"I'm a fraud!": Coaching Students through Imposter Phenomenon as a Strategy to Increase Diversity

Countering the narrative of imposter syndrome to build upon students' self-worth is relevant today more than ever. A recent study claims that approximately 30% of medical students and residents perceive themselves as imposters. It becomes critical for faculty to promote psychological well-being in the classroom, as it paves the way to support student development and experiences.

Facilitators: Riley Machal, MD, Jeana Benton, MD & Dana Raml, MD
Department of Psychiatry

Thursday, January 11, 2024 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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Grand Rounds & Seminars, Training & Human Resources


Faculty and Staff


Faculty Development, Academic Affairs, Faculty Affairs



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