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 … Continue reading It’s more than luck: Learning from Imposter Syndrome

What is Health Care Quality?

 by Christopher Belknap Editor's Note: A reminder that the views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily of the Family Medicine Division or Residency Program. One of the reasons I loved our family medicine residency program on the day I interviewed here was the very obvious focus on quality and evidence in patient … Continue reading What is Health Care Quality?