4 responses to “Effectively managing imposter syndrome in medicine”

  1. Imposterism is insidious and subtle.

  2. I really enjoyed this article and related to much of the content. There were described forms of imposterism I had not previously thought about.

  3. Thank you for writing this. I wished I learned about this in Univerisity and Medical School.

  4. If we normalize ‘imposter syndrome’ in medicine, could it lead struggling physicians to conflate it with actual, job-related mental distress, thereby ignoring signs that they may feel happier or more fulfilled in another position or even career?

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