Imposter Syndrome widespread among dermatology trainees

Imposter syndrome – the feeling of self-doubt despite academic and professional accomplishment – is widespread among early career dermatologists, a US study has found. In an anonymous survey that drew responses from 122 dermatology residents, 89% had imposter syndrome with moderate to intense impostor tendencies. The survey carried out by Dr Paul Regan of Penn ...

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