Teaching (& Coaching) Past the Imposter Syndrome

Tuesday, July 27, 2021
12:00PM – 1:00PM
via Zoom

Facilitated by:

Jennifer Allie, Ph.D., Senior Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs and Development, TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine


Jennifer R. Hartmark-Hill, MD, Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Preventative Medicine; Program Director of Faculty Instructional Development Programs, University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix

Please e-mail MDFacultyDev@tcu.edu on how to register.

Research has found that 70% of individuals report some level of imposter syndrome. This discussion will provide participants with an overview of how imposter syndrome presents at the individual level, and how it may impact personal and professional growth for those in academic medicine. Participants will explore how organizational culture and other social stereotypes may trigger their own feelings of being an imposter. At the conclusion of this session, participants will be equipped with tools to help them identify and overcome their own imposter syndrome, as well as be prepared to mentor others.