It’s more than luck: Learning from Imposter Syndrome

By: Anna Holman, MD When people ask me what I do for work and hear that I’m a family medicine resident, they often follow-up with “So, are you a doctor?” My answer is usually “Technically, yes…” I still feel a little odd introducing myself as a doctor. I can’t quite own it, despite years of working … More It’s more than luck: Learning from Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome: An Aerospace Engineer Pretending to be a Doctor

    By Joel Wecker, MD In a field filled with history, data, and very smart people, it can be difficult to do anything with confidence. And yet, this is one of the most desirable traits a doctor can have, that and a light-hand when it comes to handing out narcotics. However, I have never … More Imposter Syndrome: An Aerospace Engineer Pretending to be a Doctor