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The only protected information you'd be sharing is their identity, and you do have permission for that. It's not required that you have a written authorization, but that may be preferred. Also, I'd probably be sure to somehow include that this patient consented to the sharing information in the resume to ensure the prospective employer it's not a violation. I've never seen that before as usually patients are not given as references...but it is possible
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