Imposter Syndrome ā€“ Asset or Assailant?

Imposter Syndrome ā€“ Asset or Assailant?

In my first year of university, I found myself asking when medicine would become who I was instead of what I did. I wanted to be the kind of doctor who was so connected to their work that it became a part of them.

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