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Question ERAS CV State License, Publications, and Oral Presentations!

starting to prepare my CV for 2013 match... i have found some very confusing questions...

1) the medical state license tab, what do you put in it? does it include your medical license in your country?

2) and in the publications tab, can you include your undergraduate publications? my undergraduate course was BS biology, i published a researched about microorganisms... would that be counted or only medical publishes are accepted?

3) and lastly in the Oral presentation tab, would a case study be acceptable?

thank you very much

and God bless
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First of all, I guess you are doing the off-line ERAS module, because the 2013 ERAS application is not yet available (unless you bought the old eras token):

1-this license part is not for you, just leave it.

2-you can add any publications related to medicine whatever date, if published in an internationally or US known journal/meeting..

3-oral presentations include those in well-known confernces/meeting, not med school or residency things.

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thank you very much applicantguide as always you have been of great help to us.
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one more question sorry about this applicant guide

in my country we are required to have a post graduate internship after we have graduated

could this be classified as a "work experience" and be put in the work experience tab? thank you very much
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one more question sorry about this applicant guide

in my country we are required to have a post graduate internship after we have graduated

could this be classified as a "work experience" and be put in the work experience tab? thank you very much

If your graduation date on the MSPE and diploma are before that date then yes you can consider this as postgraduate experience, you can call it internship not work experience. In the ERAS app you can there is a section for post grad residencies, so you can list it as one of them.
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thank you very much as always
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