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Imposter Syndrome of the Health Professional

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Imposter Syndrome of the Health Professional

From within the academic community to the halls of healthcare organizations and beyond, imposter syndrome drastically affects professionals' job efficiency and mental capacity. The concept of imposter syndrome, which leads to burnout, performance anxiety, and depression, is foreign to some while ever-present for others. More than half of all health professionals - despite being high achieving, highly successful specialists - struggle with feelings of fraud and inadequacy when it comes to their accomplishments and skillset. In this session, trace imposter syndrome from the scholastic level to our current health system and discover potential methods to address its root causes. Presenter: Erica Noel, M.S.

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