity of data
 Design an experiment, plan or model that systematically defines a problem

Clinical Laboratory Science
 Obtained blood samples and performed bleeding times
 Performed procedures and generated patient results in Hematology, Clinical Chemistry, Microbiology, Serology,
     Coagulation, Immunohematology and Urinalysis
 Computed and analyzed statistical data to evaluate accuracy and precision of laboratory instruments and
     procedures
 Gained experience in Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and Flow Cytometry
 Presented research project and/or case study analysis to staff
 Communicated effectively with other health care professionals

Exercise Science

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                                        Sample Content for Resume  HEALTH SCIENCES
     Assisted in the collection of pre-, during, and post-exercise testing of undergraduate exercise physiology students
     Completed muscle staining and fiber type analysis for diabetes, arthritis, and muscular dystrophy research

Exercise Science, continued
 Performed movement analysis of elderly arthritis patients
 Performed muscle fiber type analysis of elderly arthritic patients
 Conducted submaximal exercise testing under M.D. supervision of elderly arthritic patients
 Prepared EKG, ventilation, and exercise equipment and patients for testing and training
 Cleaned, tested, and maintained ventilatory and EKG testing equipment
 Monitored low and moderate-risk patients, alongside M.D.'s during maximal exercise testing
 Analyzed EKG information post-exercise to determine heart function abnormalities

Nursing
 Collaborated as member of a health care team to plan and provide quality care for patients
 Worked in a critical care unit with respirators, IV’s, and a sterile environment
 Conducted head to toe assessments of patients
 Assessed and monitored patient status and provided personal care
 Administered medications as ordered by the physician
 Evaluated patient knowledge and provided education as needed
 Interacted with patients and their families to promote a supportive environment
 Established climate fostering privacy and individuality

Physical Therapy
 Completed 8-week clinical rotation administering physical therapy to adult clients with an emphasis on returning to
   a sport
 Mastered entry-level evaluation and treatment skills
 Collaborated with orthopedic surgeons and other healthcare professional to develop treatment plans
 Volunteered additional time to work with the Performance Running Program
 Delivered a successful in-service to rehabilitation professionals entitled, ACL Injuries: New Strategies for Intervention
 Developed skills in evaluating patients and creating treatment plans
 Carried out treatment including…

Physician Assistant Studies
 Interacted with patients and families to promote a supportive environment
 Educated patients and families on diagnoses and care plans
 Conducted histories and physicals; ordered labs, imaging, and medications
 Triaged and stabilized patients in emergency setting
 Managed less life threatening patient issues
 Collaborated with pre-hospital emergency medical service team
 Participated in grand rounds and relevant conferences

Speech Pathology and Audiology
 Facilitated phonology group for children ages 3-5 including development of curriculum, preparation of parent letter,
   and targeted phonological patterns in a play environment
 Worked toward establishing fluency in children ages 6-9
 Performed diagnostic evaluation and screening
 Performed bedside swallow studies
 Followed child with head injury from initial evaluation through acute stage intervention

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                                      Sample Content for Resume  HEALTH SCIENCES
     Evaluated and provided interventions with acute patients, ages 3-18
     Evaluated and provided interventions with children, ages 3-12
     Collaborated with teaching staff in 5th grade social studies, targeting written language
     Programmed a variety of AAC devices including…




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