Firstly, it is imperative to prepare a good CV. It is best if your CV is clear, concise and easily legible with all information on one side of A4 paper. At the top, include basic details (name,
Medical Council number, indemnity details, telephone number, and email), and below, share succinct information under clearly laid out headings of clinical career history, education and qualifications, clinical skills qualifications, and any relevant management/leadership experience. Referees, usually three, should be listed, having first obtained their permission.
Whilst it is tempting to list other achievements and information (such as interests, hobbies, etc) this information is superfluous.