Canadian Medical Association

Imposter syndrome has been associated with burnout among residents. To address the issue of imposter syndrome, Baumann et al. assessed the impacts of small-group facilitator-guided interactive discussion sessions among residents. The 30- to 45-minute sessions were seen as an effective method to promote resiliency and wellness among residents. The appendices of the article contain helpful resources for those interested in emulating the small-group discussion sessions on imposter syndrome, including a facilitator guide, handout and survey.

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