Trends in Health Professions Education
About This Episode
Tyra Fainstad, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine.
In this episode we learn what defines impostor phenomenon, how to recognize it in our learners, and strategies you can share with your learners to help them manage it. Dr. Fainstad will be sharing her wisdom about the characteristics and impact of impostor phenomenon and offering powerful strategies that educators can use to help learners manage it.
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